An anti-vaccine protester threw what appeared to be menstrual blood at California lawmakers days after the Governor signed 2 new bills into law that'll kick in next year.
A woman named Rebecca Lee Dalelio was arrested Friday afternoon inside the chambers of the California State Capitol building after cops say she threw something from what they described as a "feminine hygiene device containing what appeared to be blood."
She chucked the red, blood-like liquid down below from the upstairs balcony area … where she and other anti-vaxxers were watching in silent protest as state senators wrapped up the last day of the legislative year with a vote on some last-minute measures.
The liquid — which eyewitnesses say came from a menstrual cup — splashed a few state senators, including Sen. Melissa Hurtado, as well as some documents and desks.
A video captured a woman screaming, "That's for the dead babies." The Senate session went into recess and concluded in private chambers shortly afterward. The video also shows a woman — who's presumed to be Dalelio — being escorted out into the hall by officers, where she continues her rant on dead babies, saying … "Their blood is on your hands."
The incident starts around the 43:10 mark of the video, when the alleged blood-throwing took place.
The protest follows two California bills that were signed into law Monday by Governor Gavin Newsom, which will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020 … and are meant to tighten regulations around doctors who write notes to exempt certain kids from vaccines at school.
If the doctors issue more than 5 exemptions in a year, public health officials can review the passes. Schools that fall below a certain level of vaccination rate are also subject to scrutiny.
As complicated as that sounds, this right here is pretty damn simple … gross!!!