Update: Man Who Violently Assaulted Pro-Life Activist Identified, FIRED From Job

A violent leftist who roundhouse kicked a pro-life activist in the street at a Sunday rally in Canada has been identified.

“The Human Defense Initiative has identified the assailant as Jordan Hunt, a hairdresser in Toronto, Canada,” according to the Human Defense Initiative’s website.

According to the site, Hunt has been fired from his job at Noble Studio 101 Hair Studio. They provided a screenshot of the conversation with the hair salon.

“Was a sub contracter. Until today when I found out what happened today!!!! Not cool. He will never step foot in my studio again.”

Big League Politics reported earlier:

A Canadian pro-life activist was violently roundhouse kicked by an angry leftist at a pro-life rally in Canada, according to an account in Life Site.

According to Marie-Claire Bissonnette, she was engaged by a violent leftist regarding her pro-life views during a peaceful demonstration on Sunday. Instead of using words to voice his opinion, the man “forcefully roundhouse-kicked me in the shoulder, which sent my phone flying and I yelled for someone to call the police.”

Bissonnette said that the man – in his own defense – said that he meant to kick her phone, as if that justifies his actions. She describes the actions that led up to the violent assault:

A man in his late twenties to early thirties observed the demonstration and, taking out two markers, one red and one blue, he managed to deface two of our signs. After I warned people to shield their signs, he then proceeded to run up behind five of the participants (including a ten-year-old girl) and scribble with his markers on their backs, ruining their clothing.

After these acts of vandalism, he approached the pro-abortion demonstrator, evidently in order to seek her approval, which she appeared to deny him by discouraging his tactics. At this point I took out my cell phone and began to record him, telling him that what he did was destruction of private property and it was against the law. He asked me whether a sixteen-year-old girl who gets pregnant after being raped should keep her baby. I attempted to explain that her baby should be treated no differently than a three-year-old child who may have been conceived by rape.

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