Merrick Garland is going to lose his job after being exposed with this one video

The DOJ has been weaponized against conservatives. Now we have the footage to prove it.

And Merrick Garland is going to lose his job after being exposed with this one video.

Six pro-life activists targeted by the Biden administration sung songs and called for peace at an abortion facility in Tennessee during a 2021 protest for which they risk 11 years in jail, according to films shown in federal court on Thursday.

The tapes were shown on the second day of the six pro-lifers’ trial in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, in the Fred D. Thompson courtroom in Nashville.

The Department of Justice has accused the pro-lifers with breaking the FACE Act and conspiring against civil rights, which may result in an 11-year jail sentence.

The allegations are the result of a March 5, 2021 protest in a hallway outside an abortion facility in Mount Juliet.

On that day, a group of activists assembled in an office building’s hallway outside the Carafem Health Center Clinic on the second level. The group prayed, performed hymns, and begged ladies who showed up to the clinic not to have abortions.

The defendants are Chet Gallagher, Coleman Boyd, Heather Idoni, Cal Zastrow, Paul Vaughn, and Dennis Green. Several of the defendants who spoke briefly with The Daily Wire following the trial’s lunch recess on Thursday were upbeat and cited their Christian beliefs.

Caroline Davis, one of those detained at Carafem, entered a plea agreement earlier this year and agreed to testify for the government. During her evidence, the prosecution showed videos of what occurred at Carafem during the protest.

Some of the recordings showed the group performing songs such as “Holy, Holy, Holy,” and “Onward Christian Soldiers,” while another showed members of the group speaking with authorities.

Another video showed one participant instructing another to talk “in love” to a guy and his girlfriend who had arrived at Carafem, saying that someone’s “baby is a gift from God.”

Gallagher was captured on camera instructing people there on March 5 to conduct themselves quietly and to avoid causing property damage. The organization aimed to meet ladies headed to Carafem for abortions and encourage them to keep their unborn children.

During her testimony, Davis stated that she was informed of the “Rescue” planned for Carafem and wished to participate. A “Rescue” is an attempt by pro-lifers to interact with women and convince them not to have abortions.

Davis stated that she changed her mind about attending the “Rescue” and that her “rational side” was “in the toilet” at the time she participated. She said that she changed her mind “over time” and that being charged by the federal government “terrified” her.

Davis became increasingly frustrated with the questions posed by Gallagher’s lawyer, Jodie Bell, throughout her cross-examination, particularly when asked how many times she met with the government prior to the trial.

When asked about a previous meeting with the prosecution and how long it lasted, she remarked, “I have a busy life” and exclaimed, “Oh my God,” when asked about another meeting with the government. At one point, Judge Aleta Trauger instructed her to simply answer the question without providing any commentary.

Davis stated that the protest’s goal was to “keep abortions from happening” and that it was always intended to be peaceful. She had been in jail for 28 hours after being caught for trespassing at Carafem.

Nobody at Carafem was arrested for assault or any assault-related offense. Davis said the most violent incident she witnessed was when a police officer pulled two pro-lifers aside while transporting a woman down the corridor to the abortion facility.

During cross examination, the prosecution objected to a defense lawyer’s use of the phrase “rescue babies,” which Trauger sustained. Davis will face further cross-examination on Friday.

For the second day in a row, the courtroom was filled with the defendants’ relatives and family. The trial is anticipated to continue until next week.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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