In the wake of the tragic shooting in Nashville, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre quickly jumped to the defense of the transgender community. It’s true that the shooter, Audrey Hale, was trans, but let’s not forget that Hale also murdered six innocent people, including three children. Hale’s mental health issues may have played a role in the attack, but that does not excuse her horrific actions.
She cannot be serious… https://t.co/BzkNw6N2mY
— Jenna Ellis 🇺🇸 (@JennaEllisEsq) March 30, 2023
Jean-Pierre’s statement of support for the trans community is nothing more than political correctness gone awry. The fact is, the trans community is not under attack. It’s individuals like Audrey Hale who are responsible for acts of violence, not a whole community of people. This type of rhetoric only serves to sow division and perpetuate the myth of victimhood.
JUST IN: Just days after a trans shooter shot and killed 6 Christians, KJP says that *trans* people are the ones under attack.
"Our hearts go out to the trans community, as they are under attack right now."pic.twitter.com/IqhsQYkcie
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) March 30, 2023
Let’s focus on the real issue here – mental health. Hale’s history of mental illness clearly played a role in this tragic event. This is a problem that needs to be addressed in our society. We can’t keep ignoring mental health issues and expect things to get better.
Finally, let’s not forget about the victims and their families. They are the ones who are truly suffering right now. It’s time to come together as a nation and offer our support and condolences to those who have been affected by this senseless act of violence. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time.