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Biden Admin Criticized for Leniency Toward BLM Rioters, Harsh Sentences for Pro-Life Activists

President Joe Biden has continued to support abortion rights during his time in office, which has become a significant part of his legacy. The White House’s stance on abortion was highlighted this week as a pro-life activist, Lauren Handy, received a nearly five-year prison sentence for violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act. Handy organized a blockade at a Washington, D.C. abortion facility in 2020, leading to her conviction. The prosecutors had initially sought a six-year sentence for her actions.

It is concerning to see the Biden administration cracking down on pro-life advocates while showing leniency towards individuals involved in the Black Lives Matter riots of 2020. One such example is Montez Terriel Lee Jr., who set fire to a Minneapolis pawnshop, resulting in the death of a man. Despite federal guidelines recommending a 20-year prison sentence for Lee, prosecutors only requested a 12-year sentence. This stark contrast in treatment has raised questions about the administration’s priorities and values.

Texas Representative Chip Roy and Missouri Senator Josh Hawley have both expressed dismay over the apparent preferential treatment given to individuals involved in the Black Lives Matter riots. Roy criticized the Department of Justice for seeking leniency in Lee’s case, citing political motivations behind the decision. Hawley went further to suggest that critical race theory has influenced the DOJ’s handling of such cases, emphasizing the need for unbiased and fair treatment under the law.

The disparity in sentencing between pro-life activists and individuals involved in violent riots underscores a concerning trend in the justice system. It is crucial for the rule of law to be applied consistently and without political bias. The Biden administration’s approach to these cases raises doubts about its commitment to upholding justice and protecting all Americans equally. It is essential to hold all individuals accountable for their actions, regardless of their political beliefs or affiliations.

Written by Staff Reports

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