FBI and Religious Bigotry


FBI and Religious Bigotry

Bradley Mattes   |   March 06, 2023

You may have heard about the memo generated by Biden’s FBI bureau in Richmond, Virginia.  It targeted traditional Catholics who oppose abortion and believe in traditional marriage as potential domestic terrorists.  The memorandum distinguished what the FBI deems acceptable and unacceptable Catholic beliefs and practices.  Not surprisingly it generated tons of outrage.  Now twenty state attorneys general want answers from Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray.  They’re demanding an investigation and something we don’t see much of in DC – accountability.  They want to know where the memo originated and a full explanation for behavior we thought was only possible in books of fiction.  There’s no place for religious bigotry.

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  1. The Democratic Party has a long and shameful history of bigotry directed towards blacks, Catholics and Jews. Woodrow Wilson is exhibit A. This was a sitting President who wasn’t in least bit shy about his often outrageous bigotry. We shouldn’t be at all surprised at the behavior on the part of the Democratic controlled federal bureaucracy. Historically, the Democratic Party was the party of the Klan, Jim Crow and segregation.

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