CA MassResistance Target Protest — Hitting More Targets
On May 21st, California MassResistance hit the streets again.
We protested in front of the same Target on Sepulveda Blvd and Madrona Ave. in Torrance, CA.
Torrance is a center-right city, but anything can drift then tumble left if we do not stand up and stop the onslaught.
The intersection from the street to the front of the store was relatively quiet. Business would pick up in the next half hour
Despite the relatively cool temperatures and high winds, I stood my ground once again in front of a company which is making war on biology, women, and children. Some Torrance residents had told me that that particular store was not complying with the corporate order. Whether true or not, the whole corporation must stand accountable and change the policy.
The consequences have already hit hard.
Target stock has now fallen $10 billion. Concerned citizens and parents have been protesting the store all over the country. One activist is driving a truck around the state of Minnesota, the location of Target headquarters. One mother strolled through another Target department store, announcingto all consumers: “Leave this terrible place! Stop the homosexual agenda.”
For California MassResistance, we will make our case outside one store at a time, and #BoycottTarget until they rescind their disordered, misguided, and dangerous “Transgender bathroom” policy.”
Even though we do not have a larger team this time, we made a bigger impact as the morning progressed.
Within ten minutes, one of the employees walked up to me and asked what I was doing.
I simply reminded him that I was exercising my First Amendment rights to protest Target because of their “transgender bathroom” policy.
Five minutes later, a driver passing by shouted at me: “F—k You! Open your mind.”
Talk about tolerance: “F–k you!” Really?!
This lady thanked me for reminding her about the Target Transbathroom policy, and she went to another store.
Another lady she saw my Boycott Target signs, then thanked me. “I forgot about the company’s transgender policy. I can go shop somewhere else!” Here are her comments.
Another woman asked about my “Boycott Target” sign. I explained the policy which allows men into women’s bathrooms. She thanked me for informing her, and she walked away.
As expected, three of the Target staff confronted me a little later. “You can’t stand out here. We have a ‘No Soliciting’ policy.” I was not selling anything, however, and I did not stand in anyone’s way to enter or exit the store. After I reminded them of my First Amendment rights to be there, they walked away and never bothered me again.
Some More Heated Opposition
Sadly, I encountered not just tacit supporters of the CA MassResistance cause, but also a number of shoppers who actually supported the transbathroom policy! “We should love one another!” one lady scolded me. A few parents–with their kids–told me that they did not care.
I wonder how they will feel when a predator, pervert, or pedophile attacks their children in the restroom.
Another young lady claimed her support for the agenda because she’s gay. Huh?
One woman actually claimed that Americans will get over this “transition”, and even claimed that men and women share bathrooms in Europe, and there is no problem. Uh, that is not true. European states are now experiencing an unprecedented rape epidemic, in growing part because of the refugee crisis flooding the country. Another lady compared the trans-agenda to the Civil Rights movement. If I were a black person, I would be outraged! Being black is not dangerous or dysfunctional, and having an African ethnic background is not a sexual perversion.
Scott Carter of San Pedro arrived later that morning, then more people signaled their support for our cause.
This man talked about how women sometimes go into men’s bathrooms, but only because it’s an emergency. In general, women do wait longer to use the restroom, but they do not claim to identify as another sex in the process. But this transgender policy is about more than just last-minute convenience. Over all, he agreed with our protest!
Marilyn Haag not only applauded our protests, but went on an epic rant against Target for their stupid and dangerous transgender policy: “If you have a penis, go in the men’s room. If you have a vagina, you go in the women’s room! It’s that simple!”
She was awesome! Here are more of her comments, too!
People would drive by and wave at us, showing their support, too.
Scott shared some of his thoughts about the transgenderism controversy, too.Check them out here.
Despite our lower numbers that day, CA MassResistance actually had a greater impact.
At least four people who had not known about the policy are needed to be reminded, were grateful for our protests, and walked away. We stood our ground against those who would try to silence us. Even the security guard from last week showed up and told us to go: “You’re here again? You’re in front of a business”!
But the street and sidewalk are public property, and we can protest there. One lady with her little daughter explained our right to protest too.
At the end of our demonstration, one woman–either emotionally unhinged or mental disturbed–began arguing with us. She was incoherent and unwilling to listen. Incidentally enough, she represented the Transgender movement perfectly.
After the Event
Friends of mine from a local restaurant appreciated California MassResistance’s efforts. Another friend of mine who had seen me appreciated the point we were making. Then someone overheard our conversation, agreed, and even talked about the moral insanity that took over his high school. “Individual students could sign a waiver, claiming to be male or female and go into the bathroom which corresponded with their gender identity.”That is crazy!
More people are gathering the courage to speak out against this nonsense.
So, all in all, California MassResistance’s protest on May 21st was another big success!
More to come! Stay tuned!
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