Relation Between Mass Shootings and Trans Community is Frightening
In the last five years, four individuals who identify as transgender have committed mass shootings. In November of 2018, Snochia Moseley — a man identifying as a woman — opened fire at his place of work and caused injury to three people while taking the lives of another three victims in Aberdeen, Maryland. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident; other transgendered individuals have done similarly horrifying acts over the past half-decade with disastrous consequences.
In May 2019, a Colorado resident who had identified themselves as male perpetrated an act of violence in a school that resulted in one fatality and eight injuries. Just three years later, another individual from the state – this time identifying as trans-sexual – opened fire inside a gay nightclub with tragic consequences: five people lost their lives while eighteen were wounded by the gunman’s bullets.
On Monday, the unthinkable occurred when a 28-year-old identifying as male took a firearm to an elementary school in Nashville. In this tragedy, Audrey Hale murdered three staff members and three innocent nine-year-olds – making it one of four mass shootings committed by people who constitute less than 1% of the population over just five years; that works out to be 2.75 mass shootings per million transgender individuals within those same few years.
If America’s heterosexual population of roughly 325 million individuals followed the same pattern as mass shooters, we would be facing approximately 900 real-life mass shootings—in educational institutions and workplaces—over a four-year period. Let us not confuse these estimations with the fake media outlets like CNN that often misrepresent facts to create false “mass shooting” stories.
It looks like maybe removing gender dysphoria from the list of mental illnesses wasn’t such a wise decision after all…?
Here’s another bad idea: allowing corporate media to feed misleading information to a mentally fragile demographic, claiming they are the target of hostile organizations that don’t exist. The end result? You get an influx of trans fanatics taking matters into their own hands with a Trans Day of Vengeance, while being spurred on by those same corporate and taxpayer-funded sources encouraging them to purchase weapons.
I can guarantee you that no one in the NRA believes it’s a wise decision to arm those with mental illness.