Army Base Axes Use Of Briefing Materials Labeling Pro-Life Organizations As ‘Terrorist Groups’

Army Base Axes Use Of Briefing Materials Labeling Pro-Life Organizations As ‘Terrorist Groups’


Anti-terrorism training materials used by a U.S. Army base that designated pro-life organizations as “terrorist groups” will no longer be used in future briefings, an installation official claimed in a statement to The Federalist.

On Wednesday, self-described analyst Sam Shoemate shared an image on X of an anti-terrorism slideshow training provided to service members at Fort Liberty (formerly known as Fort Bragg) in North Carolina. The photo shows a slide — decorated with Fort Liberty’s Directorate of Emergency Services symbol — classifying pro-life organizations such as National Right to Life and Operation Rescue as “terrorist groups.”

The slide listed features of these so-called “anti-abortion” groups, such as their opposition to Roe v. Wade and what types of activities they partake in. Among the noted

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