Video: A weary man climbs over a church pew, stopping red-clad abortion protesters and interrupting their suspension of Catholic mass

A decidedly angry man was caught on video climbing over a church pew and stopping red-clad abortion protesters in their tracks, ending their disruption of a Catholic Sunday mass in Los Angeles.

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A parishioner told the Catholic News Agency that protesters in “giant hats” and “red hooded dresses” disrupted morning mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The cathedral is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and CNA said an archdiocese spokesman confirmed the incident late Sunday.

The protesters’ red robes and white bonnets symbolize enslaved women being raped and forced into childbirth, according to the outlet, and are inspired by Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale.

The parishioner who spoke to CNA, Bradford Adkins, said the demonstration started just before communion.

“I prepared for a stampede and looked near the exits,” Adkins told the outlet, adding that the protesters were holding a large green banner, although he couldn’t see what was written on it.

CNA said cathedral staff and parishioners intervened. A cellphone video posted to Twitter captured the moment a man in jeans and a blue and white checked shirt climbed over a church pew to confront protesters in an aisle:

Image Source: Screenshot of Twitter video via @Romangod7

In fact, he brought the demonstration to a sudden halt when he appeared to smack a sign out of an activist’s hand and then pointed him towards the exit:


Image Source: Screenshot of Twitter video via @Romangod7

Others stepped in to help, and the protesters were escorted out of the church. The video ends with a protester’s yelling voice fading into an eerie echo:

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CNA said the protesters’ costumes are similar to those worn by members of the left-wing group Ruth Sent Us, which threatened to disrupt Catholic Mother’s Day masses.

But CNA said Ruth Sent Us appeared not to have taken responsibility for the LA protest Sunday night, and the outlet added that group representatives did not respond to a request for comment.

Ruth Sent Us was published on his site website Apparent home addresses of six Conservative Supreme Court justices — John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett — and planned “walk-in” protests in their homes on Wednesday in the wake of the Supreme Court’s leaked bill that would tip over Roe v. calf.

Abortion activists marched to the homes of Roberts and Kavanaugh on Saturday night and held off Sign which read: “F*** your God” and “Abortion is health care”. Video: A weary man climbs over a church pew, stopping red-clad abortion protesters and interrupting their suspension of Catholic mass

Laura Coffey

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