I've never played WoW. I actually picked the word up from Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3. There's some other "trans-" word that means kinda the same thing that I can't remember, so cue "transmogrify" in its stead.
LOL, I guess you read since you read my meme. I really am interested though as to why you want to claim that as a hate crime, when all the investigative releases show he was radicalized, frequently complained of American ways and culture, threatened terrorists attacks to people around him, had 2 separate FBI terrorism investigations opened on him, called 911 to say it was a terrorist attack, made facebook entries stating the same and pledging allegiance to isis and its leaders. I really am confused as to what part of that is confusing? I realize that he targeted gays, because his ideology tells him to, I really do get it. However to apply that label to it only goes to underscore the problem I have with a "hate crime" law. It favors specialized groups for prosecution. Under the statute had he lived and walked outside and shot a straight white muslim cop, would that also have been a hate crime? Were the San Bernadino shooters guilty of hate crimes or terrorism? Moreover should history books 100 years from now state that this was a hate crime or an act of domestic radical terrorism?
I'll go ahead and agree with this, but I'd like to note something: According to ISIS, himself, and the investigators, he claimed to be working for ISIS to cause trouble and actually was just an anrgy homophobic muslim.
Read the 3 911 calls transcripts he made that our Muslim sympathizer hid from the public even though they are public record under FOIA. Not the rewritten transcripts of the FBI BUT THE REAL ONES WITH ISIS AND ALLAH. He admits to terrorism for Allah and ISIS.