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First on Fox: Representative Brian Bobbin, R-Texas and several of his House Republican colleagues withdrew the new resolution condemning it. Pro-abortion “domestic terrorist violence” Against churches and pro-life religious institutions.

Bobbin led the resolution that touched the House on Thursday The Department of Justice was incensed (DOJ) on their priority to investigate parents through a Teachers Union letter comparing them to domestic terrorists instead of going along with the “anarchists” who are attacking churches.

“According to the FBI’s definition, the DOJ is busy comparing concerned parents to domestic terrorists instead of prosecuting pro – abortion anarchists involved in domestic terrorism,” Bobin told Fox News Digital in a statement.

Pelosi emphasizes violence that increases DEM rhetoric on churches and pro-life clinics

Brian Bobbin, a spokesman for R-Texas, led a House resolution condemning the recent abortion-friendly violence against churches and pro-life organizations.

Brian Bobbin, a spokesman for R-Texas, led a House resolution condemning the recent abortion-friendly violence against churches and pro-life organizations.
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“We must enforce our laws and protect the organizations that these terrorists want to destroy,” he continued.

The resolution points to a number of cases in which churches and pro-life religious organizations have been targeted by pro-abortion extremists since the draft leaked the Supreme Court opinion repealing Roy v. Wade.

This includes the assassination attempt on Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanagh by a 26-year-old pro-abortion California man, as well as violent, criminal acts by FBI “domestic terrorism” individuals and / or groups. For theoretical goals.

The House condemned the actions of churches, pro-life organizations and the sitting Supreme Court judge and encouraged the FBI and DOJ to “properly investigate and prosecute domestic terrorists targeting religious organizations and pregnancy support groups.”

On June 8, 2022, a suspect attempted to assassinate Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanagh.

On June 8, 2022, a suspect attempted to assassinate Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanagh.
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It also called on the National Security Council to update its June 2021 strategy to combat domestic terrorism “with provisions relating to the prevention of domestic terrorist activities against religious organizations and pregnancy support groups.”

Reps from Texas. Nearly two dozen of his housemates are joining Bobin in the resolution, including several high-ranking Republicans, including Dan Crenshaw, Brian Mast of Florida and Lauren Bobert of Colorado.

In the current Democrat-controlled House, the resolution is unlikely to come to a vote – especially as the Democratic Party continues to attack progressive Kraken churches and abortion centers and constantly defy postings in front of Supreme Court judges’ houses. Federal law prohibits doing so.

Democrats in Congress are also less interested in bringing anything that could upset progressive activists around the abortion debate, while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Refused to condemn the attacks when pressured by reporters at her own press conference.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Refused to condemn the attacks on churches and pro-life organizations, instead calling her "especially American" politicization of the abortion issue at a press conference on Thursday.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Refused to condemn the attacks on churches and pro-life organizations, instead calling her “especially American” politicization of the abortion issue at a press conference on Thursday.
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Pelosini was asked by reporters at her daily press conference on Thursday whether she believes the rhetoric coming from her party is leading to attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers and churches persecuting the country.

She was a speaker who was denied communion by the Archbishop of San Francisco for her abortion views – did not condemn the attacks, but instead said that politicizing the abortion issue was “especially American”.

“Well, let me say one thing: a woman has the right to choose. To live up to her responsibility is to live with her, her doctor, her family, her husband, her important person and her God,” the speaker said.

“This debate, which politicizes all of this, is particularly relevant to America and is not appropriate,” she continued. “Other countries, such as Ireland, Italy and Mexico, have legal programs to extend a woman’s right to choose. Most Catholic countries.”

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“I am a very Catholic person and I believe every woman has the right to make her own decisions,” Pelosi added.

In addition, rhetoric from the Senate and the West Wing has been criticized for fueling protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices after an abortion ruling leak – again illegal under federal law.