Last Updated on January 8, 2024
The trans or gender-fluid mass shooter who killed one and injured five more in his January 4th attack on Perry, Iowa’s Perry High School planted an improvised explosive device in the school to inflict maximum damage against his peers, but the bomb never went off and was “rendered safe” by the ATF. The trans shooter, Dylan Butler, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
UPDATE: A total of 7 people were confirmed injured in the Perry, Iowa shooting. 11-year-old 6th grader Ahmir Jolliff lost his life. He was known as “Smiley”.
In one of their rather limited communications with the press, Iowa authorities announced that trans and sometimes “gender-fluid” mass shooter Dylan Butler, who used “he/they” pronouns, planted an improvised explosive device, commonly known as an IED, inside Perry High School when he kicked off the rampage that left a sixth-grader dead (Perry High School and Middle School share a campus) and five others, including the school’s principal, injured.
“As additional officers responded, a systematic search of the school took place. Officers located, during the search of the school, an improvised explosive device,” an official with the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI) told the press from behind a lectern outside the besieged school.
“The State Fire Marshal and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms rendered the device safe,” he went on. “Officers from multiple agencies were able to secure the school and verify [there were] no additional threats.”
According to additional information provided to the local media by Iowa DCI, trans attacker Dylan Butler “used a pump action shotgun and a small-caliber handgun to carry out the attack.”
Hear from the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigations in the Video Below:
Officials on the school shooting in Perry, Iowa:
"Officers located during the search of the school and improvised explosive device (IED)." pic.twitter.com/wdfH4sidK8
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) January 4, 2024
As National File reported on the day of the shooting, corporate media, Big Tech, and even local law enforcement have all taken steps to obscure the public’s view of the story, specifically the transgender and gender-fluid lifestyle that mass shooter Dylan Butler adhered to, and promoted online.
Social media accounts belonging to suspected Perry, Iowa mass shooter Dylan Butler, whose rampage wounded a thus far unknown number of his peers before Butler was neutralized by police, show that the Iowa teenager identified as transgender, but was hesitant to receive a so-called “gender-affirming surgery” for fear that it would make him “look ugly.”
In the biographical section of his now-removed TikTok account, which vanished from the platform just hours after the shooting at Butler’s Iowa high school, is a rainbow gay pride flag.
In one of his TikTok videos, he calls on viewers to “[love] your trans kids.”
The trans attack on Perry High School is just the latest in a series of mass shootings, sexual assaults, and other crimes by self-proclaimed transgender or gender-fluid assailants, including the slaughter of Christian children at a Nashville elementary school, which was targeted by a trans terrorist whose manifesto expressed a desire to “kill those kids” and “those crackers.”
In the wake of the Nashville attack, several trans and pro-LGBT “influencers” and others openly endorsed violence against believers and anyone else standing in the way of the trans movement’s societal takeover and access to children, uniting under the threat of “trans rights…or else” over social media.