Katie Hobbs' press secretary of having "made light of a mass shooting" and "called for more violence," after she posted a photograph of a woman with two guns, which she said were aimed at "transphobes," hours after a deadly school shooting on Monday.Audrey Hale, a 28-year-old who police say identified as transgender, opened fire at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, shortly after 10 a.m.
on Monday. Six people were killed, including three children, before Hale was shot dead by police. Body camera footage of the incident has been released by the Metro Nashville Police Department.The shooting sparked a fierce debate, with senior Democrats calling for more gun control, while a number of prominent conservatives suggested, without providing any evidence, that the attack could have been linked to Hale receiving gender affirming medical treatment.Just hours after the shooting Josselyn Berry, Hobbs' press secretary, posted a photo of a woman aiming two guns on Twitter, adding: "Us when we see transphobes."The post sparked fury with Arizona Republicans accusing Berry of threatening violence, and calling for her to be sacked.Lake, who unsuccessfully ran against Hobbs in November's gubernatorial election for the GOP, shared a screenshot of Berry's post on Twitter.She added: "If a conservative made light of a mass shooting & called for more violence, they'd be personally & professionally destroyed.If a conservative made light of a mass shooting & called for more violence, they’d be personally & professionally destroyed.But a member of Katie Hobbs’ staff did just that & the media is silent.We don't partake in cancel culture - but the media’s bias has never been clearer.