A domestic terror group run by trans people is planning a “Trans Day of Vengeance” on April 1st. And they are an armed group.
In the wake of the terrorist attack on the Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee this week, a light is being shined on the terror group which may have inspired the attack on the school which left 6 dead including 3 children all age 9.
“Transgender shooter Audrey Hale opened fire on the Covenant School in Nashville at 10.30am on Monday, killing Hallie Scruggs, William Kinney and Evelyn Dieckhaus during her rampage at the school,” the Daily Mail reported.
Hale was killed by responding police who acted heroically, quickly tracking down the terrorist with no regard for their own lives, unlike the police in Uvalde, Texas.
A group called “Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN)” is organizing the “Trans Day of Vengeance” which will take place in Washington DC in front of the Supreme Court.
One chapter of the group held a dance fundraiser ‘benefiting firearm/self-defense training for trans-Virginians.’ That fundraiser took place in Richmond VA on March 7th, well before the terror attack in Nashville, according to the Mail.
While the group has tried to distance themselves from the Nashville terror attack in statements, many trans people are promoting violence against Christians and their children.
“In statements, the group has taken pains to distance themselves from Hale, and her actions, and changed the name of the protest before the brutal slayings,” the Mail reported.
The protest on Saturday was initially meant to be called a ‘day of visibility’ but rebranded before the shooting to vengeance because it means ‘fighting back with vehemence’ – though the group was quick to say they do not ‘encourage or promote violence’ when contacted by DailyMail.com.
But one person posing as an activist appears to have taken the movement to the next level, posting a picture of a heavily armed person with an assault rifle and threatening to ‘kill christcucks’ – as Twitter removed thousands of posts with flyers for the event.
Twitter has been removing the posts that could be deemed threatening or involve guns associated with the ‘TransDayofVengeance’ hashtag – but it is unclear exactly how many were others posing with weapons as they have since been deleted.
Ella Irwin, Twitter’s head of trust and safety, wrote that the company removed more than 5,000 tweets that included a poster for the event.
She said: ‘We do not support tweets that incite violence irrespective of who posts them.
‘Vengeance’ does not imply peaceful protest. Organizing or support for peaceful protests is ok.’
It has been reported that a prominent transgender activist is a former soldier, who has risen to become one of the most recognized faces of the radical movement.
After the Nashville school shooting, Kayla Denker, who runs a YouTube account dedicated to explaining Marxism and guns, posted a video featuring herself (himself?) with an assault rifle.
Denker, based in Colorado, and believed to be a former soldier, was among those who immediately posted a highly provocative video online, showing herself brandishing what looks to be an AR-15.
There is a caption on the clip that 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…’
“Denker has since made most of her social media accounts private,” according to another Daily Mail report.
One account that remains open to the public is her YouTube page, which she launched in 2016.
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.
In March 2021, she posted a video of a man who appeared to be named Adam discussing guns, entitled: ‘High-Powered Rifles and why the AR-15 is not one.’
In July 2021, she posted a video of the same man entitled: ‘What gear you should get as a beginning shooter.’
The man featured in those videos is believed to be Kayla “pre-transition.”
Three co-founders of TRAN run the group, including the former staffer for the Virginia Democrats who stepped down to help TRAN plan.
One of the co-founders of TRAN is Noah Buchanan. On the group’s website Buchanan states: I am a transgender male and have been out since 2018. I have 10+ years of working in the mental health field.
‘What motivated me to start TRAN was the fact I was bullied to the point where I attempted to end my own life. The person that bullied me was a fellow member of the LGBTIA+.’
According to the Mail report, t-shirts like the one below are being sold on Etsy.