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Declassified FBI Texts Demonstrate Bias Against Anti-Abortion Activists
Is the "deep state" biased against pro-lifers?
Contact: Mark Harrington, National Director, Created Equal, 614-419-9000,  
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 12, 2018 /Standard Newswire/ -- In the midst of a swirling controversy over declassified communications between the FBI's Peter Strzok and Lisa Page involving the Russia investigation, new text messages have emerged demonstrating apparent institutional bias within the FBI against anti-abortion activists.
FBI's Strzok and Page misused a so-called "Russian Dossier" that they knew had no credibility to obtain a warrant to spy on an associate of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign and during Trump's initial days as a sitting president.
This dossier was created by the same opposition research firm (Fusion GPS) that was hired by Planned Parenthood in 2015 to perform a "forensic analysis" on the undercover videos released by the Center for Medical Progress, which showed evidence that Planned Parenthood was involved in the illegal trafficking of aborted baby remains and other crimes. That "analysis" falsely stated that the recordings had been deceptively edited and were not reliable as evidence in court.
Not only do the FBI's Strzok and Page texts contain evidence of their attempts to influence the outcome of a presidential election, but those sent during the 2016 March for Life also demonstrate hatred for anti-abortion activists and a desire to abuse their authority to "cancel the permit" for the pro-life event in Washington, DC.
The FBI's Strzok and Page are rabid abortion advocates who discussed using their authority to stop our JumboTron screens from showing abortion victims.
•To see what Strzok and Page (and Facebook) don't want you to see, click HERE:  
In these recently released profanity laced text messages, Strzok and Page complain about Created Equal's "offensive video screens" saying, "I truly hate these people."
This demonstrates the extent to which abortion advocates are willing to go to cover up abortion, and now the bias seems to have reached our highest levels of law enforcement.
"From the unwillingness to investigate Planned Parenthood's baby body part scandal to these new troubling revelations, there is emerging evidence of institutional corruption and bias regarding anti-abortion activists within President Obama's Department of Justice and FBI."
"We demand assurances from the Department of Justice and FBI that there is no institutional political bias toward anti-abortion activists at the highest levels of law enforcement," said Mark Harrington, President of Created Equal.
Created Equal is joining several other pro-life organizations calling for a thorough investigation of the FBI to discover any bias against anti-abortion activists.