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Exclusive:House Republicans act againstCrisis Pregnancy Centerand location-targeted violent activists Pressure on the Ministry of Justice to wake up worship in an attempt to intimidate Americans and judges in professional life.
Rep. Ken Buck, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, is responsible for leading the Republican Party and told Fox News Digital that it is a "shame" for DOJ to "do not act." Protects Supreme Court judges and professional life centers.
"ThisJustice Ministryhas shown that it is at the very highest level of politics," Mr. Buck said. "For parents attending school board meetings. We use the FBI to target these parents, but the legislation in the book aimed at protecting the independence of judges and the judiciary. I'm completely ignoring it. "
Congressman referred to FederalUS Code 1507,and" obstructed, obstructed, or intended to obstruct. " Anyone who "pickets or parades" in the judiciary, or "aimed to influence judges, judges, witnesses, or court officers" near US courts, or "such trials" "Near a building or residence occupied or used by an official, judiciary, witness, or court officer" fine, or "imprisoned within a year, or both."
Anti-abortion activists are the 49th Annual 3rd Participate in the month 2. Life as they march through the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on January 21, 2022. The rally brings together activists from all over the country calling on the US Supreme Court to overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion. (Win McNamee / Getty Images)
Nancy Mace to hear an investigative attack on the Crisis Pregnancy Center by "Jane's Revenge" "This is a very serious violation of federal law and they should take it seriously," Buck said after the leak to the judge. Of the Supreme Court's draft opinion in the case of the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Agency, which stated the court's intention to overturn the Law vs. Wade case, which referred to the protester mob who frequently gathered outside the house.
Last week, an armed man was detained outside Brett Kavanaugh's house in the Maryland Supreme Court with the intention of assassinating justice from anger. It is said that it was. About the expected overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case of Draft Leak.
"I am concerned about the threat to the Supreme Court judges. I am concerned about the ability of these organized crime units across the country to act together to threaten Americans. And the federal government has a role to play in blocking this. It failed before, but it shouldn't fail again, "Buck told Fox News Digital.
Supreme Court Deputy Judges Brett Kavanaugh and Nicholas Roske, the man charged with his attempted assassination. (Photo courtesy of Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) (Facebook)(Getty Images / Facebook)
Since the leak, the group called "Jane's Revenge" has been responsible. In recent weeks, there have been more than 12 attacks on the Crisis Pregnancy Center and the Pro Life Center has declared it an "open season."
Buck tells Fox News Digital that he doesn't know much about a particular group, but Jane's revenge is "just a new name for an old group who succumbed to hell in violence. ". Trying to intimidate the atmosphere and those who are politically opposed to them.
Letter signed by a radical abortion group Jane's Revenge declares an "open season" at the Republican Pregnancy Center
He also said the Republicans plan to pressure the Democratic leaders of the House to hold hearings on attacks on the pro-life center. If not, Buck promised that Republicans would hold a hearing after the 2022 midterm elections. He expects the GOP to regain a majority in Congress.
Washington D.C.-June 21: Outside the Supreme Court Demonstrators Dobbs vs. Jackson Tuesday Prior to Announcement(Photo by Joshua Comins / Fox News)
Backed by Attorney General Merrick Garland I will send a letter to. Over the weekend, the "flow of violence" warns that it will continue after the official opinion of the court in Dobbs has been released. The rules are scheduled for early July.
In a letter reviewed by Fox News Digital, Buck is still taking action to stop illegal threatening actions with the former Clinton administration, which made it a federal crime to destroy an abortion clinic. Includes those with no abortion services, or places of worship, juxtaposed by the Byden administration.
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Freedom of speech and religious freedom must be stopped, "said the letter to Garland.
Former co-signers of the Buck include Florida Republican Greg Stube, Tom Tiffany, Wisconsin, Doug Ramborn, Colorado, and Ralph Norman, South Carolina. , Bill Posey, Florida, Thomas Massy, Kentucky, Burgess Owens, Texas and Utah.
DOJ did not respond to FoxNews Digital's request for comment. The FBI told Fox News last week that it was investigating crimes against the Pro Life Center.
Kelly Laco is the political editor of FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent toKelly.Laco@Fox.comand Twitter: @kelly_laco.