Members of Jane's Revenge who violently support the "right" to murder unborn children say they "have run thin on patience and mercy" for pro-lifers following the revelation that the Supreme Court may be planning to overturn Roe v. Wade.
In order to prevent more unborn children from escaping their mothers' wombs alive as a result of the potential new ruling, Jane's Revenge says it is planning to "adopt increasingly extreme tactics to maintain freedom over our own bodies."
One such action was to burn down Wisconsin Family Action's (WFA) headquarters, which investigative reporter Robert Evans of Bellingcat explained in further detail based on a "communiqué" he received.
Before setting WFA's building on fire with Molotov cocktails, Jane's Revenge spray-painted a message on the wall that read:
"If abortions aren't safe, then you aren't either," along with an anarchist symbol.
A statement from the group that was given to Evans reportedly came from an "anonymous intermediary." It supposedly is "not a declaration of war," but is rather a response to the existing alleged war against "women's rights."
"War has been upon us for decades," the statement further reads.
"A war which we did not want, and did not provoke. Too long have we been attacked for asking for basic medical care. Too long have we been shot, bombed, and forced into childbirth without consent."
Named after the 1970s-era Jane Collective, an underground organization that helped women in Chicago receive illegal abortions, Jane's Revenge is promising to completely destroy buildings next time instead of just burning them a little bit.
"Next time, the infrastructure of the enslavers will not survive," the group said, adding that pro-life groups and clinics in Wisconsin have 30 days to close up shop, or else.
"Wisconsin is the first flashpoint, but we are all over the U.S., and we will issue no further warnings," the group added in the statement.
A spokesman from the Madison Police Department issued a response statement promising to take "this case seriously" and work to "vet each and every" tip it might receive about future attacks.
The incident at the WFA took place early in the morning on May 8. Two Molotov cocktails were reportedly tossed into the office and left to smolder. Nobody was inside the building at the time.
Juliane Appling, WFA's president, said the attack was "directly provoked" by the Supreme Court leak. The Antifa insignias also point to that group as potentially being involved.
Evans himself is a supporter of Antifa, having previously called the arson attack on the Portland police union building in 2020 "an intelligent, deliberate, and successful action by well-organized activists."
Evans further called it "a well-chosen target," calling the burning up of the building "a justified act of protest against a valid target."
Meanwhile, the Biden regime has not said a single word about the Madison attack, nor has it condemned Jane's Revenge for promising to commit more acts of terrorism in the future.
"Terrorism and hate crimes, all the hallmarks of the radical left," wrote someone at the Epoch Times about the attack. "In all likelihood, they will go unpunished."
Another suggested that nothing will happen because Madison "is a lunatic Democratic city."
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