Sunday, October 1, 2023

Riley Gaines Assaulted, Spat on by ‘Rabid’ Anti-Woman Leftists

'Although crowds of people may call us names, we prevailed today in the state of Texas... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A pair of former champion collegiate Division I female athletes, Riley Gaines and Paula Scanlan, were assaulted and spat on by “rabid” protestors at the signing of Texas’s “Save Women’s Sports Act.”

According to Michelle Evans, an Independent Women’s Network’s Austin chapter leader, the protest, which was made up of about 250 people, quickly got out of hand, Fox News reported.

“It was — I guess the best word to describe them was they were rabid.”

Evans quickly noticed that things were being thrown at her by the mob.

“When I turned around to go back inside of the building, that’s when somebody threw water on me,” Evans recalled.

“Somebody told me they know where I f—ing live. There was somebody that got in front of me to try to physically block me from going back inside and pushed her body up against mine. Somebody hit my arm, and then someone — a woman in a pink ski mask and sunglasses — spit into my open eye.”

According to Evans, the suspect was apprehended.

Gaines noted that even in the former conservative stronghold that is Texas, rioters ran wild.

“Even in the great state of [Texas], protesters have tried to find a way to smear the celebration of Governor Abbott signing SB 15 which protects female collegiate athletics. But they can’t,” Gaines said.

“Today is a huge win and Gov. Abbott’s leadership is foundational and I’m hopeful more states will follow suit.”

According to the former athlete, protesters were “spitting in people’s faces” and people were screaming profanities at children. Fortunately, she noted, law enforcement did its job.

Former University of Pennsylvania swimmer Paula Scanlan also noted that the rioters were “spitting and yelling.”

“Craziness of today aside, I was finally able to exit the event safely,” Scanlan wrote. “Although crowds of people may call us names, we prevailed today in the state of Texas. Our work is not finished and I hope other states will follow in the footsteps of Texas.”
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