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Attorney General Merrick Garland Advises Criminals “Work At Night, We Can’t Catch You”



There are so many awards shows that no-one cares about, you would think that the suggestion of adding another one would fall on deaf ears. That said, I would like to suggest one more …. The 20___  Stupidity Awards!  Notice, I Left the year blank, because as long as the Biden administration occupies the White House it will be a clean sweep every year.

The most recent winner is (unbelievably), the Attorney General of the United States, Merrick Garland.

I have written two previous articles on the disparity between attacks on pro-abortion and pro-life clinics. According to research done by the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC ), there were 135 attacks against pro-life groups between May and September of 2022. During that same time period the CPRC reports that there were only 6 attacks against abortion clinics, groups, or supporters.

According to the CPRC:

“The bottom line is that after the Dobb’s decision was leaked, there was over 22 times more violence directed against pro-life groups than pro-choice organizations. However, if the media is less likely to cover violence against pro-life organizations, the 22 times estimate will underestimate the relative violence against these groups.”

In typical fashion, the mainstream media has ignored the real story and instead has attempted to portray the pro-life movement as the violent entity.

This discrepancy is obviously politically motivated, and yesterday to defend their undeniable bias, Attorney General Merrick Garland appeared before Congress.

Senator Mike Lee, Republican from Utah, pressured Merrick for an explanation.

“In 2022, and for the first couple of months of 2023, DOJ’s announced charges against 34 individuals for blocking access to or vandalizing abortion clinics, and there have been over 81 recorded attacks on pregnancy centers, 130 attacks on Catholic churches since the leak of the Dobbs decision, and only two individuals have been charged. So, how do you explain this disparity by reference to anything other than politicization of what’s happening there?”

Now, before we get into his answer/advice about criminal prosecution, I wanted to remind you that this isn’t some guy off the street offering up an answer. This is the Attorney General of the United States sluffing off political prejudice and justifying their actions with the most ridiculous excuse imaginable.

Get Ready, …. here is the Attorney General’s explanation:

“I will say you are quite right. There are many more prosecutions with respect to the blocking of the abortion centers, but that is generally because those actions are taken with photography at the time, during the daylight, and seeing the person who did it is quite easy. Those who are attacking the pregnancy resource centers, which is a horrid thing to do, are doing this at night in the dark.”

He then reiterated, “These people who are doing this are clever and are doing it in secret.”

Really, …. what a criminal theory. Committing a crime in secret, now that is a new concept.

Did Garland just blow off attacks against pro-life centers by saying the criminals were “clever” because they committed the crimes at night?

WOW! I sure wish this genius wouldn’t have left that tip out of the bag, now everyone can be a criminal mastermind.