Nashville Christian School Shooter’s Alleged Manifesto, It’s So Much Worse Than We Thought!

The long-awaited manifesto of Audrey Hale, the transgender shooter at a Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, has finally been released. After weeks of speculation, Conservative pundit and podcast host Steven Crowder’s team obtained the three-page document, shedding light on the disturbed mind behind the mass shooting. The manifesto reveals the depth of hatred and violence that Hale harbored, raising concerns about the lack of media coverage and failure to address the dangers of radical leftist ideologies.

While the left argued that the girl faced criticism from the school as a child for being transgender, the reality is so much darker. The shooter was obsessed with anti-Christian, anti-White rhetoric and specifically targeted the children (not staff).

In the manifesto, which Hale titled “DEATH DAY,” she expresses her excitement and nervousness for the planned attack. “Today is the day,” she wrote, emphasizing the gravity of the situation. She goes on to express her desire to cause harm, writing, “My only fear is if anything goes wrong, I’ll do my best to prevent [gibberish] of the sort. (God let my wrath take over my anxiety.)” It is a chilling sentiment that highlights the lack of empathy and disregard for human life that are prevalent in radical leftist ideologies.

Hale exhibited significant rage and racial animus in her writing, particularly targeted towards white individuals. In a disturbing entry from February 2, she writes, “Kill those kids!!! Those crackers going to private fancy schools with those fancy khakis & sports backpacks with thier daddies mustangs & convertables.” Her hatred for those she considers to be privileged is apparent, as she uses derogatory language to express her desire to harm them. This type of violent language and hatred towards individuals of a certain race is a direct result of the divisive rhetoric perpetuated by radical leftist ideologies.

What is even more concerning is Hale’s detailed itinerary for the day of the shooting. She planned out every minute leading up to the attack, including making a “final video” before heading to the school. This level of premeditation and precision in carrying out a deadly act highlights the lack of empathy and regard for human life that is prevalent in radical leftist ideologies. It also raises questions about the influence and impact of social media and online communities that promote violence and hatred towards certain groups of people.

It is deeply troubling that the media has failed to report on the release of Hale’s manifesto and the disturbing content within it. Instead, they continue to push a left-leaning agenda that often glorifies individuals like Hale while downplaying their violent actions. The lack of coverage and refusal to address the dangers of radical leftist ideologies further perpetuates the problem and puts more innocent lives at risk.


Audrey Hale’s manifesto is a grim reminder of the dangers posed by radical leftist ideologies and their influence on individuals. It is a call to action for society to address the divisive language and violent rhetoric that is proliferating online and in our communities.

It is also a reminder for the media to prioritize unbiased reporting and hold individuals accountable for their actions, regardless of their political beliefs. We must take a stand against radical ideologies and work towards unity and understanding to prevent future tragedies like the one at the Nashville Christian School.

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