Even in cases where the suspects are clearly identified, the FBI is not going after them. At the same time, the FBI continues to aggressively persecute those involved in the January 6 "insurrection" at the United States Capitol building back in 2021.
Not only is the FBI refusing to prosecute radical pro-abortion terrorists, but it is also vilifying their targets.
"I know it sounds dystopian, but that's exactly what's happening," explained Rev. James Harden, president and CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Services in Buffalo, N.Y., one of the crisis pregnancy centers targeted in recent months, to Fox News' Tucker Carlson.
"We're facing, essentially, a moral hurricane in our country. The FBI has gone from abdicating their duty to provide equal justice under the law to pro-life people like us, to downright attacking us." (Related: Check out the interactive map tool that abortion fanatics used to target crisis pregnancy centers all across the country.)
As of this writing, there have been more than 70 attacks on crisis pregnancy centers post-reversal of Roe v. Wade. That is a lot of clinics that experienced interrupted or halted service, leaving pregnant women looking for pro-life answers with fewer resources.
So far, not a single terrorist attacker has been arrested by the FBI, which Harden finds deplorable.
"I mean, look, it's naïve to think that the largest law enforcement agency on the globe, with the best forensic technology known to man, doesn't know any, not a single person who is engaging in these attacks," he said.
"If it's not the FBI doing it, they certainly know who it is and they're choosing not to make arrests."
Notice that Harden left open the possibility that the FBI itself is behind this spate of attacks, which makes perfect sense since the agency does not want to touch any of the terrorism cases.
"Jane's Revenge is the abortion terrorist group, a pro-abortion terrorist group that's taken responsibility for these attacks and they're getting a pass," Harden added about another group that we know was involved based on self-admission. "A pass."
According to Harden, Jane's Revenge is basically "the Democratic Party's new KKK," except instead of targeting black people it is targeting women who want their unborn babies to live as opposed to being shredded and ripped apart to feed Planned Parenthood's profit streams.
"The new cross in their front yard is burning down pregnancy centers," Harden said. "But instead of denigrating the personhood of black people, they're denigrating the personhood of preborn boys and girls and anybody who seeks to stand up for them."
CompassCare reportedly filed a lawsuit against the local police department in Amherst, N.Y., for refusing to hand over video footage of the attackers. What are they trying to hide, we wonder?
The excuse provided for why the footage was not released was, get this: it could inspire "right-wing terrorism." In other words, showing the public who is responsible for this flagrant act of left-wing terrorism cannot be allowed because it might cause the right wing to retaliate.
"The town attorney representing the police department went so far as to say, to characterize pro-life people supporting us as AK-47 gun-toting people going around bombing and killing people," Harden added. "They're vilifying us."
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