The Department of Homeland Security warns of far-left, pro-abortion domestic terrorism

The Department of Homeland Security is warning about an increase in “domestic violent extremist activity” in response to the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade. The warning said far-left extremists would “intensify violence against a wide range of targets.”

The department made the remarks in a June 24 memo, the same day the court turned abortion regulation to state legislatures.

The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo said the threat of violence comes from the far-left in response to the Supreme Court ruling.

“The memo cites attacks from Jane’s Revenge & the assassination attempt of Judge Kavanaugh,” Ngo wrote on Twitter.

Protests have already coalesced into violence. Hours after the Supreme Court’s decision, a pro-life counter protestor was pepper sprayed and tackled to the ground by a pro-abortion fanatic.

The memo said federal and state government officials, including judges, and facilities are most at risk for violence.

Already there was a recent assassination attempt on Justice Brett Kavanaugh by a radical 26 year old leftist. On June 8, Nicholas John Roske was arrested outside the Justice’s Maryland home with a gun, a knife, burglary tools, and alleged intent to kill the judge due to his stance on abortion.

The memo also named the radical pro abortion group Jane’s Revenge which has been terrorizing pro life centers since May.

“In late May, a network of loosely affiliated suspected violent extremists, known as ‘Jane’s Revenge’ – which has been linked to arson attacks against the buildings of ideological opponents – shared a post encouraging a ‘night of rage.'”

Jane’s Revenge posted a communique in May claiming responsibility for the firebombing of a pro-life organization in Madison, Wisconsin. The group’s hallmark is to tag locations with phrases such as “if abortions aren’t safe, neither are you.”

After a leak last month foreshadowed the Roe v Wade reversal, the group attacked dozens of centers in Buffalo, New York, Vancouver, Washington, Madison, Wisconsin, and Asheville, North Carolina, and many more cities across America.

“We expect violence could occur for weeks,” the memo said.

Jane’s Revenge has said “30 days of mercy” has expired and called for a lasting “night of rage.”

“We need the state to feel our full wrath” and “we need them to be afraid of us,” the group said.

Protests are expected to continue in cities across America for the next few weeks.