ELKHART, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has learned the Federal Bureau of Investigations questioned an Elkhart man for potential threats made against a local pro-life organization, Right to Life Michiana. Sources tell RNM, an agent with the FBI went to the home of Michael Case in regard to the potential threat posted to social media.
“They are everything that is wrong with this country.” Case posted about the organization. “I will not stand by and do nothing while these people turn this country into some sectarian Handmaid’s Tale nightmare.”
RNM has learned the post was reported to authorities who then went to Case’s home. Case posted the following to his Facebook page, confirming the visit from a federal agent.
CAPITOL POLICE INVESTIGATION
In May of 2021, the Capitol Police opened an investigation into Case for nearly running over Congresswoman Jackie Walorski with his car. Walorski was praying with a group of pro-life supporters outside of the Whole Woman’s Health abortion clinic in South Bend when the incident occured.
“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.” Walorski wrote in a statement at the time. “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.”
The incident was caught on security camera. The RNM exclusive video can be seen below.
As you can see in the google maps picture below, there is a large shoulder and bike lane. The vehicle crossed the bike lane into the shoulder where the congresswoman was walking. It’s also where many of the pro-life activists walk during business hours.
Case, the driver, is an Antifa activist who regularly volunteers as an “escort” for women visiting the clinic to get an abortion. RNM also uncovered a Facebook post about the visit in which Case wrote “Jackie needs to learn to stay out of the street.” You can see the post below.
Case has a history of aggressive behavior toward pro-life activists. RNM previously ran a story about the tactics of the radical pro-abortion “volunteers” that you can read here. Below is a video of Case getting out of his black Dodge Charger to aggressively threaten a pro-life activist.
Many of the abortion clinic “volunteers” are open members of Antifa and an Atheist group called Northern Indiana Atheists.
Case has threatened people on social media with Antifa before. You can see an example below where Case was identified by someone in a video on social media.
However, going after politicians is nothing new for the radical “volunteer escorts” at Whole Women’s Health. One activist, Tonna Robinson, has made a name for herself by attacking local political leaders. You can read about one incident here where she managed to get a Goshen City Councilman to resign by claiming he espoused “racist and white supremacist views.”
Below are photos from Robinson’s Facebook page where there’s a woman wearing a shirt with “Deathscort” written on it. Another is outside of the St. Joseph County Jail with the acronym ACAB (All Cops are Bastards). And, another profile picture that says “Official Antifa Employee.”
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