people (reportedly 4channers) have apparently just been grabbing random photos of trans women they think look remotely like the photos of the shooter they've apparently been able to find (or think they've found, who knows), and using them to claim the shooter was trans.

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there's also been a photo going around of a person with bangs drinking out of a green glass bottle. the person in the photo has since tweeted that the photo is of them, and not of the shooter (who was killed)

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don't want to spread her image even further in connection with this but if you see a photo of a woman in a red long-sleeved coca cola shirt and black miniskirt, that's the falsely identified reddit poster in the screenshots.

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@DrPaulGosar@twitter.com cw: transphobia

the person he quoted deleted their tweet. gosar has not.

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@DrPaulGosar@twitter.com cw: transphobia

the person he quoted deleted their tweet. gosar has not.

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rightwingers including @DrPaulGosar@twitter.com have been spreading misinformation that the shooter in texas was a trans woman, using random photos they pulled from reddit. the person in the photos is currently posting on reddit in apparent horror that her photos were used in this way.

stablecoins like UST are Ork technology
via @trashfuturepod@twitter.com

stablecoins like UST are Ork technology
via @trashfuturepod@twitter.com

i'm just too damn tired to add much of value besides "god this guy sucks" and it's not worth pushing his shit onto more feeds for that

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genuinely not a subtweet btw

not amplifying his bullshit and loudly calling out misogyny even when it's probably engagement farming are both valid responses

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i won't amplify the misogynist engagement farmer
i won't amplify the misogynist engagement farmer
i won't amplify the misogynist engagement farmer

social event all morning/afternoon
gardening/yardwork all evening
tired through and through

I have an uncanny ability to pick the hottest, most humid days for my gardening 🥵

"[Black Americans] are, however, almost twice as likely to describe cryptocurrencies as a safe investment. Fully 30% of black investors believe crypto is regulated by the government (14% of white investors thought the same)."

economist.com/graphic-detail/2

"Groups that operate under the guise of inclusion are serving the greater goal of crypto that keeps the whole thing afloat: finding ever more fools to buy in so that the early investors can take their profits."

"Predatory community"
blog.mollywhite.net/predatory-

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