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JUSTICE: UNC Student ARRESTED After Stealing Pro-Life Group’s Sign (VIDEO)

“If you don’t like their speech, you can go away,” the officer told the thief.

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In a display of justice on the campus of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, a young woman was arrested after stealing a sign from a pro-life group.

A video uploaded to YouTube by Created Equal shows a girl running away with one of the group’s signs, before she is stopped by a police officer.

“Did you steal their sign?” the officer asked the girl.

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“I just moved it,” she replied.

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“Well, you took it,” the officer said.

The officer asked why she “ripped the sign out of his hands,” referring to the pro-life activist. She gave complained that she did not like the sign because it “restricts women’s rights.” She tried to walk away, but the officer quickly told her she was being detained.

“Detained for what?” she asked.

“Larceny,” the officer replied. “You stole his sign.”

When she said she only moved it fifty yards, the officer replied with a lesson in property rights.

“I don’t care if you moved it one foot,” he said. “You don’t have the right to take someone else’s property. Okay? Period. I don’t care what the circumstance is. You don’t have a right to take anyone’s property. He was holding it, therefore it was his, and you took it. I know you may not agree with what’s being said, but you don’t have a right to take someone’s property.”

The woman pleaded with the officer when she realized that she was in serious trouble, complaining that the officers were protecting pro-lifers.

“Do you see us being subjected to this shit?” she said.

Again, the police officer took her to school, this time explaining the First Amendment.

“Well this is a public display, okay?” he said. “They have a right to be here. If you don’t like their speech you can go away. You don’t have to watch it. You don’t have to be here, okay? You can ignore them. If you ignore them, that takes away their power. It’s just that simple.”

After another plea about abortion access in North Carolina, she was finally arrested.

“I cannot believe this is happening,” she said, as though she was exempt from the law. “Is there something else I can do?”

“No,” the officer replied. “I just told you you’re under arrest. I cannot un-arrest you.”

In the end, justice was served.

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Parents now have the right to make medical decisions for their children.

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The Florida legislature has passed a new law requiring the consent of parents for minors to receive abortions. The bill passed the state house on Friday and is headed to the desk of Gov. Ron DeSantis. DeSantis has expressed support for the legislation and is expected to sign it, establishing Senate Bill 404 as law.

The legislation will require parents to give their express consent to medical personnel in order for minors to receive abortions.

Parental consent is generally required for minors to do almost anything in American society, such as going on a field trip, receiving treatment from a dentist, or even staying out late on the weekend. It’s somewhat unexplainable that parental consent isn’t legally required for minors to have abortions in most American states.

The bill passed overwhelmingly in the Florida House after first passing the state senate, with a resounding final count of 75-43 in favor.

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Planned Parenthood blasted the legislation, taking aim at the notion that parents be given the right to make consequential medical decisions affecting their children.

It’s one of several policy advancements for the pro-life movement in recent years during Donald Trump’s presidency, and perhaps one of the most significant considering Florida’s status as one of the biggest states in the country

The pro-life legislation adds another conservative feather to the policy cap of Florida’s DeSantis, a Trump supporter who has established a reputation for a willingness and an ability to advance popular conservative legislation into law in Florida. DeSantis is currently in a battle with elements of the state legislature that seek to water down a statewide e-Verify proposal.

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