This post has some brutal content, but it reveals the character of a certain slice of our pro-abortion neighbors.
When you have no respect for human life at its inception, why will you have any respect for people with whom you disagree? When people are reduced to nothings at one stage, you will think you can hurt or humiliate, disfigure or abuse them at another.
Enter, pro-abortion protesters.
Bricks and Tampons Intended to be Thrown at Pro-Life Lawmakers Confiscated by Police UPDATE: Jars of Feces Too
[There is a photo over there which must be seen to be believed. I won’t post it here.]
Apparently chanting “hail Satan,” “f*ck the church,” “bro-choice” and holding signs that say “hoes before embryos” just wasn’t enough for pro-abortion protestors in Texas. According to reports on the ground, police have confiscated bricks, tampons, pads and condoms protestors planned to throw at pro-life lawmakers Friday before a final vote on legislation banning abortions past five months. Protestors continue to be loud inside the Capitol, but the Gallery where debate takes place is silent and under strict rules.
If you’re thinking the Occupy movement must be making a comeback through pro-abortion rallies, you’re not wrong. Many of the same people involved in the Occupy movement are based in Austin and deeply connected to radical, far Left movements. [And they are also hired by people who back big-business abortion.]
UPDATE: The Texas Tribune is also reporting about bricks being confiscated.
DPS officials has been searching bags before letting people into the gallery, requiring them to throw away paper goods such as magazines, receipts, feminine pads and tampons. One DPS officer said authorities had been instructed by the Senate’s sergeant at arms to confiscate anything that could be thrown from the gallery at senators on the floor. She said they had already found objects such as bricks, paint and glitter in bags. [Pro-abortion protesters were going to thrown bricks at lawmakers from the gallery.]UPDATE II: Police have also confiscated jars of urine and feces.
During these inspections, DPS officers have thus far discovered one jar suspected to contain urine, 18 jars suspected to contain feces, and three bottles suspected to contain paint. All of these items – as well as significant quantities of feminine hygiene products, glitter and confetti possessed by individuals – were required to be discarded; otherwise those individuals were denied entry into the gallery.
These are the tactics we have to be ready for.