Bullet fired through the window of Virginia attorney general’s office

A single round was fired into the office of Virginia’s Republican attorney general, Jason Miyares, on Monday night.

The details of the incident are unclear at this time, but it comes as there has been an uptick in violence and intimidation from pro-abortion extremists encouraged by the Biden administration.

Bullet fired through Republican AG’s window

The Virginia Capitol Police in Richmond were called to the Barbara Johns Building after 7 o’clock in the evening.

The building has 13 floors: the attorney general’s is on the sixth.

Housekeepers found the bullet in a sixth-floor office. The window had a small hole in the top of it.

Miyares’ office said there is no indication that the attorney general or anyone working for him was targeted, but police will step up security for the time being.

An investigation is ongoing.

Uptick in far-left violence

The event is sure to prompt speculation of retaliation from the left, which has turned to violence and intimidation in response to a leaked Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. Miyares has vowed to hold accountable anyone who attempts to interfere with Virginians’ free exercise of religion.

“If protest activities directed at houses of worship cross the line to illegal obstruction, intimidation, or interference, I will not hesitate to bring suit to protect the religious freedom of the citizens of this Commonwealth,” he said.

A Los Angeles church was disrupted during Mass on Sunday by radical activists dressed in Handmaid’s Tale costumes. Pro-abortion extremists have vandalized churches around the country.

Miyares condemned the vandals who defaced a pro-life clinic in Manassas, Virginia with graffiti declaring, “abortion is a right.” In Wisconsin, pro-abortion terrorists firebombed a pro-life clinic on Sunday.

The wave of terror has received a green light from President Biden, who said Tuesday he supports so-called “peaceful protesters” who have been gathering outside the homes of Supreme Court justices in an attempt to intimidate the Court into reversing its opinion.

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