The Islamist attack on The Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was too much to bear for one ACLU staff attorney, who vented Sunday morning about the terror attack. But he didn’t blame Muslims, or even radical Islam. No, he placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of Christians who oppose the LGBT agenda.

Chase Strangio, one of the liberal civil rights organization’s staff attorneys for its LGBT & HIV Project, works on “impact litigation, as well as legislative and administrative advocacy, on behalf of LGBTQ people and people living with HIV across the United States.” His area of expertise, according to the ACLU, is the treatment of “transgender and gender non-conforming people” who are detained by law enforcement officials. READ MORE