'Trans Day of Vengeance' will happen at Supreme Court—Andy Ngo, MTG Twitter accounts STILL suspended for warning public

The Trans Radical Activist Network cites the prohibition of the medical mutilation of children as hate against their community. 

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

Antifa-affiliated group Our Rights DC and the Trans Radical Activist Network has been planning what they are calling a "Trans Day of Vengeance" in Washington, DC for April 1. The event is reportedly still going forward, despite the recent deadly vengeance carried out by a trans person on Monday.

Evidence of the action was seen on Twitter, as the publicizing of the event continues on social media despite Twitter's lock-out of accounts reporting on the intention toward violence.

This protest event has been scheduled for some time, and throughout March, the flier was circulating online. The event is planned for Saturday at the Supreme Court. Ironically, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of employment protections for trans persons in the Bostock case.

"TRAN will be hosting an event in DC, time and location on 4/1 at 11 am in front of SCOTUS. The online event will be hosted on 4/1, time TBA. This protest is about unity, not inciting violence. TRAN does not encourage violence and it is not welcome at this event," they write on their site.

They write that "The time is now," because "The Trans/Non-Binary/Gender Non-Conforming/Intersex communities are facing astronomical amounts of hate from the world."

They site bills that have been passed or proposed in states across the US that prohibit child sex changes, and classify the prohibition of the medical mutilation of children as hate against their community. 

"At Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN), we are movement builders," reads their mission. "Our sole purpose for existing is trans liberation. In order to achieve this aim, we take control of our narrative, advocate for policies that protect the rights of trans/non-binary/gender non-conforming people, facilitate mutual support, and educate ourselves in fostering healthy, sustainable communities. We fight all 'isms' of the world that are designed to restrict the rights of the marginalized groups. We transcend all boundaries. We are Trans Radical Activist Network!"

Trans Radical Network, another aggressive trans activist group, also posted on Twitter that "hate has consequences" in response to the school shooting, saying "prepare to defend yourself now. This weekend has already provided two crystal clear reasons why we need ot be prepared to defend ourselves at a moment's notice against nazis and fascists. Don't get scared. Get prepared."

Instead of expressing sadness for the victims of the shooting, TRN remarked upon the victimization of the shooter. They wrote that the shooting was "not just one tragedy, but two." 

"The second and more complex tragedy is that Aiden or Aubrey Hale, who felt he had no other effective way to be seen than to lash out by taking the life of others, and by consequence, himself," the TRN wrote.

After the Covenant School shooting of 3 children and 3 adults carried about by Audrey Hale, a 28-year-old woman who identifies as transgender and used he/him pronouns, Twitter went on a mass lock-out spree, locking accounts that had posted about the Trans Day of Vengeance.

Twitter was merciless in locking out those who were reporting on the calls for violence on behalf of trans people, though the account that originated the call for the Trans Day of Vengeance, Our Rights DC, remained and remains active.

Twitter locked out Post Millennial Senior Editor Andy Ngo as well as The Post Millennial, both of which reported on the upcoming occurrence on March 22. They locked out Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who also reported on the plans for vengeance.

Both Ngo and Greene are still locked out.


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