Anti-gun protesters lose all moral ground with hateful signs toward Catholics, Republicans, Trump

Thousands of protesters descended on Washington DC Saturday in what was supposed to be a march for stricter gun laws.

For many it was of a march for hate.

One activist carried a sign that not only attacked the NRA and Sen. Marco Rubio, but Catholic’s everywhere.

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People march after gathering at Union Park to take part in “March For Our Lives” protest (Photo by Bilgin S. Sasmaz/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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Rubio later posted a statement on Twitter that drew more ire from his haters.

Others questioned the motives of those attacking.


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