Wyoming Dem Appears to Advocate for Pro-Trans Violence in Disturbing Facebook Post

Less than a week after a transgender assailant slaughtered six people at a Christian school in Tennessee, a Democrat legislator from Wyoming suggested that gun violence is necessary “to protect trans folks” from those who criticize transgender ideology.

In a now deleted Facebook post, Wyoming House Democrat Whip Karlee Provenza amplified an antifa message advocating for violence against “fascists [and] bigots.” The post showed a man in a gray wig wearing a transgender flag outfit and holding a rifle.

“Auntie Fa says protect trans folks against fascists [and] bigots,” the “Off Color Decals” meme read.



Off Color Decals is a “merch and firearms accessory” company that caters to the far-left, selling patches featuring AR-15 rifles over different LGBT flags with the words “defend equality.” The company also sells stickers that say “F-ck Around and Find Out” in rainbow letters over a pile of bullets.

Other products convey anti-Christian messages, including a sticker with an upside down cross on a Bible that reads: “I’m not in your little book club.”

Additionally, the company sells merchandise with violent Marxist messaging such as, “No war but the class war,” as well as “Kawaii” guillotine and Molotov Cocktail merch.

The Wyoming Democrat appears to be a fan of the antifa-friendly enterprise.

Arizona’s far-left Governor Katie Hobbs recently lost two staffers after they posted similar content advocating for violence against “transphobes” on social media.

Provenza’s post came days after a 28-year-old transgender burst into the Covenant School in Nashville and shot six people, including three 9-year-old children. The assailant’s 14-minute rampage ended when Nashville police officers shot and killed her.

Within days of the trans attack on the Christian school, various Democrats, including White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre,  have rushed out to proclaim that it’s the “trans community” in America that is “under attack.”

“One of the things that we saw during the midterm elections is that people don’t want their freedoms to be taken. They want us to fight for their freedoms,” Jean-Pierre told reporters last week as she answered questions in the White House briefing room. “It is shameful, it is disturbing, and our hearts go out to the trans community as they are under attack right now.”

Provenza has a history of amplifying disturbing far-left content on social media. The Wyoming Democrat also posted a video on TikTok that appears to call for politically-motivated murders.

The day Roe V Wade was overturned, she praised the Satanic Temple on her Instagram because the group “fights for abortion access,” conservative activist Greg Price pointed out on Twitter. Echoing the Satanists’ message, Provenza suggested that advocating “for killing babies” is a “fight for religious freedom.”

In the Wyoming legislature, Democrats are outnumbered 86 to 7.

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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: MANHATTAN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2021/06/27: A giant Trans Flag seen at the march. Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets of Manhattan to participate on the Reclaim Pride Coalition's third annual Queer Liberation March, where no police, politicians or corporations were allowed to participate. (Photo by Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)