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Right-wing focusing on Nashville shooter’s gender identity, blaming attack on transgenderism in general

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This photo provided by the Metro Nashville Police Department shows officers at an active shooter event that took place at Covenant School, Covenant Presbyterian Church, in Nashville, Tenn.

Monday, March 27. Authorities say the suspect in a shooting at a private Christian school in Nashville is dead. (Metro Nashville Police Department via AP) The Washington Stand, the Family Research Council’s “outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview,” lost no time in labeling the suspect in the deadly mass shooting Monday, March 27, at The Covenant School in Nashville as “a transgender activist,” despite the fact that, while the person identified by police as Audrey Hale was a transgender man, there has been no evidence made public that they were ever involved in LGBTQ activism.

An article by Ben Johnson, posted online at on Monday quotes Congressman Tim Burchett, a Tennessee Republican, who told FRC President Tony Perkins, “Obviously, it’s a mental health issue, and it’s just a complete and total tragedy.

I honestly feel like this is some sort of demonic possession that has gotten into our world today. And it’s become accepted. “White House has two men who wear dresses,” Burchett continued, referring to Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Dr.

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