• Fri. Nov 25th, 2022

Anderson Lee Aldrich opened fire at Club Q, an LGBTQ club in the US, Colorado Springs.

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In a shocking video, Aaron Brink, the father of the accused Colorado Springs shooting, is seen making homophobic remarks during an interview with CBS News 8.

While reacting to the news of his son Anderson Lee Aldrich deadly shooting in which five people died and 25 were injured, Brink says, “They started telling me about the incident, a shooting… And then I find out it’s a gay bar. I got scared, ‘Shit, is he gay?’ And he’s not gay, so I said, phew… I’m a conservative Republican.”

Continuing his incoherent ramblings, Brink says, “I praised him very early on for his violent behavior. I told him it works. You get instant results.” He later says, “My opinion on gay people is that it’s not okay”.

The video of him Anti-LGBTQ views and the affinity for violence has gone viral. In the videos, Brink appears to be drunk.

A Twitter user commented on the video: “Wow. More concerned his son might be gay than killing innocent people. Sick and disgusting.”

According to the Daily Mail, Brink is trained in mixed martial arts and has previously worked as an MMA fighter and porn star. He was previously found guilty of assaulting the shooter’s mother and sentenced to two and a half years in prison for importing marijuana.

On Sunday, his 22-year-old son opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle at Club Q, an LGBTQ club also frequented by families. The gunman was subdued by Richard Fierro, an Army combat veteran. The Washington Post reported that two of Fierro’s friends were hospitalized after they were shot and his daughter’s boyfriend, Raymond Green Vance, was among those killed.

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