The personal manifesto of transgender “terrorist” Audrey “Aiden” Hale—who gunned down six people, including three 9-year-old children on Monday—is set to be released by the FBI only after “a very in-depth analysis,” according to a Nashville city council member. The material’s release to the public comes after a growing chorus of those demanding a full, unredacted release be made immediately.
“The manifesto is going to be released. It’s just a matter of when,” said Robert Swope, a member of the city council’s Public Safety Committee. “There are some incredibly brilliant psychological minds and psychological analysts combing through her entire life.”
The assertion made by Swope has since created a storm of speculation about the contents of the manifesto, as well as sowing doubt into the authenticity of the final product to be released by the FBI.
“The government must release the full, unredacted manifesto of transgender terrorist Audrey Hale,” said Mike Peinovich, Chairman of the pro-White advocacy group, the National Justice Party, on Telegram. “Pro-trans extremists and ideologues in the FBI and the federal government must not be allowed to cover up the hateful motives of the killer in service of their wider ideological agenda.”
The manifesto and “other writings” discovered by Nashville police after a thorough search of Hale’s home and personal vehicle—a Honda Fit—have not yet been released to a concerned public. While unconfirmed, many believe that Hale’s written materials might offer a window into a world of violent, leftist extremism or reveal pro-LGBTQ themes which may have motivated her 14-minute killing spree inside a predominantly White, private Christian school.
However, a wave of leftist opposition to the manifesto’s pending release only appears to confirm the theory. “It should not be published,” said Jordan Budd, executive director of Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE), in a statement with Newsweek attempting to redirect the public’s attention to gun control. “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.”
Those on the left were not the only ones to come out in staunch opposition to the release of Hale’s manifesto. Charles Moran, president of Log Cabin Republicans, a GOP organization that advocates for the rights of American homosexuals, said that there would be “serious consequences” for engaging in full transparency.
“While it would certainly give insight into the motivations of this deeply troubled individual that could help shed light into root causes,” said Moran. “We know from tragedies like this that additional glorification of the shooter could inspire others to take similar violent acts for attention.”
The demands to produce or prevent the manifesto’s release appear to have fallen on deaf ears regarding the federal government, however. Instead of making any concessions to either party’s growing demands, the Biden White House instead proclaimed March 31st as a “Transgender Day of Visibility”—before the bodies of six Christian victims had even grown cold.
“Transgender Day of Visibility celebrates the joy, strength, and absolute courage of some of the bravest people I know,” read a proclamation by Democratic President of the United States, Joe Biden. “Transgender Americans shape our Nation’s soul.”
“An epidemic of violence against transgender women and girls, in particular women and girls of color, has taken lives far too soon. Last year’s Club Q shooting in Colorado was another painful example of this kind of violence — a stain on the conscience of our Nation.” He continued, not once mentioning any of the victims of Monday’s attack.
The stunning move didn’t go entirely unnoticed, however. Warren Balogh, Central Committee member of the National Justice Party and long-time pro-White advocate, had this to say on social media, “Absolutely sickening and outrageous that the crazed ideologues of the Biden White House would publish this only a few days after a tranny massacres a bunch of children in TN and Merrick Garland says it isn’t a hate crime.”
Biden’s Transgender proclamation did little, however, to stem a rising tide of left-wing, politically motivated violence. On Thursday, a throng of left-wing trans activists—some plastered in thick makeup and donning what appeared to be Christian clergy outfits—amassed within Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort. Once inside, the pro-Trans militants shouted and chanted to protest a bill effectively banning gender reassignment for children. Some have even snidely referred to the illegal storming of government property as a “transurrection.”
In Nashville, now-viral video footage shows a separate mob of leftist, anti-White agitators attempting to break into the Nashville legislation building, only to be stopped by a thin bottleneck of uniformed Sheriff’s deputies. Some even raised up seven fingers into the air in a symbolic gesture asserting that spree-killer Audrey Hale was considered the “seventh victim” in the attack.
The protest, which was made to demand increased gun control measures for American citizens, also appeared eerily similar to the now infamous January 6th protest at the U.S. Capitol building, but was quickly and unceremoniously dispersed.
The Justice Report’s coverage of the aftermath of the Covenant School shooting in Nashville, Tennessee, and the transgender terrorist Audrey Hale, is ongoing.
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