Nobody’s perfect, but everybody can agree that as a rule in basic human decency, an adult man shouldn’t try to physically or emotionally harm teenage girls. The question is, how would you feel if such a man spent his time doing exactly that while holding a political office?
According to the Daily Caller, Brian Sims announced on Monday that he was running for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. This is the same adult who infamously doxxed a small group of pro-life people by filming a video of three teenage girls praying outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in 2019. He declared on the recording that he’d give $100 dollars to anybody who revealed their identity.
“What we’ve got here is a bunch of…pseudo-Christian protesters who’ve been out here shaming young girls for being here," Sims said. "So, here’s the deal, I’ve got $100 to anybody who will identify these three, and I will donate to Planned Parenthood."
Sims also displayed racist behavior by calling them “a bunch of white people standing out in front of a Planned Parenthood,” even though one of the girls pointed out that she obviously wasn’t white (watch the video below, she really isn’t).
In this video, State Rep @BrianSimsPA says he’ll pay his followers $100 if they are able to dox three teen girls he films who are quietly praying outside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. How is this guy still allowed to be on Twitter? pic.twitter.com/yfNCHhRSqY— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) May 6, 2019
So if Sims doesn’t like to see young girls shaming other people, why is he...never mind. Would he have done the same if the protestors were, let’s say, men the size of Hulk Hogan?
Sims is a member of the LGBTQ community and was the first of his group to be elected to the Pennsylvania legislature as a representative. Too bad the first member of the alphabet mafia in the legislature is essentially a bully.
Ironically, Sims seems to have forgotten the whole incident already.
“We need adults in the room, and I want to bring bold visionary leadership based on lived experience and shared values to the Commonwealth,” Sims proclaimed in a campaign video.
Sure. It’s totally adult to persecute teenage girls who disagree with you. Sims really displayed “bold, visionary leadership” when he did that.
Ashley Garecht, the mother of two of the girls involved said, “Pennsylvania does deserve to have ‘adults in the room,’ as Mr. Sims asserts. He is not an adult in character or behavior. The State House is sullied by his cowardly presence, and the state of Pennsylvania deserves better in the office of Lieutenant Governor.”