Merrick Garland has egg on his face after this Pro-Life father raided by the FBI found not guilty

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Joe Biden’s Department of Justice has been working tirelessly to persecute and prosecute Pro-Lifers.

All the while ignoring increasing acts of violence by terrorist pro-abortion organizations.

But now Merrick Garland has egg on his face after this Pro-Life father raided by the FBI was found not guilty.

The heated debate over life is turning more and more violent.

The terrorist pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge is vandalizing and burning down churches and Pro-Life centers.

And pro-abortion activists are getting more and more violent with Pro-Life activists.

On its FACE it’s wrong

The federal government is focusing all its efforts on going after Pro-Lifers.

They even arrested and 87-year-old Holocaust survivor for praying on a public sidewalk.

Biden’s FBI also raided the home of Mark Houck, a Catholic father and Pro-Life leader who got into an altercation with a Planned Parenthood “escort.”

All of these actions are using the FACE act as a way to raid, arrest, and prosecute Pro-Life activists.

The FACE Act makes it a federal crime to “force with the intent to injure, intimidate, and interfere with anyone because that person is a provider of reproductive health care.”

In Houck’s case he said he was merely protecting his son from the pro-abortion activist, Bruce Love, who Houck said was harassing his son despite multiple requests.

This case had already been thrown out of state court, but the feds decided to try federal charges.

They failed.

Acquitted of all FACE charges

After being deadlocked for days, the jury finally rendered its decision: Not Guilty on all counts.

Had he been found guilty, Houck could have faced 11 years in prison and a massive fine.

“This is a win not just for the Pro-Life movement and Mark but for free speech and every single American,” 40 Days for Life’s general counsel, Matt Britton, said in a statement.

Britton continued, “The federal government trumped up charges months after a local case had been dismissed. If the feds had prevailed, every argument in front of every abortion facility, no matter the subject, could result in federal charges.”

“The feds tried to make a point that they would not tolerate Pro-Life speech and tried to make Mark an example that they would charge and intimidate Pro-Lifers, all while claiming that they represent democracy and free speech. But not today. The system worked, and justice prevailed,” Britton concluded.

But it’s not just Pro-Life speech they want to shut down 

Houck’s case was the first of what is going to be multiple attempts to shut down the Pro-Life movement.

The FBI has now arrested a number of people for the “crime” of praying outside abortion mills.

In Houck’s case at least 15 heavily armed agents stormed Houck’s home while pointing their weapons at Houck, his wife and their seven children.

His children allegedly begged the agents not to arrest their father as the FBI surrounded the house in the early morning hours.

There is no doubt these intimidation tactics are the main point of what the DOJ is doing.

They hope that by causing such trouble for Christians and Pro-Lifers they can put an end to the Pro-Life movement.

Unfortunately for Merrick Garland, these efforts only energize the Pro-Life community to save even more children from the Holocaust of abortion.

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