Black Cross-Dressing 'BLM Supporter' Identified as Alleged Philly Mass Shooter

Chris Menahan
Jul. 04, 2023

The deadly mass shooting in Philly on Monday night, which the media hyped on the hope the shooter was a white guy, was allegedly carried out by 40-year-old black cross-dressing "Black Lives Matter supporter" Kimbrady Watson Carriker.

[RELATED: Sharing Photos of Philly Mass Shooter Cross-Dressing as a Woman is 'Violence,' District Attorney's Office Advisor Says]

From the NY Post, "Gunman arrested for Philadelphia mass shooting which left 5 dead is BLM activist who wore women's clothes: sources":
On his Facebook page, Carriker posted two pictures of him wearing a bra, a women’s top and earrings with his hair braided long in March, three months before the alleged shooting.

He also regularly posts about supporting Black Live Matter, including supporting workers who protested in the Strike For Black Lives in July 2020.

Police said the 40-year-old male suspect was armed with a rifle, pistol, extra magazines, a police scanner and bullet proof vest when he fatally shot four men on the street and then chased and killed a fifth man inside a home.
The media isn't interested in sharing the guy's picture.

Here's an older mugshot of his which was shared on social media.

"On Facebook, Carriker was seen posting in support of Black Lives Matter, and follows the Black Lives Matter Philly Facebook page," The Post Millennial reports.

"'Black lives matter today; there will be jobs available. Equal opportunity finally. Just tell us where your quitting so we can send someone over,' Carriker wrote in one Facebook comment responding to a story of workers going on a Strike for Black Lives," TPM continued.

"Carriker also posted to Facebook a story titled 'how do you know if an evil spirit is following you,' as well as one titled 'Philly anti-violence grant program shows promising results, despite some hiccups, new evaluation shows.'"

If this was a white guy we'd be having a "national conversation" on "white supremacy" but instead we need to have a "national conversation" on "gun violence."

"In recent years, Philadelphia has been plagued by gun violence, with more deadly shootings than far bigger cities. But there have been 212 homicides in 2023 so far, a decline of 19 percent from 2022, according to the Office of the Controller," the New York Times, who is not sharing the accused shooter's picture and is only describing him as a "male suspect," reported.

"The city government has rolled out an array of efforts to address the crisis, including grants for community groups, violence intervention programs and earlier curfews," the Times continued. "And it has sued the gun-friendly state legislature for pre-empting its authority to enact stronger local gun laws, like reporting requirements for lost or stolen guns. But the sheer number of guns in the city has made the problem difficult to tackle."

When are we going to have a national conversation on the dangers of trangenderism?

[This post was updated to reflect that Carriker was a cross-dresser but allegedly now identifies as male.]

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