Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Same-sex 'Marriage' Advocates Confront Lone Woman with Cross

Local TV video from Palm Springs, California captures live a chaotic scene of big men screaming at an elderly lady, grabbing the large cross she held and stomping it to the ground, while the news anchors report that there's a lot of hate on both sides there.

-- From "Watch church lady meet same-sex 'marriage' protesters" by Bob Unruh © 2008 WorldNetDaily 11/10/08

An angry mob of homosexual activists in Southern California attacked an elderly bespectacled woman carrying a cross, then shouted her down during a live TV interview as she tried to explain to a reporter her defense of the state's new marriage amendment.

"WE SHOULD FIGHT! WE SHOULD FIGHT!" screams one pro-'gay'-marriage protester as the woman, identified as Phyllis Burgess, stands calmly with a reporter waiting to be interviewed.

The video is available on this link, courtesy KPSP-TV in Palm Springs.

Another is screaming, "GET OUT OF HERE," and the reporter tells her anchor team back at the station, "As you can see we are being attacked."

The video later was posted on the San Francisco State University College Republicans' website.

But the worst was yet to come, said Ryan Sorba, chairman of the college group.

"The video is astounding and chilling and speaks for itself," he wrote. "The end of this video illustrates the fate of religious freedom and marriage should pro-sodomy activists ultimately legalize so-called same-sex marriage by way of activist California courts."

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