Filling in for the idle FBI

Filling in for the idle FBI

Filling in for the idle FBI

Pro-lifers in New York have come to terms with the fact that federal authorities don't actually want to arrest pro-abortion terrorists.

Jim Harden of CompassCare Pregnancy Services is frustrated. His Buffalo, New York facility was firebombed more than six months ago, and even though the FBI eventually announced a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the culprits, no arrests have been made.

"It's a difficult situation right now, specifically because the FBI is so clearly politicized, so clearly corrupt from the top down," Harden laments. "We're being forced, because of the FBI's negligence and their abdication of their duty, to investigate because of their political ideology, and we're being forced to have to do our own investigation."

His organization is now working in conjunction with the Thomas More Society and private investigators to do the work the FBI refuses to do.

Harden does not believe the Biden administration's FBI wants to make any arrests.

Harden, Jim (CompassCare Pregnancy Services) Harden

"If we do make arrests, they'll be able to start to draw a straight line between Jane's Revenge -- the pro-abortion terrorist group -- and political bad actors and Big Tech that are censoring us," the pro-lifer submits. "This is a nationwide conspiracy to deprive pro-life citizens of equal protection under the law and their First Amendment rights of freedom of religion and freedom of speech."

More than 200 pro-life churches and pregnancy help centers have been vandalized in recent months. Most recently, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Heritage Sanctuary, where Martin Luther King, Jr. once preached, was vandalized with pro-abortion graffiti. The FBI released photos of 10 people who are believed to have committed the crime and is offering a $10,000 reward for info, arrest, and conviction of those responsible for the vandalism.