The committee of Public Safety's chief task was to protect the Revolution from its enemies. The extension of civil war and the advance of foreign armies on national territory produced a political crisis
Marat called for the death of all those who continued to support the king. The Jacobins was a club of radicals, and they supported the national assembly, not the king. They took control of Paris and imprisoned many nobles.
The legislative Assemble declared war. Massive mobs attack the Royal family. 20,000 men and women invaded Tuileries, and took the family captive. They were demonstrating for the lower bread prices. With a variety of allies, the mostly female crowd moved to the royal residence at Versailles where they made their demands to the King and Queen.
The National Assembly restructured the relationship between the Church and the State. King Louis began pondering his fate as a monarch, and he was warned that it was no longer safe for him in France. Louis was caught trying to escape, and it increased the influence of his enemies.
The National Assembly adopted a statement of revolutionary ideals, it stated that all men are born free and remain free and equal in rights. The Declaration included liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression as rights.
Rumors went around quick in France. People were saying that King Louis was intent on using military force to dismiss the National Assembly. Other rumors suggested that foreign troops were on their way to Paris to massacre French Citizens. On July 14th, a mob took over the Bastille, which was a big Prison, and killed the commanders of it and held their heads high on pikes.