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First on Fox: An office building shared by the Pro-Life Organization and the Michigan Republican Campaign Office was destroyed in the attack. Jane’s Revenge is a pro-choice terrorist groupFox News Digital Learned.

Exclusive photos from Fox News Digital Representative Tim Wahlberg campaignR-Mich., Showing the damage to the office building they share with pro-life company Jackson Right to Life.

“I will never be ashamed of my record as a strong conservative and life saver,” Wallberg said in a press release specifically obtained by Fox News Digital. “This strong record keeps me from being on the radical left in the crosshairs, but I will never stand up or compromise my beliefs and knowing the people in Jackson’s right to life will strengthen their determination to save the unborn child.”

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Representative Tim Wallberg, R-Mich.  'S campaign office appeared to have been destroyed along with Jackson's Right to Life 'by Jane's Revenge.

Representative Tim Wallberg, R-Mich. ‘S campaign office appeared to have been destroyed along with Jackson’s Right to Life ‘by Jane’s Revenge.
(Bill Clark / CQ roll call via Getty Images)

“Proudly, I’m consistently rated Michigan’s Most Conservative Congressman by the American Conservative Union, and despite these threats, I continue to fight for our principles and stand firm against the culture of violence and death,” he continued.

“It is a shame that both President Biden and Speaker Pelosi refuse to condemn these threatening tactics from radical pro-abortion activists,” Wallberg added. “This wave of violence against pro-life organizations and individuals across the country must stop.”

Jackson appeared to be haunted by the right-to-life sign Jane's Revenge.

Jackson appeared to be haunted by the right-to-life sign Jane’s Revenge.
(Photo courtesy of the Wallburg campaign)

Jackson’s Right to Life spokeswoman Kathy Pots told Fox News Digital in a phone call that violence from the “domestic terrorist group” will never “stop” their work or the work of other pro-life Americans.

“As I said, we think it’s a very sad state of affairs for groups like Jane’s Revenge to resort to domestic terrorism and hate crimes,” Potts said. “And what are these.”

“They are fundamentally at odds with our beliefs. So, you know how they react,” she continued. “And they just can’t stand it.”

Pots said the group had not received a warning before the vandalism and many people were seeing the vandalism in response to the Supreme Court’s abortion decision that was leaked.

She also said they “do not hate” the saboteurs and “pray for them,” but called on the Federal Law Enforcement Agency to take action against the saboteurs.

“But when they are accountable we will investigate the full extent of the law,” Pots added.

Photos of glass falling from a broken window on the first floor of a congressman’s office as well as mirrors on the floor outside a broken window.

Jackson appeared to be smashed by glass Jane's Revenge from the broken window of the partnership office of Right to Life and spokesman Tim Walberg.

Jackson appeared to be smashed by glass Jane’s Revenge from the broken window of the partnership office of Right to Life and spokesman Tim Walberg.
(Photo courtesy of the Wahlberg campaign)

Shattered glass from the broken window of Jackson's Right to Life and spokesman Tim Wahlberg's campaign's partnership office.

Shattered glass from the broken window of Jackson’s Right to Life and spokesman Tim Wahlberg’s campaign’s partnership office.
(Photo courtesy of the Wahlberg campaign)

Outside the broken window of Jackson's Right to Life and spokesman Tim Wallberg's campaign's partnership office.

Outside the broken window of Jackson’s Right to Life and spokesman Tim Wallberg’s campaign’s partnership office.
(Photo courtesy of the Wahlberg campaign)

In addition, the logo of Jackson’s Right to Life was spray-painted with “Jane’s Revenge” and the glass of the front door with both the pro-life organization’s name and the Congressman’s campaign sticker was smashed, the glass shattered.

The destructive attack on both the Wallburg campaign and Jackson’s Right to Life is the latest example of political violence on pro-life groups and causes.

The broken glass represents the front door to Jackson's Right to Life's partnership office and the campaign of spokesman Tim Wahlberg, who appears to have been vandalized by Jane's Revenge.

The broken glass represents the front door to Jackson’s Right to Life’s partnership office and the campaign of spokesman Tim Wahlberg, who appears to have been vandalized by Jane’s Revenge.
(Photo courtesy of the Wahlberg campaign)

Pots revealed that Jane’s Revenge initially targeted the wrong address and that a random person destroyed the house before heading to the office space.

When Jackson tried to demolish the Right to Life office building, criminals associated with the pro-choice terrorist group Jane's Revenge were first spotted at the wrong address.

When Jackson tried to demolish the Right to Life office building, criminals associated with the pro-choice terrorist group Jane’s Revenge were first spotted at the wrong address.
(Photo courtesy of Kathy Pots)

Pro-choice militant group Jane's Revenge initially targeted the wrong address when Jackson attempted to demolish the Right to Life office building.

Pro-choice militant group Jane’s Revenge initially targeted the wrong address when Jackson attempted to demolish the Right to Life office building.
(Photo courtesy of Kathy Pots)

Jane’s Revenge Roy v. The leaked draft that suffocated Wade emerged from the radical side of the pro-choice audience upset with the Supreme Court decision.

Jane’s Revenge has already been linked to vandalism and vandalism on the buildings of several pro-life groups across the country.

The group was responsible for destroying the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life last week with activities such as tagging the exterior of the building with graffiti and smashing windows.

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Jane’s Revenge wrote in a social media post that the attack was “a small gesture of contempt and joy” and that they “should have done more”.