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EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans are pressing the Department of Justice to take action against violent activists who have been targeted Crisis Pregnancy Centers And places of worship in an attempt to intimidate pro-life Americans and judges.

Rep. Sitting on the House Judiciary Committee. Ken Buck, R-Colo., Who is leading the Republicans in this responsibility, told Fox News Digital that the DOJ “does not behave” and that it is “disgraceful” to defend Supreme Court judges and pro-people. – Living Centers.

“This shows that the Department of Justice is political at the highest level,” Buck said. “It targeted parents who attended school board meetings. It used the FBI to target these parents, although it completely ignored the laws on books intended to protect the independence of judges and the judiciary.”

Member of Congress referred to federalism US Code 1507, A “picket or parade” by someone “near or near a US court” with the intent of interfering with, obstructing or obstructing the administration of justice or influencing any judge, judge, witness or court official. Or residence “imposes a fine or” imprisonment for more than one year, or both. “

Anti-abortion activists cross the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on January 21, 2022 to participate in the 49th Annual March for Life.  The rally attracts activists across the country who have called on the US Supreme Court to overturn the Row vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion across the country.

Anti-abortion activists cross the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on January 21, 2022 to participate in the 49th Annual March for Life. The rally attracts activists across the country who have called on the US Supreme Court to overturn the Row vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion across the country.
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Nancy Mays ‘Jane’s Revenge’ seeks to hear investigative attacks on crisis pregnancy centers by others

“This is really a serious violation of federal law, and they should take it seriously,” Buck said, referring to groups of protesters who often gathered outside judges’ homes after the Supreme Court’s draft opinion on the Dobbs leak was leaked. v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Roy v. The court stated its intention to quash the waiver.

Last week, an armed man Taken into custody Outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh in Maryland, Roy v. Accused of murdering a judge. The draft leak from Wade stemmed from anger at the expected manipulation.

“I’m concerned about the threats against Supreme Court justices. I’m concerned about the ability of these organized crime units across the country to act in a concerted manner that threatens Americans. Said with News Digital.

Supreme Court Associate Justices Brett Kavanagh and Nicholas Roske were the perpetrators of his assassination attempt.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) (Facebook)

Supreme Court Associate Justices Brett Kavanagh and Nicholas Roske have been charged with attempted murder. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) (Facebook)
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Since the leak, a group known as “Jane’s Revenge” has been responsible for more than a dozen attacks on crisis pregnancy centers in recent weeks, declaring it an “open season” on pro-life centers.

Buck told Fox News Digital that although he did not know much about the specific group, Jane’s Revenge was “just a new name for the old group that was creating an atmosphere of violence and trying to intimidate them. Those who disagreed with them politically.”

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He also said that Republicans plan to pressure the Democratic leadership in the House to hold an inquiry into the attacks on pro-life centers. And if they do not, Buck promised when he hopes that Republican lawmakers will hold hearings after the 2022 midterm elections, and that the GOP will regain a majority in Congress.

WASHINGTON DC - June 21: Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday before the announcement of Dobbs vs. Jackson.

WASHINGTON DC – June 21: Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday before the announcement of Dobbs vs. Jackson.
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Buck plans to send a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland later this week, warning that the “tide of violence” will continue after the court’s official opinion is released in Dobbs. The rule is expected to come in by early July.

In a letter reviewed by Fox News Digital, Buck said the Biden administration, which has not yet taken action to stop the illegal intimidation, has made it a federal crime to destroy abortion clinics, including the former Clinton administration and abortion services. , Or places of worship.

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“Pro-life should stop attacking Americans’ constitutional rights to freedom of speech and religion,” she wrote in a letter to Garland.

GOP Reps are among the original co-signers to join Buck. Greg Stebe of Florida, Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin, Doug Lamborn of Colorado, Ralph Norman of South Carolina, Bill Posey of Florida, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Brian Bobbin and Unsense of Texas.

DOJ did not respond to a Fox News digital request for comment. The FBI told Fox News last week that it was investigating crimes against pro-life centers.