DOJ Indicts Pro-Life Protestors But Lets Pro Choice Advocates Get Off Free

John Simmons | October 6, 2022
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If you think for one second that the Department of Justice (DOJ) doesn’t specifically target anyone who goes against the progressive agenda, think again.

On Wednesday, the DOJ indicted 11 pro-life demonstrators that physically prevented workers and at least one potential patient from entering a Planned Parenthood clinic in Nashville, TN, in March. Seven were charged with “conspiracy against rights secured by the FACE Act,” while four others were also charged with other violations of that act. The members of the group had various ages from 24 to 87.

The FACE Act ensures that anyone seeking to gain entrance to an abortion clinic has the right and should be allowed to enter unbothered.

The people charged with conspiracy face up to 11 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, while the others face up to one year in jail and $10,000 in fines.

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But while the DOJ is doing all it can to ruthlessly target pro-life demonstrators that merely stood in the way of people getting to work, it has completely turned a blind eye to the actual acts of domestic terrorism that pro-choice groups have committed in the past few months.

Since the leak of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision on May 2, the radical pro-choice group “Jane’s Revenge” has claimed responsibility for at least 18 arson and vandalism attacks on faith-based organizations and crisis pregnancy centers. But none of the perpetrators are facing over a decade in prison or a quarter-million in fines, and they did something far more egregious than anything the group in Nashville did.

It’s no secret that pro-life supporters have a distinct disadvantage in the eyes of the public, since they go against the mainstream opinion on the abortion debate. But it is nauseating that the disadvantage is this bad.