In the video below, a passerby woman swung at a pro-life group’s intern at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) in April, according to video footage released Tuesday.
People, please understand that this was an unprovoked assault that is usually taken very seriously by any university campus police. Law enforcement merely gave her a citation and let her go. Had it been the other way around does anyone seriously think it would have been the same response?
This is the Left’s approach to quell dissent. Use of force is their favored tactic when their ideology is questioned. They preach tolerance but that just gives them cover to subjugate those who disagree with them on their belief and value system, which is based on the philosophy of Marx.
Created Equal was at UNC to show “large signs depicting the gruesome reality of abortion” and engage in discussions with students on April 2, a Tuesday press statement from the group said. The appearance was part of a tour across 14 college campuses in three states.
“Footage of the outburst begins with a woman asking our team, ‘Did you put these [signs] up?’” the news release said. “When they respond affirmatively, she proceeds to repeatedly punch and kick a member of our staff.”
“This is wrong,” the woman yelled. “This is triggering.”
Created Equal intern Austin Beigel claimed he was the one assaulted in the video, according to a Tuesday Facebook post. [Daily Caller]
After watching that, it’s hard to believe the police walked up and allows the activist to drops the crosses to the ground and walk away after the assault.
— Kristan Hawkins (@KristanHawkins) March 15, 2019
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