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Sen. Ron Johnson: Firebombing of pro-life office ‘fits’ FBI definition of ‘domestic terrorism’


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Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., Officially asks why an arson attack on the office of a pro-life organization in Wisconsin is not being investigated or considered an act of terrorism in a letter he detailed in “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Saturday, noting that the FBI’s own definition of a “domestic terrorism incident” states that it is an “ideologically motivated criminal act” .

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SEN. RON JOHNSON: Of course, they are happy to call parents who show up to school board meetings concerned about the indoctrination of our children, domestic terrorists. Here’s the FBI’s definition of domestic terrorism incidents, says, “An ideologically motivated criminal act, including threats or acts of violence, committed in pursuit of a domestic ideological purpose.”

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., says he believes throwing a Molotov cocktail into a pro-life office meets the FBI’s definition of domestic terrorism as an “ideologically motivated criminal act” during the “Fox & Friends Weekend” Saturday, May 14, 2022.

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Now, I think throwing a Molotov cocktail into a pro-life office fits that definition. But apparently FBI Director Merrick Garland and the President of the United States don’t. They don’t even oppose it. And I don’t know what kind of resources they are devoting to investigating the perpetrators of this act versus the largest FBI investigation in the history of this nation, of people who entered the Capitol at the doors that were open to them. .

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