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Biden DOJ Under Fire For Prosecuting 75-Year-Old Pro-Life Activist

via 60 Minutes
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The Biden Justice Department has faced criticism for praising the conviction of a 75-year-old pro-life activist while seemingly ignoring violent anti-Israel rioters.

The activist was convicted for participating in a 2020 protest at an abortion clinic.

Critics argue that the DOJ has not condemned or previewed prosecution efforts for roughly 200 pro-Palestinian activists who violently rioted at the DNC headquarters. (Trending: Biden Baffles Thanksgiving Guests With Bizarre Joke)

“President Biden and his administration have been merciless in their efforts to punish pro-life Americans,” CatholicVote President Brian Burch stated.

“He is doing lasting damage to the trust and integrity of a critical part of government.”

“It is one thing to hold an alternative view on abortion. It is entirely different when the president of the United States turns our independent law enforcement agencies into a pro-abortion police force,” he added.

Some experts and organizations expressed concern about the perceived imbalance in the DOJ’s enforcement and the potential impact on trust in government.

“Because pro-abortion groups and policies are very important to the Democrat party, one would expect Democrat administrations, including the current one, to aggressively enforce the FACE Act, especially post-Dobbs,” said constitutional law expert John Shu.

“At the same time, one would think that the DOJ also would be equally aggressive in prosecuting anyone who intentionally injured a federal Capitol Hill police officer, a Metropolitan Police Officer, or any other sworn law enforcement personnel, as the violent [protesters] did at last week’s violent protest at the DNC,” Shu added.

“The U.S. Capitol Police specifically stated that it was not peaceful, that [protesters] pepper sprayed and punched law enforcement officers, and that they blocked exits with dumpsters, trapping people, including Democrat Members of Congress, inside. All of these are serious crimes both under the D.C. Crimes Code and the U.S. Code.”

Shu pressed that Graves should “thoroughly investigate and prosecute these crimes, regardless of whether most, if not all, of the protesters were on the political left.”

“Otherwise, there is a real risk of appearing to have different or unfair standards of justice based on politics and thus opening up the office to criticism and perhaps oversight hearings,” he said.

The DOJ’s increased prosecution of FACE Act cases involving pro-life defendants since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022 was also noted.

Additionally, the USCP reported that six officers were injured during the riot, and one arrest was made.

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