Yes, let’s lock up a concentration camp survivor for a peaceful protest and keep ignoring those who vandalized and terrorize Catholic churches and pregnancy centers.
What the heck?
I wrote about the DOJ charging peaceful protesters at a Tennessee abortion clinic in 2021 for supposedly violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act.
I also reminded you guys the FBI and DOJ consistently ignore the violence and terror caused by abortion-obsessed people toward Catholic churches and pregnancy centers.
Among those arrested and charged is Eva Edl, an 87-year-old concentration camp survivor. Live Action provided more information on her. What a fascinating and robust woman who endured and survived true evil:
Edl’s biography by James Johnston, “She Looks Like My Little Girl,” offers the testimony of a child of Danube-Swabian heritage — Yugoslavian by birth but German by heritage and language. Edl was just six years old when the Nazis invaded Yugoslavia and her family was safe in their rural home — until her father was taken by the Nazis.
After her father became ill and was put in an infirmary, he sent his family a letter urging them to flee because the Red Army was coming. But they did not escape in time. Edl says she and her family were dehumanized by the communists and targeted for genocide. At first, she and her siblings found safety with their grandmother who was Hungarian and therefore able to hide in plain sight. But soon, Edl’s mother was kidnapped to dig trenches for the war and her two older siblings were taken to a forced labor camp. As for Edl, she and her grandmother were put on a train to a concentration camp.
Edl’s bio explains further:
The Soviets and the Nazis had begun the war as allies, but when Hitler invaded Russia and slaughtered millions of civilians, the Russian lust for vengeance ran hot. Armed with the weapons and moral authority of the Grand Alliance, the Red Army invaded from the east, driving out the Nazis. Terror came in Stalin’s bloody wake.Hitler’s betrayal fueled a rage and a hatred against Germany that would flood Eastern Europe with the blood of the innocent and the cries of the violated for years.
Eva Edl and her people were called Danube-Swabians; they were Yugoslavian by birth but German by heritage and language. The new communist government first dehumanized her people in the law. Then, empowered by the Grand Alliance, they unleashed a violent, genocidal campaign against Eva and her people…
Unlike the Nazi concentration camps, the communist concentration camps did not shut down when the war ended. They were just getting started.
Eventually, she was rescued and immigrated to Austria and then the United States, where by that time, another genocide was occurring — the genocide of abortion. According to the bio on her website, “Eva felt the call of God to lay down her life to rescue unborn children, just as others laid down their life to rescue her.”
Edl previously told Live Action she found out about abortion clinics in 1988: “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.”
Authorities have arrested Edl “at least 46 times for blockading abortion facilities.”
The video of the 2021 Tennessee protest shows a peaceful event. They’re praying and talking to people. HORRIFYING. At the beginning of the video, the group spoke to one woman. They were not rude or violent. When the lady didn’t respond to their pleas, they left her alone. Instead, they offered to help the woman there to get an abortion. Compassion and understanding.
The abortion worker was obsessed with the people not wearing masks. *eye roll*
The FBI reportedly arrived at protester Chester Gallagher’s home with their “guns drawn” and went inside. Gallagher was not home.
Pro-life activist AJ Hurley told Live Action the FBI called the other people about the “arrest warrants and had to turn themselves in.”
Edl faces a year in prison and fines of up to $100,000.
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