REV. JAMES HARDEN (GUEST): We're in the middle of a pro-abortion Kristallnacht. That's what I said at the press release on June 7, right outside of our facility that was firebombed. And basically, I'm right. No one in the mainstream media has refuted me. We are in the midst of a pro-abortion Kristallnacht. They firebombed our location. It's been totally destroyed. We have to rebuild from the inside out. And we're going to do that, but we didn't stop. Jane's Revenge wanted us to stop serving women with ethical medical care and comprehensive community support, but we didn't. The very next day we were up and running at an alternate location, undisclosed for security reasons as you can imagine.
JESSE WATTERS (HOST): Do you think Merrick Garland, the Attorney General, has done enough to get ahead of this? Because we know after the leak, there was just this rash of bombings and vandalism against these centers. Now we have the decision. Do you think the country's prepared?
HARDEN: This is a pro-abortion crime wave. This is domestic terrorism, plain and simple. And Attorney General Merrick Garland has not, to my knowledge, amassed any resources or encouraged any attorneys general at the state level to begin investigations or to investigate preemptively any additional terrorist strikes by these cell groups. So I don't think he's done enough, no. And I think if he's not going to stand up and criminalize these actions and prosecute and investigate, he needs to step down so somebody else can step in and do it.
WATTERS: Do you think by not taking forceful action against these radical and violent pro-choice extremists, he's kind of giving them license to destroy?
HARDEN: Absolutely. That's the -- that is why Kristallnacht is such an important word. It's a German word for broken glass in the night. And it was the tipping point in 1938 Germany, where the Brownshirts targeted Jewish businesses, broke the glass in the middle of the night, lit fires, and that was the tipping point because, number one, there was the lack of public outcry and, number two, a refusal on the part of the political elite to criminalize those actions and to go after them. And that's what we're seeing now. They're emboldening these terrorists by not going after them and denouncing it and criminalizing it.
WATTERS: Yeah, I'm not sure if it's the same thing as Nazi Germany, but it is definitely something that we need to keep an eye on before it gets out of hand and we hope it doesn't and we pray that you and your team are okay.