Woman Beater And Male Feminist Jordan Hunt Released on $500 Bail After Assaulting Pro-Life Woman

Canadian abortion activist Jordan Hunt, who was caught on video brutally assaulting a pro-life woman with a roundhouse kick, has been released on bond after local police arrested him over the weekend. Toronto police arrested Hunt, the man who was caught on video allegedly kicking a young, female pro-life advocate Sunday in Toronto.

A video of the incident that went viral earlier this week shows a male abortion activist roundhouse kicking a pro-life woman as she records her conversation with him. The woman later identified herself as Campaign Life Coalition Youth Coordinator Marie-Claire Bissonnette.

Hunt was charged with 8 counts of assault and 7 counts of criminal mischief, including an additional charge for a previous assault. That assault could be the other assault Hunt committed against another pro-life advocate. Hunt was released Saturday on $500 bail and his bail conditions forbid him to be within 500 meters of any “organized pro-life demonstration.”

Nobel Studio 101, a hair studio in Toronto, posted a message on Instagram identifying the man as Jordan Hunt, one of its former employees. The business said it fired Hunt after seeing him on the now-viral video.

The incident occurred when pro-life advocates gathered at the corner of Bloor and Keele streets in Toronto for the annual Life Chain, a peaceful, prayer-filled event to publicly witness about the tragedy of abortion. A few abortion activists showed up to counter-protest.

Bissonnette was participating in the Life Chain when she filmed the man – allegedly Hunt – assaulting her.

https://www.lifenews.com/2018/10/10/abortion-activist-jordan-hunt-released-on-500-bail-after-assaulting-pro-life-woman/

Liberal/Left Racism: CNN Slammed as ‘Full Blown Racist’ After Commentators Call Kanye West ‘Token Negro’

https://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2018/10/10/cnn-slammed-full-blown-racist-commentators-call-kanye-west-token-negro/

CNN is being accused of racism after commentators Bakari Sellers and Tara Setmayer bashed rapper Kanye West over his support for Trump on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, going so far as to call him a “token negro.”

“Kanye West is what happens when negroes don’t read,” CNN commentator Bakari Sellers said, in reference to an old Chris Rock bit.

CNN’s Tara Setmayer went even further, calling Kanye West a “an attention whore like the president.”

 

“He’s all of a sudden now the model spokesperson—he’s the token Negro of the Trump Administration?” she also said.

Don Lemon laughed and giggled throughout the segment as the two commentators degraded Kanye West.

.@Bakari_Sellers: “My issue with Kanye West is quite simple — is that anti-intellectualism simply isn’t cool.” https://t.co/FVeCRODqXlpic.twitter.com/rhH5nWSubZ

— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) October 10, 2018

 

Turning Point USA Communications Director Candace Owens accused the network of racism over this language in a tweet sent Wednesday:

Last night on @CNN, Kanye West was called a “token negro” and a “dumb negro”.

I want you guys to imagine if those words were EVER uttered on @FoxNews.

CNN has finally committed to going full blown RACIST.

They want their slaves back

Markham crossing guard, 70, roughed up by off-duty officer, witnesses say

The daughter of a Markham crossing guard said an off-duty Toronto police officer roughed him up on Tuesday morning — and her father was the one who ended up in custody.

Safra Najeemudeen said her father Muhammad Hameed was helping children cross the street near Mount Joy Public School, close to Bur Oak Avenue and Markham Road, around 8:15 a.m. when a driver failed to stop and proceeded through the intersection.

Hameed, 70, reportedly tapped the car with his stop sign as it passed him.

According to witnesses, the passenger, an off-duty Toronto police officer, got out of the car. They said he flashed his badge, grabbed Hameed by his reflective vest, and pushed him against the car.

 

The officer reportedly told Hameed he was arresting him for mischief.

“I could see it in my father’s face he was very distraught,” Najeemudeen said, who arrived at the scene at that point.

“I could see he was so stressed.”

The officer allegedly held Hameed against the car, which the officer’s son had been driving, until York Regional Police officers arrived around 8:30 a.m.

“When the police came, instead of the officer who assaulted him getting charged … they immediately come and start handcuffing him,” Najeemudeen said.

“For everyone looking it was very confusing, like why is he getting arrested when he is not the person who did the assault?”

Police removed the handcuffs before putting Hameed in the back of a cruiser. He then passed out and officers took him to a local hospital.

They released him from custody without charges.

Toronto police spokeswoman Caroline de Kloet confirmed the officer who first detained Hameed is part of the force.

York regional police are investigating, but wouldn’t say whether charges are pending against the officer. His son won’t be charged as no York officers witnessed him failing to stop at the crossing.

Parents of students at Mount Joy gathered on Wednesday to show their support for Hameed.

“He loves this job,” Najeemudeen said. “That’s his passion.

“If you get arrested for doing your job, then how do you do your job?”

https://www.680news.com/2018/10/10/markham-crossing-guard/