On Wednesday, January 11, in one of the first acts of the 118th Congress, a Concurrent Resolution was passed with a massive 124 co-sponsors. The resolution, which does not require the President’s signature, now goes to the Senate. Legislators today through the resolution did three things: 1) condemned the spree of violence targeting Christian pro-life groups, 2) recognized the sanctity of all human life, and 3) called upon the Biden administration and federal law enforcement to protect the rights of pro-lifers.
Since the unprecedented breach in the security of the Supreme Court with the leak of the Dobb’s case overturning the 1973 Roe v Wade abortion ruling, 78 Christian pro-life pregnancy centers nationwide have been threatened and attacked, including the brutal firebombing of CompassCare’s medical office in Buffalo, NY where two firefighters were injured quenching the blaze. To date, there have been no arrests while the FBI and DOJ have been accused of being politicized to the point of abdicating their duty to investigate crimes due to the ideology of the pro-life victims. And while the threats against pro-life groups continue by the domestic terror network known as Jane’s Revenge, pro-life pregnancy centers have been vilified by pro-abortion politicians and censored by big tech.
Rev. Jim Harden, CEO of firebombed medical network, said in response to the House vote, was quoted in a press statement from Rep. Claudia Tenney regarding the Concurrent Resolution, “Absent the foundational belief that all humans are made in God’s image, endowed thus by our Creator, those in power become blind to the light of true justice. In that spirit, this Concurrent Resolution is a vital act of the 118th Congress, declaring the sanctity of all human life thereby demanding equal protection of all citizens. Those legislators who abandon this ground of free and civil human society, that all humans are equally valuable without qualification, disqualify themselves to represent such a society.”
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