CNN host left stunned by development of Club Q massacre undermining media narrative: ‘I don’t know what to say’

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota on Tuesday expressed shock at a new development in the Club Q massacre that undermines the narrative of blaming Republicans for the incident.

Democrats and the media suggest that part responsibility for the massacre rests with Republicans and conservative media because they oppose the progressive LGBT agenda.

What did Camerota say?

Speaking on CNN Tonight, Camerota broke the news to a panel that the perpetrator of the Club Q massacre identifies as “non-binary” and uses “she/them” pronouns.

“Attorneys for the accused shooter … say in new court filings tonight that the suspect now identifies as non-binary,” Camerota said. “In a footnote to a motion to assert legal privileges, the public defenders say, citation: ‘[The perpetrator] is non-binary. They use ‘they/them’ pronouns and are treated as mix-[perpetrator’s name].”

The news left Camerota speechless.

“I mean, you know, I don’t know if — I don’t know what to say to that,” she said.

By including the word “now” in her comment, Camerota framed the development in a way that suggested the perpetrator’s gender identity change was recent. That legal filing to which it referred does not use the word “now”.

Still, her framing led CNN political commentator Errol Louis to claim the change was made as a legal defense against hate crime charges.

“It sounds like they’re trying to prepare a defense against a hate crime charge,” Louis claimed without evidence.

“Legally, that’s the least of his problems. But it looks like they’re trying to build some kind of sympathy, or at least confusion, as to whether or not this was just motivated out of hatred,” he added.

One more thing?

The culprit faces First degree murder and hate crime.

He was discharged from hospital on Tuesday and was due to appear in court on Wednesday. according to the Denver Post. CNN host left stunned by development of Club Q massacre undermining media narrative: ‘I don’t know what to say’

Laura Coffey

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