There is a pattern being established in school shootings, and Lauren Chen is here to talk about it.
The Aberdeen, Denver, and Nashville shooters all identified as trans while the Colorado Springs shooter identified as non-binary. In addition, just last week, a trans gunman carried out the shooting of a sheriff’s deputy. The action was praised by Antifa and the far left.
Chen says the perpetrator of the latest shooting in Nashville was “absolutely radicalized by left-wing ideology” and that we shouldn’t be surprised.
Chen believes it’s because “for the past several years the left has acted as if anyone or anything that opposes their far-left radical attempts to trans the world, including your children, qualify as a trans genocide.”
She adds that it’s “no coincidence that this attack happened in Tennessee.”
The state has recently passed several bills aimed at protecting children from the LGBT agenda, and the left is not happy about it.
In a tweet from Andy Ngo, he notes, “Far-left extremists & militant #trans activists are threatening to injure or kill lawmakers in Tennessee as revenge for the state banning the medical transitioning of minors. Their violent threats have surged in recent weeks.”
Chen explains that “what has happened is that Tennessee went ahead and said ‘you know what, if you’re a kid, probably shouldn’t be chopping off your breasts or getting mutilating surgeries or going on cross-sex hormones, and also if you are a drag performer, don’t perform in front of children. How about that? How about you just keep it for adults only?’”
Despite sounding quite reasonable to most people, those on the radical left does not like this — and some are even praising the Nashville shooter because she identified as transgender.
Chen pulls up a post from Instagram that reads, “Did anyone else hear that the shooter in Nashville was a trans woman and think, ‘Good for her?’”
Some trans activists blame conservative publication the Daily Wire, as its headquarters are in Nashville.
Chen sums it all up, saying, “If a right-wing extremist goes and commits an attack, then obviously the right is to blame for radicalizing them. But here’s the catch: If a left-wing extremist similarly goes and shoots people up, the right is still to blame because without the right then left-wing extremism wouldn’t have any need to exist.”
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