FBI Agents With Guns Drawn Raid Home Of Pro-Life Author

The Biden administration’s FBI has added a raid on a well-known conservative’s home to its list of questionable recent actions. On Friday morning, agents with guns drawn raided the home of Mark Houck, a pro-life author and activist, in front of his small children.

The father of seven who drove two hours every Wednesday to talk outside of abortion clinics in Philadelphia is accused of “shoving” a man away from his 12-year-old son.

Nevermind that it is pro-life centers that are constantly under attack after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the Department of Justice came aggressively after this minor case.

Houck is founder and president of “The King’s Men,” which promotes recovery from pornography addiction and living lives of Christian virtue for men in the U.S. and Europe.

None of this mattered Friday morning.

According to Ryan-Marie Houck, Mark Houck’s wife, 25-30 agents surrounded their rural home and beat on the front door with their guns drawn at 7:05 a.m. Friday.

She said her husband pleaded with agents through the door that he had seven children in the home before opening. Kids were screaming, she reported, “and it was very traumatic.”

When she accused the FBI agents of kidnapping her husband, they produced a warrant. It revealed that he was charged with violating the FACE act by attacking a “patient escort.”

That violation had already been thrown out this summer but was for unknown reasons picked up by the Department of Justice (DOJ).

Mrs. Houck detailed the incident, which occured in front of Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia. She said a pro-abortion activist went into their son’s “personal space” and hurled “inappropriate and disgusting” comments.

The man was uninjured by Houck’s shove but did attempt to sue him. The case was thrown out of court this summer. The DOJ, however, claimed in a press release that there were injuries that required “medical attention.”

For this alone, a pro-life activist was treated like a fugitive from justice in front of his wife and seven children. Now the author faces a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and fines up to $350,000. All for defending his son.