It’s no secret that the liberal media, Democrats, and the Left have been pushing to normalize transgender dysphoria, and the recent coverage of the mass shooting at a Christian school is no different.
On Wednesday night, MSNBC’s The ReidOut hosted Joy Reid along with transgender activist Charlotte Clymer and Jim Wallis of the Center for Faith and Justice at Georgetown, who were eager to target Christian conservatives.
Reid began the segment by playing a clip of Tucker Carlson proclaiming that transgender ideologues are the natural enemy of Christianity.
Wallis responded by claiming that LGBTQ are “beloved of God, made in the image of God,” and that “White Christian nationalism,” is a “biblical heresy.” He then went on to compare guns to “Moloch,” an ancient God from the Bible to which children were sacrificed.
Reid then hyped a “moral panic on the right,” and asked what it was like for Clymer to hear Michael Knowles say that we should “eradicate transgenderism.”
Clymer responded by saying that she cannot see Christ in their words and that it was not “of Christ” to speak in such a way. Wallis then went on to proclaim that what they were doing was “anti-Gospel, anti-Christ,” and that “politicians could do something, if they wanted to.”
It’s clear that the Left is attempting to weaponize the tragic shooting at a Christian school to push their agenda by targeting Christian conservatives.
They’re using their platform to spread hateful rhetoric and false information with the intent to demonize those who don’t agree with their views. They’re attempting to use Christianity to push a false narrative, and it’s shameful.
The Left’s attempt to weaponize the tragic shooting at a Christian school to push its agenda is shameful.
They’re using their platform to spread hateful rhetoric and false information with the intent to demonize those who don’t agree with their views, and attempting to use Christianity to do so.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.