GRANDVILLE, MI, May 12, 2014 ( – A woman peacefully holding a sign outside a Michigan church on Mother's Day was attacked by a pro-gay activist, who threw an ice slushie drink in her face.


On Sunday afternoon, Christine Weick stood at an intersection in the city of Grandville with a sign that read, “Thank your mom today for not being gay.” Her message was that Mother's Day is a celebration of children and the natural family, something incompatible with homosexuality.

A man later stood by her side and held up a sign supporting homosexuality. As a camera crew from a local TV station raced to the scene, a third person joined them.

Jessica Prince, an area teenager, was caught on film scowling as she threw a red slushie in Wieck's face, then maintained a tense stand-off with her.

Television station WOOD-TV reports, “Slushie-thrower Jessica Prince using profanity and rude gestures” toward the woman.

Wieck soon told Prince that if she advanced toward her again, she would defend herself with pepper spray.

“It's recorded. I didn't touch you,” Prince told her.

As she left the scene Prince asked the camera crew, “Can you leave the slushie part out? I don't want to go to jail.”

Police arrived on the scene shortly after the incident, and Weick says she wants to press charges against Prince for her viral video assault.

Some homosexual activists have praised Prince's violent actions. Gay activist Will Kohler wrote that “Prince unleashed SLUSHY JUSTICE” against the “anti-gay hatemonger.”

Homosexuals have increasingly sought to enforce a code of silence through violence. Most famously, homosexual advocate Floyd Cochoran intended to murder the staff of the Family Research Council after seeing the group listed as an anti-gay “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

A group of self-described “angry queers” broke the windows of Mars Hill Church in Portland, Oregon, in 2012.

The year before, homosexual activists threw bricks through the windows of a Christian school in Illinois that was hosting a speech by Pastor Scott Lively, who often speaks on the dangers of the homosexual lifestyle.

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“The secular Left clearly believes it has the upper hand in the cultural debate, and it has absolutely no intention of tolerating dissent,” conservative blogger Dan Calabrese wrote. “Not only that, but it views those who challenge its orthodoxy as basically sub-human, to the point where an action like this one is justified in their minds.”

“What is it about the left that makes them want to destroy or attack heretics if they can get away with it, and at the very least, rush out and stand there with an opposing sign?” he asked. “Are they that threatened that someone might say something and others might agree with it? Are they that insecure in their own beliefs?”


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