TODAY’S GUEST: Julaine Appling, President of Wisconsin Family Council and WI Family Action. In 1997, Julaine came to work at The Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) as Director of Office Operations until 1998, when she was asked to become the Executive Director of WFC. She’s been working to preserve faith, family, and religious freedom for 25 years.
We discuss today’s volatile climate and the abortion activist arson attack on her offices in Madison, WI Sunday; the SCOTUS ‘Roe’ draft leak, Democrat’s response, lack of civility, federalism, and her refusal to be bullied to back down in the face of violent threats.
WFC offices were bombed in an arson Sunday, Mother’s Day, when someone smashed a window and threw a Molotov cocktail inside its Madison office. Appling said the act of violence was “a direct threat against us.” I say it’s a hate crime. The message spray-painted outside the building was a threat and warning to those who believe the Bible and defend innocent life in mother’s wombs: “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either.” Is this not a form of terrorism?