Last Updated on November 9, 2023
Nashville Police Chief John Drake admitted in a public statement that the three leaked pages of anti-Christian trans terrorist and mass shooter Audrey Hale’s manifesto, which has been dubbed a “tranifesto”, are indeed real. Additionally, Nashville Mayor Freddie O’Connell has ordered an investigation into the tranifesto’s partial release. The previously unreleased pages were obtained and published by Stephen Crowder after being covered up by Nashville authorities since the March 27th, 2023 shooting that claimed the lives of three children and three adults when trans terrorist Audrey Hale invaded The Covenant School to “kill those kids” and “those crackers”.
“I am greatly disturbed by today’s unauthorized release of three pages of writings from the Covenant shooter,” Nashville Police Chief John Drake said in a press release after Stephen Crowder published Hale’s demented writings, which called for the murder of white, Christian children. “This police department is extremely serious about the investigation to identify the person responsible,” Drake added.
Nashville Mayor Freddie O’Connell echoed Drake in a statement of his own, ordering law enforcement “to initiate an investigation into how these images [of Hale’s writings] could have been released.”
O’Connell, like others in Nashville’s local government, used the grieving families of Covenant School attack victims as scapegoats for continuing to cover up trans terrorist Audrey Hale’s motivations, adding that he is “deeply concerned with the safety, security, and well-being of the Covenant families and all Nashvillians who are grieving.”
Multiple Nashville police officers are already reported to be under investigation in the wake of the leak that led to Stephen Crowder publishing the tranifesto entries, with seven Nashville officers reportedly being placed on “administrative assignment” thus far.
Read all three pages of Audrey Hale’s manifesto released by Stephen Crowder below: