Biden DOJ attacked this 75 year old Christian woman and the reason why will disgust you

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The Left has perfected the art of attacking pro-lifers.

And the FACE Act is their weapon of choice.

Now the Biden DOJ has attacked this 75 year old Christian woman and the reason why will disgust you.

In a stunning turn of events, a 75-year-old pro-life activist, Paulette Harlow, has been found guilty of participating in a blockade of a Washington, D.C., abortion clinic back in 2020. 

While the Department of Justice (DOJ) cites violations of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, conservatives are left wondering: is justice being served or suppressed?

Harlow, hailing from Kingston, Massachusetts, faces a potential 11-year prison sentence, a three-year supervised release, and a hefty fine of up to $250,000. 

The charges, stemming from the 2020 sit-in, allege violations of the FACE Act, a law intended to supposedly safeguard access to so-called “reproductive health services.”

However, critics argue that this law, passed in 1993, has disproportionately targeted pro-life activists rather than fostering balanced protection.

The FACE Act, designed to combat “violent, threatening, damaging, and obstructive conduct,” has become a legal battleground primarily against pro-life individuals. 

Notably, it’s the same law under which pro-life father of seven, Mark Houck, was charged and later acquitted earlier this year. 

The DOJ’s persistent use of this law against those opposing abortion raises questions about the impartiality of justice.

While Harlow awaits her sentencing hearing on March 19, 2024, the DOJ’s pursuit of a lengthy prison term has sparked concerns, especially given her significant health issues. 

Her defense attorney, Allen Orenberg, expressed optimism that the judge might opt for home detention due to her health concerns. 

Orenberg highlights Harlow’s need for regular medical attention and asserts that this would be better served under house arrest than within the confines of a prison.

The charges against Harlow stem from a broader legal battle against pro-life activists involved in the 2020 clinic blockade. 

The DOJ claims that evidence presented during the trial revealed the use of social media, text messages, and telephone calls to organize the sit-in, suggesting a premeditated plan by the activists.

The video of the protest, livestreamed on Facebook, captures the activists praying the rosary and singing hymns inside the clinic, underscoring the deeply rooted convictions of those opposed to abortion. 

However, the DOJ contends that the protesters engaged in tactics such as making a fake patient appointment, using chains and locks to barricade the facility, and resisting arrest to prolong the obstruction.

One critical incident during the blockade resulted in the injury of a clinic nurse, highlighting the potential risks and consequences of such protests. 

The DOJ claims that the activists’ actions forced a patient to climb through a receptionist window for access to the clinic, while another, in distress, was denied entry.

In a press release, the DOJ stated that Harlow “intentionally injured, intimidated, and interfered with Patient A and clinic employees through force and physical obstruction.” 

Patient A refers to an individual seeking reproductive health services on the day of the protest.

The contentious nature of this legal battle is further exacerbated by the fact that the Washington Surgi-Clinic, where the blockade occurred, is operated by Dr. Cesare Santangelo. 

Santangelo gained notoriety when secretly recorded in 2019, stating he would allow a child who survived an abortion attempt to die if born during the procedure.

Additionally, the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) alleged in April 2022 that it obtained 115 aborted babies from a medical waste driver leaving Santangelo’s clinic. 

This revelation has sparked calls for an investigation into potential violations of federal abortion laws.

As Harlow’s case adds another chapter to the ongoing battle over abortion rights, pro-lifers are left questioning whether the legal system is upholding justice or suppressing their deeply held convictions. 

Harlow stood her ground at a notoriously evil clinic, but she is being drastically punished for her convictions. 

The clash between pro-life activists and legal authorities underscores the broader cultural divide surrounding the sanctity of life and the right to protest against murder. 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on this developing story.