For weeks, Democrats have been stoking violence and unrest in reaction to the potential end of the Roe v. Wade era.
In a sign of what could be coming next, a group of pro-abortion “insurrectionists” stormed Wisconsin’s Capitol building to demand that lawmakers repeal an inactive abortion ban.
Pro-abortion protesters storm Wisconsin Capitol
Planned Parenthood has stopped scheduling abortions in Wisconsin past Saturday, June 25, in anticipation that abortion will become illegal in the state soon.
Republicans refused Wednesday to repeal an 1849 abortion law that bans abortion except to save a mother’s life. The law could go into effect again if and when Roe is repealed, which would give authority back to the states to regulate abortion.
Democrat governor Tony Evers had called a special session to repeal the law, but Republicans adjourned as soon as the session began. Leftist activists filled the Capitol rotunda to vent their outrage, carrying signs with messages like “Abortion is Healthcare.” War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery.
Planned Parenthood/abortion access supporters are gathered in the state Capitol protesting Wisconsin’s 173-year-old criminal abortion ban pic.twitter.com/eMSClTYdPw
— Jessie Opoien (@jessieopie) June 22, 2022
Republicans have accused Evers of pulling a midterms campaign stunt. Wisconsin’s Democratic attorney general has already said he won’t enforce the ban if it comes back, the AP reported.
Dems stoke unrest
Pro-abortion arsonists and vandals angered by a leaked Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe have been terrorizing churches and pro-life centers all over the country, with a wink and a nod from America’s “Catholic” president.
Joe Biden and his Democratic allies have also encouraged thuggish “protests” outside the homes of conservative justices, and they have turned a blind eye to an attempted insurrection by a man who tried to kill Brett Kavanaugh.
At the same time, Democrats are planning to drag out their televised January 6th hearings all summer long.
There haven’t been any arrests yet in a firebombing targeting a pro-life center in Madison, Wisconsin, last month. The terrorist group Jane’s Revenge took credit for the attack.
A Republican seeking to unseat Evers, Tim Michels, has called on Evers to summon the National Guard to prepare for an eruption of post-Roe unrest.