During the trial, clinic director Jackie Barbic testified that Hoye intimidated clinic staff and several women entering the clinic. She also claimed that when she went outside with a measuring tape to show Hoye what eight feet looks like, the pastor physically intimidated her as he walked toward her, compelling her to shout in defense, "Stay away from me! Back down! Back away!"
But a video tape of the encounter, presented at trial by Hoye's defense the Life Legal Defense Foundation, contradicted Barbic's testimony. The video showed a clinic escort approaching Rev. Hoye and pointing a tape measure at him and Rev. Hoye not moving an inch.
In the video, Barbic can be seen lecturing him, and then talking to others. Hoye moved away. A few minutes later, the same scene plays out again, with Barbic again pointing the tape measure at Hoye, and him moving down the sidewalk in a different direction. The video was taped by Hoye's friend from across the street.
You don't have to be Solomon to know that if you're willing to kill babies, then you're more than willing to tell a lie under oath.
Hoye, who attends Progressive Missionary Baptist Church of Berkeley, is the founder of the Issues4Life Foundation and an outspoken opponent of what he calls the genocide of unborn African Americans.
Recent statistics show that abortion disproportionately affects black women.
And Obama doesn't give a damn.