The Left is Violent: Katie Hobbs’ Press Secretary Suggests Shooting “Transphobes” In Disgusting Tweet

by J Pelkey
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Hours after the Nashville mass shooting, the press secretary for fake Arizona Democrat Governor Katie Hobbs, Josselyn Berry, posted a disgusting tweet suggesting violence against “transphobes”, which is a nonsense term created by the left to suggest anyone who doesn’t support transgenders has some kind of mental illness… which is absolutely absurd. Just more propaganda.

Breaking Digest previously reported that in the wake of the horrific murder of three innocent Christian children and three staff members at The Covenant School in Nashville, TN, radical transgender activist @LumpofNicoal promoted one of his prior posts showing him wearing a shirt that says “trans rights or else” with assorted firearms, a clear message.

Twitter has allowed the tweet to remain pinned at the top of his account while suspending conservatives for simply retweeting information about the trans day of vengeance protest that is scheduled to take place in front of the Supreme Court this Saturday.

Berry posted a picture from the 1980 movie “Gloria” of a woman holding two handguns with the caption: “Us when we see transphobes”. A clear message of violence toward anyone who doesn’t support the transgender lifestyle.

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“The image appears to be in violation of Twitter’s policy against violent threats which states: ‘You may not threaten to inflict physical harm on others, which includes (but is not limited to) threatening to kill, torture, sexually assault, or otherwise hurt someone,’” The Post Millenial reported.


Conservative Twitter reacted with outrage, rightfully, to Berry’s tweet:

The Kari Lake campaign slammed Hobbs’ office for the tweet, calling it “reprehensible.”

“Josselyn Berry, the woman running @katiehobbs‘s comms, sent this threat out following the murder (hate crime) of six innocent Christians by a trans activist This message is reprehensible & deserves bipartisan condemnation.”

“You should be doing that to the Mexican drug cartels instead of taking their money,” one Twitter user commented on Berry’s tweet.

Even unhinged leftist Keith Olbermann said Berry must apologize and resign.

A self-proclaimed gay “lib” called the tweet “highly inappropriate.” “This is a governor’s press secretary tweeting this? Seems really pedestrian and sophomoric, not to mention highly inappropriate. I’m gay. I’m a lib. This post is BS. We don’t need allies like you. You do us no favors.”

Twitter deleted Berry’s tweet and locked her account, which is surprising.

“This is the contact information for the governor’s office. I’ll be giving it out again tomorrow on my show. And the next day. And the day after. We are going to start holding these people to the same standard and the same rules,” political commentator Matt Walsh wrote.

The Arizona Freedom Caucus also called for Berry’s immediate firing for her tweet.

“Less than 12 hours after the tragic shooting in Nashville by a deranged transgender activist @katiehobbs’ Press Secretary calls for shooting people Democrats disagree with. Calling for violence like this is un-American & never acceptable. @joss_berry should be fired immediately,” the Arizona Freedom Caucus wrote.

AZ Central reported:

A social media post from Gov. Katie Hobbs’ spokesperson suggesting the use of violence against those who disparage transgender people has prompted a backlash and calls for the governor to take action.

Hobbs spokesperson Josselyn Berry late Monday posted an image on Twitter from the 1980 movie “Gloria,” showing a woman with a handgun in each hand. “Us when we see transphobes,” Berry wrote in an accompanying post that followed a prior message.

The post was made hours after a mass killing at a Nashville school where the shooter was identified by law enforcement authorities as a transgender person. The tweet was amplified Tuesday by Republican lawmakers and consultants, who panned it as tone deaf and advocating violence.

The Arizona Freedom Caucus, which includes the state Legislature’s farthest-right members, called for Berry’s dismissal, saying that “calling for violence like this is un-American & never acceptable.”

More from The Washington Times:

The tweet was part of a conversation that began Monday evening with Ms. Berry condemning “transphobic” progressives, often feminists who condemn transgenderism as an erasure of women.

“If you work in the progressive community and are transphobic, you’re not progressive. Period. End of story. It’s not hard to understand but [your] bigotry masquerading as feminism absolutely is,” she said.

Someone responded: “Not sure these transphobic-from-the-left posers know who they’re messing with,” prompting Ms. Berry’s tweet of the gun-toting woman.

Nashville police identified the shooter who killed three children and three staffers at the Covenant School as Audrey Hale, 28, later saying that she identified as male. The suspect was shot and killed by police about 14 minutes after the first 911 call.

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