Judge bars pro-life protester, pastor from setting foot in D.C.
A judge has barred a pro-life protester from setting foot in Washington, D.C., after he vocally interrupted Barack Obama's second inauguration. Meanwhile, a number of Marxist-led radical groups, with ties to the Obama reelection campaign, received permission to hold more visible demonstrations during Monday's inauguration events.
Rives Miller Grogan. 47, shouted pro-life slogans during the inaguration ceremonies as he dangled for five hours very high up in a tree, near the Capital Hill reflecting pool. Eyewitnesses say he only stopped during Beyonce's rendition of the national anthem.
The California-based activist and former pastor has been arrested numerous times over the last four years â including running onto the field at a Cincinnati Reds baseball game with a sign that says "Abortion is a sin."...
I think there is a right way and wrong way to do things, along with a proper time and place, but being kicked out of the state speaking the truth? Also, I find it interesting how the Marxist, radical groups get morw attention to be heard. This country has become so politically correct and weak that they are afraid to go against the haters in any way. What a bunch of feminized, metrosexual, tough as a hot amarshmellow, bafoons.