‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ to Proceed in D.C. Despite Nashville Shooting

Article originally appeared on amgreatness.com.

A planned transgender rally in Washington D.C. that has drawn widespread criticism after the Nashville school shooting is still set to take place on Saturday, despite increasingly violent rhetoric from the trans lobby.

The New York Post reports that the rally, scheduled for April 1st at 11:00 AM outside the Supreme Court, is being organized by the far-left group Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN). The event had been announced prior to the March 27th shooting, when 28-year-old Audrey Elizabeth Hale, a woman who identified as a man, killed six victims at The Covenant School in Nashville – including three 9-year-old children – before being gunned down by police.

The official poster for the event declares “We need more than visibility” and also reads “Stop trans genocide.” It also encourages attendees to “wear a mask” and “bring a buddy.”

The use of the word “vengeance,” and the …

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