Biden Makes an Interesting Admission About the Club Q Shooting

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As I previously pointed out, there’s plenty of reason to wait for all the facts to come in before jumping to conclusions about the Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs, Colo. The 2016 Pulse club shooting in Orlando, Fla., was falsely branded an LGBTQ hate crime when it actually was not. Despite this, that narrative has stuck.


Of course, the left never misses an opportunity to push their agenda, so they immediately declared the attack was a hate crime and blamed Republicans for it.

Well, not the entire left.

Related: GLAAD’s Club Q Shooting Response Calls for Silencing Critics

It was interesting to see that when Joe Biden released a statement on the shooting, he conceded there was no known motive yet. “While no motive in this attack is yet clear, we know that the LGBTQI+ community has been subjected to horrific hate violence in recent years,” his statement began.

I find it noteworthy that he began his statement by acknowledging that there is no known motive. Biden has never missed an opportunity to exploit a tragedy for political ends; does his concession that there is no known motive mean that his administration has already learned the shooting wasn’t an LGBTQ hate crime?


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