The transgender school gunman who killed six people on Monday in Nashville, Tennessee, including three 9-year-old children, will not stop extreme transgender advocates from holding their “Trans Day of Vengeance” event this coming weekend.
The Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN) will hold a conference in Washington, DC, from March 31 to April 2, during which they will reportedly discuss “facing enormous quantities of hatred from the globe.”
On Saturday, the extreme transgender advocates will gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
“Now is the moment,” the Trans Radical Action Network proclaimed on their website. There is an incredible level of hostility directed at the Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming, and Intersex groups.
There have been at least a hundred proposals introduced to prohibit “Gender Affirming treatment.” West Virginia HB2007 is now in the Senate and Utah SB16 has cleared the House. Our neighborhood is terrified,” the coalition continued.
The “Trans Day of Vengeance” event will take place only days after 28-year-old Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who thought she was a man, murdered three children and three adults before being apprehended in the hallways of Nashville’s Covenant School.
Nashville Police Chief John Drake told reporters, “There is some hypothesis to that,” implying that transgender indoctrination played a part in Hale’s purpose, after being questioned if there was “any reason to think that how she identifies has any rationale for attacking the school.”
The group has a credo, as Drake has now disclosed. We are currently reviewing some documents related to the incident’s real date. We have a detailed plan of how everything was going to go down.
The officers who responded to the murder at Covenant School were seen on video killing the transgender perpetrator with numerous gunshots.
The “Trans Day of Vengeance” protest scheduled for this weekend in Washington, DC, will go on as planned despite the transgender mass gunman who killed six people on Monday.
The Trans Resistance Network issued a statement in response to the news of the fatal mass shooting, saying that “hate has repercussions.”
There were other unsettling reactions to the mass murder from the media and the transgender community.
Prior to the mass killing at a Christian school in Nashville, the transgender movement spread hostile and apocalyptic language, as previously documented by Breitbart News.
Furthermore, research from 2022 indicates that transgender adolescents have the greatest risk of “violent extremism.”
The extreme left has a stated hunger for “tolerance,” but in recent years, pro-transgender activists and protesters have become aggressive or violent at a number of demonstrations.