October 3, 2018

A Poster Child for All Full-On Liberal and Immature Adult-Child Jerks

I would imagine his face has the same "I'm screwed" look as he attempts to tie his shoes in the morning. 

I hesitate to call this "thing" a male, for it is an affront to my own sensibilities and gender, however, and in respectful deference to his Creator, the reality is inescapable. Yet, he remains an ignominious jerk on full public display.

Really, Mr. Man-Child? Assaulting a young woman for simply speaking of her beliefs? Couldn't you have just walked around her or crossed the street in order to escape her affecting your obviously pricked conscience?

It takes no courage, no fortitude, no strength to allow one's emotions to fully control one's actions. All it takes is a pre-teens toddlers awareness that "acting out" what one feels will get them what they want: 


OK, my good man-child...I will do my part on getting you the attention that you so obviously crave. 

From Life Site News:

Marie-Claire Bissonnette's attacker winding up for his round-kick in Toronto, Sept. 30, 2018.


I’m a pro-life woman. This man just roundhouse-kicked me in public for my beliefs

October 2, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Life Chain is an annual event which consists of thousands of pro-life women, men and children standing on over 200 street corners across Canada holding signs that read, “Abortion Hurts Women”, “Abortion Kills Children,” “Adoption, the Loving Option”, "Life, We Stand On Guard For Thee", and “Pregnant and need help? Call (local pregnancy help centre phone number)”. This is an explicitly peaceful and silent protest. Participants are not allowed to begin conversations with passersby, nor are they allowed to display any aggressive behaviour at any point. No abortion victim photography is permitted.
My task for this year's Life Chain, which took place on Sunday, 30 September, was to manage the corner of Bloor and Keele, to hand out signs, and to take a headcount. Seventy-six sign-holders were present on that corner from 2:00-3:00 pm. One pro-abortion woman, probably in her late twenties, stood amongst us holding a sign that read, “My body, my choice, my right”. She was the only counter-protester present throughout, and she peacefully shared the corner with the rest of us. 
At around 2:30, I was assaulted.
Marie-Claire Bissonnette


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