WATCH: Pennsylvania State Rep Offers Cash to Internet Users for Doxing Teenage Girls Protesting Planned Parenthood

A Democrat member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives filmed himself confronting Planned Parenthood protestors and offered internet users money to dox three teenage girls.

“Watch PA Rep [Brian Sims] offer up $100 for the identities & addresses of 3 TEENAGERS who are fighting for the lives of preborn [sic] children. This is despicable,” Live Action said on Twitter, sharing Sims’ video.

“What we’ve got here is a bunch of protestors,” Sims said in his video outside of a Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood. “A bunch of pseudo-Christian protestors. They’re out here shaming young girls for being here. So here’s the deal – I’ve got $100 for anyone who will identify any of these three, that I will donate to Planned Parenthood.”

He pointed his camera directly at three teenage girls, who were outside with an older lady who explained that they were simply “praying for the babies.”

It is unclear when the video was taken.

“So look,” he continued. “A bunch of white people standing outside a Planned Parenthood shaming people. There’s nothing Christian about what you’re doing. There’s nothing Christian, or Godly, or loving about what you’re doing.”

He then approached a man and told him that – instead of having the internet dox him – it would be easier if the man just gave up his name and address. When the man proudly gave him his name and hometown, the lawmaker switched up his tactics.

“What makes you think it’s okay to tell women what’s right for their bodies? The truth is, I’m not really asking, because I don’t care. Shame on you,” he said before the man could answer.

Sunday, a video surfaced of Sims harassing an elderly woman as she prayed silently outside a Planned Parenthood.

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