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Pennsylvania State Rep. Films Himself Harassing a Pro-life Woman Praying Outside a Planned Parenthood

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Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims published a video to social media over the weekend showing him harassing an elderly pro-life woman who was peacefully praying and advocating alone outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

In the video, Sims, a Democrat representing Pennsylvania's 182nd District, tried repeatedly to shove his camera phone in the woman’s face to intentionally expose her identity while lambasting her with questions like, “How many children have you clothed today?”

“How many children have you fed today? Or have you just stood out in front of a Planned Parenthood shaming people for something that they have a constitutional right to do?” Sims demanded of the clearly uncomfortable woman.

“If you’re here about the children, you can pray at home for the children,” Sims continued.
 


In the nearly 9-minute video, Sims encouraged his supporters to donate to Planned Parenthood in the name of the woman he was haranguing. 

After getting called out on Twitter for verbally accosting an old woman on the street simply for standing up for the lives of the unborn, Sims fired back at his so-called “Bible Bullies" for their alleged hypocrisy.
 

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