Parts of the community's capable of figuring out that their community has predators.The LGBT (well, mostly the T) have one big problem with Chris-Chan. At the same time, they're trying to repudiate him and his actions as non-representative of trans people in general, and defend his pronouns as a trans person. They can't defend his actions, and they can't deny his trans status because that would be transphobic.
It's like black activists saying "we repudiate the horrifying actions of this black man and we strongly state that he does not represent all black people", and on the same breath saying "we stand in complete solidarity with this black man".
It's really funny to watch, actually.
It's the idea that somebody might lie about having dysphoria that seems to be hard for them to grasp, and on a level I do get it. One of the best depictions of what it's like to experience dysphoria is a horror short that freaks people out. (It also pretty much explains why surgery was ever on the table.) I can understand why somebody who's more of a normie would have trouble understanding why somebody would fake this shit.
Luckily us New Zealand agriculturalist have tons of munchie lolcows making sure we're aware that there is nothing a munchie won't (attempt to) fake.