The tolerant left strikes again!
That’s right: The militant transgender mob is apparently enraged that a Utah Republican opposed to transgender medical treatments for children under the age of 18, and they decided to react with their typical, irrational destruction.
Through supporting Senate Bill 16, State Senator Mike Kennedy apparently invited transgender militants to assail his home with graffiti, namely by vandalizing his garage in red spray paint.
The message was less than inspiring.
“Fash… These trannies … bash back,” the graffiti blared.
Kennedy, rather disgusted by the latest display of intolerance from the left, made it rather clear that he will not be thwarted by pitiable threats.
“To those who seek to use violence, vandalism, and intimidation to deter me from standing up for what is right, let me be clear: you will not succeed. I will not be deterred by your cowardly actions,” Kennedy warned.
The state senator also pointed out the degree to which LGBTQ militants are embracing violence, further decimating social stability.
“The recent vandalism to my family’s home was not just an attack on me, but on the very principles our state stands for. We will not let fear and violence control our destiny,” Kennedy continued.
Such a shame Dems have invested so heavily in groups, such as BLM, that thrive on fear and violence.
And greed, of course.
“As Utahns, we will always stand up and push back against radicals who seek to push their agenda in our state. I am more determined than ever to work with the good people of Utah to make our state a better place for all, especially our children, and I won’t back down,” the state senator concluded.
Indeed, Kennedy is dedicated to ensuring the estimated 2,100 transgender minors in Utah do not make a mistake they may regret for the rest of their lives.
Equality Utah, an organization dedicated to alleged trans rights, provided a less than inspirational response to the vandalism, effectively pleading “not guilty” like many of the asinine organizations do.
“We do not know who participated in this action, but we have been informed this may have been an act of retaliation for his sponsorship of SB 16. To the extent this, or any other act of violence or vandalism against our public officials, is related to LGBTQ advocacy, we want to make it clear that Equality Utah condemns these tactics in the absolute strongest terms … These heinous acts do not help LGBTQ Utahns. They do not advance a climate of equality,” the organization sniffed.
Yeah. Because people in Utah really want “a climate of equality” in which men freely use women’s bathrooms, and become quite aggressive if they are not permitted to do so.
Try that approach in the Middle East and see what happens.
The so-called equality organization also took cheap potshots at Republicans, somehow managing to equivocate vandalism with legitimate political debates.
“We now call out and condemn extremists who may identify with our side, who deploy tactics to intimidate and frighten political opponents … The culture wars are now escalating into real-world violence, and we all have an obligation to take a stand and condemn extremism wherever it manifests – be it acts of vandalism, or political acts of violence,” the organization sneered.
Author: Jane Jones