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First on Fox – A Catholic advocacy group has launched a $1 million ad campaign since Dobbs’ opinion on Roe v. Wade was first released to pressure the Biden administration to take action against dozens of abandoned pregnancy centers and churches nationwide. In May.
The new announcement was made by John F. Kennedy, America’s first Catholic president. He drew a contrast between Joe Biden, who vocally condemned the burning of churches in the 1960s and “brought justice” to the perpetrators, and Joe Biden, the nation’s second Catholic president. The ad says it encourages violent protesters to “keep protesting, speak up.”
Biden’s comments were actually a response to a question from the White House about the opposition to the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling.
Catholic Vote, a Madison, Wisconsin-based advocacy group, is running the digital ad on TV in Washington, D.C., Arizona and Wisconsin, as well as nationally online. The group said it was an effort to expose the injustices being perpetrated against religious and conservative Americans by the Biden Justice Department.
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“They’re politicizing law enforcement by pretending to decide which crimes to prosecute,” Brian Burch, president of Catholic Voice, told Fox News.
“Our President and Attorney General’s refusal to pursue justice and speak out about these crimes is fueling the ongoing violence and focusing on the plight of people of faith and voluntary pregnant women,” he said.
The leaked draft of the Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. jackson, Attacks ranged from vandalism to bombings of pro-life organizations and churches. Bethlehem House, in East Hampton, Massachusetts, which is run solely by volunteers from mothers who provide free baby supplies, was attacked on Thursday.
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The group claiming responsibility for the attack is known as Jane’s Revenge, which declared “open season” on pro-life pregnancy centers in June and claimed responsibility for vandalism and arson after Roe v. Wade was overturned. . The vandals painted a message on Bethlehem House property saying “If abortion is not protected, neither are you.” This word is the team’s signature in many attacks.
Pro-life groups are outraged by the lack of arrests or prosecutions in such cases and are calling on the FBI and DOJ to take action.
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The Justice Department and the White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Fox News.
Fox News’ Danielle Wallace contributed to this report.