An activist group is set to hold a so-called “Trans Day of Vengeance” demonstration at the Supreme Court despite a transgender individual murdering six innocent people in Nashville this week.
- The Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN) is planning a “Trans Day of Vengeance” protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court this weekend, just days after a biological woman who identifies as transgender killed six people at a school in Nashville.
- The activist group will host the event in Washington, D.C. from March 31 to April 2, citing on their website “Gender Affirming Care ban bills” as a motive for the demonstration.
- “The Time is Now. The Trans/Non-Binary/Gender Non-Conforming/Intersex communities are facing astronomical amounts of hate from the world,” TRAN says.
- TRAN claims that protests are needed after six transgenders’ lives ended this year and that at least 60 others died in 2022.
- “Like the Stonewall Riots the gays and lesbians were experiencing what the trans community is facing now. This cycle of hate needs to end in fact it must. Allies, siblings we need you now more than ever,” the group said.
- TRAN’s website was still promoting the event as of Tuesday, one day after the shooting that took place at The Covenant School.
SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER IAN MILES CHEONG ON “TRANS DAY OF VENGEANCE”:
“Twitter is now cracking down on those who promote the ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ poster, which mostly comprises of trans militants who are calling for a day of mass violence,” Cheong said.
- Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs’ staffer was blasted on the internet after tweeting an image implying “transphobes” should be killed the same day of the school shooting in Tennessee.
- Hobbs’ Press Secretary, Josselyn Berry, tweeted a GIF of actress Gena Rowlands holding two pistols captioned “Us when we see transphobes” just hours after the deadly massacre in Nashville.
- “Less than 12 hours after the tragic shooting in Nashville by a deranged transgender activist, Katie Hobb’s Press Secretary calls for shooting people Democrats disagree with,” the Arizona Freedom Caucus said. “Calling for violence like this is un-American & never acceptable. Josselyn Berry should be fired immediately.”
- Berry put her Twitter account on private amid outrage from the public towards the staffer.
- She resigned as Hobbs’ press secretary on Wednesday following uproar.