Another False LGBTQ Hate Crimes Narrative Gets Flushed Down the Toilet

It is a common pattern that Democrats and mainstream media quickly use the aftermath of mass shootings or other national tragedies. They create preconceived narratives and assign blame long before the facts are known.

This has been witnessed many times. It was evident with the Pulse massacre in Florida in 2016 and the Club Q mass shooting in Colorado where five people were killed.

Both cases were marred by allegations of “MAGA bigotry,” as we previously reported. Anderson Aldrich’s Colorado lawyers stated that Aldrich had been “nonbinary” shortly following his arrest, even though there is no evidence to support this claim. An NBC News reporter did some Internet research and supported this claim.

Following threats against gay bars in Atlanta Georgia, police reported that a similar situation was occurring. This familiar scene is now being shared on social media:

This is not an accident, the rhetoric that pushed the Club Q shooting has been amped up even more since that terrorist attack (it was an act of stochastic terrorism), with the goal of pushing more such attacks.

Something has to be done to shut down the rhetoric, immediately.

— Thomas Lecaque (@tlecaque) November 29, 2022

I don’t know how else to say that until we significantly drum out all the horrid groomer/pedophile rhetoric demonizing LGBTQ people, this violence is only going to continue against us. Please, for the love of God, call it out for the hate that it is.

— Zack Ford (@ZackFord) November 29, 2022

Except that this case was identical to the one from NYC. The man who was arrested for making threats was…drumroll…a homosexual man, independent journalist Andy Ngo pointed out.

The man who was arrested for allegedly making terroristic threats against The Heretic gay club in #Atlanta is revealed to be a gay leftist & HuffPo contributor named Chase Staub. Many on the left blamed the incident on the right & “stochastic terrorism.”

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) November 29, 2022

This vital information was missing not only from local news reports about Staub’s arrest but also from articles at LGBTQ sites The Advocate, and that referred to how “right-wing attacks against the community” were allegedly increasing.

It seems redundant to remind people to wait for the facts before jumping to conclusions. But the truth is, the world would be better if more people did this.

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