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Pro-Choice High School Principal ATTACKS Pro-Life Advocates
You would think a high school principal would have more sense than this. Then you'd remember it's still 2016 for three more weeks. Crowderheads, meet Carlton Mable, a principal from Indiana...
On November 18, 2016, Mable, in front of students, tried to block pro-life advocates from displaying abortion-condemning signs on the public right of way and prohibit them from providing students with pro-life information. Mable even went so far as to physically wrest a sign away from one pro-life advocate before throwing it to the ground.
Mable’s tirade, caught on video and eventually halted by police, has resulted in the demand issued by attorney Thomas M. Dixon, Thomas More Society Special Counsel and President at Dixon, Wright & Associates, P.C. Acting on behalf of Created Equal and individuals whose First Amendment rights were trampled by Mable, the Thomas More Society has also asked the City of Fort Wayne for reassurances of the continued protection of the pro-life advocates’ constitutionally guaranteed rights.
Look, we can remind you how evil abortion is (see No, NARAL You Sick Bastards, Abortion Will NEVER be Funny… and Leftists Watch Abortion Video. Immediately Become Pro-Life On Camera!). But it's the holiday season and the weekend. So instead, let's just laugh at Carlton Mable. We can start with his parents naming him Carlton Mable. Because this dude doesn't know (or likely doesn't care) the difference between public property and his personal property. Like all leftists, he assumes what he feels entitled to is his.
The pro-life advocates had every right to be on the sidewalk, which is public property. It is from there they showed students the triggering pro-life pictures. Of abortion.
I want to note what bothered the principal was the abortion photos. Not abortion itself. A common theme among tolerant pro-choice advocates. How dare you show these photos of this thing I totally support. But if abortion is too horrible to show teenagers, who are old enough to get pregnant and have abortions, perhaps it's time we examine the procedure which results in the disturbing photos. Fair?
Of course not. In order for abortion to remain legal, in order for it to have the pretty little message of "my body, my choice" the act itself must remain hidden. As soon as the horrors of abortion are brought to public light, pro-choice advocates lose their unholy minds and lash out violently. NOt a surprise, since they're fine with violence being used against unborn children.