Radical Abortion Activist Won’t Go to Prison for Attacking Pregnancy Center


While a dozen pro-life advocates face over 10 years in prison for protesting abortion at an abortion center, a radical abortion activist won’t face any prison time for attacking a pregnancy center.

That’s even though both abortion businesses and pro-life pregnancy centers are covered by the same FACE Act.

On April 15, Whitney M. Durant, 20, of the Columbus suburb of Worthington, scrawled “abort God” on the HerChoice pro-life women’s center of Bowling Green in northwestern Ohio. She also wrote “Jane’s Revenge,” “fake clinic,” “liars,” and “fund abortion” messages on the pregnancy center during her attack.

Durant — a transgender-identified socialist activist who goes by the name “Soren Monroe” — was caught on surveillance footage wearing a surgical mask and a hat vandalizing the facility at 3:26 a.m.

She later posted a social media video praising the attack, which no one knew she had perpetrated. After public outrage that the Biden administration had not fulfilled its legal obligation to protect all Americans, the DOJ prosecuted Durant under the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act.

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But the Biden administration’s Justice Department announced on April 12, that Magistrate Judge Darrell A. Clay sentenced Durant/“Monroe” to two years’ probation and a $2,000 fine. But the radical activist, who faced a year in jail, reportedly had a history of violet outbursts toward pro-life advocates. Falcons for Life President Morgan Reece revealed that Durant/Monroe barged into a pro-life display at Bowling Green State University and repeatedly beat her fists on the table while screaming that pro-life students were “racists” and “fascists.”

U.S. Attorney Rebecca C. Lutzko for the Northern District of Ohio said the sentence proves the “United States Attorney’s Office is committed to neutrally enforcing federal laws that protect uninterrupted access to all clinics providing reproductive health services, whether those clinics provide women with options that include abortion care or whether they solely encourage women to consider non-abortion alternatives.”

But the Biden administration’s record on FACE Act prosecutions calls that into question.

Here’s more on the Durant situation:

“Durant was a Bowling Green State University student” at the time, according to the department. A Students for Life of America blog post this week referred to Durant as a former student.

Morgan Reece, president of Bowling Green’s pro-life club Falcons for Life, said she is happy Durant was held accountable, but she wishes the punishment was more than a “slap on the wrist.”

“The assistant U.S. prosecuting attorney told me and the Bowling Green Pregnancy Center’s executive director that Durant will not be getting jail time since this is only her first offense,” Reece wrote on the Students for Life blog.

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