(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In another gaffe, or deliberate attempt to spread disinformation, the corporate media failed to adequately describe Colorado gay club shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich, attempting to link him with MAGA when he is really a non-binary leftist.
Aldrich, 22, allegedly killed five people and injured numerous others at a Colorado gay club called Club Q. The incident was covered by the mainstream media, which pounced to frame Aldrich as a Trump-supporting MAGA man.
But in reality, he now identifies as non-binary, using they/them pronouns, according to the Daily Mail.
“The suspect’s original name is Nicholas Franklin Brink,” the Mail reported. The name was changed to Anderson Lee Aldrich in 2016 in a petition signed by their mother, biological grandmother and step-grandfather.
According to his attorney’s court filing, Aldrich wishes to be called by the title: ‘Mx. Anderson Aldrich.’ The name-changing apparently also extended to Aldrich’s father, an amateur MMA fighter and porn star who goes by the name “Dick Delaware.”
Mx. Aldrich is also a formerly active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and was addicted for a number of years to crystal meth.
The Nov. 19 attack took place late at night, and Aldrich is believed to have opened fire in Club Q in Colorado Springs. He was eventually restrained by several clients at the gay bar, but not before he shot numerous people.
According to the club owner, Aldrich arrived with ‘tremendous firepower’, including an AR-15, a handgun and several additional magazines. In the wake of the shooting Aldrich faces possible murder and hate crime charges.
After the shooting, some outlets, like the far-Left Jezebel, immediately claimed that the Aldrich was a MAGA supporter.
According to LGBT-regime media organ, we should not be surprised given that the “Republican Party has spent the last several months in particular escalating their attacks on queer and trans people” and claiming that Aldrich has “ties to a far-right elected official,” alluding to Randy Voepel, a Republican in the California state assembly.