Actress Patricia Heaton said that individuals like Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts are the reason that a pregnancy clinic must enlist armed security.
"Our medical pregnancy clinic serves client families for five years, providing superior services for anyone who asks. We raised $250K for a mobile medical clinic for underserved areas, treating everyone. Because of people like @SenWarren we now have to hire armed security," Heaton tweeted.
She made the comment in response to a tweet on Warren's official Senate account that declared, "With Roe gone, it’s more important than ever to crack down on so-called 'crisis pregnancy centers' that mislead and deceive patients seeking abortion care. My bill with @SenatorMenendez would stop these harmful practices."
Last week the Supreme Court issued a ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade — while the decision marked a critical victory for the pro-life movement, pro-choice proponents have been bemoaning the ruling.
Warren and other Democrats who have been advocating for adding more seats to the high court have continued calling for the radical policy, which critics typically refer to as court packing.
"I believe we need to get some confidence back in our court, and that means we need more justices on the United States Supreme Court," Warren recently told Martha Raddatz of ABC News.
"No one has ever died from visiting a pregnancy clinic," Heaton tweeted.
"What would you tell a women with pulmonary hypertension at your 'clinics'?" someone on Twitter asked the actress.
"Hi Julie, as with all our clients, we prioritize their health and they would get the appropriate treatment. No need to try and denigrate our clinic by putting the word in quotes," Heaton responded.
Heaton has also noted, "we continually come under attack from the state. We have also been vandalized."