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On Wednesday, a video surfaced online of a male feminist identified as Jordan Hunt physically assaulting a woman for being pro-life.
Though Hunt is apparently still on the run and yet to be apprehended by Toronto police, he has received a small taste of the justice coming his way: The hair studio he worked at up until Wednesday, Noble Studio 101 Hair Studio, swiftly cut ties with Hunt after seeing the disturbing video, Human Defense Initiative has confirmed:
Until today, he was employed at Noble Studio 101 Hair Studio. In screenshots provided to the Human Defense Initiative, when questioned about the assault, the shop replied “Was a sub contracter. Until today when I found out what happened today!!!! Not cool. He will never step foot in my studio again.”
“We don’t condone his actions and he has been let go. We believe everyone has a right to an opinion and the right to voice their opinion without fear of physical violence,” the studio wrote on Instagram.
In an Instagram post, Noble Studio 101 Hair Studio confirmed the same, writing, “It has been brought to our attention that Jordan has been caught on camera assaulting an innocent bystander at a pro life rally. We don’t condone his actions and he has been let go. We believe that everyone has a right to an opinion and the right to voice their opinion without fear of physical violence.”
Hunt assaulted the pro-life demonstrator, Marie-Claire Bissonnette, on Sunday.
After Hunt allegedly vandalized numerous pro-life signs, Bissonnette began filming the man with his knowledge and informed him that she knew of his alleged destruction. Hunt tried to justify his actions by defending abortion, predictably speaking of hypothetical raped and impregnated teens.
Bissonnette calmly responded, “It’s a baby. If someone is raped and she gives birth and she decides to kill her three-year-old child —”
Hunt interrupted her with a roundhouse kick.
Bissonette told Human Defense Initiative that she “hope[s] this unfortunate experience can remind the public of the violent deaths pre-born babies experience from abortion.”
The pro-life leader said she plans on pressing charges over the assault, but added that Hunt’s “also loved by the Father, so please pray for him.”
Hunt is suspected to be in the Toronto area. Any information on his whereabouts is asked to be reported to the Toronto PD at 416-808-2222.
LifeSite reported on the original, horrific incident.
The shocking video of a man roundhouse kicking a pro-life woman during last Sunday’s Life Chain in Canada has gone viral since first being published on LifeSiteNews on Tuesday. Mainstream outlets originally declined to touch the story.
Marie-Claire Bissonnette was kicked by a so-far unidentified man at the corner of Bloor and Keele in Toronto after she began filming him defacing private property of pro-lifers at the event. The man had been scribbling messages on signs and on the backs of participants at the Life Chain with markers.
After he kicked Bissonnette, the assailant claimed he was trying to knock the phone out of her hand. He then tore off the yellow ribbon pinned to her jacket that identified her as an event organizer, and ran away, Bissonnette relates in her account.
LifeSiteNews published her story Tuesday and the video has gone viral.
The video shows the assailant’s windup and kick. Viewers can hear the audible thud of his kick, the crack of the phone hitting the pavement as the image goes out of kilter and Bissonnette’s voice repeatedly stating: “Someone call the police!”
The clip has received some 410,000 views at last count, and has climbed to Number 8 on YouTube. It was also trending Wednesday on Toronto Reddit, and has been posted on conservative and liberal sites, including Louder With Crowder, Newsweek, Daily Hive, LifeNews, BlogTO, Twitchy, and RedState, and noted on Facebook by conservative pundit Ben Shapiro.
Campaign Life Coalition youth coordinator, Bissonnette has laid a complaint with Toronto police against the assailant. A distinct benefit of the clip going viral is that it exponentially increases the chances to identify the assailant.
Bissonnette had been given some clues as to the man’s identity earlier.
“Someone messaged me yesterday some guy’s Facebook profile that looks exactly like this guy, so I’ll be handing that into the police,” she told LifeSiteNews.
A screengrab from the video showing the attacker, Jordan Hunt, kicking Marie-Claire Bissonnette in the shoulder, knocking her phone from her hand, Toronto, Sept. 30, 2018.
“I was glad that it was caught on camera the way it was,” she added. “Because it shows him clearly and he should be ashamed of himself, and I’m glad it’s going around everywhere.”
Bissonnette had initially sent an account of the incident and the 46-second video to columnists at the Toronto Sun and the National Post, as well as to the CBC, but there seemed to be little interest.