The institutional Left senses that its dominance over our societal mores faces a sudden and unexpected challenge. It is responding with predictable derangement.
"One day, somebody is going to shoot you in the head."— Andy Ngô ????????? (@MrAndyNgo) June 6, 2023
At the @dallasprideorg event on June 3, a group of pride participants confronted conservative group @protecttxkids_ and one person made a death threat on camera. pic.twitter.com/sxeoFHI1eM
"LGBTQ+ Americans are living in a state of emergency. The multiplying threats facing millions in our community are not just perceived—they are real, tangible, and dangerous," HRC's president, Kelley Robinson, said in a press release.
"In many cases, they are resulting in violence against LGBTQ+ people, forcing families to uproot their lives and flee their homes in search of safer states, and triggering a tidal wave of increased homophobia and transphobia that puts the safety of each and every one of us at risk."
Just over two months ago, a person who was "identified" as transgender engaged in a mass shooting at a Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee. The Human Rights Campaign had nothing to say about the targeting and killing of Christians in that case, despite a clear increase in attacks on churches in the past few years. Most of the media pivoted to explaining how a terrorist attack on Christians is really a threat to the LGBTQ+ community.
If the Human Rights Campaign is worried about violence, maybe it should say something about incidents like this: