A coalition of pro-life organizations has called on the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to address “ongoing violent attacks against pro-life organizations.”
An investigation led by former Vice President Mike Pence and his advancing American Freedom Initiative seeks to determine whether the Justice Department is deliberately ignoring attacks on pro-life groups.
Since the leak of the Dobbs Supreme Court majority draft on May 2, pregnancy centers, pro-life organizations, and churches across the United States have been targeted by abortion extremists for violence, vandalism, and harassment. increase.
A strongly worded Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request means that the Justice Department willfully ignores attacks against pro-life factions.
“The slow progress or complete disregard for investigations into these acts of violence against organizations hated by the current administration seriously underscores the inappropriate politicization of the Justice Department’s work. We are concerned,” the coalition said. Regardless of the sympathies of the Biden administration, we are treated equally under the law here. ”
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The DOJ action and related requests for records occurred earlier this fall, and pro-life Americans continue to wait for the federal government to address the pro-abortion attack.
The Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act “prohibits the use of force to threaten, obstruct, or damage property aimed at interfering with reproductive health care services,” and provides access to abortion centers and pregnancy help. Applies to both centers, but so far only used. To pro-life supporters under the Biden administration.
Other groups participating in the FOIA request are Americans United for Life, Students for Life Action, and Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America. Also, Catholic Vote, Center for Urban Regeneration and Education, Women of Concern for America, Center for Ethics and Public Policy, Faith Winds, Family Research Council, For America, Heritage Action for America, Heritage Oversight Project, Human Coalition, Key Stone Policy also participates. .
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At least 100 Catholic churches and 78 pregnancy centers and other pro-life organizations have been attacked since May, according to CatholicVote, although the Justice Department has not filed a single case in connection with these attacks. , DOJ’s Office for Civil Rights alleges violations of the FACE Act against 26 pro-life activists indicted this year.
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It also mentions what steps Nicholas Roske took to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh due to Dobbs’ impending sentencing.
“This ongoing attack on pro-life Americans, pro-life institutions, and even the U.S. Supreme Court is a clear injustice that requires a swift and comprehensive public response,” the letter said. “These coordinated acts of domestic terrorism and political intimidation constitute serious violations of the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, which prohibits conspiracy to prevent federal officials from performing their duties.”
Participating organizations urged the Department of Justice to condemn these “illegal acts” and to begin immediate prevention, investigation, and prosecution.
“The Constitution of the United States was enacted ‘to form a more perfect Union, to establish justice, and to secure peace in the land,'” the letter said. “When violence against pro-life organizations goes unpunished, commitment to a fuller union is reversed. When investigations are delayed, justice is denied. If we have to live in fear of exercising our Article rights, the domestic calm becomes precarious.”
Attorney General Vanita Gupta on Dec. 6 to mark the 65th anniversary of the Department of Justice’s Office for Civil Rights criticized the overthrow of Law vs. Wade as a “devastating blow to women across the country” that deprived them of their “constitutional right to abortion.” Gupta hinted at the Justice Department’s intentions regarding the unequal application of the law, including “enforcement of the FACE Act to ensure continued legal access to reproductive services” with Law overthrown. He said the “urgency” of the Justice Department’s work had increased.