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Pro-life org, congressman’s campaign office vandalized in Jane’s Revenge-linked attack

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FIRST ON FOX: An office building shared by a professional life organization and a Michigan Republican campaign office Abortion-right radical group Jane’s revengeFoxNewsDigital learned.

FoxNews Digital has received an exclusive photo from Congressman Tim Wolberg’s Campaign, R-Mich. Shows the damage done to an office building shared with the professional life organization Jackson Light to Life.

“I’m never ashamed of my record as a strong conservative and defender of life,” Wolberg said in a press release exclusively obtained by Fox News Digital. “This strong record puts me on the crosshairs from the radical left-wing people, but I never stop, compromise my beliefs, or know Jackson’s right-to-life people. There is none.

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Republican Rep. Tim Walberg’s election office appeared to have been destroyed alongside Jackson’s right to life by Jane’s revenge.
(Bill Clark / CQ Roll Call via Getty Images)

“Proudly, I have been consistently evaluated by the American Coalition as Michigan’s most conservative member of the House. Despite this threat, I continue to fight for our principles, violence and death. I strongly oppose the culture of the United States, “he continued.

“It’s shameful that both President Biden and Chairman Pelosi refused to blame these threatening tactics from radical abortion activists,” Walberg added. “This wave of national violence against professional life organizations and individuals must be stopped.”

A sign of Jackson's right to life that appears to have been destroyed by Jane's revenge.

A sign of Jackson’s right to life that appears to have been destroyed by Jane’s revenge.
(Photo courtesy of Wolberg campaign)

Jackson’s right-to-life spokesman, Kathy Potts, calls Fox News Digital that violence from “domestic terrorist groups” will “never” block their work and the work of other professional-life Americans. I told you to do it.

“As we said, it feels very sad for groups like Jane’s revenge to resort to domestic terrorism and hate crimes,” Potts said. “And that’s these.”

“They basically disagree with our beliefs, so you know, this is how they react,” she continued. “And they just can’t tolerate it.”

Mr Potts said the group had not been warned prior to the vandalism and that many consider it a response to the Supreme Court’s abortion decision, which was leaked.

She also said they “do not hate” vandalism and “pray for them,” but called on federal law enforcement agencies to take action against vandalism.

“But when they are held liable, we will certainly prosecute to the fullest extent of the law,” Potts added.

The photo shows the glass from a broken first-floor window inside a parliamentary office and the outside of a broken window with glass scattered on the ground.

Glass from a broken window in the shared office of Jackson's right to life and Congressman Tim Wolberg's campaign, which appeared to have been destroyed by Jane's revenge.

Glass from a broken window in the shared office of Jackson’s right to life and Congressman Tim Wolberg’s campaign, which appeared to have been destroyed by Jane’s revenge.
(Photo courtesy of Wolberg campaign)

Jackson's Right to Life and Tim Wolberg's Campaign Shared Office Broken glass from shattered windows.

Jackson’s Right to Life and Tim Wolberg’s Campaign Shared Office Broken glass from shattered windows.
(Photo courtesy of Wolberg campaign)

The view outside the broken window of the shared office of Jackson's right to life and Congressman Tim Wolberg's campaign.

The view outside the broken window of the shared office of Jackson’s right to life and Congressman Tim Wolberg’s campaign.
(Photo courtesy of Wolberg campaign)

In addition, Jackson’s right-to-life sign was spray-painted with “Jane’s Revenge,” and the front door glass with both the name of the pro-life organization and the MP campaign sticker was struck, shattering the glass. rice field.

The destroyer’s attack on both Walberg’s campaign and Jackson’s right to life is the latest example of political violence against pro-life groups and causes.

The broken glass shows Jackson's right to life and the front door to the shared office of Congressman Tim Wolberg's campaign, which appeared to have been destroyed by Jane's revenge.

The broken glass shows Jackson’s right to life and the front door to the shared office of Congressman Tim Wolberg’s campaign, which appeared to have been destroyed by Jane’s revenge.
(Photo courtesy of Wolberg campaign)

Potts also revealed that Jane’s revenge was initially targeting the wrong address and destroyed a random person’s home before actually arriving in the office space.

An intruder believed to be involved in the revenge of the militant group Jane seemed to initially target the wrong address when trying to destroy Jackson's right-to-life office building.

An intruder believed to be involved in the revenge of the militant group Jane seemed to initially target the wrong address when trying to destroy Jackson’s right-to-life office building.
(Photo courtesy of Kathy Potts)

Abortion-rights group Jane's revenge initially seemed to target the wrong address when trying to destroy Jackson's right-to-life office building.

Abortion-rights group Jane’s revenge initially seemed to target the wrong address when trying to destroy Jackson’s right-to-life office building.
(Photo courtesy of Kathy Potts)

Jane’s revenge arose from the radical side of the pro-choice crowd, upset by the Supreme Court’s draft ruling to eradicate the Roe v. Wade case.

Jane’s revenge was already associated with the vandalism and destruction of buildings by several professional life groups across the country.

Last week, the group claimed responsibility for destroying Minnesota’s life-threatening civilians, tagging the outside of the building in the same way as graffiti and breaking windows.

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Jane’s Revenge wrote in a social media post that the attack was “with a small gesture of rebellion and joy” and “should have done more.”

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