Viral Law&Crime story about murder-suicide DRAGGED for referring to woman victim as ‘pregnant boyfriend’

"What the f*ck does this mean."

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Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
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A 26-year-old Florida man is dead after murdering his pregnant girlfriend then turning the gun on himself. The victim has been identified by her mother as Camdyn Rider, 21, who was 8-months-pregnant and transgender. Riley John Groover is believed to have shot Rider multiple times.

First responders attempted to save the baby's life in Winter Haven, but were unable to do so. Both mother and baby died at the scene, just after 7 pm on July 22. Groover and Rider were engaged to be married.

The tragic story, however, became the target of criticism when Law and Crime reported the incident as one in which a "man shot and killed his pregnant boyfriend and then himself in a murder-suicide." Men cannot become pregnant, and the only people who have ever been pregnant on Earth in the entire history of humanity have been female.


The bizarre account of the disturbing and sad story caught the ire of YouTuber Tim Pool, who said simply "What the f*ck does this mean" in response to the headline from Law and Crime.



CEO of satire site The Babylon Bee Seth Dillon quoted the headline, which certainly has the appearance of satire. "Pregnant boyfriend," Dillon said.



Libs of TikTok, radio host John Steigerwald, and others all pointed out the insanity of reporting that the women who was killed by her boyfriend was in fact that man's "pregnant boyfriend."





The rising phenomenon of it being acceptable to outright lie and say that men can become pregnant, which can only result from a pregnant woman claiming to be a man, is an attempt to appease ideologues who believe that reality is a manifestation of the self.

They further believe that the entirety of society should acquiesce to the wishes of those who believe they are actually the opposite sex and express the lie publicly. There are many publications that go along with this, but the expression of this by Law and Order is somewhat shocking.

Not only is it clearly false to say that a woman who was shot and murdered along with her unborn child was someone's "boyfriend," but it downplays the very real problem of domestic violence against women in the home. 

Family members told reporters that Rider and Groover had frequent arguments, but nothing that had risen to the level of being reported to the police.
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