About 30 people from the National Socialist Movement marched along Spring Street on Saturday afternoon, repeatedly performing the salute at the anti-transgender rights rally.
They also held signs calling transgender people offensive names, while British anti-trans activist Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull spoke to the crowd.
That would be Posie Parker.
She’s chosen her side.
“The behaviours today by neo-Nazis are a deliberate attempt to incite hatred and violence and are nothing short of sickening,” a joint statement from Liberal MPs David Southwick and Brad Battin said.
Southwick is my local State MP. He’s a bit of a pillock in many ways, but he is Jewish, representing a very Jewish district. He has no time for Nazis.
They can’t even ask…
While they are standing right next to actual nazis…
Transphobia’s a hell of a drug, it melts the brain.
Posie Parker chose her side. And anyone who stands with her has chosen theirs.
Every time I see that awful woman’s name, for a second, I think it’s Parker Posey and I get really sad until I realize that Posie Parker is a different, more awful human being…
I don’t know her except from this, and it sounds like there isn’t anything to know her from besides this. So like another J.K. Rowling except this one never wrote any beloved children’s books. At which point even things like “she chose her side” feel almost like giving too much credit…there is no reason to care about her in the first place, save what harm she causes.
Parker Posey is a great actor, who, as far as i know has never done anything transphobic… Posie Parker is a transphobic shitbag.
Sorry, I just meant Posie Parker. Parker Posey is someone to know about. People keep reporting on Posie Parker like she is too, when she’s just some random bigot. I hate that we have to keep track of her name now.
She’s a random bigot who keeps getting the ear of people who are in a position to do something about it.
Still, it turns out that when the deputy leader of your party is Jewish, chumming around with Nazis might have consequences.
When a sheriff’s deputy in Georgia’s Houston County sought surgery as part of her gender transition, local officials refused to change the department’s health insurance plan to cover it, citing cost as the primary reason.
In the years that followed, the central Georgia county paid a private law firm nearly $1.2 million to fight Sgt. Anna Lange in federal court — far more than it would have cost the county to offer such coverage to all of its 1,500 health plan members, according to expert analyses.
They who lie down with [Nazis] wake up with [crimes against humanity.]