She survived a communist death camp, but can she survive BIDEN’S prisons?

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Eva Edl is an 88-year-old woman who is no stranger to political persecution.

When she was just 10 years old, Edl was sent to a concentration camp in communist Yugoslavia — and now, in America, she’s been arrested for violating the FACE Act, which restricts pro-life protests in front of abortion clinics.

Edl originally faced up to 11 years in prison and $350,000 in fines, which has now been lowered to six months in prison and $10,000 in fines.

While she was prepared to die in prison for standing up for the unborn in America, Glenn Beck is well aware that she shouldn’t be going to jail at all.

“She spent several years in refugee camps, made it to the United States, only to be arrested by Joe Biden’s jackbooted thugs,” Glenn says. “She’s now making peace with her death in prison for defending the lives of the biggest cohort of dehumanized people, slaughtered by the tens of millions globally every single year.”

The Justice Department charged her and ten other pro-life activists after they staged a peaceful protest inside the abortion clinic in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. The activists were singing and praying.

“They were thinking about giving her up to a decade in prison, but I don’t know, maybe they saw this 88-year-old frail woman who had been in a concentration camp, is maybe not a threat really, so they only gave her six months,” Glenn says.

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