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Abortion Activists Climb NY Time Bldg to Hang Protest Banners – Video shows

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A pro-life activist known as the “Pro-Life Spider-Man” scaled the whole 52-story New York Times skyscraper and hung two anti-abortion banners.

According to videos posted on his social media, Maison DesChamps began climbing the landmark skyscraper at around 5 a.m. on Thursday to bring attention to the pro-life cause.

The 22-year-old said he did it to “expose” a doctor who he believes performs late-term abortions and to “raise money for pro-life charities,” according to The Sun.

Abortion Activists Climb NY Time Bldg to Hang Protest Banners - Video shows
Abortion Activists Climb NY Time Bldg to Hang Protest Banners – Video shows

“I have wanted to do this for years and as soon as I found out that the police were not investigating {the doctor], I decided that it was time to act,” he said.

“I chose the New York Times building because they refuse to report on [the doctor] in fear the truth will hurt their agenda.”

DesChamps placed two banners on the sixth and seventh levels of the building.

The other featured a fetus image and referred to the doctor, whom DesChamps accused of “killing this baby.”

DesChamps posted the climb on Instagram, claiming that no one had observed his act at that hour.

“Oh yeah, the city that never sleeps,” DesChamps said in a clip posted to Instagram. “Well, sleep on this.”

The placing of the signs was confirmed by police, but no arrests have been made.

DesChamps’ stunt came just two days after he scaled San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower, the state’s tallest structure.

He claims on his website that he switched to tower climbing in order to stop abortion.

“My name is Maison Des Champs. I am a rock climber that has recently started climbing Skyscrapers to end abortion,” he said.

Image Credit: Getty

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