Tensions were already running high in the lead-up to Friday’s bombshell U.S. Supreme Court decision that resulted in the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The decision came as the high court decided the fate of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, an abortion case out of Mississippi.
Authorities had already warned of the high potential for radical, pro-abortion groups to cause violence, but Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who was on the ground at the time of the decision being read, reported that she heard a number of pro-abortion protesters threaten to burn down the actual Supreme Court building.
Greene specifically mentioned a group called Jane’s Revenge, which had issued a number of threats against pregnancy centers and other pro-life venues like Catholic churches should the court overturn Roe, which it did.
“They have threatened to burn down the Supreme Court. Jane’s Revenge, Ruth Sent Us, these are real domestic terrorists,” Greene said during an interview with Right Side Broadcasting Network.
She added: “They can still kill a baby in the womb. But what has happened is we can allow states to choose… They (the left) have threatened real insurrection today.”
Left Wing groups like Jane’s Revenge are threatening a ‘Night of Rage’ after Roe v. Wade was overturned @RepMTG introduced legislation to declare Pro-Abortion organizations, who have fire bombed women’s pregnancy centers, as Terrorist organizations.
We cannot allow mob rule. pic.twitter.com/NZIS4BnFi6
— Baby Lives Matter Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 24, 2022
Greene’s warning comes on the heels of her latest effort that involves classifying groups like Jane’s Revenge — and other pro-abortion groups that have committed violence — as domestic terrorist organizations.
While it would be virtually impossible to pass such legislation right now, as Democrats still control the House, after the November midterms, if Republicans take back majority control, her legislation could become a reality.
Pro-abortion activists protested across multiple major U.S. cities on Friday night, and aside from minor disturbances, no widespread violence took place. Saturday night’s protests seem to be larger, as of this writing.