There is Still No Motive for Club Q Shooting, and That’s Saying Something

The suspect has been formally charged with shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs. However, the motive for the shooting remains a mystery.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday, that a 22-year-old man was accused of setting fire at a Colorado Springs nightclub. He was also charged with hate crime and murder. Investigators still are trying to find out the motive for Tuesday’s mass shooting.

The Democrats quickly seized the incident and determined that it was a targeted attack on the LGBTQ community. The Democrats then used the incident to attack the Republicans.

“Every GOP politician spewing anti-LGBTQ rhetoric bears responsibility for the Colorado Springs shooting,” claimed Rep. Nydia Velasquez (D-N.Y.) on Twitter. “Every GOP politician who says that guns aren’t the problem bears responsibility for the Colorado Springs shooting. Enough.”

In 2016, the left believed that Pulse Orlando’s shooting at a nightclub was an attack against the LGBT community. It wasn’t.

The fact that no motive has been revealed indicates that it is unlikely that the shooting was an anti-LGBT hate crime. Shooters with an agenda usually aren’t shy about it. I suspect that the Biden administration knows this too, as Joe Biden didn’t even claim it was a targeted attack when he issued a public statement about the shooting.

While the truth will eventually come out, for now, there is no known motive. They will use this tragedy as a way to advance their agenda.