A crazed pro-abortion protester jumped out of her car and threw used tampons at a group of pro-lifers in Memphis, Tennessee.
Television station WREG reports that police were “on the scene for several hours after a woman attacked pro-life protesters outside a Memphis abortion clinic.”
A video shows the woman storming back to her car after the incident.
Protesters told the television station that a woman “threw used tampons at them while yelling curse words.”
“She threw that on me and I can still smell it. Then she went back to the car and got a pan — that had more of the same in it. She was going to the girls — heading toward them — and I instinctively blocked it,” one victim told reporters.
Elsewhere in Memphis at least two portraits of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett were desecrated at Rhodes College, a private school in Memphis. Barrett graduated from Rhodes in 1994.
A conservative student at the university sent KWAM NewsTalk Memphis exclusive photographs of the vandalized portraits.
Some scribbled in red marker, “Go f*** yourself,” on the Supreme Court justice’s Hall of Fame portrait.
Another portrait included profanities as well as art work depicting her as a devil.
Rhodes College did not respond to inquiries about the vandalism or whether suspects had been identified and punished.
There have been grave concerns that radical leftists — including at places like Rhodes — might respond with violence in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
“It’s unfortunate that Justice Barrett’s portraits were vandalized,” said nationally syndicated radio host Todd Starnes. “But the sort of attack at Rhodes College is not all that unusual. Intolerance and wokeness is a benchmark on many of our nation’s colleges and universities.”