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The Biden Administration’s attacks on Christians and pro-life activists continue.

The DOJ is targeting peaceful pro-life activists even as actual violent criminals and terrorists roam free.

But now one pro-life pregnancy center is fighting back and just filed a major lawsuit and blasted Biden’s DOJ and FBI for one astounding reason.

A network of pro-life pregnancy centers that has seen its offices attacked and vandalized multiple times by pro-abortion thugs is suing two individuals responsible for the attacks.

Not doing their jobs

The lawsuit comes after Biden’s Department of Justice disgustingly declined to press charges against the criminals.

In a statement, CompassCare announced it filed a Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act complaint in federal court last week against pro-abortion thugs Jennifer Page and Hannah Kamke in connection with attacks on CompassCare’s Amherst, New York, facility.

The FACE Act “makes it unlawful for a person to use force, the threat of force, or physical obstruction to intentionally injure or intimidate a person because he or she is or has been obtaining or providing reproductive health services.”

And Biden’s FBI and DOJ have been using the FACE Act to target peaceful pro-life activists for merely silently praying outside of abortion mills.

Yet when it comes to actual violent acts against pro-life clinics the DOJ has ignored the crimes.

The complaint states that Page violated the FACE Act by taking part in a pro-abortion counterprotest to CompassCare’s May 2021 “Walk for Life.”

At this counterprotest, according to the lawsuit, “pro-abortion extremists banded together in disguise to block the public highway, to prevent pro-life citizens from exercising their first amendment rights, and to threaten and intimidate patients, employees, prospective patients and supporters of CompassCare from working at, seeking services from or supporting CompassCare.”

Trespassing, vandalism, and theft but no DOJ Actions

The complaint also alleges other actions by Page include “trespassing on the property and writing graffiti in the driveway of the facility, thereby blocking entrance to the facility’s parking lot and intending to deter, and in fact deterring, staff, volunteers and patients from entering the facility.”

Page was also charged with theft by Amherst Police after stealing a “No Trespassing” sign from the facility.

Kamke was charged in connection with the March 16, 2023, vandalizing CompassCare’s sign by spray-painting the word “Liars” on it.

She pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct last month and was ordered to pay $2,580 in restitution.

The CompassCare complaint asks a judge in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York to issue an order preventing the defendants from going within 100 feet of any pro-life pregnancy center or CompassCare facility in the state of New York.

It also seeks a “judgment against Defendants, jointly and severally, in the amount yet to be determined for compensatory and punitive damages.”

And CompassCare is also asking the court to award its attorney’s fees.

While Kamke has been charged by local law enforcement with defacing the CompassCare sign that received national attention, the criminals behind last year’s firebombing of the facility remain at large.

The New York CompassCare attacks were just a couple of the hundreds of pro-abortion attacks on pro-life clinics, churches and pro-life non-profit groups following the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2022 ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that overturned Roe v. Wade.

CompassCare CEO Rev. Jim Harden said about the lawsuit, “It is ridiculous that as pro-life citizens we are forced to do the job of both the FBI and the DOJ. The FBI refused to investigate so we hired private investigators. The DOJ refuses to indict, so we brought FACE Act charges.”

Not it’s time to repeal the FACE Act and stop the unequal and unconstitutional assaults on pro-life Americans.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.