PA spree shooter cited gender identity as reason for shooting

“I’m a girl who’s been trapped in a man’s body for two and a half decades, and I need to get the hell out. I don’t belong on this planet, nor have I ever. I need to die, and I’m taking whomever I can down with me.” – Spree Killer Randy Stair

Randy Robert Stair, 24, went on a spree shooting in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania today. He murdered three of his co-workers at a Weis Market grocery store. Afterward, he committed suicide. Stair left behind a note saying he was mad about being “a girl who’s been trapped in a man’s body.”

Stair, who went by Andrew Blaze on Youtube, left a seventeen-hour long audio track titled “suicide tape” on youtube. The audio track was published on June 7th. There are on screen dates showing the content was recorded on several different days starting on December 27th, 2016. Stair begins the audio track by talking about struggling with his “feminine” feelings. He keeps repeating that he was sent to the earth to “spread this cause” over and over.

Stair also uploaded a forty-two-minute “goodbye” video on June 7th. It features video of Stair, EMO style music, and an animation that appears to glorify spree shootings. There is evidence in his videos that he was planning to carry out the shooting for months.

Stair idolized the Columbine Killers, the two far-left High School students who murdered fifteen classmates in 1999. The Columbine killers scheduled their shooting spree with the planned breakup of the Marxist German Industrial rock band KMFDM. One of the killers wrote in his journal that he wanted to kill “racist people.”

So will the national media analyze his videos and look for evidence that this could be left-wing terrorism? Not very likely! The media will blame “white males” and “guns.”

In fact, the media aggressively tries to re-invent incidents to fit their narrative, even if it means lying about it. Some major media outlets have aired fake news stories claiming the Columbine killers were “neo-Nazis” even though one of them was Jewish. Students told local media that the Columbine killers wore make-up, nail polish, and were perceived as being bisexual. Not only did this never make the national news, Rolling Stones actually ran an article explicitly denying that the Columbine killers wore make-up.

Take, for example, the 2015 triple homicide in Chapel Hill, NC. Craig Stephen Hick, a left-wing white male, shot and killed three neighbors who were all Muslims. He had been feuding with them over parking spaces. One look at the suspect’s Facebook page showed an avalanche of support for left-wing causes and militant atheist groups. The national media aggressively speculated that Hick was a “right-winger” and completely ignored his enormous left-wing digital footprint. The far-left Southern Poverty Law Center [SPLC] even published a complete fake article saying that Hick’s Facebook page contained no evidence of what his political beliefs were. This, despite the fact that Hick’s expressed public support for the SPLC on his Facebook page!

Should Randy Stair be called a left-wing terrorist?

1 Comment on “PA spree shooter cited gender identity as reason for shooting”

  1. The person was not a woman trapped in a man’s body. It’s men who spree-kill strangers. Women kill people they know, or they take some pills for sympathy.

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