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Guy admits online to harassing women at Planned Parenthood. Internet vigilantes fight back.

Guy admits online to harassing women at Planned Parenthood. Internet vigilantes fight back.

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Isn't it weird how the "pro-life" movement seems to attract some of the worst, angriest, slimiest slimeballs on the planet? It's like this platform isn't actually about saving lives—but instead about controlling women. Case-in-point: a man named Jordan Hart in Tucson, Arizona, announced on Facebook recently that he would be taking photos of women's license plates as they entered and exited the local Planned Parenthood, claiming that he would use that information to "go to people's homes" and "educate" them about abortion. This is a terrifying breech of women's privacy and safety not to mention supremely obnoxious.

According to the Facebook group, Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Emporium, the local police were contacted but said there is "nothing they can do about it." So in an example of vigilante Facebook justice, the group shared the man's photo along with a PSA to women:

Sources: Facebook
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