GOP push resolution condemning pro-abortion 'domestic terrorist violence' against churches, religious orgs

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FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas, and several of his House Republican colleagues dropped a new resolution condemning the pro-abortion "domestic terrorist violence" against churches and pro-life religious organizations.

Babin led the resolution that hit the House floor on Thursday and lambasted the Justice Department (DOJ) over their prioritization of investigating parents via a teacher’s union letter comparing them to domestic terrorists instead of going after the "anarchists" attacking churches.

"The DOJ’s busy likening concerned parents to domestic terrorists instead of prosecuting pro-abortion anarchists who are, by the FBI’s very definition, engaging in domestic terrorism," Babin told Fox News Digital in a statement.

"We must enforce our laws and protect the organizations these extremists seek to destroy," he continued.

The resolution points to several instances when churches and pro-life religious organizations were targeted by pro-abortion extremists following the leaked draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

It also points to the alleged attempted assassination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by a 26-year-old, pro-abortion California man as well as the FBI’s definition of "domestic terrorism as ‘violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups to further ideological goals stemming from domestic influences, such as those of a political, religious, social, racial, or environmental nature.’"

The resolution writes the House denounces the acts against the churches, pro-life organizations and sitting Supreme Court justice, and encourages the FBI and DOJ "to appropriately investigate and prosecute domestic terrorists targeting religious organizations and pregnancy support groups."

It also calls on the National Security Council to update their June 2021 strategy to combat domestic terrorism "with provisions related to preventing domestic terrorism operations against religious organizations and pregnancy support groups."

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