An elderly woman bearing a cross who attended a gay marriage protest to voice her support of the California ban was attacked by demonstrators and may now press charges.You can watch the incident on YouTube here.
Carrying a large, Styrofoam cross, 69-year-old Phyllis Burgess showed up at a rally last Friday against Proposition 8, the ban on same-sex marriage that was passed on Election Day in California.
She was there to show her belief in traditional marriage, she said.
Within minutes, however, angry protesters swarmed around the Palm Springs resident, yanked the cross from her hands and trampled on it.
Now what, I ask you, would happen if a homosexual showed up with a rainbow flag at a pro-marriage rally, and the crowd pulled the flag from the homosexual's hands, trampled the flag, and surrounded the homosexual? My guess is that the media outcry would be immense, and that some dim whit anchor wouldn't be sitting back in the studio talking about "a lot of anger and a lot of hate, quite honestly, on both sides."
It's the tolerant left, physically attacking when they can't win the argument. If they keep it up, though, they might regret the inevitable counter-punch.
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