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Iowa LGBTQ Mass Shooter Identifies as “Trans Nonbinary” on Social Media – MSM Attempts to Shape Narrative in His Favor (Screenshots)

A 17-year-old opened fire at a small-town Iowa high school on the first day of school after the winter break, killing a sixth-grader and wounding five others Thursday as students barricaded in offices, ducked into classrooms and fled in panic.

Mitch Mortvedt, assistant director of Iowa DCI, said Perry High School Dylan Butler, was armed with a pump-action shotgun and a small-caliber handgun to carry out the shooting.

Authorities did not provide information about a possible motive, but the horrific school shooting in Perry, Iowa, on Wednesday may add to the growing list of mass shooters who identify as LGBT.

The killer was obviously disturbed and unwell. Reporter Andy Ngo, meanwhile, claims that he had a “social media footprint showing he was trans nonbinary.”

From his alleged TikTok account:

The Post Millennial reports that at least one of his videos was “accompanied with trans flag emojis as well as the hashtag ‘genderfluid’.”

Another account linked to the shooter reportedly “shows the pronouns ‘he/they’.” In still another case, a social media post indicated the young man might have been seeking “transitioning:”

A Reddit account believed to belong to [redacted] posted on the board r/Trans in response to the question “for those who haven’t started transitioning yet. What’s holding you back?”

The [user name] … said, “I don’t want to look ugly.”

Here is a screenshot from Reduxx:

The Post Millennial notes this account said he “preferred ‘hotdogs for days‘ and professed a love for My Little Pony.”

And according to Libs of TikTok, another one of the shooter’s videos allegedly contained a transgender support message:

Law enforcement are reportedly investigating the social media assets, but many expect there to be silence from authorities on the motive for the shooting, perceiving a trend where community leaders, federal agencies, and the media do not want to add to a growing list of LGBT-identified shooters across America.

The media however decided to start their own campaign!

They are now trying to change the narrative on the Iowa shooter and shift the blame from him by suggesting this is the consequence for “bullying” LGBTQ youth.

This part …

‘He was hurting. He got tired. He got tired of the bullying. He got tired of the harassment.’

So they are justifying his actions?

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Mark Van der Veen

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Mmoreno
Mmoreno
5 months ago

The gender dysphoria epidemic is starting to get completely out of hand. Rather than change the body with drugs and surgery to meet the delusion, how about focusing on the psychological problems of delusion and/or perception of one’s gender status and trying to fix that aspect of the person’s persona???