INSANE VIDEO: 'Pro-Life Spiderman' Scales Massive Skyscraper to Raise Money For Crisis Pregnancies
Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them scale massive skyscrapers to raise money for unborn babies.
Maison DesChamps, AKA "Pro-Life Spiderman," climbed the 40-story Chase Tower in Phoenix yesterday. Confused Super Bowl attendees gathered to watch as he miraculously made it to the top.
\u201cUpdate on skyscraper-climbing man in Phoenix: He made it to the top. #SuperBowl\u201d— Jim Wyatt (@Jim Wyatt) 1675792494
\u201cPolice arrested an anti-abortion activist after he successfully scaled the 483-foot tall Chase Tower in Phoenix on Tuesday. Also known as \u201cPro-life Spiderman,\u201d Maison DesChamps has also scaled the New York Times Building in Manhattan and the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.\u201d— Newsweek (@Newsweek) 1675804711
When he got to the top, he was promptly taken into custody. Afterward, city officials denounced the stunt, saying, "This is not the place or the time to do this. This is extremely dangerous."
And it may be dangerous for a mere mortal. But for DesChamps, climbs like this one are no problem. He regularly scales skyscrapers for the nonprofit organization "Let Them Live," which supports women considering abortion because of financial issues.
Let Them Live President and CEO Emily Berning said this is the seventh time DesChamps has climbed for the organization. Last May, he climbed the 1,070-foot Salesforce building in San Francisco, the second-tallest skyscraper in California. Just a few days later, he scaled the 52-story, 721-foot New York Times building and hung pro-life banners. One of the banners read, "ABORTION KILLS MORE THAN 911 EVERY WEEK!” Another showed an image of a baby and called out a specific abortionist.
DesChamps live-streams his climbs on his Instagram, prolife.spiderman. In an interview with Tucker Carlson last year, DesChamps said he is not afraid when he climbs because Christians aren't called to live in fear, they're called to live in faith. He also said the police tend to wait for him at the top and are usually "slightly impressed."
Police actually claimed he was "mentally ill" for climbing skyscrapers, but DesChamps said he's doing it to raise money for women in crisis and is done trying to explain to people that he's "not crazy."
It's a unique tactic for sure, but it definitely grabs people's attention. Hopefully even more so than the brave and beautiful screeching pro-abortion banshees. Hopefully.