Wichita, KS — The home of Cheryl Sullenger, chairperson of the pro-life PAC Kansans for Truth In Politics (K-TIP), was the target of an egg attack overnight, just 2 days before a contentious election that centers on the abortion issue. Sullenger and K-TIP have been outspoken critics of pro-abortion attorney general candidate Paul Morrison.
This is the second such attack on the Sullenger home.
Sullenger’s sweeping front yard bears several political yard signs, including three in support of pro-life Attorney General Phill Kline. Her vehicles display pro-life bumper stickers.
Sullenger believes the attack was retribution for her opposition to Morrison.
“This is nothing more than thuggery and an attempt to intimidate us in the final hours before the election,” said Sullenger. “It is a shame that Morrison supporters would stoop to these kinds of cowardly tactics. This really shows how low these people will go. But it’s not going to work. The attack on my home will not silence our message.”
K-TIP has released several reports documenting the link between Morrison, and late-term abortionist George R. Tiller through third-party campaign contributions and “hit-piece” mailings against Kline. Morrison has promised to walk away from an ongoing criminal investigation against Tiller and Planned Parenthood now being conducted by Kline. K-TIP has opposed Morrison’s pledge as evidence of corruption.
Sullenger also works for Operation Rescue and has produced a number of reports exposing Tiller and documentating botched abortions at his clinic, Women’s Health Care Services. Sullenger broke the story of the death of 19-year old Christin Gilbert, who died from a botched third-trimester abortion obtained at Tiller’s clinic last year.