Here we go again.
A woman at the University of North Carolina was caught on video as she allegedly punched a member of the pro-life group Created Equal, after she saw some truthful signs that “triggered” her.
Created Equal’s mission is to show people the truth about abortion and this reality caused a liberal female student to freak out and result to violence instead of having a discussion.
Austin Beigel, a Created Equal intern, says he was the one attacked in the video.
“I was recently assaulted on campus at UNC while peacefully talking to students about abortion,” Beigel posted on his Facebook page. “Violence from abortion supporters is becoming more common.”
In the video (shown above), you see Beigel talking with another student and as soon as he turned around he was greeted by the leftist woman.
“Did y’all put these up?” she’s heard asking. “Is this you?”
Both of the males there responded “yep,” and that’s when she flipped her wig.
“F***ing terrible person,” the triggered woman said as she punched and appeared to kick Beigel. “You’re a terrible person. This is not okay!”
Isn’t it ironic how this woman allegedly attacked Beigel while saying “you’re a terrible person?” Did she forget she was the one punching him?
After trying to calm the liberal woman down to no avail, the Created Equal members tried called the police who later arrived to the scene. The officers told them they would not put the woman in handcuffs but would arrest her by citation.
“She’ll still have to go to court, she’ll still have to do all that,” the officer said. “She’s still being charged with the crime… but she still is being charged with the crime.”
“It will be a misdemeanor assault charge for what she did,” he continued.
Mark Harrington, the president of Created Equal, chimed in on this incident, saying, “Pro-abortion activists are losing the argument, and instead of seeking debate they are escalating the violence on peaceful preborn defenders on college campuses. We will never cave to acts of violence or intimidation. We will return hate with love for mothers and their babies."