'In March of 2020, several members of Love Life were arrested in Greensboro, NC for peacefully praying outside an abortion clinic. We are grateful to share that this week the city of Greensboro ruled in our favor... Praise God!'
Intended to depict a dystopian future allegedly in store for America women due to pro-life laws, the ad actually presents a stunningly accurate image of the Biden administration’s shocking treatment of pro-life parents.
'The Department’s treatment of Houck stands in stark contrast to its treatment of ‘potential acts of domestic violent extremism’ against pro-life facilities,' the congressmen wrote in a letter to the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and to Attorney General Merrick Garland.
‘So, essentially, they had guns pointed at [the children]. It’s hard to even wrap my mind still around that thought,’ said Ryan-Marie Houck. ‘You just figure like one move from a four-year-old and something tragic could have happened.’
In an interview with Tucker Carlson on Monday, October 10, Vaughn told the Fox News host that when the FBI came to his house, some of his kids were just heading to the car to go to school. One of the FBI agents held the children off with a long gun.
‘We will not stop fighting for the lives of Pennsylvania’s unborn children no matter how many guns the federal government points at us,’ said pro-life advocate and Houck family friend Ashley Garecht to rousing applause.
Join John-Henry Westen in this episode of InFocus as he reviews the FBI raid on Mark Houck and presents commentary from journalist Patrick Delaney, who first broke the story, political commentator Jack Maxey, former U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnett, and more.