Thrown at the group by this woman as she drove by in her BMW with the license plate covered.
The hunt for the mythical domestic right-wing terrorist continues.
(KEYE) – A woman is facing charges after police say she threw a Molotov cocktail at anti-abortion protesters who were standing outside of Planned Parenthood. Melanie Toney, 52, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
According to the affidavit, the incident happened around 6:25 p.m. on Monday at the Planned Parenthood building on East Ben White Boulevard.
Multiple witnesses told police that they witnessed Toney throw a flaming object out of the passenger side window of her BMW SUV near the protesters, the affidavit stated.
Police say witnesses reported that Toney had cardboard covering her license plate, in an effort to conceal it.
Drew reported above on the molotov cocktail thrown at a pro-life prayer group outside a Planned Parenthood in Austin, Texas. While local media has been pretty straight up on the issue, MSM is underway to try to obscure the intent of the woman who threw a molotov cocktail outside of a Planned Parenthood in Austin, Texas, many headlines reporting it simply as an attack at a Planned Parenthood, leaving the impression it is an anti-abortion protester.
Of course, that fact that it apparently was thrown into the middle of the prayer group might give you a clue.
But here’s a little more as to where Melanie Toney may come down on the subject.
Melanie Toney, a registered nurse, testified in Austin on July 8, 2013 also providing written testimony on Senate Bill #1 trying to defeat abortion restrictions.
As usual, Zipper readers are on the job, digging up the facts. This video of Melanie Toney testifying before the Texas State Legislature comes from WZer. Toney’s testimony begins around 4:44:
So in the interests of infant abandonment or abuse, we should kill the babies. Makes perfect sense to me.
One more note, via our reader Me. If you check at 5:58 Toney claims “Additionally, unwanted pregnancies occur in victims of rape from the ages of nine to ninety.” Just a bit looney, Toney…