Violent attacks on churches, pro-life centers, groups, and even on pro-life activists are on the rise.
And a big reason why is the failure of the Biden administration to take these attacks seriously.
Like the recent move by the Biden DOJ to recommend no jail time for this violent transgender activist.
As the cultural and political wars heat up, so too do the violent attacks on Americans by the radical Left.
A sweetheart plea
And the DOJ’s double standard on these attacks is blatant.
Pro-life activists who merely stand and pray silently on sidewalks are arrested and charged with felonies.
But the actual violent perpetrators who vandalize and firebomb churches, burn down pro-life pregnancy centers, and even attack college students get away scot-free.
As if to prove this, President Biden’s Justice Department offered what most are calling a sweetheart plea deal to a violent transgender activist who admitted to defacing a Catholic church with profane graffiti, destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary, violently assaulting a church worker, and resisting arrest.
These are crimes that would land any conservative or pro-life activists in jail for years.
In fact, the crimes here are far worse than the trespassing charges keeping dozens of January 6 protestors locked away in a Washington, D.C. dungeon.
The plea agreement shows the DOJ recommends zero jail time for the perp, Maeve Nota, a 31-year-old transgender activist who admittedly vandalized the St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue, Washington, following the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade last June.
The DOJ’s actions in the Nota case are in stark contrast with the Biden administration’s approach of throwing the book at pro-life protesters outside abortion clinics.
“The Biden DOJ did everything it could to try and put Houck in prison for 11 years for defending his son from an assault while recommending no jail time for Nota after this deranged trans terrorist badly damaged a Catholic church, fought with the police, assaulted a church employee, and scared the hell out of a little old lady praying,” Davis said.
Nota smashed two glass doors with rocks and spray-painted the church’s outside walls with messages that read, “F*** Catholics,” “rot in your fake hell,” “kid groomers,” “woman haters,” and other such messages.
A church staff member was even spray-painted in the face while attempting to chase Nota away.
When officers did locate Nota, police said he used a backpack full of spray paint cans and smashed the police vehicle.
The very definition of hate crime
Shortly following his arrest, Police Captain Darryl McKinney told FOX13 Seattle that the $10,000 in damages done to the Church fall under a hate crime statute.
And according to filings from early March, Biden’s Justice Department initially charged Nota with destruction of religious property, a misdemeanor that can carry up to one year in prison and $100,000 in fines.
But just a short week later, a previously unreported plea deal between the Justice Department, Nota, and his attorney shows that the DOJ will recommend no jail time for this hate crime.
Meanwhile the Biden DOJ continues to ignore the increasing violence against other churches, college students, pro-life activists, and other conservatives as it pursues 87-year-old holocaust survivors for praying on a sidewalk.
It is time to hold the DOJ accountable.
Congress should slash their funding and even dismantle entire sections of the DOJ.
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