Biden’s DOJ lets transgender vandal off the hook for defacing Catholic church: ‘F*** Catholics’

President Biden’s Department of Justice outrageously cut a plea deal with a transgender activist who willingly admitted vandalizing a Catholic church with vulgarities, destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary, assaulting a church worker, and resisting arrest after the overturning of Roe vs. Wade.

The actions of Maeve Nota, a 31-year-old transgender, were seen by many as a hate crime.

The plea agreement was reviewed by Fox News Digital. The terms appear brazenly biased. The DOJ is recommending that Nota serve no jail time at all for defacing the church. The deal is in stark contrast to how the Biden administration is treating pro-life protesters outside abortion clinics.

“It is very clear that the Biden Justice Department has politicized and weaponized the FACE Act to go after pro-life Christians praying outside of abortion clinics like Mark Houck while turning a blind eye to violent felons terrorizing and badly damaging Catholic churches like Maeve Nota,” Mike Davis, who is the founder of the Article III Project, told Fox News Digital in an interview.

“The Biden Justice Department tried to put Houck in prison for 11 years for defending his son while recommending no jail time for Nota after this 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,” Davis contended.

During Nota’s unhinged attack on the church, he smashed two glass doors with rocks and then spray-painted the church’s outside walls with highbrow messages such as, “Rot in your fake hell,” “Kid groomers,” and “Woman haters,” among several other notably vile sentiments.

The transgender also spray-painted an employee of the church across their face who was attempting to force Nota to leave.

When confronted by the police, Nota took his backpack, which was full of spray paint cans, and used it to smash a police vehicle before turning himself in.

It appeared that Nota was intoxicated when he was arrested. The transgender claimed to be angered over the US Supreme Court overturning the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade according to Fox News.

Police Capt. Darryl McKinney told FOX13 Seattle shortly after the incident that the $10,000 in damages fall under a hate crime statute. Something that Biden’s DOJ studiously ignored.

The Department of Justice charged Nota with the destruction of religious property, a misdemeanor that can carry up to one year in prison and $100,000 in fines, according to filings from early March.

A week after that, a previously unreported plea agreement between the Justice Department, Nota, and his attorney shows that the DOJ will recommend no jail time and three years of probation when the transgender is sentenced on June 2.

In comparison, Houck had his home raided by the FBI after pushing a Planned Parenthood escort who reportedly accosted his son outside an abortion clinic. The Biden administration called for him to serve 11 years in prison. He was acquitted by a jury.

The Biden administration asserted that Houck violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which criminalizes using force with the intent to injure, intimidate and interfere with abortion clinic employees.

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