‘Trans’ Killer in Nashville Massacre Made into Martyr by Commie Rioters

Rioters who stormed the Tennessee State Capitol last week portrayed the “trans man” perpetrator of the Nashville school massacre as a martyr; they counted her among the victims of the horrifying attack.

Pro-Trans Left Going Berserk

Since 28-year-old woman Audrey Hale, also passing as a “trans man” called Aidan,” committed the school massacre in Nashville, Tennessee, the transgender stormtroopers have gone berserk.

After Hale managed to gun down three nine-year-olds and three 60-year-olds, thugs invaded first the State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, then the State Capitol in Nashville, Tennessee.

On both occasions, their actions were approved by at least some of the Democratic lawmakers in the respective state legislatures.

Yet, the second State Capitol storming – the one in Nashville on Thursday – appears to have been even more nauseating. The pro-trans and anti-gun rioters actually counted Audrey Hale among the “seven victims” of the slaughter she committed single-handedly.

Raising Finger for the Killer “Man in Recent Months”

Once they invaded the Tennessee Capitol, the thugs staged one of their landmark hypocrisies by holding a moment of silence for the Nashville school massacre’s victims, Breitbart News reported.

Even though there were some disagreements over the number of vicitms, there were many who raised seven fingers – to demonstrate the heavily armed shooter was a victim, too.

There were a number of rioters who shouted or chanted that “it’s seven lives” and “there were seven victims.” Audrey Hale, aka “trans man” “Aidan,” was shot dead by two heroic Nashville cops while she was in the middle of her hellish shooting rampage.

While the Nashville Capitol rioters were commemorating the murderer’s death, mainstream media started to depict Audrey Hale “in a sympathetic light” and took steps not to “misgender” her.

The New York Times and CBS were among the outlets decrying that the authorities had referred to Hale as a “she” and “her,” while she had been a “man” in “recent months.”

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.