“Outnumbered” co-host Kayleigh McEnany has put Democrat President Joe Biden and the Department of Justice (DOJ) on notice by exposing the administration’s anti-Christian bias.
McEnany was responding after the DOJ recommended no jail time for a vandal who admitted to defacing a Catholic Church in Bellevue, Washington.
The vandal also assaulted a victim at the scene and resisted arrest.
McEnany accused the Biden admin of fostering an “overt anti-Christian bias” because the DOJ has no problem cracking down on pro-life demonstrators.
“Viewers can do math,” McEnany said.
“The American people can do math.
“When you have an administration that won’t use the word Christian, when six Christians are murdered, when you have an administration whose FBI talks about going after radical, traditional Catholics.
“Just yesterday, we learned from Jim Jordan, an undercover agent, and the talk of going into Catholic churches.
“And then this, when Mike Lee puts forward there have been 34 arrests of pro-lifers, many of whom have been exonerated in courts of law.
“81 attacks on pro-life facilities, and only two prosecuted?
“That doesn’t include Catholic churches.
“What does that all add up to?
“An overt, anti-conservative, anti-Catholic, anti-Christian bias on the part of this administration.
“It’s not that hard,” she said.
“You just add up the pieces, and you see what they equal.”
The Biden administration has exhibited a definite anti-Christian, anti-conservative bias.
The evidence ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/YJoqMdn6qT
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) April 12, 2023
According to Fox News:
“I think it’s just a rise in secularism in the United States,” Arielle Del Turco, assistant director of the Center for Religious Liberty at the Family Research Council (FRC), told Fox News Digital.
Del Turco is the primary author of “Hostility Against Churches Is on the Rise in the United States,” the FRC’s report documenting the increasing rate of church vandalism in the U.S. during recent years.
In an update published this month, the report noted that 2023 is already on track to log the highest number of church vandalism incidents within the six years FRC has been tracking them.
According to the report, 69 acts of hostility against churches in 29 states have already occurred during the first quarter of the year, including 53 acts of vandalism, 10 arson attacks or attempts, three gun-related incidents, three bomb threats, and two other incidents such as assault.
The statistics represent approximately three times the number of hostile acts that FRC recorded in the same time frame last year.
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