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WATCH: Street Preacher Viciously Assaulted by Mob of High Schoolers
Remember how we said you shouldn't go to college? Don't go to high school either. Apparently they like to beat the crap out of people there. Watch what happens to this "street preacher" when he nears high school kids. We time-stamped the video to where there were confrontations with students.
That metal clanging was the sound of a baseball bat vs his skull. The bat won.
Let's dissect why the beating ensued:
1) Kids are susceptible to brutish mob-think, rendering them apish.
2) They were "triggered." Earlier in the video the preacher openly condemns homosexuality and other sins. That's a big no-no in 2016 (see Canada to Sentence 'Anti-Trans' Speakers to Prison). Notice how their biggest argument against him was "God says not to judge" because "only God can judge." Meanwhile they're telling him he's a horrible Christian, a terrible person, and how dare he. In other words...judging.
Then came the ultimate judger, a bat-weilding teenager girl. She decided to issue a verdict, followed by the sentencing. In this case, a bat to the head.
A bat to the head because he said some unpopular things on a bull horn. Across the street from a high school. Was he obnoxious about it? Perhaps. Was it foreign for these students to hear someone say "homosexuality is a sin"? They'd probably never heard it before. Fine. But none of that excuses aggravated assault. This preacher had every right to be where he was and say what he said. Because the First Amendment. The students had every right to disagree. They had every right to engage in a discussion. Because the First Amendment.
They did not have a right to beat him up. Line crossed.
It's not just the kids either; that adult man who confronts him is wrong on all fronts. He says "these is kids." Meaning kids shouldn't have to listen to you? These is kids needed their safe space? These is kids needn't be triggered by differing opinions? I fail to see how these is kids cannot hear differing view points. Why couldn't these is kids continue on their merry way home, rather than resort to a mob mentality and assault? Asking for a friend.
But if this street preacher were an LGBTQ advocate? He'd be celebrated. They'd give him a cake, not a concussion. A cake no doubtably made by a LGBTQ-threatened Christian baker. Because everyone is free to influence teenagers... so long as they're not Christian (see Elementary School Calls Cops on Student For Handing Out Bible Verses and Third Graders Forced to Read Transgender Book About 'Boy in Dress').
By the way, the bat-wielding assailant? A lesbian.
If you're out there in your safe-space thinking this preacher was acting like a troll, or how dare he say words, Biblical or otherwise, congratulations, you've missed the point. This preacher broke no laws. He's clearly on public property, not the school itself. That means he can be as inflammatory as he wants. Guess what? Still can't assault him.
If you listen to the things he's yelling at the beginning of the video - sure, some of it is cringe-worthy. But it pales in comparison to a mob of kids cheering as this guy potentially suffers brain damage. Tell me again about how tolerant and loving the left is. I'll wait.
These are the hideous monsters the left has created. They think feelings matter more than personal safety. Even someone's life. Disagree with them? Get a bat to the head. #LoveWins