(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Pro-abortion extremists on May 7 threatened to protest outside Catholic churches, and two days later a bullet sailed through the office window of Virginia‘s pro-life Attorney General Jason Miyares, the Gateway Pundit reported.
Housekeepers found the bullet on the sixth floor of the Barbara Johns Building in Richmond, Virginia, as well as a hole at the top of a window, according to the Washington Examiner. Other state officials have their offices on the building’s sixth floor.
After pro-abortion extremists stated their intent to protest at Catholic churches, Miyares defended the rights of Christians to worship God and celebrate communion without facing interference, intimidation, or obstruction.
I deeply respect the First Amendment rights of speech and assembly. But no one has the right to interfere with the fundamental and natural right of all Virginians to practice their religion in peace. pic.twitter.com/LgNrhpPhdD
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