As pro-abortion protests drag on in Virginia, Republican leaders, especially Attorney General Jason Miyares, have spoken out against the riots.
Tuesday evening, hours after Miyares made comments, a bullet flew into the Attorney General’s office building. According to NBC 12, no one was injured.
NBC 12 reports:
RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – A bullet was fired into a window of the Attorney General’s office building
Police were called to the Barbara Johns Building at 7:13 p.m. on Monday, May 9 for a report of a bullet fired from outside.
The housekeeping staff found a bullet on the sixth floor of Attorney General Jason Miyares’s office.
According to police, one of the windows also had a small round hole near the top similar to a bullet hole.
It is unclear at the moment, while details are limited, that the bullet was meant for Miyares or anyone else in his office.
However, protests and riots over the leaked Roe v Wade draft have grown increasingly threatening. “Protestors” have harassed the families and personal homes of numerous conservative justices.