The next week after I wrote the article on antis not wanting to be considered protesters, we had a reversal.
The client and I were walking up the sidewalk and I had just warned there were protesters who would try to join us on our walk. Right afterwards D joined us. D was telling the client to “just take 10 minutes and come to A Woman’s Choice next door,” while shoving literature at the client.
The client hesitated and I remarked to the client quietly, “That’s a protester.” D said, “Yes. I am out here protesting killing babies. I am trying to help you.”
This points out the lack of consistency in what the antis say. One day they are not protesters. The next day they are. Just part of the head-spinning things heard daily on the sidewalk.