By Pie Guevara
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Last Saturday Pro-life students praying as part of a 40 Days for Life vigil at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bellingham, Washington were met with lewd acts, people screaming obscenities, intimidation, threats and a woman yelling “Hail Satan!”
One person threw a vial of liquid at the group and a man exposed himself in front of the participants which included minors.
“The threats and vitriol must be stopped. Every day it seems like we hear of a new account of vandalism, threat of violence, or acts of intimidation towards peaceful pro-lifers,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of the Students for Life of America (SFLA). “What happened Saturday shows us the worst of the worst of the pro-choice movement; obscenity, Satan worship, and lewdness towards students. We firmly reject all acts of violence and intimidation towards our students.”
Hawkins went on to relate that she expected opposition, but didn’t think it would be so violence-oriented.”They say to us, ‘We hope you get raped,’ ‘We hope you die,’ ‘Your mother should’ve aborted you,’ and every cuss word that you can imagine. It’s just so, so violent, so dark.”
Autumn Lindsey, a student spokesperson for the SFLA and a leader in Whatcom Community College Students for Life stated, “We are in week two of 40 Days for Life and we’ve already seen this much hate and friction, and, so, you could take it as discouraging. I think their goal is to scare us away, but that’s not going to happen.”
The goal of 40 Days for Life prayer protests is to end abortion and encourage pregnant women to carry their children to term. Violent opposition and aggression by pro-abortion groups has followed 40 Days for Life prayer protests across America and in the UK as well.
Well folks, that is the left for you. Such a class act. Violence, aggression, threats, intimidation and the hurling of obscenities and unidentified liquids at anyone who dares to challenge their ideological orthodoxy. When it comes to imitating and emulating the Nazi brown shirts of the last century it is hard to beat the average leftist.