Frank Figliuzzi, an NBC News analyst, demanded Monday that Rep. Lauren Boebert (R.Colo.) as well as Tucker Carlson, Fox News host be held partly responsible for the attack on Club Q in Colorado Springs.
Figliuzzi spoke on MSNBC and encouraged the Club Q families to take action against Boebert or Carlson, who Figliuzzi said is partly responsible for the tragedy.
“Police and the prosecution quickly found what they needed,” Figliuzzi stated, “This means they knew the crime was biased.” “This is possible because we have heard that the subject doesn’t cooperate with the police.” “That means that they most likely found convincing evidence on his devices.”
Although the suspect has been charged with hate crimes by authorities, these accusations are not a declaration of guilt. Figliuzzi is a career FBI official and a lawyer, but he still declared the crime biased.
“Let’s find out if he is a consumer of those we have just mentioned — Lauren Boebert to Tucker Carlson.” Figliuzzi said, “Let’s make it stand trial. Let’s name it and shame it.”
He declared, “He is a consumer of these persons and those people should face civil penalties from the victims.”
In fact, there is no evidence that the perpetrator is a Boebert or Carlson “consumer”.
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Figliuzzi didn’t clarify the “civil consequences”, but the First Amendment protects Boebert and Carlson and other LGBT advocates.
Regardless, neither one of them has called for violence against LGBT communities.
Contrary to what some progressive activists believe, opposing the LGBT agenda does not mean calling for violence against the LGBT community, or inciting violence.
Ironically, Figliuzzi can claim that “to stop the hate” is to teach young children the LGBT agenda using the same freedoms that protect Carlson and Boebert.