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Colorado Club killer’s dad…I am glad he is not gay, apologize for people’s lives

Anderson Aldrich father has reacted to the massacre carried out by his son at the LGBTQ bad, he explaining that his first reaction to being informed of the attack at Club Q, was to question why his child was at an LGBTQ bar.

Aaron Brink, a former p0rn actor, and MMA fighter told CBS8 he received a call on Sunday night from his child’s public defender to say he was under arrest for the mass shooting, November 20.

“They started telling me about the incident, a shooting involving multiple people,” Mr. Brink said in an interview.

“And then I go on to find out it’s a gay bar. I said, ‘God, is he gay?’ I got scared, ‘S***, is he gay?’ And he’s not gay, so I said, ‘Phhhewww…’”

“We don’t do gay,” he added.

The father said that while he holds anti-gay views, there’s no excuse for his child shooting people in an LGTBQ+ club.

“I’m so sorry guys for your loss,” Mr Brink said. “With no regard to politics, it’s human life. I’m so sorry. My soul goes out to you.”

“Life is so fragile, and it’s valuable,” he said. “Those people’s lives were valuable.”

Aldrich’s lawyers have said in court documents that the 22-year-old is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns.

Aldrich opened fire at Club Q shortly before midnight on November 19, before he was stopped by two bystanders.

Aldrich was initially hospitalized with unspecific injuries but was transferred to the El Paso County Jail on Tuesday November 22, according to authorities.

Relatives of Aldrich who wished to remain nameless told The Daily Beast that they were ‘totally disgusted.’

‘I don’t want anything to do with that part of the family,’ the relative said.

‘They’ve always had issues, a lot of problems. I’m totally disgusted by that side of the family right now.’

In Brink’s interview with CBS 8 he apologized for his son’s actions and said that there was ‘no excuse for going and killing people.’

‘If you’re killing people, there’s something wrong, it’s not the answer,’ he said.