Political Correctness Runs Wild on Capitol Hill with New Congressional Leadership in Place; Anti-War Protestors Spray-Paint the United States Capitol with No Arrests
Cindy Sheehan disrupts and forces Capitol Hill news conference to be cancelled with no arrests.
Contact: Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director, Christian Defense Coalition, 202-547-1735, 540-538-4741 cell
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 /Christian Newswire/ -- Political correctness runs wild on Capitol Hill D.C. with new congressional leadership in place. Anti-war protestors spray-paint the United States Capitol with no arrests. Cindy Sheehan disrupts and forces Capitol Hill news conference to be cancelled with no arrests.
Meanwhile, pro-life activists detained by United States Capitol Police for using children's sidewalk chalk on Capitol Hill public sidewalks. And, pro-life leaders denied entrance to Speaker Pelosi's Open House at the Cannon House Office Building by police officers.
It now appears with Nancy Pelosi as the new Speaker of the House anti-war protestors will be given immunity while those who disagree with the Speaker and the new leadership will be targeted.
Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director of the Christian Coalition, comments, "It is essential that all Americans be treated with equality and justice regardless of their political viewpoint. Sadly, it seems this is not the case with Speaker Pelosi and the new democratic leadership. Anti-war protests are allowed to spray paint the United States Capitol and disrupt news conferences with impunity and no fear of reprisals. At the same time, pro-life activists are treated in a completely different manner.
"Does anyone believe if a pro-life or Christian activist had spray-painted the United States Capitol or disrupted a news conference that they would not have been immediately arrested? The message that Speaker Pelosi is sending is a tragic one. If you are anti-war and agree with Speaker Pelosi's agenda, you will be protected. If you disagree with that agenda, you will be targeted. No American should be treated like a second-class citizen or intimidated by their government because of their political beliefs."
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