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Transgender Man Arrested After Threats Against ‘Transphobes’

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Federal prosecutors charged a biological male in Oregon named Elizabeth West for making interstate threats on a Facebook post in a “trans woman support group.”

The post mentioned being tired of transphobic treatment and expressed a desire to go out in a “blaze of glory.”

West was found with 27 guns and a large amount of ammunition. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

The FBI arrested West after monitoring social media, which exhibited racial hatred towards various groups.

The FBI justified the charges based on the threatening Facebook post, as well as the discovery of violent imagery and animosity towards minority groups.

“I’m too old to keep looking for jobs and I’ve had it up to here being bullied by trans phobic a–holes I am left with no alternative…,” West wrote.

“I’ve been preparing for this moment for a long time at least then I’ll be remember [sic] I have no family no friends… So there really isn’t any point living any more?”

“I believe there is probable cause to believe West’s original Facebook posting constitutes an interstate threat, especially based on the accompanying photograph of firearms. Additionally, the large amount of weapons and ammunition recovered from her residence and subsequent X posts (including clear violent animus toward specific minority groups and the display of firearms) indicate a willingness to elevate her original threat of violence towards specific minority groups,” FBI agent Damara Gonzalez wrote.

“SA Gonzalez also located approximately 48 hand drawings of … a superhero, wielding a sword, stabbing, hanging, mutilating, and killing men, most of whom she refers to as ‘n——.’ One image is titled ‘That’s Ms. Wolf to you! The Man SlayerQueen of the under world,” the affidavit read.

The FBI has been accused of labeling individuals as far-right white supremacists despite conflicting evidence, and of focusing on certain cases while ignoring others.

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