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US POLITICIAN SAYS TRANS PEOPLE, SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, DRAG QUEENS TO BLAME FOR MASS SHOOTINGS

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MaryMary

It's a good thing what she say tell us far more about her then  about trans or anything else she blame.

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Carolyn Marie

Just another nut job.  Leave her alone in a nice padded room somewhere, and she'll be all right.

 

Carolyn Marie

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Ellora

I haven’t been following everything the white domestic terrorist have been saying, but what has stood out, is their hate for immigrants, which is another asinine reason for killing anyone. Politicians should be helD accountable for their words, and sued and suspended before more deaths and harm can be done as a result of their hate fueled objectives. #StopTheHate #StopThoseThatHate #EnoughIsEnough

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Robin

It is lucky that she hasn't realised that we also cause crops to fail, and milk to turn sour.

 

Robin.

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Charlize

Logic?  If we weren't here then hate would disappear and white nationalist terrorists would hug the diversity that makes up our population.   

This person was elected?

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Kirsten

What a weird story. 

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VickySGV

She is not the first, just the most recent.  The last four headline grabbing shootings have had at least two politicians blaming us, and of course we have the power to attract and create hurricanes, tornadoes, and several weeks ago, even earthquakes.  Las Vegas, Nevada had a rather scary time with a heavy cloud of grasshoppers a week ago, and one person pointed to the Drag performers and showgirls as the cause for that. I saw one brief news flash where the head of her party's state central committee made a low voltage suggestion for her to resign.  I doubt she will resign, she did not offend the people who voted for her. 

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Kirsten

It won’t matter anymore anyways. Trump is gonna lock everyone up that suffers from mental illness. 🤷🏻‍♀️🙄

politicians in the us are like off the deep end. On both ends too. There’s as much crazy left as the crazy right I think. They are all froot loops I tell ya!! 

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Kirsten

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-says-mentally-ill-people-should-be-involuntarily-confined-2019-8

 

I mean my god. And doesn’t he realize that even if it was actually mentally ill people doing this stuff, which it isn’t, the ones that are on record and getting help are most likely not where the problem would be. It’d be the ones that aren’t known and aren’t getting help. 

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MelissaAndProudOfIt

All so easy to blame the LGBT commuunity.   We are all out and honest about who we are.   These people who make allegations have far more to hide about who they are.  They may even be secretly jealous that we have the courage to be the people that we are.  We so it seems will always be blamed, but frankly i think we have nothing to hide, not to be feared, i am so pleased i am who i am, i am so happy that theirs communities such as ours...in fact i am proud of all of us...and we are the honest folk and we are gaining in numbers and are officially on the rise... Bless you all....

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