VIDEO: Another Pro-Abortion Activist Physically Attacks a Pro-Life Woman

Last week a pro-life woman was kicked to the ground by a militant pro-abortion activist and this week another pro-life woman has been attacked in Canada.

The incident was captured on video at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, and shows a woman shoving Katie Somers, a pro-life advocate with Toronto Against Abortion.

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According to LifeNews:

In the latest reported case, pro-lifers with Toronto Against Abortion said they were doing an outreach Oct. 1 when abortion activists with the Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective began a counter protest.

Blaise Alleyne, one of the pro-life team members, said they were engaged in civil discussion with several of the counter-protesters when one of them, allegedly Gabby Skwarko, became hostile.

The video shows Skwarko knocking over one of their signs, pushing Somers repeatedly, grabbing something out of her backpack and then throwing the item.

“She chased after me, grabbed my full, stainless steel water bottle and smashed it on the ground, then grabbed my backpack, yanking me back and forth,” Somers said, recounting the attack. “I yelled, ‘Get away from me!’ And she came after me and shoved me. She then moved on to Blaise, bumping him in the chest with hers and saying, ‘Let’s go, are you filming me? Let’s do this!’”

A second video shows the same violent leftist throwing things at the pro-lifers:

Toronto police are reportedly investigating the incident.

This is the second pro-death activist attacking a pro-lifer in as many weeks.

Indeed, last week — also in Toronto — another shocking video showed a liberal delivering a vicious round house kick to a female pro-life activist.

The video was shared by Devin Sena, the president of the Human Defense Initiative.

As Daily Caller described the scene:

“If somebody gets raped by somebody and they’re like ‘I’m a 16-year old, I can’t have this baby. Think you should keep it?” the man asked.

The activist responded, “It’s a baby, if someone is raped and she gave birth and decided to kill her three year old child -,” and that’s when the person kicked her.

He then shouted “I meant to kick your phone.”

A voice can be heard asking for someone to call the police.

In another tweet, the woman who was assaulted, Marie-Claire Bissonette, reported that she was OK.

“Marie-Claire here – I’m fine. Thank you to all those who’ve reached out in concern. A few people have identified the man who attacked me. I understand the video is upsetting to watch, but please pray for the guy,” she wrote.

The leftist was later identified as Toronto hairdresser Jordan Hunt who not only lost his job but was later arrested by police and charged for the assault.

I thought people were supposed to be nicer in Canada?

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Warner Todd Huston

Warner Todd Huston

Warner Todd Huston has been writing editorials and news since 2001 but started his writing career penning articles about U.S. history back in the early 1990s. Huston has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, and several local Chicago News programs to discuss the issues of the day. Additionally, he is a regular guest on radio programs from coast to coast. Huston has also been a Breitbart News contributor since 2009. Warner works out of the Chicago area, a place he calls a "target rich environment" for political news.

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