The trans pride flag was flown over the Connecticut State Capitol on Friday, as pro-trans governments all over the country celebrated transgenderism just days after a transgender terrorist murdered six Christians, including three 9-year-old children, in a targetted attack in Nashville, Tennessee.
The trans flag was raised over the Connecticut State Capitol on Friday in a ceremony that included the state’s Lt. Governor, a group of state legislators, and activist members of the LGBT movement. In 2019, the state flew the gay pride rainbow flag over the capitol, but Friday marked the first time that the trans flag had been flown there and it came just days after the transgender, anti-Christian terror attack in Nashville, Tennessee that cut down six Christians, with three of the victims being 9-year-old children.
“I am so proud to stand with you today to deliver a very clear message to the trans community: you will always have a home in our beautiful state,” the Democrat Lt. Governor of Connecticut, Susan Bysiewicz, told the state legislators and LGBT’ers who joined her for the flag raising.
In a similar statement made in the form of a post to Twitter, Bysiewicz ignored the trans terror attack in Nashville, parroting the talking points of the trans lobby that, in the aftermath of the attack, has ratcheted up its victimhood rhetoric, claiming that transgender people are the ultimate victims of American society. Some trans groups are even hailing the Nashville killer as a victim herself, claiming that she had no choice but to “lash out” at America and Christianity in the form of an elementary school shooting.
“As we see trans rights under attack nationwide and anti-trans legislation being ushered through in countless states, I have a clear message to the trans community: we see you, we love you, we won’t stop fighting for you, and you will always have a home in Connecticut,” Bysiewicz wrote in her tweet, which has been slammed as tone-deaf by Twitter users.
As we see trans rights under attack nationwide and anti-trans legislation being ushered through in countless states, I have a clear message to the trans community: we see you, we love you, we won’t stop fighting for you, and you will always have a home in Connecticut. 🏳️⚧️ pic.twitter.com/h8UDyb0SRv
— Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz (@LGSusanB) March 31, 2023
Connecticut is far from the only state celebrating transgenderism in the aftermath of the Nashville trans terror attack, as several left-wing states chose to endorse the movement on Friday, as part of a “trans day of visibility,” which the pro-trans movement says it wants to turn into a “trans day of vengeance” against the American People.
At the federal level, Joe Biden issued a glowing proclamation declaring Friday a national “trans day of visibility” and claiming that so-called transgender people “shape our nation’s soul.”
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