Pro-Life Activist Prosecuted By Biden Admin. Running For Congress

Mark Houck, the pro-life activist who was prosecuted by the Biden administration over an alleged confrontation outside of an abortion clinic, announced last week that he is running for Congress. 

Houck was acquitted earlier this year after facing 11 years in prison for allegedly violating the FACE Act, a federal crime making it illegal to injure, intimidate, or interfere with anyone due to their status as an abortion provider.

The father of seven is now challenging incumbent Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick in the Republican primary for Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District.

“I am running for Congress to further protect my family, those in the 1st district & the Republic. I will focus on restoring traditional values & principles that are central to the American identity, such as faith, family, & freedom of speech, religion, & the right to bear arms,” Houck said.

From The Daily Wire:

Houck, who leads a nonprofit group that provides sidewalk counseling at abortion clinics in Philadelphia, was prosecuted over an incident involving his then-12-year-old son at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility.