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Occupiers Strike Again — This time against school girls

February 2, 2012
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It’s amazing that just last week, GOPUSA covered the actions of the Occupy Oakland mob and compared them with the Tea Party protestors. What a difference. And the examples keep piling up. Outside the Rhode Island capitol building, a group attending a Right to Life rally where harassed by some “occupy” protestors who felt the need to disrupt the rally by throwing condoms at Catholic school girls.

Todd Starnes reports on Fox News, that the executive director of Rhode Island Right to Life, Barth Bracy, said “their rally had to be cut short after the Occupiers began screaming and refused to allow a Catholic priest to deliver a prayer.”

“This is their idea of civil speech but we believe it’s an outrage,” Bracy told Fox News & Commentary “They started heckling, chanting and blowing whistles. They shouted down a priest.”

Last week’s rally was held inside the rotunda of the state capitol in Providence. Bracy said the Occupiers, along with some pro-choice demonstrators, infiltrated the crowd of some 150 pro-lifers. He said the pro-life crowd was made up of senior citizens, mothers with young children, Cub Scouts, and school kids.

Bracy then added that “one of the most egregious incidents occurred when an Occupier climbed to the third floor balcony and dumped a box of condoms on girls from a Catholic school.”

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Ok, media… cover that story! What is it that the Occupiers are supposed to be protesting? The whole movement is simply about the protest, not the message.

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