Biden Sends Minions After Another Pro-Life Mom - VIDEO
Recently released footage has sparked controversy after it showed two FBI agents visiting the childhood home of Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) member Elise Ketch in Woodbridge, Virginia.
According to The Daily Signal, the video, captured by a Ring doorbell camera, showed agents Ashley Roberts and Kathleen Brown visiting Ketch’s home on April 18 at approximately 2:45 P.M. Though Ketch no longer resides in the house, her mother, Tracy Ketch, spoke with the agents who were looking for her daughter.
The agents said they needed to speak with Ketch “regarding some information that was sent to us,” and reassured her mother that she was not in any trouble. However, when Tracy asked for more information on the reason for the visit, Roberts declined to answer.
"We would tell you all the information because, like I said, she’s not in any trouble, but just out of respect for her, we’d like to speak with her first and then, if she feels like talking to you, which I’m sure she will because it’s nothing," Roberts said.
The footage also showed Ketch’s mother calling her to alert her about the FBI agents. Ketch said she has “no idea” why the agents went to her mother’s home or what information they were sent, but had “a few guesses as to what was going on.”
NEW: FBI agents Ashley Roberts and Kathleen Brown showed up at the childhood home of pro-life activist Elise Ketch. The agents asked to speak with Ketch, who is a member of @PAAUNOW.
— Mary Margaret Olohan (@MaryMargOlohan) May 17, 2023
Ketch believes the agents’ true motive behind their visit was to intimidate her and her team, and that their visit may have been related to the indictment of fellow PAAU member Lauren Handy under the Freedom of Access Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act. Ketch was arrested in March with her fellow pro-life activists for blocking traffic after protesting in front of the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C.
Ketch’s arrest follows the controversial arrest of pro-life activist and author Mark Houck in September. Houck was arrested in front of his wife and seven children outside their Pennsylvania home for an altercation he had with a Planned Parenthood escort in October 2021. Houck received a letter from the Justice Department in May 2022 stating that he was being investigated for potentially violating the FACE Act.
Ketch said that while she was concerned for her family’s safety following the incident, she “refuse[s] to back down” and that “the most prevalent domestic threat to our country is the murder of thousands of preborn people by abortion each day.”
The FBI’s visit has generated much criticism from pro-life activists who view it as an intimidation tactic. It remains unclear why the agents visited Ketch’s home or what information they were sent, but the incident has sparked a conversation about the government’s treatment of pro-life activists.