In a startling new video that is quickly going viral, Democrat state representative Brian Sims confronted several peaceful pro-life supporters outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Pennsylvania, promising $100 to anyone who could publicly identify or “dox” the individuals.
For Sims, the video and subsequent offer of money for revealing the details of the pro-life protesters, who included teenage girls and an elderly woman, elicited prompt outrage from conservatives on social media.
In this video, State Rep @BrianSimsPA says he’ll pay his followers $100 if they are able to dox three teen girls he films who are quietly praying outside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. How is this guy still allowed to be on Twitter? pic.twitter.com/yfNCHhRSqY
— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) May 6, 2019
Outraged conservatives flocked to social media to call for Sims’ resignation, with some speculating that the Pennsylvania representative may have violated Twitter’s terms of service.
How is this guy still allowed on Twitter???? Come on
— Pro-Life Mychal Simka (@MychalSimka) May 6, 2019
How is he allowed to be in office?
— heidi (@callily2) May 6, 2019
Sociopath for sure.
— Positive Sarcasm (@PosSarcasm) May 6, 2019
I actually believe that him having the audience-having the podium through Twitter-will do more good than harm. He is exposing himself and the hatred that exist within him which should exist in no elected official. As such, there is cause for him to be removed from office.
— Meggs Renee (@hamby_meagan) May 6, 2019
That’s strange. I thought liberals believed “thoughts and prayers” don’t accomplish anything. Why would Brian Sims have a problem with people praying? Dems getting more triggered. Life is winning. 🙏🏻
— Scott Gary (@l_scott_gary) May 6, 2019
No.. shame on him, this Rep is a disgusting individual.
— Marnie (@Marnie33826641) May 6, 2019
Something wrong with that guy
— Jeff (@jeffsoca) May 6, 2019
I love how the guy whining about judging women and complaining about the white race is also a white male harassing women.
— Kelly Campagna (@warriorwoman91) May 6, 2019