Police Called After Transphobic Preacher Trolls Teens Outside High School

She blasted students for smoking pot, watching MTV and... trans bathroom use.

A purportedly Christian woman who stormed through a Target store May 15, raving about the company's pro-transgender bathroom policy took her right-wing cause to the streets.

The woman, identified by Raw Story as Angela Cummings, touched down on the campus of Scotia-Glenville High School in Scotia, New York, on Monday and berated students and staff members about sex and drug use, among other things. She also captured the moment for posterity on video, which can be viewed above. 

"The Bible says the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. Many of you don’t have knowledge," she yelled in the video. "You watch too much MTV, gangster music, and you live for the devil. Some of you even smoke pot! It’s time to repent!"

It wasn't long, however, before Cummings's diatribe circled back to transgender bathroom use. "Next year, Obama is going to let you men, you young men, use the girls’ bathroom,” she told passersby. “It’s time for you to start homeschooling!" 

As seen in the video, Assistant Principal Thomas Fyvie tried his best to hush Cummings to no avail, according to the Albany Times-Union. Eventually, local police officers intervened and warned Cummings that she would be arrested for disorderly conduct. She then left the premises without incident. 

It's the latest in a series of disturbing videos that have made the Internet rounds in the wake of the ongoing controversy over transgender bathroom use. Many of them were filmed in the aisles of Target stores around the country following the Minneapolis-based retail group's pledge to allow transgender patrons and staff to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity. 

On May 20, Faith2Action, a group which describes itself as a “pro-active launching pad for the pro-family movement,” announced plans to organize a “Don’t Target Our Daughters Day” protest on June 4. 

Organizers said they wanted the protest to be a “moment to stand together” and warn shoppers about Target’s policy allowing “predators and sex offenders” into women’s restrooms and fitting rooms by protesting outside stores. 

We're not sure what any of this has to do with students at Scotia-Glenville High School, but then, it doesn't sound like there's much use trying to reason with Cummings. 



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