I’m not fighting to prevent her from something, even though they’ve been clear they’d like to build this house to help her with access because of her paralysis. I’m trying to preserve a home that adds character and beauty to my neighbourhood for future generations to enjoy. So: I don’t wish them any harm. I just want to protect that house.”That's right, Brown thinks her "right" to protect a view of a pretty house she doesn't own should trump the property rights and legitimate needs of the actual property owners. Oh, and she rolls her eyes at the handicap angle:
I don’t have a disability. Sorry. If I did, maybe I could use that, too.Brown truly is a stellar example of D-Baggery at its most exquisite.
Definitely not the house in question!