Godless leftists vandalised the Colorado Springs headquarters of Focus on the Family on Thanksgiving morning.
Vandals spray-painted “their blood is on your hands” and “five lives taken” on the sign leading into its headquarters.
This was in reference to the tragic Club Q shooting that killed five and injured twenty-five by a non-binary killer who goes by the name, “Mx. Anderson Lee Aldrich.”
Mx. Aldrich was previously arrested for threatening to bomb his mother’s house.
A typical conservative!
Earlier this month, a gunman opened fire at Club Q, a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing five and injuring 25 others. Despite the suspect’s identifying as “nonbinary” and going by “Mx. Anderson Lee Aldrich” in court documents, many on the Left blamed conservatives and Christians for the attack, and vandals targeted one prominent conservative Christian group in the city.
“Their blood is on your hands,” vandals spray-painted at the Colorado Springs headquarters of Focus on the Family. The vandals added, “five lives taken.”
Vandals spray-painted the Focus on the Family building in the wee hours of Thanksgiving morning. Before the vandalism, numerous news outlets and left-leaning personalities had cited Focus on the Family’s conservative Christian stances on homosexual activity while reporting on the shooting. Some called the city “an epicenter of organized homophobia.” Among these, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a leftist organization notorious for demonizing conservative Christians who oppose the LGBT agenda, named Focus in an article tying “anti-LGBTQ hate” to the shooting.
The left blamed conservatives for the attack.
An article from SPLC specifically mentioned Focus on the Family.
Colorado Springs, where the shooting took place, has itself long been a hub for the Christian Right, which for decades has pumped out anti-LGBTQ propaganda in the name of a narrow and exclusionary definition of family.
In the 1990s, Colorado Springs’s Focus on the Family led the fundamentalist charge in support of Amendment 2, a Colorado ballot measure that banned municipalities from including LGBTQ people in their anti-discrimination policies. Though the initiative passed in 1992, in 1995 the Supreme Court found that it violated the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
According to court documents, the shooter was non-binary in orientation.
Accused Colorado Springs gay bar mass shooter 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich is non-binary, uses they/them pronouns and is addressed by Mx. according to a Tuesday night court filing by his attorney. The mass shooting at Club Q killed five and injured 17 people. Aldrich has been charged with five counts of first degree murder and ‘bias motivated crime.’
Club Q features drag shows, including all ages family brunch drag shows, that has prompted liberal media figures to blame the attack on conservative reporters who have exposed the sexualization of children at drag shows and the targeting of minors for trans surgery and medication
New York Times reporter Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs posted to Twitter, “In new court filing, public defenders for the suspect in the mass shooting at a Colorado gay club that left 5 people dead say that their client is non-binary and that “they use they/them pronouns.” The lawyers refer to their client as Mx. Anderson Aldrich.”
Will the left denounce this attack?