Another pro-life advocate for unborn babies faces terror and abuse at the hands of the FBI, and get this: she is a survivor of Nazi concentration camps in Germany.
Eva Edl, 87, escaped a communist prisoner-of-war concentration camp during World War II. Ever since, she says she has fought for human rights for everyone, including innocent human lives still in the womb.
“The first time I realized there were abortion clinics in our country was in 1988,” Edl is quoted as saying to Live Action News.
“I said to my husband, ‘these are the death camps of America.’ I saw people sitting in front of abortion clinics in Atlanta and I’ve been involved ever since.”
Edl is one of 11 activists who have been charged with FACE Act violations stemming from their involvement in a 2021 “blockade” at an abortion clinic in Mt. Juliet, Tenn.
Along with several others, Edl faces charges including “conspiracy to prevent the clinic from providing” abortions, as well as obstruction to patients receiving abortion services “using physical obstruction to intimidate and interfere with the clinic’s employees and a patient.”
What actually happened in Mt. Juliet is that Edl and others staged a peaceful sit-in. There was no violence like what happened in aftermath of the George Floyd false flag incident in Minneapolis, for instance. (Related: Why is the Biden regime refusing to prosecute the violent crisis pregnancy center firebombers?)
“… the event was mostly pro-life people staging a peaceful sit-in along with singing and praying and it was so lawful and peaceful that local police let them go after minor misdemeanor charges,” reports Life News.
If abortions don’t stop, God’s wrath will fall HARD, says Edl
Those police officers deserve credit for treating the situation more humanely. For them, “Back the Blue” definitely applies. For the FBI, however, we wonder: has there ever been a more rogue law enforcement entity in the world?
Under Joe Biden, the FBI is seeking heavy fines and prison time for Edl and others who were seen at the Mt. Juliet abortion clinic trying to save unborn human life from being ripped to shreds in the name of “women’s health.”
If convicted, these peaceful sit-in activists face fines of up to $350,000 and up to 11 years in prison.
To this very day, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorist group and its members have still not been prosecuted for killing people and burning down entire city blocks, including private businesses, in the name of “equality.” But if you protest abortion in America, you could be sent to the gulag.
“If you were in a death camp like I was as a girl, would you want those who were obligated to love you to lobby for cleaner death camps? Less bugs in our starvation diet? Please!” Edl is quoted as saying about those trying to defend the gruesome abortion procedure and make it “safer” and “cleaner” for women.
“It disgusts the Lord that we waste so much time on money that will not protect one single child, even if the legislation is upheld by the court.”
Edl went on in a statement to quote Numbers 35 and Genesis 9 from the Old Testament of the Holy Bible.
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