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Following the Nashville shooting, Gay Inc. has blood on its hands

The rhetoric pushed by powerful groups like the HRC may have caused another transgender killer to snap.



Transgender mass murderer Audrey Hale // LinkedIn // Nashville Police

The senseless act of violence that occurred this week at a Christian school in Nashville, Tenn., left three young children dead as well as three school employees. While Joe Biden’s first tone-deaf remarks on the tragedy included incoherent and insensitive jokes about ice cream, the matter deserves reverence and delicateness.

The shooter, whose legal name was Audrey Hale, reportedly identified as transgender using male pronouns and often going by the name Aiden. When the police were asked if the shooter’s gender identity played some role in the violence, Nashville Metropolitan Police Chief John Drake said that they were still in the initial phases of the investigation, but also included, “We have a manifesto, we have some writings that we’re going over that pertain to this day.”

Hale was also a former student of the Christian school that she targeted. Drake further mentioned during an interview on NBC that the religious affiliation of the school was most likely a motivating factor of the violence. “There’s some belief that there was some resentment for having to go to that school. Don’t have all the details to that just yet, and that’s why this incident occurred.”

Many of the details and motives behind what happened are expected to be uncovered and released over the next weeks. However, even at these preliminary stages, it is imperative to point out that the narratives pushed by the radical leftist alphabet mob have finally shown their consequences. This was not a matter of “if” but “when”.

For years anti-Christian and victimization rhetoric has been forced onto the so-called community by media and activists. Christians have been called “hateful” and “bigots”. The LGBT community is told that all Christians “want them dead”. Every piece of Republican legislation is supposedly aimed solely at taking away rights that never existed—like using the bathroom of one’s choice or competing against the opposite sex in a sporting event. Acknowledging biological sex has become transphobic.

In their response to the tragedy in Nashville, Human Rights Campaign even doubled down on their victimization rhetoric of the transgender community in a manner that almost sounded as if they were rationalizing the shooting. “We still don’t know all of the facts about what happened in Nashville. We do know that every study available shows that transgender and nonbinary people are much more likely to be the victims of violence, rather than the perpetrator of it,” the activist organization wrote.

There is only so long you can tell someone they are a victim in danger of being erased before they snap. There is only so long you can demonize a group of people before they become a target of the newly minted victim’s ire. The warning signs were there, but we did not heed them.

The Second Amendment to the Constitution applies to every American regardless of race, sexuality, or gender. Groups like Pink Pistols and Black Guns Matter have sought to put more guns in the hands of gay and black Americans respectively. From their websites and social media presence, these two groups stress gun safety and using them only in cases of self defense. While I may not agree completely with the political leanings of these organizations, I can absolutely applaud and respect their mission and dedication to educating and training people of their communities to remain safe.

Recently, however, a group by the name of Rainbow Reload has formed in New Hampshire. The group is comprised of LGBT people who want to arm themselves in response to the fear instilled in them by leftist media. According to an article in NPR, one member of the group stated, “If the world is dangerous, then you have to be dangerous back. And that very much has pushed me to where I am now.” Another member wore a patch that read, “Make Racists Afraid Again”, in a riff of President Trump’s famous populist slogan. These are words of intimidation and aggression, not of concern or self-defense. The narratives being pushed are clearly driving this metamorphosis from victim into militant radical.

Gay media and activist organizations like HRC spin their own tales and fabricate their own realities in the name of political expedience. However, we are now seeing how this propaganda can manufacture an identity-driven culture war, and that war now has deadly consequences.