Over the weekend, a “Baby Lives Matter” mural was painted on the street in front of a Planned Parenthood facility in Washington, DC.

The mural appeared outside the Carol Whitehill Moses Planned Parenthood Center near Union Market in Washington.

Conservative activist Benny Johnson broke the news on his Twitter account, saying, “The ‘Baby Lives Matter’ movement is responsible for the mural. They are painting such murals around the country.”

The founder of the Baby Lives Matter movement, Tayler Hansen, tweeted and explained why he came up with the idea of painting a pro-life mural. “10 unarmed Black Americans were killed by police in 2019 They have murals all around the country Almost 400,000 innocent babies were murdered by Planned Parenthood in 2019 It’s about damn time they get a mural too,” he tweeted.

The Washington DC was not the first mural Hansen painted in support of the Baby Lives Matter movement. Earlier this month, the pro-life activist put up the same message outside a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Salt Lake City. He explained, “In 2019, abortion was the leading cause of death worldwide. Almost 43 million children were denied the most basic right of all—life. Which is why I felt inclined to demonstrate a true peaceful protest dedicated to those abandoned without a voice.”

Last year, Douglass Leadership Institute chairman and Human Coalition Outreach director Dean Nelson told The Western Journal that Planned Parenthood has had a devastating impact on the Black community and other racial minorities, saying that Planned Parenthood “has a long and well-documented history of targeting minority populations.”

On Monday, Nelson released a new statement to The Western Journal regarding the Baby Lives Matter movement mural and said, “I am inspired by the pro life message I saw in front of Planned Parenthood in DC. That message along with the recent statement from Planned Parenthood of Greater New York about Margaret Sanger’s racism has provoked black leaders and students to connect the dots this weekend by painting Black PreBorn Lives Matter at the same location.”

Aside from the recent murals, the movement’s founder, Hansen, also launched a GoFundMe campaign to fund the painting of more murals across the country. As of Monday, Hansen had raised more than $7,400.

Earlier this month, Benny Johnson noted that it was the leftists who opened up this idea, saying, “Once leftists opened up public roads for political speech it was only a matter of time before a conservative response. Expect more of this.”