This past week saw two conservative groups file a lawsuit which alleges that the Biden administration is hiding information about the problem.
According to the Catholic News Agency (CNA), the Heritage Foundation and Advancing American Freedom accuse the Department of Justice (DOJ) of ignoring their Freedom of Information Act requests on church and pregnancy care center attacks.
In many cases, responsibility for the attacks was claimed by a radical pro-abortion terror group known as Jane's Revenge.
Fox News reported that Jane's Revenge released a letter last year in which it declared "open season" on pro-life advocates, adding, "We will never stop, back down, slow down, or retreat."
While the DOJ has yet to make any arrests in connection with the organization, it has made a point of targeting pro-life activists.
Fox News noted that Pennsylvania resident Mark Houck was acquitted in January of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act. Houck was charged following an altercation outside of a Philadelphia Planned Parenthood.
J. Marc Wheat serves as general counsel for Advancing American Freedom, and he provided a statement to CNA regarding the case.
"It is clear that President Biden’s politicized Department of Justice is fearful of igniting the wrath of the far left and abortion extremists," CNA quoted him as saying.
"The American people have a right to know why those who burned and vandalized pregnancy centers have not been held accountable for their violence against traditional conservatives and pro-life groups," he added.
Meanwhile, Mike Howell is director of the Heritage Foundation Oversight Project, and he complained that the DOJ uses a double standard when it comes to abortion-related crimes.
"They refuse to prosecute those who violently attack pro-life organizations simply for existing and who attempt to coerce and intimidate Supreme Court justices into ruling the way the mob desires," Howell asserted.
"Meanwhile, they send SWAT teams to the homes of pro-life Americans to arrest and prosecute them on trumped-up, phony charges," the activist continued.