Multiple Twitter accounts were suspended yesterday after posting a warning about an advertised “Trans Day of Vengeance” in Washington, D.C., on April 1.
On Monday, three 9-year-old children and three staff members were slaughtered in a Christian school in Nashville, TN by a 28-year-old woman and former student, who identified as “trans.”
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who found the advertisement for the “Day of Vengeance” to be alarming, shared it on Twitter. Her account was suspended after she posted about the transgender community’s “trans day of vengeance” planned for this week.
Tucker Carlson dedicated a segment of his show to Twitter censoring her message and the messages of other popular conservatives whose accounts were also suspended for warning people about the upcoming violent event.
Yesterday, my official Twitter account was termporarily suspended for warning about Antifa's Trans Day of Vengeance in front of the Supreme Court.
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This planned event is being whitewashed by global brands and the left. Meanwhile, there’s still no acknowledgement of the innocent… pic.twitter.com/666WRD9EZX
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) March 29, 2023
“My Twitter account was suspended today,” Greene wrote in a now-deleted tweet. She then addressed Elon Musk, asking him for an explanation.
“@elonmusk, how is it violent speech to expose the ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ a day after a mass murder committed by a transgender shooter? And to call on the DOJ to investigate it?”
“I condemned the incitement to violence & demanded a federal law enforcement investigation in the Tweet.”
Sean Davis, the CEO of The Federalist, had his Twitter account locked as well for tweeting about the “Trans Day of Vengeance.”
Twitter Bans Federalist CEO Sean Davis For Factually Reporting On ‘Trans Day Of Vengeance’ Following Nashville Shooting @elonmusk @seanmdav pic.twitter.com/XKLHhJDFfX
— The Federalist (@FDRLST) March 29, 2023
The “Trans Day of Vengeance” that is scheduled to take place in Washington D.C. on Saturday, April 1, at the Supreme Court is hosted by the Trans Radical Activist Group (TRAN), which organized the event and has also been raising money for firearm training and called for its members to take action in Nashville ahead of the school shooting.
Meanwhile, members of the trans community are encouraging violence online directed towards those who either disagree with their agenda or are Christians.
The Post Millenial’s account was also locked by Twitter after they reported on the “Trans Day of Vengeance.”
We were locked out of our account for this tweet. It linked to our reporting about a “trans day of vengeance” that was being organized by far-left activists. @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/hns06UKKg0
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) March 28, 2023
In a tweet that has not been removed (yet) by Twitter, political activist Robby Starbuck condemned TRAN’s plans for its “Day of Vengeance” and for victimizing the Nashville shooter. He tweeted,
“These extremists not only claim victimhood for the killer, they blame Christians and all of us who helped get the law in TN that banned sex changes for minors. They’re also continuing their plans for a ‘trans day of vengeance’ this week. This is vile domestic terrorist behavior.”
Starbuck shared a statement posted by conservative Jack Posobiec from the Trans Resistance Network, reminding everyone that the trans community are always the victims and asking the media to please respect the trans Nashville killer’s pronouns.
These extremists not only claim victimhood for the killer, they blame Christians and all of us who helped get the law in TN that banned sex changes for minors. They’re also continuing their plans for a "trans day of vengeance" this week. This is vile domestic terrorist behavior. https://t.co/T1qX8jm5lf
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) March 28, 2023
Meanwhile, the organization that’s planning the “Trans Day of Vengeance” in front of the US Supreme Court is not backing down on its plans.
Here are just a few of the messages that were captured before they were removed from Twitter from a an account that threatened violence against Christians and defended the actions of the accused murderer Audrey Hale.
An anonymous account by the name of “TNDtracker,” which has now been removed from Twitter, makes sure to properly address the killer by using the “proper” pronoun. The message that was shared on social media also includes an image of a woman holding an assault-type weapon. The message identifies the Nashville trans killer as a “martyr against transphobia from hateful CHRISTIAN BIGOTS like you genociding us.” TNDtracker warns: “WE WILL DEFEND OURSELVES FROM YOU.” She asks, “Where is your g*d now? Pray…for mercy…because we won’t show any,” she warns.
An image of someone who appears to be a different trans woman can be seen holding an assault weapon under yet another message by TNDtracker tweets: “Kill christcucks” and “roundhouse kick a christcuck into the concrete,” and “Slam dunk a christcuck baby into the trashcan” amongst several other vile remarks against Christians.
Daily Mail reports – Kayla Denker, who describes herself as a ‘communist, archaeologist and writer, posted the video of herself with her gun after the incident in Nashville – despite saying ‘advocating for trans people to arm ourselves is not any kind of a solution to the genocide we are facing.” She then warns “transphobes” who are “coming after” her.
The organizers of the Trans Day of Vengeance event, created by Noah Buchanan (left), Tsukuru Fors (right), and Bo Belotti (center), were quick to say they do not ‘encourage or promote violence’ when the Daily Mail reached out to them.
TRAN is run by three co-founders, one of whom is a former staffer for the Virginia Democrats and stepped down to work with the group.
Bo Belotti, the national recruitment director, is a ‘trans-masculine non-binary person’ and helped the Virginia chapter of the group to raise money to go on guns and self-defense.
Belotti worked as a fellow for Del. Elizabeth Guzman and Del. Joshua Cole as a legislative aide and helped draft HB 145, which required the state to create model transgender policies for public schools.
His bio on the website adds: ‘While working in their state’s legislators, they helped craft trans-affirming statewide policies.’
The Trans Resistance Network, whose founders are currently unknown, said that they felt the need to speak out as a ‘collective’ and appeared to be encouraging the use of firearms.
Should Twitter be removing these warnings? We wondered what would happen if we posted this image to Facebook, which is even more tyrannical than Twitter when it comes to censorship. Perhaps it’s a good sign that no one is even talking about Facebook removing the warning, as every day it becomes more and more of a dinosaur and isn’t the go-to social media platform it used to be. The censorship issue has been markedly improved since Elon Musk took over, but it looks like there is still quite a bit of room for improvement.