Posobiec obtains audio of death threats made against Wisconsin pro-life organization

"I hope you all burn with it, that’s what you deserve,” one caller told the group.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

Following the Sunday morning attack on Wisconsin Family Action, abortion activists took the time to call the damaged headquarters to further gloat about the arson and wished physical harm against employees..

Jack Posobiec played the audio on the May 12th edition of the Human Events Daily podcast.

Caller 1: "Hi, I'm calling because I read about the fire in your building. And I'm calling because I'm curious if it was arson, or rather the good Lord showing you an example of hell and where you belong for being such a misogynistic [BLEEP]. Thanks for basically going out there daily, and making sure that women can't have control over their own bodies. And I'm so thankful that the good Lord finally took action on people like you."

Caller 2: "you're gonna burn as well. You're all gonna burn. You [BLEEP] think you’re following the will of [BLEEP] Jesus? You’re following the [BLEEP] devil, actually. You’re just evil, little [BLEEP] people, trying to control other people’s lives. [BLEEP] next time that [BLEEP] molotov? I hope it [BLEEP] doesn’t [BLEEP] miss. I hope you all burn with it, that’s what you deserve."

Here’s Posobiec’s reaction to the audio: "Wisconsin family action, the leading point of the pro life movement. And this is one of those things by the way, where when we're talking about this organization that's been hit by an act of domestic terrorism, violent domestic terrorism, the firebombing, Molotov cocktail attack, that burned their center down, and now death threats coming in being made to them."

It was on Tuesday morning that a far-left pro-abortion group called "Jane’s Revenge" took credit for the firebombing of the pro-life organization’s building. The radical political activists put out a warning and demanded that "all anti-choice establishments, fake clinics, and violent anti-choice groups" disband within the next thirty days.

In what was already suspected by police to be arson, in that communique from "Jane’s Revenge" they essentially declare the promise of war if their demands are not met.

Earlier this week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated that the Biden administration "encourages" peaceful protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices.


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