A little prayer never hurt anybody, but one woman’s attempt to pray for the unborn, their mothers, and the doctors and staff working at a Planned Parenthood from the sidewalk outside got her harassed and bullied by Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims.
WATCH: Pennsylvania State Representative @BrianSimsPA harasses an elderly woman who is peacefully advocating for the lives of preborn human beings and women who are considering abortion.
This is shameful. https://t.co/Xb9pkFZSXC
— Live Action (@LiveAction) May 5, 2019
Sims proudly recorded his shameful display and posted it on social media.
Along with the video, Sims tells his followers they need to “push back against Planned Parenthood protesters.” He went on to claim in the same post that those who protest the intentional killing of the unborn “prey on young women” and “use white privilege & shame” and topped it all off with the ludicrous charge that those against abortion are racist.
Funny, those against abortion are the ones wanting Planned Parenthood — which kills a disproportionate number of unborn babies of color — to stop aborting all babies, regardless of what their race is.
After pro-life individuals pointed out Sims’ harassment of a woman simply praying for those who enter the abortion clinic, Sims went on the attack on Twitter once again, calling anyone who disagrees with his anti-life stance “bullies.”
“Bring it, Bible Bullies! You are bigots, sexists, and misogynists and I see right through your fake morals and your broken values,” he tweeted on May 5.
That Sims doesn’t see how hypocritical and bigoted his words and actions are would be laughable if his calls to confront and attack those with differing opinions didn’t come with a potential to incite his followers to violence.
Sims’ gleeful post comes on the heels of another state representative in Alabama, John Rogers, who gave a horrifying speech against pro-life legislation.
“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or kill them later,” Rogers said on the floor of the Alabama House of Representatives a day after the body had passed a law restricting abortion. “You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then you send them to the electric chair. So you kill them now or you kill them later. But the bottom line is that I think we shouldn’t be making this decision.”
Both Sims and Rogers are showing the dark underbelly of the pro-abortionist mindset. With their extremist rhetoric, Americans are seeing the ugly reality at the heart of abortion and ironically doing the pro-life movement a big favor.