The FBI just admitted one thing about abortion-related violence that left jaws on the floor

The Left is ramping up their violent actions against pro-life Americans.

They’ve used threats, intimidation, and even arson and beatings to try and shut down the pro-life movement.

And even the FBI just admitted one thing about abortion-related violence that left jaws on the floor.

The FBI has been busy raiding Donald Trump and hunting down little old ladies for praying inside abortion facilities.

They’ve targeted conservatives, Christians, and gun owners, and used their police powers to arrest people for merely protesting peacefully for life.

Yet left-wing terrorists and thugs still roam free.

Quite a number of FBI investigations

But FBI Director Chris Wray shocked everyone when he admitted to some very troubling statistics.

At a recent hearing, Wray acknowledged that even according to the FBI’s own numbers, approximately 70% of abortion-related threats or violence since the Dobbs decision have been against pro-life groups.

“Now, we have quite a number of investigations — as we speak — into attacks or threats against pregnancy resource centers, faith-based organizations and other pro-life organizations,” Wray said. 

“And you might be interested to know that since the Dobbs Act decision, probably in the neighborhood of 70% of our abortion-related violence cases or threats cases are cases of violence or threats against […] pro-life organizations. And we’re going after that through our joint terrorism task forces, through our criminal authorities, FACE Act and things like that.”

Wray added, “We have about 20 field offices involved in this. And so we take it very seriously. And again, I don’t care you’re motivated by pro-life views or pro-choice views. You don’t get to use violence to express it.” 

But Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) said that while he supported Wray’s strong tone in explaining the violence against pro-life centers, he was also confused as to why the FBI has not been more vocal and active in its prosecution of the pro-abortion activists who threaten or attack pro-life groups.

Frustration at the media

The Florida Senator said, following the press and outside reporting, the public had to be forgiven for thinking the FBI was more concerned about prosecuting peaceful pro-life activists than those who threaten and even use violence against them.

Wray replied, “We don’t have the time for me to tell how frustrated I sometimes get by some of the news reporting about our work and the misreporting of our work. The circumspection that we display with regard to discussing our investigations is based on rules and practices that are important to people having confidence in the integrity of our work and go back decades, multiple administrations.”

Of course, Wray ignored the obvious fact that publicity and leaks from the Bureau regarding the arrest of peaceful pro-life activists is in the press regularly.

Meanwhile more than 100 crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), pro-life organizations, and churches have been attacked, some more than once, since the May 2 leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade.

And in some cases, we even know who was responsible for the violence, the radical pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge, who has claimed “credit” for many of the attacks. 

But, to date, not a single member of the violent group has been arrested.

Zero arrests in at least 18 known Jane’s Revenge attacks

More telling is that not one single arrest has been made to date in the more than a dozen attacks on pro-life organizations across the country, which Jane’s Revenge publicly claimed responsibility for.

So far, Jane’s Revenge has claimed responsibility for at least 18 arson and vandalism attacks on churches, crisis pregnancy centers, and other faith-based organizations across the country since May.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation told Fox News Digital in June it had launched an investigation into the targeted vandalism. 

Then, in a September 7 statement, the FBI said that it was still investigating the “series of attacks and threats targeting pregnancy resource centers, faith-based organizations, and reproductive health clinics across the country, as well as to judicial buildings, including the US Supreme Court.” 

Yet the bureau still refused to even mention Jane’s Revenge specifically by name.

Senator Scott is correct, Americans are right to think the FBI cares more about arresting 87-year-old Holocaust survivors for praying in front of an abortion clinic than they do arresting the violent terrorists from Jane’s Revenge.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.