That “Trans Day of Vengeance” is really coming together.
The Trans Resistance Network in Massachusets released a statement on the Covenant school shooting in Nashville by stating that Aubrey Hale, the transgender school shooter, was a “complex tragedy” who felt she “had no other effective way to be seen than to lash out by taking the life of others”.
The transvestite group then claimed that life for “transgender people is very difficult” due to “anti-trans legislation” and “right wing personalities”.
“Hate has consequences,” the group’s statement claimed while urging the media not to misgender Audrey Hale who due to her mental illness claimed to be a man.
Hate does have consequences, but that hate is coming from the sexual identity politics movement.
There are obvious similarities between this sort of rhetoric and the kind put out by Islamist groups after terrorist attacks.
(Note: the Trans Resistance Network has locked its Twitter account and has not posted that statement on its other accounts, so I can’t confirm its legitimacy firsthand.)