As the Justice Department often reminds us, white supremacists pose the No. 1 domestic terrorist threat to America. Merrick Garland's Justice Department even had FBI teams dedicated to monitoring "domestic terrorist" parents at school board meetings. And last year, about 30 FBI agents raided a pro-life advocate's home over an incident that had happened a year earlier and been litigated — they were back with the FACE Act (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances) to make it a federal crime.
The ACLJ says it's gotten a response to its FOIA request for documents related to the unlawful targeting of "radical traditionalist" Christians.
After we filed a FOIA request, the Biden Administration informed us that it found 1,200 pages of documents related to the unlawful targeting of “radical traditionalist” Christians.— Jay Sekulow (@JaySekulow) September 4, 2023
This begs the question – what is in these pages? https://t.co/lv1qwZYJih
John Monaghan reports:
Previously, we told you about our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request regarding the FBI’s targeting of “radical traditionalist” Christians under the guise of targeting “white supremacy.” Specifically, an FBI intelligence analyst wrote what is called a “Domain Perspective,” i.e., a memo outlining the ideas and habits of a group under surveillance – i.e., conservative and pro-life Christians in churches.
The ACLJ then leaped into action and sent a FOIA to the FBI in order to expose who in the FBI knew about and was behind this abhorrent memo. When the FBI did not comply, we went to court. The Biden FBI has just informed the ACLJ and a federal judge that it has found at least 1,200 pages of “potentially responsive documents” to our FOIA and needs more time to continue further searches. This begs the question: What in the world is the FBI doing with 1,200 pages of documents related to the targeting of Christians?
"Two questions immediately come to mind about the pages," asks Monaghan: "(1) Why is the FBI surveilling churches at all? (2) And do they have more?"
Details of undercovers inside those churches in multiple states, with no indication of reasonable suspicion or probable cause of any crime?— Maga Fabio (@Maga__Fabio) September 4, 2023
Details about senior executives approving operations without Wray's knowledge, leading him to make false statements under oath to congress?
The scary thing what is the criteria for the definition of a radical Christian? And who created it— Geoff Brand (@GeoffBrand97) September 4, 2023
Radical traditional Christians do not worship baal— Seymour Foley (@FoleySeymour) September 4, 2023
Did they ever find any evidence about Jane's Revenge, the domestic terrorist group that formed after the Dobbs decision?