Police say anarchists tossed Molotov cocktails into a pro-life headquarters and the nets have the nerve of trying to claim it was a false flag attack.
Authorities in Madison, Wisconsin said no arrests have been made in the connection with a weekend arson attack at the offices of a prominent anti-abortion group.
Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes said investigators have collected “multiple” pieces of evidence from the scene of the attack at Wisconsin Family Action and turned the items over to federal authorities. Two Molotov cocktails were also found in connection to the attack, he said.
“As much as we wish we could be able to solve this case today the forensic process must take time,” he said during a Monday update on the investigation. “While we wait, we’re combing the area and searching for digital evidence.”
Wisconsin Family Action wrote about the attack in a post on the group’s Facebook page.
Early this morning a leftist anarchist group attacked Wisconsin Family Action’s office in Madison, throwing two Molotov cocktails into the office, after breaking windows, and then proceeded to light a fire. The arsonists posted graffiti on the outside of the building near the group’s offices.
The message was, “If abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either.” Anarchy 1312 took responsibility for the attack, leaving its logo on an outside wall.
In a statement published on the group’s Facebook, Julaine Appling, president of Wisconsin Family Action, slammed Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, a Democrat, and said her group will not be intimidated:
“In 2020, Governor Tony Evers basically looked the other way when violence erupted in Kenosha and Madison. That kind of non-response fosters what happened to us this morning, leaving Wisconsin citizens who disagree with his policies extremely vulnerable to similar violence.
In fact, Governor Evers’s response to today’s incident said nothing about demanding a full investigation and criminal prosecution. He just told his supporters he’d keep supporting abortion.
“But this attack fails to frighten us, and instead steels the resolve of law-abiding, common-sense, every-day folks to stand up and push back. We know today it is Wisconsin Family Action getting Molotov cocktails tossed through broken windows and fires ignited, but tomorrow it could be anyone in our state or another state who is attacked because we disagree with a policy or action, give voice to the voiceless, or stand up for what’s right.
“Americans see through the hypocrisy of the left. The violence needs to stop and stop now. It’s not the answer to any question or any problem. Just because the liberals don’t get their way, doesn’t give them license to threaten bodily harm or to burn and destroy.”
Nearly every liberal news agency has speculated that the attack was carried out by someone on the left but the weekend proved that the left is on the attack. Several churches around the nation were vandalized and covered in pro-abortion rhetoric.