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Call to Action: Release The Nashville Transgender Terrorist’s Manifesto

It’s been over a month since a transgender political activist slaughtered six people, including three children, at the Covenant Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Nashville terrorist attack was the most horrific incident in an increasingly long string of violent incidents and assaults committed by politically radicalized transgender individuals and their supporters.


And make no mistake about it – this is political terrorism with ties to other Marxist domestic terrorist organizations, most notably ANTIFA. Indeed, it is not a coincidence that a remarkable percentage of those arrested during ANTIFA “direct actions” claim to be transgender and that ANTFA shows up to wreak violence at transgender protests.


So, why hasn’t the “manifesto” known to be written by the Nashville transgender terrorist been released to the public, so normal Americans and law enforcement around the country know what they are up against?


Nashville transgender terrorist Audrey Hale’s manifesto is a ‘blueprint on total destruction’ which the FBI are stalling releasing, according to local politicians, who describe its contents as “astronomically dangerous,” the New York Post reported recently.


“Almost a month after Audrey Hale, who identified as transgender, killed six at the city’s Covenant elementary school before being shot by police authorities have yet to release a motive or any of the writings seized from her home, despite growing pressure,” the report notes. “Rep. Tim Burchett, (R-Tenn.) told The Post he knew the FBI was behind the delay, saying the news was disappointing’ and calling for documents to be released to grieving loved ones as well as members of Congress.”


“Metro Nashville Council Member Courtney Johnston confirmed … the FBI has already ruled the manifesto would not be released any time soon,” the Post report continued. “Johnston said “parts” of Hale’s writings would eventually come out, but added she feels ‘the vast, overwhelming majority of it,’ presented too much of a danger to the public.”


What was in the manifesto that is so “astronomically dangerous?” Blueprints for an atomic bomb? The formula for Ricin or Sarin gas? Could it be more dangerous than Hitler’s Mein Kampf, Marx’s The Communist Manifesto, or the calls for killing non-believers in the Muslim holy book, the Quran? All of which are available online by the way.


As our friends at Ammoland.com observed, more than family members and Congress have a vested interest in seeing the complete “manifesto” released. The resulting calls for expanded infringements on the Second Amendment and the blaming of “conservatives,” Christians, gun owners and average Americans uncomfortable with or unwilling to bow to the “progressive” political and media demands of radical transgender activists makes it their business, too. Seeing lunatic radicals call for further armed violence against those who don’t embrace their agenda is what really makes things “astronomically dangerous” and elevates this to a public safety issue.


With the FBI involved we will go out on a limb and speculate that the “astronomical danger” is political and that it involves calls for further violence against Christians and other normal Americans by Marxist-oriented transgender activists and their supporters.


And this speculation is well-grounded in fact. In the days immediately after the Nashville transgender terrorist attack a previously scheduled transgender “Day of Vengeance” was supposed to be conducted outside the Supreme Court. The rhetoric accompanying the notices calling attention to the planned protest was so violent Twitter took them down.


David Codrea, writing for Ammoland.com, observed that law enforcement not releasing the Nashville manifesto plays into a political agenda that includes exploiting the school massacre to attack Second Amendment=protected rights instead of recognizing their part in hardening targets and deterring future attacks.


We would add to that that not releasing the manifesto allows Hale to be categorized as mentally ill, rather than a political terrorist conducting a “propaganda of the deed” operation. And it conveniently scrubs all political motivation from the act, thus depriving the rest of us of a warning about what we are up against in the war some transgender activists and their supporters have declared on normal Americans and especially Christians.


We know what we are up against when we read the Communist Manifesto, Mein Kampf and the Quran, and we should have the same right to the insights that may be gleaned about transgender political terrorism from Audrey Hale’s manifesto. Readers who agree can join us in calling on House Oversight Committee James Comer to summon FBI Director Christopher Wray to explain his agency’s stonewalling and pressure him to stop suppressing information Americans have a right to know.


The Capitol Switchboard is (202-224-3121), call today and tell House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer that you want a copy of the Nashville terrorist’s manifesto submitted for the record to his Committee and you want FBI Director Christopher Wray called to testify under oath to explain why he has been sitting on it.



  • Audrey Hale

  • transgender ideology

  • counseling sessions

  • Jim Bachmann

  • Pastor Chad Scruggs

  • Nashville School Shooting

  • Violence against Christians

  • Covenant Christian School

  • anti-Christian rhetoric

  • Covenant Presbyterian Church

  • Trans Day Of Vengeance

  • Black Lives Matter

  • ANTIFA

  • LGBTQIA+

  • Pink Pistols

  • gun control

  • manifesto

  • Second Amendment

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