Over the last couple days, Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Sims has been taken to task for aggressively harassing his own constituents.
How is it even possible for a politician to think that’s okay?
Videos of the elected official — who absurdly claims to be fighting bigotry — condemning an elderly lady and three teenagers’ race, religion, and beliefs play out as an Ode to Breathtaking Immaturity, not to mention hypocrisy.
— Brian Sims (@BrianSimsPA) May 5, 2019
Subsequently, some folks are ready to see the lawmaker working at a FedEx Office. Or anywhere other than in a position of power forcibly funded by taxpayers — including the senior citizen he was an unbelievable _______ to.
In fact, an online petition to remove Brian from the legislature has so far received almost 16,000 signatures.
How does a numbskull — who “welcomed” Vice President Mike Pence to Pennsylvania with a flipping of the bird, attacked white people for being white even as he is white people, and bullied and threatened to doxx three teenagers (the youngest of them 13) — end up in any position that doesn’t require non-slip shoes and a crash course in fryer management?
I supposed that’s a question for PA District 182’s voters.
It’s certainly one that won’t be answered by the mainstream media — as reported by Fox News Wednesday morning, CNN had run zero stories about the goob’s sidewalk abuse.
Ashley Garecht — mother of two of the young teens pushed around by Brian — told Fox he’s a dork for more than one reason:
“Just the fact that he’s an adult male interacting aggressively with teenage girls, that alone is inappropriate. Him being a politician doesn’t just supersede him being an adult man aggressively approaching teenage women.
Sims has stoked the fires:
Garecht and her husband, Joe, started a GoFundMe “Show Brian the Power of the Pro-Life Movement” to help make something good come out of this, with the goal of raising $100,000 for the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia. As of Wednesday morning, they had raised about $28,000.
Pro-life advocate Abby Johnson called the bearded bull “absolutely unfit to serve.” She’s one of many hosts of Friday’s rally in response to his hecklin’ and hasslin’, “to show that peaceful prayer volunteers cannot be silenced or bullied out of standing up for what they believe.”
To sign the petition, visit this link.
Enjoy the great videos below, particularly Dave Rubin’s fantastic segment.
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