Friday nights during the summer are great for catching a movie with friends or a significant other. Well, unless you’re a Republican in the public eye. This is the Left's public practice of fascism at work.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi went to see the new documentary about Mr. Rogers “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” on Friday night in Tampa, Fla. with her boyfriend. But, some protesters — who apparently have nothing better to do — decided that Bondi and her boyfriend shouldn’t be allowed to go to a movie theater in peace, something you or I take for granted.
The protest/harassment of Bondi happened after the movie, and went so far that Bondi and her boyfriend had to be escorted to her vehicle by police.
Here’s video of some of the exchange:
Pam Bondi attempted to attend a screening of the Mister Rogers documentary a day after announcing her plan to end protections for health care consumers with pre-existing conditions. Here, via @timintampa, is what happened. pic.twitter.com/zMLrSayS8M— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) June 23, 2018
Anyone else notice that all of these recent protests — that essentially infringe upon Republican’s right to live free — have all targeted female Republicans? First, it was Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen last Tuesday. Then, it was Bondi who was protested as well as White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders this past Friday. Sounds like the protesters in these situations are sexist against women.
I just figured that I’d play “their” game since they’re usually so terrible at it.
The protest against Bondi came about because of her agreement to join other states in a lawsuit for those that oppose the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). Not only that, but the protesters took issue with Bondi over the recent illegal immigration lies perpetrated by the Left.
To Bondi’s credit, she didn’t allow herself to be deterred in living her life the way she sees fit.
According to Fox News, Bondi told her boyfriend “not to react,” because “that is what the protesters wanted.”
“I said, 'No way,’ Bondi said. “I'm not going to be bullied by them.”
Stories — like the ones we’ve seen recently — just prove my point that the most intolerant people are the ones who always preach tolerance.