With the underlying premise of probabilistic terrorism, it was only a matter of time before a lone wolf took action on the hatred that Republican politicians spewed against the LGBTQ community. Despite her public hatred of all ‘Q’s, Lauren Boebert stayed with her. Denver Post in scorching op-ed To the barely re-elected Congressman:
“Lauren Boubert … tweeted this on Sunday following the Club Q shooting: ‘The news out of Colorado Springs is absolutely terrible. The victims and their families are in my prayers this morning. This lawless violence must end immediately.”
Her tweet did not mention that this senseless act of violence targeted a group often marginalized and frequently targeted by Boebert.
“This is the same person who offered these gems before: ‘Take your kids to church, not the drag pole’ and ‘We’ve gone from Reading Rainbow to Randy in decades.’ I went to Rainbow, but don’t you dare say the Left is well-groomed “our kids!”
“Grooming” is a “must use” word in the MAGA lexicon.
“Boebert has been justly accused of her role in spreading hate speech against the LGBTQ community. , meaning she would not have supported any efforts to keep this shooter gunless. possession. “
“Boebert’s profile made her an easy target for those pointing out the dangerous environment created when lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer neighbors were not treated equally. , she is not alone in this state, let alone the country, guilty of perpetuating rhetoric that fosters fear and hatred.”
The last paragraph is particularly frightening because it explains why we expect more mass shootings against LGBTQ families. The whole premise of probabilistic terrorism is that if you spew enough hate and false accusations against your community, a lone wolf will take on real dirty work, much like what happened in Colorado Springs. .
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