The purported manifesto of Nashville transgender school shooter Audrey Hale, a woman who “identified” as a man, has been leaked. Hale entered Covenant Presbyterian School on March 27th, 2023, murdering six people, including three children, before heroic police officers killed her.
According to photographs released by Steven Crowder, the manifesto contains writings about a “Death Day” as well as racist language to describe the shooter’s eventual victims.
The pictures show police vehicles in the background as well as someone wearing protective gloves holding the actual notebook. That would denote that they were taken during the initial stages of the investigation when the manifesto was recovered (perhaps in the shooter’s car at the school).
On one page, Hale used an anti-white slur, writing about her desire to “kill all you little crackers.”
In another instance, she complained about those at the school having “white privlages.”
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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.
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.
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.
This is a developing story. At this time, RedState can neither confirm nor deny the authenticity of the manifesto. Nashville PD is declining to say one way or the other.
Nashville PD spokeswoman just refused to confirm to me whether this was the legit manifesto. https://t.co/Yja6cWfVCo
— Mary Margaret Olohan (@MaryMargOlohan) November 6, 2023