Vancouver Anti-Racists Pour Urine on Anti-feminist Reporter’s Head
Rebel reporter Lauren Southern had a bottle of urine poured on her at a protest in Vancouver on Friday, March 4, 2016. (YouTube video screenshot)
“Southern, 20, had stepped into a 25-person strong “counter-protest” to a cancelled event that was supposed to be held by Augustus Sol Invictus, a U.S. Senate hopeful running for the Libertarian party on a platform of less government involvement in people’s lives. …
The event was cancelled when Invictus couldn’t make it through customs at the Canadian border, and when the Railway Club, which were supposed to hold the event, was made aware of Invictus’ supposed beliefs, presumably by members of Vancouver’s Antifa group (VANANTIFA), which describes itself as “anti-fascist, anti-racist, all the time.”
Invictus spoke a few days earlier in Portland, where members of Rose City Antifa showed up in force, smashing his car and attacking him and one of his supporters.
Long story short, Southern, who’s never backed down from a good debate, began to question the viewpoints of the Vancouver protesters, largely members of Vancouver’s feminist and LGBTQ communities.
Southern, who also ran as a candidate in 2015 for The Libertarian Party of Canada, … .
The perpetrator of the attack was briefly held at the scene by those in Southern’s camp, but was eventually let go.”
The witty Miss Southern tweeted afterwards: “Unfortunately this is not my fetish. I thought feminists were into consent?”