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In the aftermath of the horrific Nashville transgender school shooting, most Americans are still trying to process what happened.
Why did a 28-year-old woman, who identified as a man, shoot her way into a Christian school filled with young children and then proceed to murder three innocent 9-year-old kids in cold blood and three adults in their 60s?
The shooter, Audrey Hale, was killed on scene by fast-acting police officers.
We know that Audrey attended the Christian school at one time, so was her motive revenge?
All of the above?
Investigative reporter Paul Sperry is reporting that Audrey’s parents may have known a lot more about what their daughter was up to than we realized.
Could they have stopped her?
BREAKING: Parents of school shooter Audrey Elizabeth Hale knew she'd bought at least one weapon while under psychiatric care–and living under their roof at age 28–and knew she was hiding something in a red bag but didn't investigate. Turns out she'd stockpiled seven (7) weapons
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) March 28, 2023
However, according to disgraced AG Merrick Garland, supposedly nobody knows Audrey’s motive.
NOW – AG Garland says the motive for the Nashville Christian school massacre has not yet been identified.pic.twitter.com/YH0Skpr7hb
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) March 28, 2023
Unfortunately for Merrick, nobody believes that hogwash. We all know the killer wrote a manifesto.
It’s categorically laughable to suggest officials aren’t fully aware of the motive of the shooter.
However, the public may never know what really happened… LGBTQ activists are fighting tooth and nail to keep the manifesto buried and as of now, the Nashville police are refusing to release it.
Totally unacceptable. There is no reason why releasing the manifesto would interfere with their investigation into a dead assailant. https://t.co/dAQXUmnyKp
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) March 28, 2023
We’re hearing LGBTQ activists are fighting to keep the manifesto buried because they believe if it’s made public, it will place their movement in jeopardy.
“It should not be published,” Jordan Budd, the executive director of Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE), told Newsweek. “The focus should be on how this was able to happen in the first place. There should not be such easy access to deadly weaponry.
“Charles Moran, the national president of Log Cabin Republicans, a GOP organization that advocates for equal rights for LGBTQ+ Americans, also told Newsweek that there are “serious consequences” for the public release of the manifesto.
“While it would certainly give insight into the motivations of this deeply troubled individual that could help shed light into root causes, we know from tragedies like this that additional glorification of the shooter could inspire others to take similar violent acts for attention,” Moran said.
Laura McGinnis, a spokesperson for PFLAG, agreed, telling Newsweek that publication of these documents could increase the risk of contagion. She said that while the manifesto could help law enforcement and policymakers identify potential warning signs to prevent future tragedies, ultimately, “the contents don’t change the outcome of the tragedy.”
“Regardless of the shooter’s intentions, the real issue here is the ease of access to deadly weapons in Tennessee and elsewhere,” Budd said, adding, “All children, no matter who their parents are or how they identify, should feel safe and supported at school. That includes a world free from gun violence.”
The truth is, trans activists want to keep the manifesto buried so the public can’t witness how their destructive rhetoric has radicalized so many young people, turning them into ticking time bombs.
In addition, if the manifesto is released and shines a light on the mental illness within the violent and radicalized trans community, Dems will also have difficulty pushing their beloved gun control agenda.
So, for these very reason, we must keep demanding the manifesto be released.
After much backlash and outrage from the public, officials have announced that Audrey Hale’s manifesto will be released.
However, there’s a catch…
First off, the FBI will pour over the document and likely redact much of it.
Secondly, the release date is still unknown.
Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale’s manifesto is set to be released to the public after the FBI and its highly skilled team of criminal profilers analyze its contents, a Nashville City Council member revealed to The Post.
The FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit is working “in tandem with” the Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) to complete “a very in-depth analysis of certain aspects of the shooter’s life,” Robert Swope said Wednesday.
“The manifesto is going to be released. It’s just a matter of when. There are some incredibly brilliant psychological minds and psychological analysts combing through her entire life,” added Swope, who is a member of the city council’s Public Safety, Beer and Regulated Beverages Committee.
Transgender Hale, 28, left behind the manifesto as well as detailed maps of the school she methodically planned to attack, where she left three children and three staff members dead.
Many believe this move is nothing more than a stall tactic designed to distract critics who are demanding the release of the document.
Trans activists claim releasing the manifesto will “harm” and endanger their movement.
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