Tuesday, November 07, 2023

Motives of Transgender Christian School Shooter Revealed

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Yesterday, we learned what motivated the Nashville transgender school shooter Audrey Hale, a woman who "identified" as a man. Her manifesto has been leaked. 

You will recall that Hale entered Covenant Presbyterian School in Nashville on March 27th, 2023, murdering six people, including three children, before heroic police officers killed her.

You may also remember that her "manifesto" was carefully kept from the public by authorities.

Until yesterday.

Now we know why.

Be informed, not misled.

What we learned about the manifesto yesterday.

This is an overview of what Hale wrote in her journal."

The manifesto detailed thoughts Hale had leading up to what was referred to as “DEATH DAY,” as well as a timeline in which the shooting would take place.

Audrey Hale: “Can't believe I'm doing this, but I'm ready...I hope my victims aren't.”

Hale: “I hope I have a high death count.”

Hale: “Kill those kids!!!”

Hale: “Going to fancy private schools with those fancy khakis + sports backpacks w/ their daddies mustangs + convertibles.”

Hale: “Wanna kill all you little crackers!!! Bunch of little faggots w/ your white privileges”• Hale: There were several times I could have been caught especially b---ack in the summer of 2021.

Hale: “It might be 10 minutes tops. It might be 3-7. Its gunna go quick.”

Questions were swirling at the time of the shooting.

On March 27, RedState published this: "The more we learn about the school shooting in Nashville, TN, the worse things look."

"The shooter has now been identified as a 28-year-old transgender man (i.e. actually a woman) who goes by “he/him” pronouns. Further, law enforcement has revealed she wrote a manifesto that they have recovered."

More details are coming out, and this sure looks like it was a far-left terrorist attack. The transgender shooter shot up a Christian school just a few weeks after Tennessee passed a bill banning child mutilation under the guise of “gender-affirming care.” To further make the case, Luke Rosiak is now reporting that left-wing activist groups had been calling for a “Trans Day of Vengeance.”

Rosiak said, "The group specifically called for vengeance in Nashville."

In the pages reviewed and corroborated by MugClub Undercover---the group that actually obtained some of the pages from the manifesto, Hale said she hoped to have a “high death count” and wanted to “kill” kids with “white privileges.”


RedState said yesterday, "This would seem to confirm that the shooting occurred due to ideological hatred towards the children who attended it. Hale reportedly resented her devout Christian family and the fact that they wouldn't affirm her "identity" as transgender. The anti-white racism is a new detail, though, and sheds more light on the motive behind the deadly attack."

"Also included in the manifesto was a complicated timeline that included her eating breakfast. It's a small detail, but it stood out in my reading of the document. To schedule something so normal right before going to murder children certainly strikes me as psychotic," they said

"It appears that these three pages are not the totality of the manifesto. There could be even more written down that points to the shooter's state of mind and further clarifies her motives," RedState says.


Back on March 27, RedState noted there's "way too many dots being connected to ignore at this point. This was pretty clearly an act of domestic terrorism carried out by someone who was motivated by hatred, having listened to the calls of Democrat activists to commit violence."

"If the tables were turned and we were talking about a right-wing domestic terrorist attack, that would be at the top of every newscast. Instead, all the press outlets are currently obsessing over the fact that an AR-15 reportedly was used in the shooting because it allows them to ignore the political motivations behind the attack," they said.

At this point, the question should be asked why this has been kept hidden from the public. It is very common when dealing with "right-wing" shooters for their manifestos to be described in detail or even released in short order. In this case, the manifesto has been kept under lock and key, with no indication of when the public might receive answers. That has obviously led to much suspicion, some of which has now been confirmed. 

The Nashville police are neither affirming nor denying the authenticity of the manifesto as of yesterday afternoon.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful.