Biden’s weaponized DOJ just offered a sweetheart plea deal to a vandal who admitted to defacing a Catholic church with profane graffiti, destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary, assaulting a church worker, and resisting arrest.
Maeve Nota, a 31-year-old transgender who vandalized the St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue, Washington, will receive no jail time.
Nota smashed two glass doors with rocks and spray-painted “F— Catholics,” “rot in your fake hell,” “kid groomers,” and “woman haters” on the church’s outside walls.
When a church staff member tried to stop Nota, he was spray-painted across the face while attempting to chase Nota away.
When officers arrived, Nota used a backpack full of spray paint cans to smash the police vehicle’s windshield before turning herself in.
Police said, Nota “appeared intoxicated” and said she was “angry about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe. v. Wade.”
Police Capt. Darryl McKinney said Nota caused $10,000 in damages. McKinney labeled the crime a hate crime.
This is another example of the DOJ’s double standard when dealing with anti-Christian vandals and rioters.
For example, the FBI raided pro-life activist Mark Houck’s home for praying outside a Planned Parenthood facility. The Biden administration charged Houck with the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances or FACE Act, calling for the maximum sentence of 11 years in prison.
Luckily a jury acquitted Houck.
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