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Local police had to be called on transgender activists who gathered this week to intimidate an 80-year-old Washington state woman who refused to knuckle under to their radical agenda.
The raucous scene took place Monday in Port Townsend, on the state’s Quimper Peninsula, according to the Peninsula Daily News. It required Port Townsend police as well as Washington state troopers to keep under control.
And it was all because transgender bullies wanted to shut down an elderly woman determined to speak her mind about seeing a man in a woman’s bathing suit with little girls in the women’s locker room of her local YMCA.
Check out the scene here. The crowd starts getting threatening about the 2:25 mark, when banners are torn down in the background:
The saga started back in July in the city of Port Townsend when 80-year-old Julie Jaman found herself in the unwelcome presence of a man in the women’s locker room of the Mountain View pool, a city facility that is operated in cooperation with the Olympic Peninsula YMCA.
Watch the video:
Port Townsend was intense. They didn’t want to let women speak. They got physical with us but we all spoke. Nobody got hurt or arrested. Men were being bullies. We had to form a protective circle. This was the most aggressive man. #LetJulieSwim #LetWomenSpeak pic.twitter.com/zdPuaqTjm4
— Candace Mercer ⚔ Are You OK With This? (@candiomercer) August 16, 2022
Here in Port Townsend to stand with Julie Jaman. Activists surrounded us, pushing and shoving, screaming and stealing our property. One woman had her shoe pulled off her foot. Police had to be asked to come assist. They did nothing until we insisted they uphold boundaries. pic.twitter.com/MPwZIsE6gI
— Gender_Apostate #IStandWithParents ???? ???? (@gender_apostate) August 16, 2022
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