PA Rep Brian Sims Encourages Followers to Dox Schoolgirls For Protesting Planned ParenthoodChris Menahan
May. 07, 2019
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Pennsylvania's first openly gay lawmaker, Democrat Rep Brian Sims, shared video on Facebook where he said he's "got $100 for anybody who'll identify" three young schoolgirls protesting against abortion outside of a Planned Parenthood in southeastern Pennsylvania.
"I'll donate $100 to Planned Parenthood if anyone who knows who these awful people are," Sims said.
Sims shared the video to Facebook on April 18 along with a statement attacking the girls for their Christian religious faith:
I'm here at Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania, in Center City, Philadelphia and of course there's a group of "Christians" out here shaming the girls and families coming here for medical treatment!Sims says in the video (via Breitbart):
What we've got here is a bunch of protesters -- a bunch of pseudo-Christian protesters -- who have been out here shaming young girls for being here. I've got $100 for anybody who'll identify any of these three.Despite being targeted harassment against children, the video is also still up on Sims' Facebook page:
[Update: Sims appears to have taken the video down himself.]
On Monday, another video of Sims' went viral where he harassed an "old white lady" and attacked her Christian faith for legally and lawfully protesting the same Planned Parenthood.
While nationalists and populists are banned from social media for their "dangerous" political views elected representatives like Brian Sims are allowed to target children for harassment without any issue.
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