FBI Changes Face On One Pro-Life Center Attacked
Series Crosstalk America
Daniel Tomlinson is Vice President of Advancement at CompassCare, a Pregnancy Center in Buffalo, New York.
As Daniel outlined, the leak of the Dobbs case led to a national, pro-abortion crime wave. The result was over 160 attacks on pro-life organizations nationwide.
To date, no one has been arrested at the local, state or federal level.
On June 7th, CompassCare was attacked by a pro-abortion terrorist group calling itself "Jane's Revenge". They took credit for the attack and caused nearly half a million dollars in damage to CompassCare's Buffalo office. In addition, 2 firefighters were injured while fighting the blaze.
In June, CompassCare submitted its video surveillance footage to the police but had to sue them in order to get the video back. Oddly enough, a week after the mid-term election, after being threatened by the House Judiciary Committee and the 1,000 page report outlining the weaponization of the FBI, the FBI finally released an 18 second compilation of the video surveillance footage and offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the arsonist(s).
Daniel communicated that the reward money treats this as if it's an isolated incident and not actually part of a targeted campaign against pro-life service organizations. So he contends that if the FBI was serious about wanting to go after those responsible, they'd be offering a reward for each of the 150+ pro-life organizations that have been attacked.
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|Nov 30, 2022