‘Billboard Chris’ has arm broken for peacefully protesting giving puberty blockers to kids

A Twitter user named “Billboard Chris” is searching for an attacker he says broke his arm while he was peacefully protesting the medical transitioning of children.

A video of the Canadian incident shows a small crowd of black-clad people (one wouldn’t dare assume their gender for fear of invoking their violent wrath) surrounding him. At one point, armed with a traffic cone, one of the attackers charges and repeatedly whacks Chris with it.

They continue to follow the men taking the video, shouting profanities at them and maintaining their violent physical attacks.


Following the encounter, Chris went to the hospital and was told that his arm was broken. He posted the X-ray to Twitter as well, and revealed that despite the fact he reported the violent altercation to the police, there was nothing they could do about it because they didn’t know the suspect’s name.

Despite the violent nature of the attack and the physical injuries it left him with, Chris is not giving up his passion for protecting young people.

Twitter has rallied around “Billboard Chris” to help him find the people who harmed him and put them behind bars:


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