‘Pro-life Spiderman’ weaves his web climbing skyscrapers to protest abortion

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Maison de Champs, 22, appears to be a moderately moral financial student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. However, on his days off, when he’s not in class, he calls himself a “pro-life Spider-Man” to protest abortion.

In May, days after a draft Supreme Court opinion on Roe v. Wade was leaked, he climbed 1,070 feet. Salesforce Tower in San Francisco. des champs It has also been scaled The New York Times Building and the Renaissance Center Tower in Detroit.

Finance student Maison de Champs climbs the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
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These are all acts of protest against abortion, de Champ told Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday.

“We’re in a culture battle now,” he said. “I started this project because I wanted to inspire young people to speak out against abortion regardless of the reactions and criticisms that come with being pro-life.”

De Champ told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that he wanted to raise money for him let them live, An organization that helps mothers who are “interested in abortion” financially and emotionally, according to its website.

“We’re seeing states like California that pay for abortions,” he said. “There’s never been a better time than now for us pro-life to put our money where our mouths are and support LetThemLive.org and women in crisis.”

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De Champs said he wanted to help the pro-life movement and began climbing skyscrapers because all he had were “gifts from God”.

UNLV’s senior student said he practices rock climbing in Yosemite National Park and Red Rock Canyon, adding the skills needed to climb skyscrapers “is a very easy and surprising transport.”

View of Yosemite National Park as seen from the Glacier Point Trail in California.

View of Yosemite National Park as seen from the Glacier Point Trail in California.
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Host Tucker Carlson questioned the legality of the skyscraper climb, and de Champ responded that he would usually be arrested once it was over.

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He said, “This is just to take a lesson from me, so there’s no imitator. It’s not that bad.”

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