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WATCH: Pro-abortion feminist accidentally throws firebomb at fellow protesters

A pro-abortion feminist has accidentally hurled a Molotov cocktail at fellow protesters during an International Women’s Day rally in Mexico City. The Sunday demonstration which reportedly attracted around 80,000 participants took a violent turn with protesters vandalizing public structures, private businesses and church buildings. Video uploaded to social media shows a group of female protesters…


A pro-abortion feminist has accidentally hurled a Molotov cocktail at fellow protesters during an International Women’s Day rally in Mexico City.

The Sunday demonstration which reportedly attracted around 80,000 participants took a violent turn with protesters vandalizing public structures, private businesses and church buildings.

Video uploaded to social media shows a group of female protesters rallying around police officers standing guard at the Mariana Door of the National Palace.

A female protester is then seen attempting to throw a Molotov cocktail at the officers. Her efforts fell short, however, and the firebomb landed immediately in front of her and into the group of demonstrators.

At least one woman was treated by emergency services before being transferred to a nearby hospital with second-degree burns.

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