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‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ protest to go ahead Saturday despite Nashville school shooting


An activist group is set to hold a “Trans Revenge Day” demonstration outside the Supreme Court on Saturday, warning Against “astronomical amounts of hate from the world” and after the horrific shooting in Nashville that left seven people dead on Monday.

The Radical Activists Network (TRAN) will host the event in Washington, D.C. from March 31 through April 2, starting Friday and marching through the Supreme Court at 11 a.m. Saturday. On their website, they cited bills banning gender affirming sponsorships and the political climate as motivations for the demonstration.

But commentators are outraged at the decision to go ahead with the protest as police say they are investigating Nashville shooter Audrey Hill’s gender identity and sense of ‘discontentPerhaps that was the reason for the attack on the former Christian shooter school.

Republican activist Marjorie Taylor Green yesterday demanded her Twitter account be restored after it had features limited due to a rule violation.

she He said: My Congress has been suspended for 7 days for exposing Antifa, who are organizing a call to violence called “Trans Day of Vengeance”.

The day after the mass killing of children by a passing shooter. Immediately restore my account.

Police shot and killed school shooter Audrey Hill after he killed three children and three staff members in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday. The motive is unknown, although the police are investigating the supposed feeling of “resentment” associated with attending the private Christian school

The victim, Evelyn Dichhaus, was murdered when she was nine years old

The victim, William Kenny, was killed when he was nine years old

Victims Evelyn Dechhaus (left) and William Kenny (right), both aged nine, were shot and killed

Ian Miles Cheung books Twitter is now cracking down on those promoting the “Trans Day of Vengeance” poster, which consists mostly of trans militants calling for a day of mass violence.

Ella Irwin, Twitter Trust and Safety Team Leader, answered: ‘correct. We had to automatically clear our platform and remove >5000 tweets/retweets for this poster.

We do not support Tweets that incite violence, regardless of who posts them.

“Revenge” does not mean peaceful protest. Organizing or supporting peaceful protests is fine.

TRAN states on their website: “This protest is about unity, not incitement to violence. TRAN does not promote violence and is not welcome at this event.”

It is unclear if Hill was associated with the movement.

Audrey Elizabeth Hale opened fire at Covenant School, killing six people on Monday.

The shooter was armed with two assault rifles and a handgun.

They killed three children, the principal, 60, a guardian and a substitute teacher, both 61.

The victims were nine-year-old Evelyn Dechhaus, Haley Scruggs and William Kenny.

Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) Officers Rex Engelbert and Michael Collazo shot and killed Hill on the second floor of the school.

Police are investigating possible motives for the attack.

MNPD Police Chief John Drake said ‘resentment’ towards going to school may have played a role in the shooting, but also that Hill had targeted random students at the school… shots were fired.

Drake added that officials believe “(Hill) identified as trans, but we are still in the preliminary investigation into all of that and whether he actually played a role in this incident.”

Marjorie Taylor Green criticized the decision to go ahead with the protest on Twitter

Marjorie Taylor Green criticized the decision to go ahead with the protest on Twitter

Twitter's head of trust and safety confirmed that the site had removed the promotion of the protests

Twitter’s head of trust and safety confirmed that the site had removed the promotion of the protests

Nine-year-old Haley Scruggs (right), died in the attack

Michael Hill was one of six killed in the Nashville attack

Haley Scruggs (photo left, right) and Mike Hill (right) were shot and killed by Hill in the attack

Cynthia Beck, a substitute teacher who killed Hale

The school's principal, Catherine Consey, was killed in the attack

Cynthia Beck (photo left, right) and principal Kathryn Consey (right) died in the shooting

The upcoming protest was initially to be called Trans Vision Day, but was rebranded as ‘Revenge means Respond Strong’. He said.

It is our battle cry to announce to the world that we trans/non-binary communities will not be silenced or eradicated.

After the group distanced themselves from Hill, they posted a statement on their website prior to the event: “We Tsukuru (co-founder), Our Rights DC, and TRAN are horrified by the violence perpetrated at Covenant School on March 27, 2023.”

We mourn Evelyn Deco, Haley Scruggs, William Kenny, Cynthia Beck, Kathryn Consey, Mike Hill and their loved ones.

We also reject any connection between this horrific event and the holdouts.

Revenge means fighting hard. We fight false narratives, criminalization and eradication of our very existence.

Tran also said that due to “receiving hate” they disabled their contact form.

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