Anderson Lee Aldrich

So-Called “Right-Wing Extremist” Colorado Mass Murderer Is “Non-Binary”, Has They/Them Pronouns, and Goes by “Mx. Aldrich”

The mass murder over the weekend at a homosexual night club in Colorado has been framed by Democrats and corporate media as a “hate crime” against the LGBTQIA+ community. But the mainstream narrative that Anderson Lee Aldrich is a right-wing extremist fell apart Tuesday when his attorneys filed motions for the court to acknowledge he’s “non-binary.”

Charges have not been filed yet for the murder spree that killed five. Many expected charges to include murder and hate crimes, but if the court accepts his non-binary status it would be difficult to prove Aldrich acted out of bias against a community in which he belongs.

According to The Post Millennial:

Aldrich, 22, was arrested in 2021 on suspicion of making bomb threats.

“The motive of the crime is part of the investigation and whether this was a hate crime is part of that investigation,” Deputy Chief Adrian Vasquez of the Colorado Springs Police Department said.

Vasquez also noted that at least two firearms were recovered at the scene, but only confirmed that the suspect used a rifle in the shooting. According to the deputy chief, investigators are still trying to determine if the other firearm found at the club belonged to the suspect.

Some have speculated that the defense is fabricating Aldrich’s status as non-binary, but doing so would go against the left’s own rules on selecting identity. It is considered “bigoted” by the woke to deny anyone’s claimed identity for any reason. If he says he’s a “they/them,” it seems unlikely the prosecution would challenge the claim. That means that hate crime charges are likely off the table.