Excerpts From Transgender School Shooter’s Manifesto Revealed

Audrey Hale | Image by Metro Nashville Police Department
Audrey Hale | Image by Metro Nashville Police Department

Parts of the so-called “manifesto” of the transgender school shooter who killed three children and three adults last year at The Covenant School have been revealed, according to a report by The Tennessee Star:

The Tennessee Star has obtained dozens of handwritten pages authored by Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who committed the horrific Covenant School shooting on March 27, 2023.

The Star reviewed nearly four dozen images of notebook pages written by Hale that were recovered from the vehicle she drove to the Covenant School which were obtained from a source familiar with the Covenant investigation.

“One of the pages reviewed by The Star is a journal or diary entry, written by Hale, that is dated February 20, 2023, or just 35 days before Hale committed the attack.

“In the highly political entry, Hale makes a series of claims about the rights afforded to gun owners, transgender people and non-binary people in the United States.

“Biologically a female, Hale identified as a transgender man at the time of her devastating attack on The Covenant School, which claimed the lives of three 9-year-old students and three faculty members.

“’So now in America, it makes one a criminal to have a gun or, be transgender, or non-binary,’ wrote Hale. She added, ‘God I hate those s***head politicians.’

“After warning about rights for the disabled, Hale wrote, ‘Disabled have rights, civil races have rights, LGBTQ have rights, gun owners have rights.’

“Hale’s rant did not appear to overtly reference a major political party, and at one point warned against the United States curtailing its Second Amendment in an effort to become like the United Kingdom or Europe, but closed with remarks expressing frustration over her gender identity.”

To read the entire article by The Tennessee Star, please click HERE.

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