Another day, another story about pro-choice/pro-abortion aggression towards pro-life activists. The right to freedom of expression in Canada is heralded, except when it isn’t.
Georges Buscemi, president of Campagne Quebec-Vie, said the number of incidents at pro-life vigils lately raises concerns for him about freedom of speech. “These types of altercations seem to be almost routine now,” he said. “They’re not provocateurs or anarchists. They’re everyday people who seem to consider the message and people second-class citizens.”
The thinking behind it, he suggested, is that “those guys, their statements, are out of bounds so we’re allowed to push them around.”