Following the school shooting, Kayla Denker, a YouTuber who creates videos about Marxism and guns, shared a video of 'herself' holding an assault rifle.
The Nashville attacker, Audrey Hale, 28, was described by police as transgender, and online appeared to reference herself as 'Aiden' - although the authorities are still referring to Hale as a woman. Hale's murder of three nine-year-olds and three staff members at a Christian school she attended - and may have resented, according to police - has sparked intense debate among the transgender community. While the vast majority condemned the attack, fringe groups and extremists said the shooting was in part a consequence of the oppression of trans people.
First and foremost, there is no widespread, organized effort to "oppress" people who identify as the other gender. So any suggestion that there is and that violence by trans people against others is justified is extremely false.
Denker, who is based in Colorado and believed to be a former soldier, posted a highly provocative video online immediately after the Nashville school shooting. In the video, 'she' is seen brandishing an assault rifle.
At first, Denker did not address the video, but later, he denied that it was uploaded after the shooting. Instead, he claimed that it had been originally posted on March 5, the outlet reported.
The since-deleted TikTok shows a silent Denker reloading an assault rifle several times while staring into the camera. An accompanying caption reads: "While advocating just for trans people to 'arm ourselves' is not any kind of solution to the genocide we are facing, I do want to say that if you transphobes do try to come for me..."
There is no evidence whatsoever that 'trans people' are facing "genocide" -- this is just another fabricated narrative to justify violence against conservatives and traditionalist Americans.
The Daily Mail noted further:
Her first video, posted four years ago, was a 10 minute clip entitled 'The Reclamation of Communism'.
She then uploaded an eight-part series on Marxism, plus three parts of a BBC documentary about the German philosopher.
Denker's most recent videos are about guns.
The trans and 'queen' ideology is taking over American pop culture after remaining mostly hidden until recently, made evident again on Sunday during the Country Music Academy awards, a program that used to be all about traditionalist culture.
"The annual Country Music Television (CMT) Awards show Sunday night was infused with political messages from 29-year-old singer Kelsea Ballerini, who co-hosted the ceremony alongside musician Kane Brown," the Daily Wire reported on Monday.
Ballerini took to the stage with drag queens from a reality TV show, seemingly challenging the GOP-supported law. Additionally, she appeared to advocate for gun control measures, referencing the recent school shooting in Nashville; the CMT Awards took place in the same city.
— Kelsea Ballerini (@KelseaBallerini) April 3, 2023
“If you go down, i’m going down too // thank you to these iconic queens,” she wrote on Twitter that included a photo of her performance. The “Half of My Hometown” singer also praised CMT “for celebrating love, self expression, and performance.”
In Tennessee, a law supported by the GOP that would prohibit drag queen performances for children and in public places where minors may be present, was due to take effect in April but has been temporarily halted by a federal judge.