Miami pro-life clinic vandalized: ‘If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you’

The clinic received threatening phone calls following the SCOTUS leak back in May

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A pro-life pregnancy clinic in Miami was vandalized on Sunday, almost two weeks after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Surveillance footage caught two women walking to the back of clinic, where they spray-painted the walls with their intended message. 

One of the vandals wrote: ‘If abortions aren’t safe, the [sic] neither are you." 

Martha Avila, the president of Pregnancy Help Clinic in Miami-Dade County's Hialeah neighborhood, shared the vandalism footage with WSVN, in which one of the suspects shined a laser over the camera. 

"I don’t think the people that participated in this were confused at all," Avila told WSVN. "They targeted a place that gives counseling to women that their DNA is pro-life, and they try to counsel women to help bring babies to term."

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A Miami clinic was vandalized days before a state judge blocked Florida's 15-week abortion ban

A Miami clinic was vandalized days before a state judge blocked Florida's 15-week abortion ban (Mayor Esteban Bovo, Hialeah, Florida)

HIaleah Mayor Steve Bovo told FOX News Digital that those who are "radical in nature" disregard the systems of democracy. As a result, they resort to vandalism.

A Miami clinic was vandalized days before a state judge blocked Florida's 15-week aborition ban

A Miami clinic was vandalized days before a state judge blocked Florida's 15-week aborition ban (Mayor Esteban Bovo, Hialeah, Florida)

"There are traditional ways to petition your government. Instead, people are usurping those ways of the law by destroying property out of anger," said Mayor Bovo.

He took to Instagram, as well, following the vandalism.

"The @hialeahpd is investigating what I consider a hate crime carried out by a radical individual or group of individuals." said Bovo in his caption. 

A pro-life clinic in Miami was vandalized days before the state blocked Florida's 15 week abortion ban

A pro-life clinic in Miami was vandalized days before the state blocked Florida's 15 week abortion ban (Mayor Esteban Bovo, Hialeah, Florida)

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The vandalism comes days before a Florida judge blocked a state law that banned abortions after 15 weeks.