Our Rights DC issued a statement asserting that “we lack the resources to ensure the safety of the protest and cannot in good conscience move forward with it.”
“The safety of our trans community is first priority,” the group added, claiming that trans people have been threatened since the shooting.
The group describes the alleged threats to the trans community as “the direct result of the flood of raw hatred directed toward the trans community,” claiming that it is “one of the steps in genocide.”
There are no comments on the Twitter thread because the group has limited who can reply, but you can imagine what people really think about this.
Those who warned about the upcoming protest sparking violence were locked out of Twitter:
Meanwhile, LGBTQ+ groups have threatened “serious consequences” if the FBI releases the mission statement of the Nashville shooter Audrey Hale.
Other extreme leftist groups are still promoting their own ‘trans day of vengeance’:
In Kentucky, trans activists stormed the Capitol Wednesday to protest a new law prohibiting child sex changes.
Joe Biden and the White House have said that it is the trans community that is under threat and needs to be protected: