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Conservative YouTuber and outspoken trans woman Blair White was sent numerous death threats from so-called "trans activists."
In a newly-released YouTube video, White reads hate mail from those who wish death upon her on a "minute-to-minute basis."
"Lucky you're moving. I've been thinking about what to do with your address since I found it," the first one threatened, enraged that White is leaving her Los Angeles residence.
"[G]ood luck with me. #ripblake," the unnamed woman added, either purposefully mis-naming White in an ignorant dig—which White says is ironic, as trans activists are the ones to "use that kind of a card against a trans woman"—or typed a simple typo for #ripblaire.
The user could also presumably be referring to Blake Boothe, the openly gay 14-year-old Indiana middle schooler who took his own life in 2014, Fox 59 reported.
To this hater, White answers: "Actually, you're lucky I'm moving, because if you decided to come to my address, it would end up badly for you, not for me. I promise you that."
The next one is more-so a wish, White describes. A direct message reads "Die f*gg*t" followed by a kiss emoji.
The associated profile picture uses the Transgender Law Center's Facebook frame for Trans Awareness Month in 2016. "I support trans rights" is displayed on a banner below.
White explains that this instance is "mind-numbing" and "hilarious, because again, the only people who ever call me any anti-gay slurs or call me a gay man are typically radical trans activists."
"Too bad it wasn't you," a girl wrote to White. "Poor Eden," she added, referring to Eden the Doll, Joslyn Flawless, and Jaslene Whiterose who were brutally attacked and robbed on Hollywood Boulevard as onlookers failed to intervene with several bystanders laughing. White even denounced the hate crime in her previous video.
"I had Eden's back despite any of the beef we ever had," White recognizes their fallout. "Because trans woman to trans woman, it was disgusting what happened to her."
White then questions how this trans person could consider her "so evil" that she deserves to be subjected to a "transphobic physical assault."
"This is what happens when you allow your ideology to taint your mind to such a degree that you are literally convinced that anyone who strays from that is evil," White goes on, "because once you do that, you can pretty much justify anything happening to them and even wish certain things happen to them—on any type of person."
"You're foul. Log off. Delete your account," White fires back.
Another claimed in a baiting email titled "Sponsorship offer" that every night they "have a wet dream" about White "falling off the face of the earth, violent or otherwise."
"Jump off that balcony you keep posting on your Instagram," the emailer prefaced the "business inquiry" to White's professional inbox.
The unidentified person alleged that White has made their life and "the lives of all trans feminine people insurmountably more difficult."
"The silicone your friend pumped in your a** is hopefully on its way up to your tiny and completely useless brain," they sneered.
In regards to "payment" for this "business offer, the sarcastic inquirer requested White's address so they can "be sure to send it to you as soon as humanly possible!"
The fact that the hit piece was so "premeditated" and "thought out," the emailer wanted to catch the subject's attention, White speculates, dismissing that the instigator could be a leftist wing troll and rather it's someone "furiously typing" out this "level of depravity."
"If this person didn't send this email from a psych ward, I hope they end up there real soon, because this is so crazy," White tells her fiance Joey Sarson.
Sarson responds off camera, casting light on how White has repeatedly brought on trans people as guests and even invoked tears from fans who have thanked her for her advocacy.
At the end of the day, White states that she is working towards a similar goal as her aggressors: to normalize trans people. However, she approaches the cause in a different way that she contends is "more effective."
She pinpoints that these political challengers target an audience who already agrees with their message. Sarson supports her, also conceding that White's personal stories help her resonate with a differing crowd.
White notes that she's been a public critic of social justice narrative for four years now and the overhanging danger comes with the territory.
She acknowledges that she only considers threats serious when an intruder physically appears at her door, which she mentions has happened before. White admits she only approaches the authorities if the threats are explicitly direct to warrant consequences.
For instance, Diana Ramsey posted in January: "Honestly, I live within driving distance of Little Miss Blaire. Like her, I own implements and know how to use them. I could take her out from a distance. It would be my pleasure to erase this trash from the Earth."
"It's no secret I've been an outcast of the trans community," White states to her viewers, "because it's really just trans activists who send me the worst hate that I get."
Despite the stereotype that "rednecks or transphobes" would be the most likely perpetrators, left-wing hypocrites of the trans activist community are the most prejudiced, White asserts.
Before rattling off the death threats, she highlights that she doesn't disclose screen names, Twitter handles, or the email addresses of the hate-filled to doxx them in return, pointing out that she's not "as low or as despicable as these individuals."
"Lord knows they're a lot more mentally fragile than me," White snaps back.
On Facebook, "Code Name The Blaire B*tch Project" circulated in a trans group, calling her "Public Enemy Number One."
"I should trademark that," White jests.
In one photo, a target was placed on her forehead. "These people really want me taken out," White reacts, contrasting how she would never incite harm on celebrities whom she disagrees with.
Reflecting on the widespread civil unrest across major US cities and now the murder of political opponents, she calls out those justifying violence.
"We're seeing the complete dehumanization of people who think differently than us and who behave in ways we don't necessarily approve," White concludes.