Longtime Michigan Congressman says his campaign office was vandalized by radical pro-abortion group

Tim Walberg called Jane's Revenge "domestic terrorists."
"Jane's Revenge" spray painted on sign
Photo credit Tim Walberg For Congress

JACKSON (WWJ) – A Michigan Congressman says his office was vandalized by a pro-abortion group.

Seven-term Congressman Tim Walberg, who represents Michigan’s 7th District, says his campaign office in Jackson was vandalized Tuesday night by a pro-abortion group called Jane's Revenge, a group he calls “domestic terrorists.”

His campaign office also shares a building with Jackson Right to Life, which is a pregnancy center.

Walberg’s office says a Walberg for Congress logo on the front door was smashed and multiple windows were broken.

The Congressman also said “these criminals spray-painted a message signaling they were a part of a pro-abortion group called Jane's Revenge.”

Walberg’s office says Jane’s Revenge causes domestic terrorism nationwide. Media reports show similar incidents across the country, some of which have included more ominous spray-painted messages, including “if abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either.”

Walberg says police were called to the campaign office, but it’s not clear whether authorities have identified any suspects.

While Walberg called it “shameful” that President Joe Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi hadn’t condemned the incidents, Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell released the following statement:

“We have freedom of speech in this country, not a freedom to commit violence. No person— whether you’re an elected official, a judge, or anyone else— should be subjected to threats of violence. I strongly condemn the attack on Congressman Walberg’s campaign office, and I am grateful that Tim and his staff were not harmed.”

Dingell noted her office in Dearborn has been vandalized in the past.