Seventy-six pregnancy centers and churches have been attacked since the Dobbs leak. Zero people have been put away.
· · Jul 22, 2022 ·

We have been assured by the Justice Department and the Biden administration that violence around the abortion issue from protesters on BOTH sides will be taken seriously.

However, since the Dobbs leak in May, 76 pro-life pregnancy centers, according to Catholic News Agency's tracker, have been attacked and physically vandalized by pro-abort radicals. And, so far, no one has been put in prison.

To date, 39 pregnancy centers have been targeted, 27 churches, one maternity home, three political organizations, four billboards/ads, one political figure and one memorial, the report found.

The count "only includes attacks with a clear pro-abortion motive or messaging," according to CNA. "Numerous other vandalism/arson attacks against Catholic churches have taken place, but with less obvious motives."

These attacks are common and span from coast-to-coast.

Pro-death radicals are fired up and don't look to be backing down, especially with calls from politician's like Liz Warren calling for these pro-life pregnancy centers to be shut down.

The FBI announced an investigation into the pro-abortion violence in June, but many believe the Biden administration and Democrat leaders are not doing enough to stop the violence. There have been very few arrests.

Earlier this week, U.S. House Democrats blocked a resolution to condemn the pro-abortion violence. And, in early July, one Democrat state lawmaker praised the vandalism of a pro-life billboard in Washington state, according to 770 KTTH.

Violence and hostility have been directed at the conservative Supreme Court justices and their families, too. Justice Brett Kavanaugh was the target of an assassination attempt, and neighbors of the justices have said they are afraid to send their children outside to play because of the pro-abortion protesters.

Without strong action by federal authorities, many fear the attacks will continue. In June, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a report warning of continued "domestic violence" directed at churches, faith-based pro-life organizations, judges and lawmakers in response to the abortion ruling.

The Biden Justice Department is paying lip service to actually taking these crimes seriously, but clearly, they're more worried about people illegally touring the Capitol than they are about firebombing churches.

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