Media Flips, Persecutes Christianity
Following the tragic event where a gunman took the lives of three children and three staff members at a Christian grade school in Nashville, Tennessee on Monday, certain journalists, columnists, entertainers and activists directed their anger towards Christians and conservatives who had previously opposed drag shows for children.
According to Fox, Mike Wise, a sports writer who leans towards the left-wing, appeared to endorse a tweet that expressed sympathy for the transgender shooter, who reportedly attended the same school as a child, stating that the shooter was a victim of “intolerant” brainwashing due to “religious indoctrination.”
A Twitter user by the name of Kat Amarco stated that while she did not approve of Audrey Hale’s actions, she could empathize with the anger and frustration of those who feel oppressed by a state that promotes religious indoctrination to children. According to her, the fact remains that the shooter still identified with the child she once was while attending that school, and the emotional pain stayed with her even as an adult.
“This is as deep and real as it gets. Thank you,” Wise responded to Kat Amarco’s comment.
President Biden and the Democrats have been attacking Christianity and religion in general for years now and this latest tragedy is lifting the veil on what American society has sadly become. It’s shocking to see the liberals prosecute faith in such a divisive way and many Americans who do believe in God think things are only going to get worse.
Several individuals criticized Covenant School and those who were offering prayers for the victims of the tragedy.
David Pakman, a progressive talk show host, made fun of the Christian school for supposedly “not praying enough” in response to the tragedy.
“Very surprising that there would be a mass shooting at a Christian school, given that lack of prayer is often blamed for these horrible events. Is it possible they weren’t praying enough, or correctly, despite being a Christian school?” Pakman wrote.
“If prayers alone worked there wouldn’t have been a mass shooting at a school where they pray. DO YOUR F—ING JOB,” Gun control activist Shannon Watts shockingly wrote.
Terry Moran, a journalist for ABC News, faced accusations of targeting Christians and Republicans when he emphasized that Tennessee had prohibited transgender medical care for minors, as well as male and female impersonators in adult entertainment shows following a series of drag show-related controversies in the state. This occurred during his coverage of the school shooting.