A young man named Faisal Mohammad stabbed 4 students on a California campus last month, but the government is calling it a version of "workplace" violence, i.e., that he was mad about something and it has nothing to do with his ideology. No one is banning Muslims from walking around that college or driving through the campus. No California congressman is drafting a bill to obscure first amendment rights.
But in Ohio, based on the crazy guy who attacked people at an abortion
clinic in Colorado, 2 female pro-abortion legislators want to further
infringe on the rights (speech, religion, assembly) of people peacefully
walking near abortion clinics and they want clients, staffers and
abortionists of the clinics to be able to sue the demonstrators who are
doing nothing wrong using pseudonyms. They essentially are accusing
people who have done nothing wrong of plotting murder. Dear was not
demonstrating, was part of no pro-life group, and had a history of
disturbing behavior with a criminal record, infidelity, multiple
marriages, and abuse of women. Apparently, he believed babies were being
killed there and said so. For that, these legislators want to take
away the rights of Ohioans.