Life News: Biden Admin Admits Churches Across America Face Increased Threat of Attacks

Life News

The Biden administration has warned that churches and church-related institutions face an increased threat of attack due to the caustic nature of the U.S. political landscape.

The United States as a whole “remains in a heightened threat environment” for “the coming months,” thanks to “perceptions of the 2024 general election cycle and legislative or judicial decisions pertaining to sociopolitical issues,” says a May 24 bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security. Top targets include churches and other houses of worship, schools, and police. The official communication cites the March 27 mass shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, a private Christian institution affiliated with a Presbyterian congregation, which left six students and faculty dead before police killed the shooter, a 28-year-old woman who identified as a transgender male.

The number of church attacks had already tripled over the previous four years. A total of 397 U.S. churches suffered a total of 420 acts of hostility between January 2018 and September 2022, Del Turco found in a separate report. Churches of every denominational background and theology came under attack, often from Satanic-themed assailants.

But churches known for taking a pro-life, pro-family stand find themselves the most likely to end up in assailants’ crosshairs. “In the United States, the majority of the churches that face targeted attacks are Catholic churches,” Del Turco told The Washington Stand. “By and large, the Catholic Church has the reputation of upholding longstanding Christian positions on social issues in defiance of demands to adopt new secular dogma rooted in the Sexual Revolution, including abortion, same-sex marriage, and gender ideology.”

The agreement sparked outrage among judicial observers. “[T]his deranged trans terrorist badly damaged a Catholic church, fought with the police, assaulted a church employee, and scared the hell out of a little old lady praying,” said Mike Davis, founder of the conservative judicial group the Article III Project.

Read the full article HERE.