Democrats are outraged the Brett Kavanaugh will likely be sworn in as the next Supreme Court Justice later this month.
Planned Parenthood announced a 6-figure ad buy to target swing vote senators Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AL).
And this week a far left activist threatened to rape a staffer for Senator Collins if she voted for Judge Kavanaugh.
Life News reported:
"Sen. Susan Collin’s office says it has received threats of rape and other violence from abortion activists who want her to vote against US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The Maine Republican's a key swing vote in Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Collins is pro-abortion and she hasn't yet announced her decision about him.
Over the past few months, NARAL, Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups have been targeting her with phone calls, political ads, fundraising for a pro-abortion Democrat opponent and a coat hanger campaign; but these attempts to influence may have the opposite effect.
Collins told reporters this week that her office has received a number of threatening phone calls and other messages, including one caller who threatened to rape one of her female staffers.
"In one case—and we're going to turn this over to the police, but unfortunately, of course, the person didn’t leave a name or number—but they actually threatened to rape one of my young female staffers," she told the Wall Street Journal.
The senator also told reporters her office has received over 3,000 coat hangers in the mail so far.
Another pressure tactic, one Ms. Collins says she finds "incredibly offensive," is "the out-of-state voicemails being left on the answering machines of my state offices." Many of the messages are profane. "In one case—and we're going to turn this over to the police, but unfortunately, of course, the person didn’t leave a name or number—but they actually threatened to rape one of my young female staffers."
The Senator’s office also has been receiving coat hangers in the mail, a grisly attempt to insinuate that a Justice Kavanaugh would restrict abortion rights. About 3,000 have arrived so far. "I'm pleased to say," Ms. Collins says with a small chuckle, "we had a group that has a thrift shop that helps low-income women ask us for 300 of the hangers. So at least 300 of them have gone to a very good cause."