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FBI admits to 1,200 docs connected to unlawfully targeting ‘radical traditionalist’ Christians

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The FBI admitted via a FOIA request filed by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) that it has found 1,200 document pages that are related to the unlawful targeting of “radical traditionalist” Christians.

“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 reported.

“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?” the organization asked.

That’s a great question quickly followed by, “What are they trying to hide?” It’s evident the FBI is buying time, trying to figure out how to spin the targeting of Christians. Of note, while they are allegedly going after Christians, no one in the domestic terrorist group Jane’s Revenge has ever been arrested for attacking pro-life advocates and clinics in the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.

“Two questions immediately come to mind about the pages: (1) Why is the FBI surveilling churches at all? (2) And do they have more?” the ACLJ asked.

They don’t know what the FBI specifically has that it is slow-walking on revealing concerning these documents, but they can guess.

“In our FOIA we asked the FBI for documents [and communications between key FBI officials] related to pro-life people, Christianity, Catholics, or the memo regarding the targeting of ‘radical traditionalist’ Christians, for any discussions about the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision (which our Whistleblower client testified they were targeting pro-lifers after Dobbs), and one question about the standards used to create the outrageous memo,” the ACLJ stated.

The group had specific requests they wanted provided by the FBI.

“All records of communications between or including the FBI’s Director, Deputy Director, Chief of Staff, General Counsel, or any of their senior staff or assistants, or of any other FBI official of a GS-13 or appointee level or higher personnel (including forwarded email messages or CC or BCC email messages), about pro-life people OR Catholicism (including adherents of Catholicism) OR Christianity (including adherents of Christianity) – all in the context of analysis, threat assessment, domestic terrorism, or the monitoring of such people,” the group noted concerning the filed requests.

“All records of briefings or communications between or including the FBI’s Director, Deputy Director, Chief of Staff, General Counsel, or any of their senior staff or assistants, or of any other FBI official of a GS-13 or appointee level or higher personnel (including forwarded email messages or CC or BCC email messages), that mention the Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, No. 19-1392, 597 U.S. __ (2022),” the ACLJ continued.

“All records of communications between or including the FBI Richmond field office personnel, including analysists, senior staff or assistants, or of any other FBI official of a GS-13 or appointee level or higher (including forwarded email messages or CC or BCC email messages), about the memo described in the “Background” section above,” the organization added.

“All records of communications between or including the FBI Richmond field office personnel, including analysists, senior staff or assistants, or of any other FBI official of a GS-13 or appointee level or higher (including forwarded email messages or CC or BCC email messages), about pro-life people OR Catholicism (including adherents of Catholicism) OR Christianity (including adherents of Christianity) – in the context of analysis, threat assessment, domestic terrorism, or the monitoring of such people,” the ACLJ concluded in its thorough and all-encompassing requests.

The ACLJ acknowledged that getting these answers will be difficult and they will have to be tenacious in extracting the information, especially when it comes to getting anything out of FBI Director Christopher Wray.

It would also be interesting to know exactly how a “radical traditionalist” Christian is defined by the agency and the Biden administration.

But the organization is determined to ferret out the information that the FBI, Department of Justice, and the Biden administration want hidden in connection to the persecution of Christians.

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