This weekend I attended the tenth anniversary of the March For The Babies in Melbourne led by Victorian MP, Bernie Finn.
I’ve never formed a strong opinion on abortions, so I was especially interested in what I would learn at this march.
The rally was described on the Facebook event as
a march to protest Victoria’s extreme abortion laws and show our support and love for both mothers and their babies.”
Today the Herald Sun reported it as a far-right rally, even using a photo of Mr Finn waving to imply he is a Nazi.
Just in case you thought @theheraldsun couldn’t become any more leftist.
I’ve been to 10 leftwing rallies this month so why does @tminear think my attendance at this rally is bad?
It’s my job to cover protests but what would he know about REAL journalism.https://t.co/oynUMqqFK0
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) October 14, 2019
However, nothing could be further from the truth.
The march attracted thousands of Christians and some Muslims from all racial backgrounds, but that didn’t stop Antifa from chanting anti-Nazi slogans at the family-friendly event.
No matter what your stance is in regards to abortions; one thing is for sure – you won’t want to back the violent extremists marching under the Antifa flag.
The Christians were welcoming and loving, even towards their Antifa counter-protesters.
Antifa, in their standard fashion, were violent, obnoxious and shameful – even in front of young children.
WATCH & SHARE what the Herald Sun won’t tell you about the March For Babies in Melbourne.