In 2019, former Planned Parenthood executive, Mayra Rodriguez, in Arizona sued for wrongful termination after she blew the whistle on the abortion giant claiming systematic sex crime cover-ups. She told one reporter that “many illegal immigrant women who work in the fields are raped by their foremen and then taken to Planned Parenthood.” There they are coerced into getting an abortion through the fear tactic of being deported. Rodriguez said, “I noticed all the atrocities…all the stuff the abortionists at Planned Parenthood hide from people. And I complained about it.” Rodriguez won her lawsuit. What is the status of the investigation into the abortion industry’s sex-crime cover-up now?
On September 19, a Congressional Committee on the Judiciary released a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray that a senior FBI whistleblower was “told that child sexual abuse material investigations were no longer an FBI priority.” The whistleblower insisted the FBI is deprioritizing child sex abuse investigations to pursue politically motivated cases fraudulently labeled “Domestic Violent Extremism” in order to “fit a political narrative.”
Four days later the FBI is directed to perform a dawn raid of the home of a non-violent pro-life leader, Mark Houck, terrorizing his wife and children at gunpoint. When asked about the raid, the former Assistant FBI Director Chris Swecker, after reading the warrant believes the SWAT attack is not justified by the facts, going on to say many in law enforcement are “disgusted.”
When viewing the disproportionate, even harsh, tactics targeting a non-violent pro-life leader with the failure on the part of the FBI to arrest even one person responsible for over 70 attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers—many taken responsibility by the domestic extremist group known as Jane’s Revenge—through the lens of reallocating resources away from child sex crime investigations, one might wonder if there is a connection. When Joe Biden heard about a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio traveling across state lines to Indiana for an abortion, the mainstream media carried the story as a reason why abortion needs to remain legal. However, once concerns were raised regarding the lack of justice and potential systemic sex-crime cover-up that the abortion industry may have enabled, the girl’s plight left the media.
Rev. Jim Harden, CEO of firebombed pro-life medical office said, “Why is CNN and the New York Times not following the FBI’s recent raid on a pro-life family’s home? Could it be for the same reasons they stopped carrying the story about the abused 10-year-old girl from Ohio? Perhaps they don’t trust the information or motives emanating from the Biden administration’s Justice Department any more than people like us who have been firebombed by the democratic party’s new KKK, Jane’s Revenge? One can’t help but wonder if child sex crime investigations were halted in favor of robbing pro-lifers of justice because those sex-crimes were finding too many dirty links to pro-abortion politicians in charge of the Democratic party, jeopardizing their mid-term election aspirations with jail time. How deep does the rabbit hole go?”
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