ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. — An Elkhart man, who was previously investigated by the Capitol Police for nearly hitting a sitting congresswoman with his car, is now lobbing apparent threats at state lawmakers. Michael Case took to social media to call out one state representative by name, before writing “These people should be eliminated from government by any means necessary.”
Case was expressing his disgust with Senate Bill 17 on a social media post by Elkhart City Councilman, Aaron Mishler. Case initially asks how State Representative Tim Wesco voted, as he planned to go “poke him.” After realizing Wesco is in the State House of Representatives and had not voted on the bill yet, Case went on to say the people who voted for the bill “should be eliminated from government by any means necessary.”
SB17 aims to prevent minors from being provided pornography and other sexually explicit material. Below is a summary of the bill.
Removes schools and certain public libraries from the list of entities eligible for a specified defense to criminal prosecutions alleging: (1) the dissemination of material harmful to minors; or (2) a performance harmful to minors. Adds colleges and universities to the list of entities eligible for a specified defense to criminal prosecutions alleging: (1) the dissemination of material harmful to minors; or (2) a performance harmful to minors.
Councilman Mishler did not seem to initially have an issue with Case’s rhetoric. However, after being confronted by REAL News Michiana, he did condemn Case’s comments.
In May of last year, Case was caught on camera nearly hitting Congresswoman Jackie Walorski with his car outside of the Whole Woman’s Health abortion clinic in South Bend. Walorski was outside of the clinic praying with pro-life activists.
“On Saturday, May 15th, I joined a group of pro-life Hoosiers in prayer while they gathered peacefully near a South Bend abortion clinic. As I was leaving, a vehicle traveling quickly down Lincoln Way West swerved toward the group and came to an abrupt stop just a few feet away from me. Given the recent increase in threats against members of Congress, the U.S. Capitol Police are investigating this incident. I stand with my fellow pro-life Hoosiers who work to defend the most vulnerable among us, the unborn. They will not be silenced or intimidated by threats or acts of violence from radical activists. As Americans, we can debate and disagree on fundamental issues, but it is absolutely unacceptable to endanger the lives of others.” Walorski said in a statement at the time.
Case, who worked as a volunteer escort outside of the abortion clinic with several self-identified members of Antifa, has also been caught on camera aggressively attacking pro-life sidewalk counselors.
Want to keep seeing the news the legacy media just wont report? REAL News Michiana relies on member subscribers to keep going. As a subscriber, you’ll get an RNM mug and invites to special events. Help us continue to expose corruption and report on the news conservatives care about by subscribing here.