Alleged Philadelphia Mass Shooter Identified As Transgender BLM Supporter

The alleged mass shooter who killed five at a Monday night concert in Philadelphia has been identified, and the left is not happy. Kimbrady Watson Carriker, 40, reportedly identifies as transgender and is known as a Black Lives Matter supporter.

It will not be long until this story disappears as yesterday’s news.

The suspect posted many messages on social media supporting BLM as well as selfies wearing a bra, women’s clothing and long braided hair, according to the New York Post.

He also shared a map detailing “Black massacres” across the nation and warned, “We kept the receipts.”

A former roommate, Tina Rosette, 49, told the Philadelphia Inquirer that Carriker showed “an aggressive approach to some things in life.” Her daughter Cianni, 24, added that the suspect was “trying to get me comfortable around guns and stuff like that.”

The mother and daughter moved out of the Carriker residence last year, and Tina Rosette said that she believed he was recently in a “dark place.”

Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw told the media that officers responded to reports of gunfire around 8:30 p.m. Monday. They chased Carriker and said he continued to fire until he was captured.

He was also said to be using a police scanner to monitor the officers before he was arrested. The suspect was reportedly wearing a bullet-proof vest and left dozens of shell casings in the area.

According to Outlaw, the rampage produced several violent scenes and forced police to spread out and canvas for as many witnesses as they could find. Detectives are also scouring camera surveillance to put together the pieces of the shooting.

Outlaw told reporters, “Thank God our officers responded as quickly as they did. I can’t even describe the level of bravery and courage that was shown.”

The victims ranged in age from 15 to 59 in yet another example of an apparent transgender shooter targeting the young. Social media users were quick to note what is quickly becoming a national pattern.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) tweeted a link to the identification of the suspect with the caption, “Another trans shooter.”

Another user called for a “national dialogue” on trans mass shooters who target children.

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