Another School Shooting

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Nashville shooter felt 'no other effective way to be seen,' radical trans group says​

'Hate has consequences,' the radical trans 'collective' said​


A radical transgender group said the transgender Nashville shooter felt "no other effective way to be seen" than killing six people at a private Presbyterian school.

The Trans Resistance Network (TRN), a far-left transgender "collective," released an inflammatory statement on Monday in the wake of the Covenant School shooting by transgender woman Audrey Hale in Nashville that killed three 9-year-olds and three adults.

Calling the mass murder a dual "tragedy," the group wrote the first was the deaths of the children and adults in the school and extended their "deepest sympathies and heartfelt prayers to those families dealing with the loss of loved ones."
"There is nothing we can offer that will comfort the hurt, or ease the sorrow," TRN wrote. "We mourn with you."

"The second and more complex tragedy is that Aiden or Audrey Hale, who felt [she] had no other effective way to be seen than to lash out by taking the life of others, and by consequence, [herself]," they continued.

TRN wrote they "do not claim to know the individual or have access to their inner thoughts and feelings" but they "do know that life for transgender people is very difficult, and made more difficult in the preceding months by a virtual avalanche of anti-trans legislation, and public callouts by Right Wing personalities and political figures for nothing less than the genocidal eradication of trans people from society."

"Many transgender people deal with anxiety, depression, thoughts of suicide, and PTSD from the near-constant drum beat of anti-trans hate, lack of acceptance from family members and certain religious institutions, denial of our existence, and calls for de-transition and forced conversion," TRN claimed.

"All of these factors contribute to a population that is medically under-served and who often faces anti-trans bias while accessing care leading to significant physical and mental health disparities," they continued.

"Hate has consequences," the radical trans "collective" added.

TRN then pivoted to laud transgender people in the wake of the shooting that left three 9-year-olds dead as well as three adults in at the Christian private school.

"It is a testament to the inner strength and beauty of transgender people, that despite the overwhelming odds of homelessness, job discrimination, and constant anti-trans bigotry and violence, so many of us continue to persevere, survive and even thrive. We will not be eradicated or erased."

The radical transgender group then made a veiled threat at the media, writing they "remind the news media to respect the self-identified pronouns of transgender individuals who come across your desk."

"[Audrey] Hale self identified with ‘He, Him’ pronouns on forward facing sites. We also urge you to avoid pandering to those individuals on the Right who will use this double-tragedy to torment fear and terror of trangender people in order to advance a political agenda of transgender elimination."

"Biased and sensationalized coverage of these viewpoints is both irresponsible and reprehensible," the group wrote.

According to its website, TRN "is a collective of experienced organizers, committed allies, and concerned groups who are coming together for the long-term survival and well-being of gender diverse people in a more extreme environment."

Nashville police on Monday identified the six people killed in the shooting: 9-year-olds Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney and Hallie Scruggs, adults Mike Hill, 61, Cynthia Peak, 61, and Katherine Koonce, 60.

Koonce was the head of the school and Peak was a substitute teacher. Hill was a custodian at the school.

The victims were shot and killed when Hale, a 28-year-old transgender former student of the Covenant School, entered the premises Monday with two "assault-type rifles" and a handgun and began firing, police said.

Hale used hand-drawn maps with detailed entry points, which were found at Hale’s Nashville home.

The shooter was killed by responding Metropolitan Nashville Police Officers Rex Englebert and Michael Collazo.

Numerous local churches held prayer vigils Monday evening and several more are scheduled in the coming days to pay respects to the victims and offer the community's support for their families, according to local FOX affiliate WZTV.

Fox News Digital's Chris Pandolfo contributed reporting.

Only Pro-Death freaks would condone mass murder of children.
 

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Look on the bright side. That's three li'l kids who are forever safe from drag queens, groomers, and feeling bad about race.

Well done, Tennessee!
 

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We will stop at nothing to protect the children​


By Alexandra Petri

I can think of nothing worse than children — in school, sitting at their desks, reading banned books. A horrible thought, all those children solemnly holding books in their hands and reading them and putting the thoughts in those books into their minds. Learning the wrong lessons and growing up — the wrong way. Growing all the way up. Getting to grow up and think thoughts about those improper things they read in unsanctioned books, their whole lives, maybe. Horrible. I can think of nothing worse. Children who get to be 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and beyond — children who get to grow and have children of their own, and call their mothers or forget to call them, children who get to see the places they always wanted to see and children who get to be the best aunts in the world, but one afternoon in 2023 they read a book I didn’t approve of. I can’t imagine anything more horrible. Something must be done. To protect the children, we must stop at nothing.

I can think of nothing worse than children seeing art that is improper. Statues, paintings, vile, vile, horrible. Children passing pictures from hand to hand, looking at them, getting ideas about art. All those living children looking at those inappropriate statues! Horrible. Imagine them all leaving the classroom safely and growing up and maybe becoming artists themselves, and not thinking that what they saw was unspeakably obscene. Growing up and having barbecues and throwing surprise birthdays and cooking the best steak you ever ate and burning simple pasta in an inexplicable way and getting into fights on the internet and living to be 90 years old and — all the while, having seen that improper art. I can’t imagine a worse fate. We must act now!

I can’t think of anything worse than children reading history and feeling bad. Imagine, children, going home alive to their parents and complaining that they were made to feel bad by reading about the horrible events of the past. Can you think of a worse thing? Imagine that happening to a child. Imagine being a parent, and seeing the door open, and your child come through it, unharmed, with a complaint about a textbook. Unthinkable. Awful. Frightening. We must pass legislation.

I can’t think of anything worse than children going to a library to hear a drag queen read a story. Children sitting there alive in a library, hearing a story, surrounded by books and glitter, laughing. Children having a pleasant time, feeling as though there was nothing to be afraid of and going home happy. Can you think of anything worse? No, no. We must stop this at once. There must be laws. We must take action. We must protect the children from this awful fate.
Can you think of something worse? Are you thinking of something worse? Don’t worry: I will not think of it. I will not legislate about it. I will not give it a moment’s concern. To protect the children, I will stop at nothing. At absolutely nothing.

Can you think of something worse? Are you thinking of something worse? Don’t worry: I will not think of it. I will not legislate about it. I will not give it a moment’s concern. To protect the children, I will stop at nothing. At absolutely nothing.

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I agree with you on this. There does need to be something done about the ownership of guns, all guns. Americans think it is their god given right to own guns. Driving and owning a car is also a right, but there are stipulations. You must have a licence, have insurance etc, etc. Maybe it should be the same with guns. If you can't show a certain standard (ie: testing etc}....No gun for you. If you are a hunter, so be it....pass a test.
Of course, your hoodrat criminal won't follow these rules, but that is another issue.
Driving a car is not mentioned in the American constitution .
 

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Driving a car is not mentioned in the American constitution .
Yes, that seems to be the point missed by anti-gun zealots. Having said that, I am flummoxed why vigorous background checks are an anathema to the gun crowd. This doesn't make any sense to me.
 

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There are people calling this latest shooter a "martyr" and that Tennessee "got what it deserved". That is fucked up beyond belief.

Unfortunately this incident does meet the standard set to be deemed a hate crime.
 

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Driving a car is not mentioned in the American constitution .
Things change.....when cars first came out, there were no rules for that either. I know the American situation is different, but there needs to be some common sense applied too.
 
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Media Calls For Moment Of Silence For Shooter Who Was Misgendered

MEDIA·Mar 29, 2023

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U.S. — Media outlets around the country joined hands today to call for a moment of silent remembrance for Audrey Hale, a mass shooter who was misgendered.

"Words cannot describe the deep pain felt by the entire trans community as they watch one of their own being cruelly misgendered on the news," said MSNBC anchor Pam Broxley. "Trans people are in fear for their lives that they might be misgendered next. This is causing real-world harm to their self-perception, which amounts to a terrorist act. Please join us for a moment of silence for Audrey. Say her name."

All anchors across cable news, including Don Lemon, Joy Reid, and Jake Tapper, then bowed their heads in silence — including Tucker Carlson, who was only silent due to staring at the camera in stunned disbelief.

Experts are warning that the number of mass shooter misgendering victims has skyrocketed in recent weeks and say this disturbing trend may cause some trans people to feel less affirmed, which could then cause them to become mass shooters.

At publishing time, The White House had announced a candlelight vigil in memory of the shooter.
 
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