Pro-Transgender Groups Call for Concealment of Manifesto by Transgender School Shooter Audrey Hale
In Nashville, Audrey Hale, a transgender individual, killed six people, including three children, leaving behind a manifesto explaining her motives that is yet to be released by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. While Republican politicians demand the manifesto’s release, several LGBT organizations argue against it.
LGBT Organizations Seek to Keep Manifesto Hidden
Jordan Budd, the executive director of Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere, stated that the manifesto should not be published. Instead, he shifted the focus to gun control, saying that the incident occurred because of the shooter’s easy access to deadly weapons. Similarly, Lauren McGinnis, spokesperson for pro-trans organization PFLAG, argued against the manifesto’s release, citing the risk of social contagion. Meanwhile, the national president of the pro-LGBT GOP organization, Log Cabin Republicans, also opposed the release of the manifesto, fearing that it could inspire similar violent acts for attention.
Police Department Refuses to Release Manifesto
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department confirmed that they will not be releasing the manifesto during an ongoing investigation. This has led to a debate about the ease of access to guns and the risks associated with releasing such manifestos.
Tucker Carlson’s Controversial Remarks
Conservative commentator Tucker Carlson accused the left of preventing the public from knowing the real motive behind the shooting. He argued that the manifesto’s release would reveal that the transgender movement is targeting Christians, including with violence. He went on to highlight the need to understand what kind of medication the shooter was taking.
Transgender Movement and Extreme Rhetoric
Some transgender activists have used extreme and aggressive rhetoric, claiming that there is a “war” against transgender people or that a “genocide” is being carried out against them, necessitating resistance. Breitbart News captured footage from pro-transgender counter-protesters in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, holding a sign reading “TRANS GIRLS NEED GUNS.”
The debate around the release of Audrey Hale’s manifesto has become polarized, with Republicans arguing for transparency and LGBT organizations opposing the release. Meanwhile, Tucker Carlson’s comments have sparked controversy, and the transgender movement’s extreme rhetoric has come under scrutiny.
Release it. Show their true face to all.
Here, here. Let everybody all over the world see the sinner she was. Let her burn in hell for all eternity.
it needs to be released, oh how they want to cover it up, but if it was straight people they would be demanding to show all
LET THIS SHOOTER BURN IN HELL FOR HER SINS AS A TRANGENDER AND AS A MURDER !!!!!!!!!!
Why is it that every time some attack on humanity occurs the tendency is to fit the culprit into a particular classification, gay, black, trans, white, etc,. then vilify that group. How long is it going to take for it to be realized that each of these transgressors were representative of themself. The same crime has been committed before by someone of a different background but because of the need of some to vilify a group of people, each incident is used to condemn a swath of individuals not just the perpetrator responsible. It’s time to be more concerned with prosecution of the individual responsible, determining how they could have been thwarted in their action, than trying to swing a huge net casting dispersion on an entire group of people. The news only reports that which will further the message being forwarded by a group attempting to mislead the public in an attempt to dilute the rights for which our country’s forefathers fought. We only hear the arguments furthering how lack of gun control is so detrimental, we do not hear to any a great of extent those instances where legal owned and utilized guns circumvented or curtailed incidents. Criminals do not obey gun laws, they circumvent them. Those areas strictest in attempted gun control have the greatest incident of illegal gun usage. We need to get back to prosecuting those who commit the crime, not pat them on the back and proclaim their action was reactionary to how society has treated them. How they were treated was most likely in reaction to their original treatment of others or their feeling of entitlement. A criminal is a criminal, if he is mistreated in the course of apprehension, then there should be some action for the individual mistreating, however that does not negate the fact that the criminal is still a criminal and is due whatever he law dictates, not a dismissal of his original infraction.
Rod You sure hit the nail on the Head with your post.