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May 9, 2019


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DAILYKENN.com -- A female was video recorded repeatedly punching a pro-life man on a college campus.




The woman was identified as "Jillian Ward, 19, a pro-choice feminist." The attack occurred at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

In my opinion, she is neither pro-choice nor a feminists. Those who deny the right to a lifetime of choice to innocent babies are hardly "pro-choice." Those who do not oppose the invasion of the Islamic rape culture in Western nations are not "feminists". 

Leftists portray themselves as inclusive and tolerant. In reality they seem to tolerate and include those they can manipulate to advance their cultural Marxism agenda. 

From foxnews.com ▼

A liberal college student was arrested for assaulting a representative of the pro-life group Created Equal after she attacked him at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill - and it was all caught on camera.

Jillian Ward, 19, a pro-choice feminist and aspiring journalist, said she was triggered by graphic photographs depicting aborted children put up by Created Equal. The group uses the images to show "the gruesome reality of abortion and to engage students in conversation about this human injustice."


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