Member # 2917
Chaplain threatened over Shooting done by Transgender
If my family or I are harmed, the evidence in this email should begin any police investigation.
When I first heard of the horrific shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs (three miles from my home), I immediately condemned violence against LGBTs on Facebook, stating: "Regardless of motive, I condemn the demonic violence ruling inside the heart of the shooter in the Colorado Springs nightclub."
Yet I was twice falsely blamed for causing the shooting, despite the fact I was visiting family in Buffalo:
1) In a national hit-piece by the New York Times, former city councilman Richard Skorman blamed all current and former Christian conservatives in Colorado Springs for causing the shooting by our opposition to his same-sex policies, gay marriage, and transgenderizing of children. (Club Q was literally hosting a drag-queen show for kids, which Jesus opposes in Mark 9:42.) Skorman's quotations against Christians are below, and he has not apologized for blaming Christians, nor has he returned my messages requesting clarifying comment.
2) After the NYTimes + Skorman hit-piece, I was threatened by a pro-gay activist who blamed me in an angry voicemail (caution, vulgar language in audio) stating: "Why doesn't God stop bullets, F***ing A**hole? Your guys' F***ing hate is what kills people. F*** you. And you think this vindicates you, and you're gonna use this as fuel, but I HATE YOU. Why doesn't God stop bullets? Is he incapable? That makes Him less Godlike. If He's unwilling, it makes Him an A**hole. F*** you." This threatening caller's phone number is registered to 32 year-old Tyler Carlson in Oregon and is being turned over to the FBI.
Now, shockingly to CNN who hoped it was a Christian shooter (to support their false narrative), the shooter was actually a self-proclaimed transgender who hated himself and other transgenders enough to kill 5 and wound 18 to 25 more in pre-meditated mass murder. His father was reportedly a porn-star.
"Anderson Lee Aldrich, the suspect in the deadly Colorado LGBTQ nightclub massacre, is non-binary [transgender] and uses 'they/them' pronouns, their lawyers said in new court filings Tuesday," reports NYPost. Public defenders Joseph Archambault and Michael Bowman filed several motions on Tuesday night that included a footnote about their client’s identity.
“Anderson Aldrich is nonbinary,” the legal footnote states, and the Denver Post reported. “They use they/them pronouns, and for the purposes of all formal filings, will be addressed as Mx. Aldrich...” Booking records list him as male.
Following is the NYTimes false and defamatory hit-piece in which Richard Skorman blames all Christian conservatives for causing the shooting:
"Colorado Springs, a city of about 500,000 people south of Denver, is a Republican stronghold, and for decades it was a center for conservative Christian efforts to pass laws limiting the rights of gay people. It has been home to a number of religious leaders with national platforms who condemned homosexuality."
At the same time, the city has long had a small but vibrant L.G.B.T.Q. community that supported a handful of small clubs, seemingly energized by a dominant surrounding culture that didn’t always welcome them.
Richard Skorman, a longtime City Council member and local business owner, said Colorado Springs was for years a center of anti-gay activism, and the home base for Christian think tanks and political groups. The influence of those groups reached a high-water mark in 1992 when they were instrumental in passing a state ballot initiative, known as Amendment 2, that prohibited local governments from banning discrimination based on sexual orientation. Amendment 2 was later declared unconstitutional...
“We had that reputation,” Mr. Skorman said. “Colorado was the hate state, and Colorado Springs was the hate city...”
Mr. Skorman was a member of the City Council in 1999 when it recognized same-sex partnerships for city employees. Four years later, a more conservative council revoked the policy.
“What happened is a tragedy,” Mr. Skorman said. “But I don’t think it’s unique to our community. It is happening all across the country. There are a lot of crazy, angry people out there, and it’s very easy for them to get guns.”
[Dr. Chaps' comment: I respectfully request an apology from Richard Skorman and a retraction from the New York Times, who have falsely blamed Christians for inciting the shooting at Club Q, and instead they incite new threats and dangers against us, when the shooter was a self-admitted Transgender non-binary, not an evangelical Christian. Many leftists rushed to judgment, and now cause great harm to the Christian community's safety and reputation, without apology. Please contact me directly to discuss.]
That is all.....
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