After weeks of silence from the Biden administration, following an explosion of attacks on churches, pro-life organizations and individuals over the past 46 days, the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation – has announced Friday, June 17 that he was “investigating” the incident.
The full statement explains that: “The FBI is investigating a series of attacks and threats against pregnancy resource centers and faith-based organizations across the country.” To be precise, 52 attacks were counted in 46 days.
“The FBI takes all threats very seriously and we continue to work closely with our law enforcement partners and will remain vigilant to protect our communities.”
“We would like to remind members of the public that if they observe anything suspicious or have information about potential threats, report them immediately to law enforcement, call their local FBI office or submit a tip. at tips.fbi.gov.”
The statement did not clarify whether “faith-based organizations” include churches and places of worship, which suffered at least 15 attacks linked to pro-abortion activists during the same 46-day period.
In response to the Washington Stand’s request for clarification as to whether the investigation would include attacks directed at churches, the FBI replied, “We have no further details to provide.”
Pressure mounted last week on the Biden administration to act after a seemingly relentless wave of vandalism and destruction of property. A coalition of nine Conservative leaders recently sent a letter to the Justice Department demanding action.
This letter was followed by a strongly worded letter from Senator Tom Cotton, a senior member of the Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism Subcommittee, demanding the resignation of Attorney General Merrick Garland due to the Department of Justice’s inaction. Justice.
In a tweet on Friday, Republican members of the House Homeland Security Committee expressed frustration, noting that the FBI investigation was “way overdue.”
“This extremist behavior threatens the security of our homeland, which is why the Homeland GOP [Grand Old Party, i.e., the Republicans] requests answers from the Department of Homeland Security regarding its response efforts,” the Republican members said.
The extremist pro-abortion group known as ‘Jane’s Revenge’, which has previously claimed responsibility for multiple arson and vandalism attacks on pro-life organizations, released a letter on Tuesday saying ‘the leash is off’ as they vowed to continue their attacks. .