The Biden Administration's approach to law enforcement has come into question.
RALEIGH, N.C., May 22, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Biden Administration's approach to law enforcement has come into question.
On May 17, Rep. Marjorie Green filed articles of impeachment for Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray for, among other things, permitting "the Department of Justice to target people of faith and those seeking to protect the sanctity of life" of the Biden Administration.
CEO of CompassCare, Rev. Jim Harden applauds Rep. Greene on the filing, noting, "This is a good start. The leadership in the DOJ, FBI, and DHS need to be questioned for both depriving pro-life people of equal protection under the law and for undermining the rule of law for knowing, permitting or participating in federally-defined domestic terrorism."
On May 15, a special hearing of a House Judiciary Subcommittee was conducted to explore "attacks on pro-life facilities, and the Biden Administration's use of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act."
On May 12, 2023, Rev. Harden called for "redoubled efforts by both the Senate and House Judiciary committees" calling for a funding freeze of federal law enforcement pending thorough investigations. A week later, on Thursday, May 18, another hearing was held to review FBI retaliation against whistleblowers who brought to light the Bureau's targeting of pro-life entities.
Rev. Harden added, "Impeaching Wray and Garland is a good first step. But undermining the Constitutional rule of law by coopting law enforcement to deprive pro-life people of their rights goes all the way up to Biden himself."
Harden reminds all members of Congress and all candidates for President, "It is the role of government to protect all people equally, without qualification or political persuasion because all people are created in the image of God. This corruption will not be solved by an election. The trouble within the executive branch of federal government, including federal law enforcement, is so vast the 118th Congress can only begin the herculean task of rooting it out. The hard work of special investigations, military tribunals, suspension of funding, indictments, impeachments, and imprisonments will take years. This work is what the oath now requires of all Congressmen and Senators. This work is what the oath of office will require of the next President. I wonder who, if anyone, is willing or able?"
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