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FIRST ON FOX – A Catholic advocacy group has launched a $1 million ad campaign to pressure the Biden administration to take action against what it says are dozens of unrequited attacks on pro-life maternity centers and churches across the country since the Dobbs case in which Roe v. Wade was destroyed, first leaked in May.
The new ad contrasts America’s first Catholic president, John F. Kennedy, who vocally condemned the burning of churches in the 1960s and “promised justice” for the offenders, and the second Catholic president in the country’s history, Joe Biden, who shows the ad that violent protesters are encouraged to “keep protesting, keep making your point”.
Biden’s comment was in fact in response to a question about White House protesters opposing the Supreme Court’s abortion decision
CatholicVote, an advocacy group based in Madison, Wisconsin, is running the digital ad on TV in Washington, DC, Arizona and Wisconsin, as well as online across the country. The group says it is an effort to expose a pattern of injustice against religious and pro-life Americans by Biden’s Justice Department.
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“They are politicking law enforcement and seem to be determining what crimes they will prosecute based on the victims’ beliefs,” CatholicVote president Brian Burch told Fox News.
“It is appalling that our President and Attorney General are unwilling to pursue justice, and their unwillingness to speak out about these crimes only encourages the continued attacks and deprives faithful people and volunteers who volunteer to protect pregnant women.” help women in need in danger.”
Since the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson, there have been attacks ranging from vandalism to incendiary bombs on pro-life organizations and churches. Bethlehem House, a crisis pregnancy center in Easthampton, Massachusetts, run solely by volunteers who provide free baby equipment to mothers, was attacked Thursday.
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The group claiming responsibility for the attack is known as Jane’s Revenge, a radical pro-choice group that declared “open season” on pro-life maternity centers in June and has claimed responsibility for vandalism and arson since Roe’s overthrow. v. Wade . The vandals sprayed a message on the grounds of Bethlehem House that read: “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you,” a phrase recognizable as the group’s signature on several such attacks.
Pro-life groups are angry at the lack of arrests or prosecutions in such cases and are demanding that the FBI and DOJ act.
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The Justice Department and the White House did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Danielle Wallace of Fox News contributed to this report.