A transgender woman has threatened murder against people who seek to enforce restrictions that require individuals to use bathrooms that correspond with a person’s biological sex.
In a video posted to the social media app TikTok and shared on Twitter, a man who identifies as a woman says he is ready to “take up arms” and “die” if needed in a fight against those who would deny his ability to use women’s restrooms.
“I dare you to try and stop me from going into a women’s bathroom. It will be the last mistake you ever make. This is a call to action and a call to arms.”
This guy is a tragedy just waiting to happen. Do your damn job @FBI pic.twitter.com/sNWZ8ZTfr6
— Jason Jones (@jonesville) April 20, 2023
“So you go ahead. You protect your kids from me using the bathroom. If you back a wild animal into a corner, they’re gonna become a dangerous animal,” the person threatened.
The video continued:
So if you want to die on that hill of yours, of righteousness and moral majority, then you go right ahead. I dare you to try and stop me from going into a women’s bathroom. It will be the last mistake you ever make. I dare you to try and stop a transgender woman in my presence from using the bathroom. It will be the last mistake you ever make.
This is a call to action and a call to arms. You need to arm up, plain and simple. Go out, buy a gun, learn how to use it efficiently, through and through, because the time to act is now as I’m going to do myself, because there are lots of people like me who are not afraid to die.
I love my girlfriends to death, but I would rather die for them to secure their safety, freedom, and future than to live and not have anything done.
Twitter users claim the man removed himself from TikTok, but maintained an active account on YouTube under the account name “Tranny Vs The World.” Within hours of the video going viral on Twitter, the YouTube page appears to have been shut down.
Numerous social media users referencing the post tagged the FBI on Twitter, urging the Bureau to investigate, given the video content could be considered a clear and direct threat to violence, the latest in a string of violent acts committed, threatened, or planned by transgender individuals.
On March 24, a transgender man — a biological woman who identified as a man — committed a mass shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, killing six, including three 9-year-olds.
Journals were found in her home, which indicated that she had planned the mass murder over a period of months.
Less than two weeks after that incident, Colorado authorities arrested a transgender woman who was found with homemade bombs, floorpans of a local middle school, and who was charged on multiple counts, including criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree.
The suspect also had a manifesto with the names of mass shooters, political commentators, and a list of people “to be killed” written in a notebook, which also contained the victims’ intended casualty versus injury rate, as Timcast previously reported.