There is something in the water—that’s the only credible explanation for a group of people who have spent pretty much the past week threatening acts of violence and violently storming state capitols to protest legislation that protects children under 18 from forced or manipulated mutilation, who are now wanting to protect their own tribe from alleged threats of violence by canceling an event titled “Trans Day of Vengeance,” whose title alone is suggestive of violence.
You cannot make this stuff up.
From The Post Millennial:
Our Rights DC, the group behind Saturday’s “Trans Day of Vengeance” protest outside the Supreme Court, has announced that the event has been cancelled due to a “credible threat to life and safety.”
The event, which was originally scheduled for the “Transgender Day of Visibility,” as designated by President Joe Biden, was widely criticized following Monday’s mass shooting in Nashville in which trans-identified 28-year-old Audrey Hale murdered six people, including three children.
From now on, all that “Transgender Day of Visibility” will evoke is the memory of transgender Audrey Hale targeting and murdering three adults and three children at the Covenant School in Tennessee because she “just wanted to die.”
My colleague Bonchie made these spot on points.
No one should think broader society is off the hook here either. Specifically, the far-left backed by the mainstream press preaches that people can change their gender and that affirmation is the only path forward for deranged individuals who clearly need psychiatric help. They have created this environment where transgender individuals feel justified in physically harming others who don’t abide by their delusions. That’s where the calls for a “Trans Day of Vengeance” have stemmed from.
Astonishingly, despite the horrific crime committed, some in the media are actually trying to paint the shooter as a victim. There’s a suggestion that she was driven to the crime by her parents not accepting her delusions. Sorry, I’m not down for that hostage situation. Transgenderism is a mental illness, and there is no excuse for murdering others due to a lack of acceptance of it, much less murdering children.
This was a hate crime, and it should be treated as such.
I’d like to invite 3 Trans Rights Activists to have a convo w/ me & 2 other TERF’s/feminists abt the harm being done by Trans Rights Activism & how its actually hurting trans people. Yes it is.
Never b4 have I seen the allies of a movement do it’s members harm
Who should I ask?
— EJ Rosetta (@ejrosetta) March 31, 2023
Two communities co-sign rage and murder as a form of protest: Antifa and the trans community, and it’s not a good look on either one of them. By definition, these are terrorists, not victims. These raging members of the trans community are very visible. They are all over Tiktok and other social media, spewing hate against TERFs. We see them, and by them, we see the agenda. And the agenda is that they are focused on violence against anyone who dares to protect biological women and protect children. Just ask J.K. Rowling, who simply supports young people who de-transition to heal their gender dysphoria, and who refuses to co-sign non-scientific ideas about gender.
Transgender human blames @jk_rowling for trans deaths and praises book in which J.K. Rowling dies:
"People like J.K. Rowling need to f*cking stop because my people are dying because of her. She is killing us.
There's one more good thing about this book – J.K. Rowling dies…I… pic.twitter.com/ZVcABjCspU
— I Meme Therefore I Am 🇺🇸 (@ImMeme0) March 30, 2023
So, yeah, Our Rights DC wasn’t so much afraid of a credible threat to life and safety, they were afraid of more credible examples of the psychotic individuals in their midst being brought into the light.
Prove me wrong.
2/x: Individuals who had nothing to with that heinous act have been subjected to highly serious threats and blamed only because of their gender identity. This is one of the steps in genocide, and we will continue our efforts to protect trans lives.
— Our Rights DC (@OurRightsDC) March 30, 2023
“This action will not be taking place Saturday due to a credible threat to life and safety. The safety of our trans community is first priority.
“This threat is the direct result of the flood of raw hatred directed toward the trans community after the Tennessee shooting.”
Since we do not have access to Our Rights DC’s email servers or text threads, we cannot say what threats they may or may not be getting. However, we can point to the threats and violent action that pro-life centers, churches, and other religious organizations have undergone since before the overturn of Roe v. Wade and thereafter. Now, if you do not support the mutilation of children, and do not want women’s spaces invaded by biological men in a dress, you must be subjected to the focused hatred of the transgender community.
Here’s just a sampling.
patrick stump local terf killer💪 op you legend pic.twitter.com/BgUrgIjzUt
— sm (for) 💤 (@dbwams) March 22, 2023
This is what they want to do to women. It was never about rights. pic.twitter.com/zbWmVfww2F
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 29, 2023
“Individuals who had nothing to with that heinous act have been subjected to highly serious threats and blamed only because of their gender identity,” the group lamented, claiming that such actions are “one of the steps in genocide.”
The so-called transgender youth bills in both Tennessee and Kentucky are protecting children under the age of 18 from being lab rats in this social experiment. Because that is all this is. But they don’t have enough adults to buy in anymore, so they are indoctrinating impressionable young minds into thinking they have to mutilate themselves to truly become who they wish to be.
Hundreds of protesters descended on the Kentucky State Capitol on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers enacted a sweeping ban on sex changes for minors after overriding the veto of the Democratic governor.
Under Senate Bill 150, doctors are prohibited from providing hormone therapy or other gender-affirming treatments to anyone under the age of 18.
KY Governor Andy Beshear vetoed the bill, and the KY Republican legislature came together and overrode his veto. This is a reflection of how upset people are about having this poison foisted on them, their rights as parents being violated, and their children being lied to to suit an agenda.
But as my colleague Brandon Morse wrote:
Are transgender people being murdered? Absolutely, and it’s usually by their own hand. According to the National Library of Medicine, 82 percent of transgender individuals consider killing themselves, and of those, 40 percent have tried to kill themselves. That statistic gets higher the younger the transgender person is.
The only people truly coming for the trans community is the trans community.
BOOM. Self-inflicted harm, which aptly explains this push, then the pivot away from this Trans Day of Vengeance event. Even up until Thursday, the group was saying they would not back down and the event would go on:
This protest is about unity, not inciting violence. TRAN does not encourage violence and it is not welcome at this event.
Below is a press release regarding recent events. Due to the hate we have received, we disabled our contact form. We will provide an update regarding the contact form when it becomes available. At this time, any protests that are occurring please take any precautions and keep each other safe.
Save for the parents who want their children—and all children—protected, no one else was paying attention to Transgender Visibility Day or a Trans Day of Vengeance. Until Audrey decided to destroy six lives at the Covenant School.
If you don’t want to be subject to other people’s rage, then maybe consider not leading on your own.
Trying to imagine what the responses of our political and media classes would be if a TERF day of vengeance came into existence
— Comrade Weetman (@francesweetman) March 29, 2023
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