There is civil protest and then there is the following disgrace. Scared Monkeys has always respected the 1st Amendment and the right to protest, even when we disagree with the message. However, there is a limit. Respect is obviously no longer a word in the dictionary for the LEFT. Six moonbat, anti-Iraq war leftists used a Easter Sunday service to protest and spray fake blood at churchgoers in Chicago.
The Leftists squirted fake blood around on the Catholics attending Easter Mass this morning.!!
They waited until the Homily (sermon in the middle of the mass) to disrupt the Easter Sunday church service. (The Gateway Pundit)
In this photo provided by the Chicago Police Department, Ryane Ziemba, 25, is seen in a booking photo after being arrested along with five other people for disrupting an Easter Mass Sunday March 23, 2008, at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago by squirting fake blood on themselves to protest the war in Iraq.
(AP Photo/Chicago Police Department)
The moonbats, known as the Catholic Schoolgirls Against the War, are just one in the many of a long line of misguided youths who need to learn a lesson in life that there are consequences to one’s actions. A religious lesson to the LEFT … do not misunderstand the teaching of “turning the other cheek.” Its not what you think it means.
CHICAGO (AP) - Six Iraq war protesters disrupted an Easter Mass on Sunday, shouting and squirting fake blood on themselves and parishioners in a packed auditorium.
Three men and three women startled the crowd during Cardinal Francis George’s homily, yelling “Even the Pope calls for peace” as they were removed from the Mass by security guards and ushers.
One Mass attendee, Mike Wainscott of Chicago, yelled at the anti-war protesters.
“Are you happy with yourselves?” he said. “There were kids in there. You scared little kids with your selfish act. Are you happy now?”
The six moonbats arrested were 4 men and two woman:
Police identified the suspects as Donte Smith, 21; Ephran Ramirez Jr., 22; Ryane Ziemba, 25; Mercedes Phinaih, 18; Regan Maher, 25; and Angela Haban, 20. They are charged with felony criminal damage to property and simple battery, according to police.