On Sept. 20th, An elderly woman was shot in the upper back while handing out pro-life pamphlets in an Ionia County, Michigan neighborhood.
The victim was canvassing in opposition to an abortion ballot proposal, very similar to California AB 2223.
At one particular stop, she became engaged in a heated verbal exchange with an individual inside the house.
The victim, who’s 83 years of age and has elected to remain anonymous, has stated that she was shot while leaving the residence.
The “victim said that she was shot in the back/shoulder while leaving a residence during a heated conversation, and that the man who shot her was not a part of her conversation,” she said in a statement released by her pro-life organization on Saturday.
“The victim does not know the identity or motive of her shooter,” she added in the press release.
Following the attack, the wounded woman was able to summon enough strength to drive herself to a local hospital.
Her wounds were successfully treated by medical professionals and she is currently continuing her recovery at home.
This shooting serves as another example of the increased frequency of political violence in the United States.
It wasn’t long ago when an unhinged Democrat showed up at Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Maryland home armed to the teeth.
Prior to that, it was Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg dodging bullets. Literally.
The mayoral hopeful’s assailant was, as you guessed, another left-wing activist by the name of Quintez Brown.
Brown approached Greenberg outside of his campaign headquarters and fired his weapon, grazing the clothes of his target.
The majority of progressive liberals have always been mentally unstable, so you might be asking yourself, “why have they suddenly become so violent?”
They’re simply following orders.
These violent acts of a political nature are becoming a chronic condition for our nation. Our prognosis will remain the same as long as irresponsible politicians continue using their platform to instill hatred and promote aggression to their constituents.