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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Sunday sought to blame former President Donald Trump for the rise in terrorism in response to a question about threats from “pro-abortion rights groups.”

On CBS’s “Face the Nation” show, she said the Democratic governor for the first time ripped through the “radical agenda” of the Michigan GOP and Republican candidates and criminalized her abortion for the governor in support of the law. Nurses and doctors in jail.

“This is the moment we’ve seen how serious the Michigan GOP is,” Whitmer told CBS host Margaret Brennan. “This radical agenda will prevent women from making their own most important financial decision of their lifetime – whether and when to have a child.”

Brennan was referring to a recent bulletin released by the Department of Homeland Security warning of increased violence in connection with the Supreme Court ruling to repeal Roy v. Wade.

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The bulletin refers to the vandalism claimed by ‘Jane’s Revenge’ over the building where the “US Representative Campaign Office and the Pro-Life Advocacy Group are located in Michigan, as pictured in the on-screen graphic as Brennan speaks.

However, Brennan did not name Jane’s Revenge and instead referred to the “abortion rights group”.

“I want to ask you about this Homeland Security warning that domestic violence terrorists will intensify violence. The CBS bulletin specifically mentions an incident involving an abortion rights group in Michigan. How concerned are you about violence? What are you looking at on the ground?” Brennan asked.

Michigan Governor Gretchen Wittmer speaks with Elizabeth Dorr, Vice President, Global Strategic Sourcing Global Vice President, Whirlpool Corporation, before meeting with US President Joe Biden, business leaders and governors at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, DC.  Wednesday, March 9, 2022.

Michigan Governor Gretchen Wittmer speaks with Elizabeth Dorr, Vice President, Global Strategic Sourcing Global Vice President, Whirlpool Corporation, before meeting with US President Joe Biden, business leaders and governors at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, DC. Wednesday, March 9, 2022.
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“I’m worried about a lot of things happening in the United States right now,” Whitmer responded. “And clearly, these last two decisions from the United States Supreme Court have made America very dangerous. More guns, less rights, less health care. It’s scary.”

“And as a lawyer, it hurts me to say that I’m also losing faith that these important institutions, which were beyond the politics of the day, are now being corrupted,” Whitmer continued, dismissing criticism instead of judges. “And we are looking outside our United States Supreme Court. And I am very concerned about our long-term well-being, our homeland security and our security.”

Brennan pushed back that the bulletin warned that there were threats to federal and state government officials, including judges.

Former President Donald Trump made the remarks during a Save America rally on June 25, 2022 in Adams County Fairgrounds, Mendon, Illinois.

Former President Donald Trump made the remarks during a Save America rally on June 25, 2022 in Adams County Fairgrounds, Mendon, Illinois.
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“Are you concerned about active threats in Michigan,” she asked.

“Actually myself,” Whitmer said. “I receive a lot of ugliness and hatred that is often provoked by the former president.”

“It was a really scary moment,” the governor continued. “And the unpleasant rhetoric, the terrible proliferation of guns in America, the lower and lower limits, the parents who send their children to school or the politicians or policy makers who make the tough decision, we must now fear. On a whole new level.”

WASHINGTON, USA - June 25: Pro-life-abortion and abortion rights activists rally in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on June 25, 2022, a day after the Supreme Court's decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health.  The company dismissed the right to abortion.

WASHINGTON, USA – June 25: Pro-life-abortion and abortion rights demonstrators rally in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on June 25, 2022, a day after the Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health. The company dismissed the right to abortion.
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Roy v. In the weeks leading up to Wade’s cancellation, Jane’s Revenge has been responsible for more than a dozen shootings and vandalism at pro-life Crisis pregnancy centers and churches across the country following the leak of a draft opinion on Dobbs vs. Jackson Women. Health Organization.

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After a letter signed by Jane’s Revelation aired last week aimed at intensifying violence against pro-life groups and using “not as easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti,” Republican lawmakers slammed the Justice Department’s inaction. Attempts to intimidate pregnant women, pro-life Americans and Supreme Court justices.

In April, a federal grand jury failed to convict four people accused of plotting to kidnap Whitmer because he was angry at the governor over COVID-related lockdowns and restrictions. The defense indicated that they classified them as aggressive FBI undercover agents and informers for fabricating the case.