January 19, the FBI added nine more crimes against pro-life entities to their Most Wanted page, including $25,000 reward for information leading the arrest of the perpetrators for each incidence. Since May 8th, there have been 186 coordinated attacks on pro-life entities with no arrests. The FBI’s reward money comes after months of accusations the FBI is biased against pro-life victims of violence. Accusations have come from not only the victims of violence such as Rev. Harden, but also the House Judiciary Committee, U.S. Senators such as Ted Cruz, and many U.S. Congressmen. Rev. Harden is suspicious of the FBI’s intent saying, “Curiously, this move comes ahead of the Judiciary committee’s demands for cooperation in their enquiry into the ‘allegations of politicization and bias [against pro-life people] at the FBI.’ The move conveniently makes Director Wray look like a hero without results.”
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