One pro-abortionist found out the hard way that she can’t always get her way. While walking on campus the young woman was triggered by pro-life activist’s signs. She took it upon herself to steal one of their signs and seem confused once law enforcement got involved. At one point she asked the officer, “isn’t there something else I can do?” when the reality sunk in that she was going to jail.
During a pro-life demonstration at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill by the group Created Equal, a woman approached the pro-life group and after a few words, stole their sign. The woman then made her way to the side of a building where she attempted to throw it off but was stopped before she could by the sign’s owner, Austin Beigel.
As this was happening, however, one of the pro-life crowd signaled a nearby police officer who witnessed most of what happened.
“Did you steal their sign?” asked the officer.
“I just moved it,” said the feminist.
When the officer asked her why she ripped it out of their hands, she responded: “This restricts women’s rights.”
“He’s promoting lies on a college campus,” she continued. “I can’t believe y’all protect them.”
Fox News reported that Mark Harrington, the president of Created Equal, told Fox News students need to be taught that disagreeing with someone doesn’t give them the right to break the law.
“College students who interfere with our First Amendment rights by assaulting us or stealing our signs are not the victims,” Harrington said. “Universities are failing to educate students on the basic American ideal of freedom of speech.”
In recent months, eight states – Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Arkansas, and Utah – passed laws limiting or banning abortion (with narrow exceptions, including danger to the mother’s health, incest and rape), while two others – New York and Virginia – pushed the opposite direction, liberalizing abortion to allow termination of a fetus at or near birth.