The line of customers stretched out the door on Friday at Atrevida Beer Company, the bar co-owned by Club Q hero Richard Fierro and his wife. Continue reading “Patrons Line Up To Support Bar Owned By Club Q Hero”
The co-owner of Club Q, the Colorado Springs gay nightclub where a shooter turned a birthday celebration into a massacre, says he thinks the shooting is a reflection of anti-LGBTQ sentiment that has evolved from prejudice to incitement. Continue reading “Club Q Owner Says Shooting Was Result Of Anti-LGBTQ ‘Groomer’ Rhetoric”
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) streamed onto OAN to complain that people called her out for her hypocrisy in tweeting “thoughts and prayers” for the victims of the horrific Club Q shooting after spending years helping to foment angry rhetoric against the LGBTQ community.
Gurl, get off the cross – we need the wood. Continue reading “Lauren Boebert: I’m A Victim Of The Club Q Shooting”
Some news items I think are worth your time:
• CNN: Authorities have released the mugshot (above) for Anderson Lee Aldrich, the accused gunman in the deadly Club Q massacre that left five dead and 17+ more injured. Hit the link for the latest developments. Continue reading “Colorado Springs Shooter Arraigned + More News”
Aaron Brink, father of the Club Q shooter, believed his son – Anderson Lee Aldrich – was dead for six years. And then, six months ago he received a call from Aldrich. Continue reading “Father Of Club Q Shooter Relieved To Hear His Son Isn’t Gay”
Public defenders for Anderson Lee Aldrich, the suspect in the Club Q mass shooting that left 5 dead and 17+ injured, say their client is nonbinary. Continue reading “Public Defenders Say Club Q Shooter Is Nonbinary”
In this week’s episode of The Randy Report podcast, I cover what we know so far about the deadly Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs which resulted in 5 dead and 17+ injured. Plus… Continue reading “Podcast: Deadly Club Q Shooting, Pro Basketball Player Comes Out + More”
Some news items you might have missed:
• The Advocate: What happened – Club Q massacre survivors share their stories. Continue reading “Survivors Of Club Q Shooting Share Their Stories + More News”
The New York Times has interviewed the hero who took down the suspect in the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs which resulted in the death of five and injured several more. Continue reading “NY Times Interviews Hero Who Stopped Club Q Shooter”
A year and a half before Anderson Lee Aldrich entered a gay nightclub and proceeded to murder 5 people and injure 25 more, he allegedly threatened his mother with a homemade bomb causing neighbors to evacuate their homes as experts negotiated his surrender.
Following the incident, it appears that prosecutors never charged him with any crime. Doing so would have triggered Colorado’s “red flag” law which might have kept weapons out of his hands. Continue reading “Club Q Shooter Evaded “Red Flag” Law After Authorities Declined To Enforce”