Mainstream Media Blames Conservatives for Shooting at LGBTQ Bar as Suspect Identifies as “Non-Binary”

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The recent shooting at a LGBTQ bar in Colorado Springs, Colorado was blamed on conservatives who criticize the sexualization of young children and the transgender agenda that encourages children to use drugs and surgery that can change their bodies irreversibly and can cause sterility. The suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, claims to have a “non-binary” gender, indicating he is part of the trans community, rather than being a right-wing ‘extremist’. Aldrich has a prior criminal history.

Summary by JW WIlliams

Colorado: Police and witnesses say that on November 19, 2022, a 22-year old man, Anderson Lee Aldrich, allegedly walked into a LGBTQ bar called Club Q, and opened fire, killing five people and wounding more than a dozen others. He was subdued by bar patrons and later arrested.

A number of conservatives, including Tucker Carlson, Candace Owens, Matt Walsh, Marjorie Taylor Green, Christopher Rufo, Laura Ingraham, Ben Shapiro and Lauren Boebert, were blamed for radicalizing Aldrich to hate LGBTQ people and commit murder. However, it was revealed through court papers that Aldrich identifies as a non-binary person, indicating that he doesn’t hate the non-binary community because he is part of it. The mainstream media has been caught trying to pass off the political propaganda against conservatives as news.

The White House responded by calling for more gun control and a ban on “assault weapons”.

Aldrich changed his name when he was 16 years old, in an effort to distance himself from his father. The father, Aaron Brink, was a crystal meth user, a performer in porn films, and a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. Brink claims to be a Mormon Republican conservative, but his history does not fit traditional conservative values. Brink made several comments opposing homosexuality.

The leftist media, when blaming conservatives, also focused on Aldrich’s grandfather, Randy Voepel, a MAGA Republican and California state legislator who will be leaving office in December.

According to reports, Aldrich has a history of criminal behavior and allegedly threatened his mother with a homemade bomb last year. For reasons unknown, the district attorney’s office declined to pursue charges. In a separate incident, Aldrich reportedly held his grandparents at gunpoint last year after learning they planned to sell their Colorado Springs home, where the suspect was living.

A survivor of the shooting event, Barrett Hudson, told an incredible story and said that he was shot 7 times in the back by the gunman who was reported to have used an AR-15 rifle. Hudson said that he ran to the back door of the club after he was shot, hopped on a table, and then climbed a 12-foot barbed wire fence to make his escape. He said that he sprinted away, leapt down from a ledge that was 10 to 15 feet  high, and then eventually made it to a 7-11 convenience store that was approximately a quarter of a mile away.

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