We missed this a couple of days ago, but it’s certainly worth noting. As Twitchy reported, after the mass shooting in Buffalo, disgraced fact-checker Talia Lavin — the expert on right-wing extremism who smeared a disabled veteran as a Nazi — published a piece in Rolling Stone titled, “The Buffalo Shooter Isn’t a ‘Lone Wolf.’ He’s a Mainstream Republican.”

Most people blamed Fox News’ Tucker Carlson and called it a day, but Lavin took it much further. If you read into her piece far enough (if you can stand it), Lavin eventually points the finger of blame for the shooting on Abigail Shrier, author of “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.” Lavin writes:

Other aspects are more veiled, but no less vitriolic. Years of fearmongering about transgender rights, and in particular their influence on youth, are linked to fears of waning fertility: anti-trans demagogues like Abigail Shrier describe trans bodies as “maimed and sterile,” and, as such, a chief motivation for the legion of anti-trans laws passed by state legislatures is the future fertility of trans children born female. The violent antifeminism of a far-right movement that sees women principally as vessels for breeding a new white generation expresses itself in a fixation on a return to “traditional” gender roles.

“More veiled” is a good way of putting it. So Shrier is worried about girls being put on puberty blockers and hormones because they’re needed to produce more white babies.

We’ve written a lot of her sorry history, and yet she keeps getting published, although Rolling Stone is probably pretty desperate.

Rolling Stone knows all about getting sued.

Definitely … Rolling Stone exists to be sued at this point.