Despite three nine-year-olds being gunned down by a transgender shooter at a private Christian school in Nashville, activists are still rallying the troops to protest for a ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ just days after the mass shooting shocked the nation.
Transgender shooter Audrey Hale opened fire on the Covenant School in Nashville at 10.30am on Monday, killing Hallie Scruggs, William Kinney and Evelyn Dieckhaus during her rampage at the school.
But despite rising political tensions across the country, which saw a press secretary for Arizona Democrat Governor post a Tweet about shooting transphobes, the Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN) is pushing forward with their protest on Saturday in DC.
The protest was initially meant to be called a ‘day of visibility’ but rebranded before the shooting to vengeance because it means ‘fighting back with vehemence’ – though the group was quick to say they do not ‘encourage or promote violence’ when contacted by DailyMail.com.
But one activist appears to have taken the movement to the next level, posting a picture of a heavily armed person with an assault rifle and threatening to ‘kill christcucks’ – as Twitter removed thousands of posts with flyers for the event.
One activist using the hashtag on a since suspended account posed with an assault rifle and is threatening to ‘kill christcucks’ – as Twitter removed thousands of posts with flyers for the event…
Think the world has had about enough of the transgender/gay movement. You really believe this is normal behavior, well, it’s not. That’s why it’s called Queer. Maybe just be good parents, school teachers, councilors, and examples of how to live with your birth assigned sex. “Then” when your child(a child) becomes of age, and have had the advantage of living life as their assigned sex, and then feel strongly about changing their sexual identity, then feel free to do so but, with knowing the change has consequences like every other thing you do in life. And the special treatment because your (Whatever) needs to stop as well. We’re all people and will all have different ideals, identities, likes and dislikes. Maybe if we don’t concentrate on trying to have everyone “agree” with your choices, just do your thing, be kind, and have a good life. And in the end, who knows, meet the right person and maybe your attitude on changing sex might just change. That’s a choice as well and wouldn’t be the first or last time. Food for thought.