Maryland: F-t-M “Evil Mastermind” Teen Arrested Over Mass Shooting Document

Women are naturally sadistic. This is well-known. Their sadism, however, generally takes the form of emotional violence. You see the way that women treat men, the way mothers treat their children, and their relations are generally always about purposefully inflicting emotional harm.

Even if women do not go around inflicting emotional damage on men around them (maybe some of them do not, I don’t know), they all have that capacity, and can do it without feeling any guilt, and in fact, they will always take pleasure in it, feeling very good about themselves.

This female sadism is not illegal, because you obviously can’t legislate against inflicting emotional harm on others. (You could legislate against infidelity, and you could take children away from single mothers and give them to their fathers, but the government won’t do that.)

But what happens if you shoot a woman up with testosterone?

It should be obvious that this is going to cause that sadistic impulse that is intrinsic to women to take the form of physical violence, at least in some cases. The first female school shooter happened last year, and it was a tranny on testosterone.

This Asian individual here was only fantasizing about doing the shooting, and I’m not actually sure if this is even illegal. This feels a bit like “pre-crime.” The girl did not have any guns and had not acquired bomb-making supplies, so all you have is the fantasy writings.

It makes sense that cops would investigate this, and question the individual, but it’s not clear what crime this individual was actually arrested for.

New York Post:

A transgender Maryland teenager has been arrested for allegedly planning a mass shooting at two schools in a twisted effort to become “famous.”

Alex Ye, 18, of Rockville, whose legal name is Andrea, was arrested Wednesday and charged with threatening mass violence after allegedly authoring a 129-page document that the suspect referred to as a “memoir,” according to ABC News.

Andrea Ye

Authorities said the writing was about committing mass shootings at Wootton High School, which Ye had attended online, and Lakewood Elementary School.

Ye allegedly told his former school counselor that he wanted to become “famous from this event,” according to the outlet.

The student had claimed the memoir was a work of fiction — which included a disclaimer that it doesn’t “represent the author’s beliefs” — but a person with whom the student shared the document alerted authorities because it bore “striking similarities” to the writer.

The witness believed Ye —  who is biologically female but identifies as male — was prepared to carry out the attacks shortly, according to the news outlet.

I want to shoot up a school. I’ve been preparing for months. The gun is an AR-15. This gun is going to change lives tomorrow … As I walk through the hallways, I cherry pick the classrooms that are the easiest targets,” Ye allegedly wrote, WBAL-TV reported.

“I need to figure out how to sneak the gun in. I have contemplated making bombs. The instructions to make them are surprisingly available online. I have also considered shooting up my former elementary school because little kids make easier targets,” the student allegedly continued.

High school’s the best target; I’m the most familiar with the layout. I pace around my room like an evil mastermind. I’ve put so much effort into this. My ultimate goal would be to set the world record for the most amount of kills in a shooting. If I have time, I’ll try to decapitate my victims with a knife to turn the injuries into deaths,” the screed allegedly says.

Police said they found worrisome social media posts and internet searches by Ye, including allegedly searching “gun range near me,” descriptions of an AR-15 and the phrase “But, I do recognize that my plan is fully unethical. It’s selfish and evil,” according to the outlet.

Chat records allegedly show the suspect discussing thoughts of shooting up his school with another person in September.

My homicidal ideation has been getting worse lately to the point I might act on it eventually,” Ye allegedly wrote in December.

I don’t know if anything actually would have happened here. It makes sense that a girl on testosterone would start thinking things like this. But whether or not this individual would actually do anything is unclear. It is still a woman, after all, and right now we only have the one female shooter. (Plus, even if this were a male, I’m not sure there is any crime in fantasizing about a school shooting. Again, it warrants an investigation, but I am not sure this qualifies as “threatening violence” under the relevant Maryland legislation, and I’m also not sure that law passes Brandenburg v. Ohio standards.)

Regardless, trannies are clearly a serious security threat. There is a zero percent chance that a woman not on testosterone would be considering a mass shooting. It’s not ever going to happen. What should be illegal is women taking testosterone. It’s currently illegal for body-builders to do that, because it is considered unsafe. It is unsafe for the individual’s health, but also, body-builders on testosterone often become violent (especially if they go crazy with it – a basic HRT dose doesn’t tend to make men violent, just hornier).

Article updated to include a link to the statute she was charged under.