During the “three days of demonstrations,” Students for Life at UC Davis set up shop in a common area on campus where members distributed pro-life materials and polled students on whether or not later terms abortions should remain legal in California.Perhaps they also need fainting couches. If that's the case they may as well go full Victorian and go back home, as such delicate flowers are clearly not mentally strong enough to be at a university.
But counter-protesters were quick to disrupt the demonstration, throwing pro-life materials to the ground and even harassing some participants for taking pictures of the protest.
In a video obtained by Campus Reform, members of UC Davis Students for Life appear to be talking to a counter-protester who in turn pushes a stack of pro-life flyers to the ground and proceeds to walk away.
“I’m not sorry, I’m not sorry!” she said to cheers from her fellow protesters.
Although a campus police officer was monitoring the protests, no action was taken against the student.
The WRRC (Women’s Resource and Research Center) also made counselors available to pro-choice students attending the rally to offer “empathetic listening, support, and access to mind spa services.”
Campus Reform reached out to the WRRC to ask for comment on its counter-protest but no response was received by press time.
In the real world, people will hold different views than you do. You must learn to live with that.