"Tampons Confiscated, Guns Still Allowed At Texas Capitol Ahead Of Abortion Vote." But, tampons only things that can absorb such bullshit.—
Elayne Boosler (@ElayneBoosler) July 12, 2013
Guns were still allowed because there were no reports that people were going to either throw or shoot them at legislators. But it gets even worse, and we’ll get to that in a second.
As debate and voting proceeded on late term abortion legislation at the Texas Capitol, pro-abortion activists were entering the building with tampons, reportedly with the intent of throwing them at lawmakers opposed to late term abortion:
With that potential tampon hijinx in mind, authorities began confiscating them, much to the chagrin of those who believe throwing a Kotex at somebody is the best way to change that person’s mind:
The Texas legislature security guards confiscated tampons from women entering. Guns were freely allowed. So this is America.—
Lizz Winstead (@lizzwinstead) July 12, 2013
What the people complaining about the Great Texas Tampon Roundup of 2013 didn’t say was the reason the authorities temporarily banned those items, and it wasn’t just because they suspected they might be thrown:
Used? Yes, used. But wait, it gets worse:
Stay classy, pro-aborts!
Texas Democrats idea of "civility": Little girls with sexually explicit signs, "Hail Satan," throwing bricks and feces at senators.—
Rep. Steve Stockman (@SteveWorks4You) July 12, 2013
We’ll close with this important reminder that will likely fall on deaf ears where it’s needed most: