Suspect in gay nightclub shooting identifies as non-binary

The person suspected of a fatal shooting at a Colorado gay nightclub last weekend identifies as non-binary.

“Anderson Aldrich is non-binary. They use she/them pronouns and will be treated as Mx for the purposes of all formal submissions. Aldrich addressed,” a court footnote submission Conditions.

The shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs left five dead and more than a dozen injured.

“A very sad tragedy. Hopefully, now that some facts have come out, politicians can stop their knee-jerk reactions and sickeningly exploitative attacks on other politicians,” said former US Rep. Scott Taylor of Virginia, a Republican. tweeted in response to a New York Times reporter’s post on the news of the suspect’s non-binary identity.

Democrats pounced on Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado after lawmakers released a tweet deploring the attack and calling for an end to the unlawful violence. “The news from Colorado Springs is absolutely awful. This morning my prayers are for the victims and their families. This lawless violence must end quickly,” Boebert said tweeted On Sunday.

Colorado Transgender Rep. Brianna Titone claimed Boebert had blood on her hands and called for her resignation.

“Thanks for the ‘thoughts and prayers’ but that doesn’t make up for the damage you have done directly in fomenting these types of attacks on the LGBTQ+ community. They have contributed to the hatred towards us by spreading phrases and insults. There’s blood on your hands. Just step back”, Titone tweeted.

“I’ve never had bad rhetoric about anyone and their personal preferences growing up,” Boebert said during a KOA radio interview Tuesday, according to Ross Kaminsky Colorado Public Radio. “What I have criticized is the sexualization of our children. And I have criticized men who dress up as caricatures of women.” Suspect in gay nightclub shooting identifies as non-binary

Laura Coffey

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