Why Does The Occupy Movement Approve Of Throwing Condoms At Catholic School Girls?
This isn’t political expression; it’s a fascistic attempt to silence people.
Demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street movement threw condoms on Catholic schoolgirls, refused to allow a Catholic priest to give a closing prayer, and shouted down a pro-life speaker at a Rhode Island right to life rally on Thursday, according to its organizer. The event marked the third time protesters associated with the movement have disrupted a pro-life meeting in a week.
About two-dozen members of Occupy Providence hiked from Burnside Park to the 39th Annual Pro-Life State House Rally organized by the Rhode Island State Right to Life Committee on Thursday.
The pro-life organization’s executive director, Barth E. Bracy, told LifeSiteNews.com that, near the end of the rally, the Occupiers “strategically fanned out with military precision.”
That’s when they “started showering condoms down on some of the girls from a Catholic high school.”
They gathered around speakers at the podium, shouting them down or otherwise jostling them and members of the audience.
Bracy, who finished only a quarter of his keynote address before being drowned out by chants and catcalls, said the Occupiers — who carried a large sign reading “Occupy Providence” and wore distinguishing arm bands — physically bumped several people. “They’re touching you. They’re swarming you,” he said.
The Providence chapter openly planned its actions on its Facebook page, Bracy said.
Given the 6000 arrests and violence associated with it, police across the country should classify the Occupy Movement as a gang and start treating it that way instead of catering to these loafers, thugs, and bums whose only goal seems to be to harass the productive and decent people in this country.
As we discussed a few days ago, Senate Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid still intends to push the bill that
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