Chilling video shows transgender activist warning women who try to stop her from using their bathroom that ‘this will be the last mistake she ever makes’
- Transgender activist Tara Jay posted a clip on TikTok threatening anyone who would try to stop her from using the women’s restrooms.
- Jay told her 2,400 followers it would be “the last mistake you ever make,” and urged others to buy guns, saying “this is a call to war.”
- Jay’s clip – now deleted – posted after six people were killed on March 27 by a transgender woman at a Nashville Christian school
A transgender activist has warned people against trying to ban her from using the women’s bathrooms, saying that if they do “it will be the last mistake she will ever make”.
The now-deleted clip of Tara Jay was shared to her 2,400 followers on TikTok.
Jay, who began transitioning in 2017, has also urged transgender people and other gay and transgender people to buy guns for their own safety.
She said, “If you turn a wild animal back into a corner, it becomes a dangerous animal.”
So, if you want to die on those, of righteousness and the moral majority, then go ahead.
I dare you to try to stop me from entering the women’s bathroom. This will be the last mistake you will ever make.
Tara Jay posted a video on TikTok, telling her 2,400 followers that she wouldn’t accept anyone stopping her from using the women’s bathrooms.
Jay added: This is a call to action.
“Arm. Go out and buy a gun and learn to use it.
Her remarks were recorded after the March 27 killing of six people by a transgender woman at a Nashville Christian school, and sparked outrage online.
The video has since been deleted.
Jay responded to the controversy in one of his many videos, mocking social media platforms.
I don’t care if you lose this account. Report all you want to me… I’ll still use the women’s restrooms and women’s locker rooms.
The video circulated on the same day that House Republicans unanimously passed a bill protecting women’s sports by barring biological men from competing against them.
Jay is often on social media, but her posts are often deleted due to graphic content and violent threats.
The clip was spotted by Oli London, a British K-Pop singer who lived as a Korean woman before “moving in” and writing a book.
London said Fox News that Jay was “threatening women’s safety” with these statements.
London said: “This is just another example of a biological man feeling emboldened to invade women’s spaces in the name of ‘self-identity’ and threaten women’s safety without any fear of repercussions.
He said that Jay’s argument “unfortunately has become very popular throughout society”.
In America today, people like this man, who identifies as polysexual, are encouraged to do so and lauded as “amazing and brave” for entering women’s spaces.
Anyone who calls out men like this is immediately deemed a “transphobic” and “hate bigot”.
This is a harmful narrative, but unfortunately it has become very popular throughout society.
We cannot continue to allow women to be endangered by men like this in the name of gender ideology. Enough, enough, protect women’s spaces.”