Nashville Atrocity Anniversary Aftermath

On March 15, federal judge Aleta Trauger “ordered the Federal Bureau of Investigation to hand over documents to her for a private review in an ongoing Freedom of Information Act case that will decide if the public will see documents related to the Covenant School shooter’s motives.” The documents did not emerge before March 27, one year since Audrey Hale, 28, shot dead nine-year-olds Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney and Hallie Scruggs, along with Covenant headmaster Katherine Koonce, custodian Mike Hill and teacher Cynthia Peak.

On the anniversary of the mass murder, the Tennessee Star named all the victims and noted that the shooting “was carried out by Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who identified as transgender.” The Tennesseean named the victims “gunned down in a mass shooting,” but the shooter was not identified. The Associated Press story failed to name any victims or identify Audrey Hale, whose possible motive also escaped notice.

Last year, the Biden White house failed to name a single victim or condemn Audrey Hale, who acted in the run-up to the April 1 “Trans Day of Vengeance.” This year, Biden proclaimed March 31, Easter Sunday, a “Transgender Day of Visibility” on which:

We honor the extraordinary courage and contributions of transgender Americans and reaffirm our Nation’s commitment to forming a more perfect Union — where all people are created equal and treated equally throughout their lives.

Transgender Americans are part of the fabric of our Nation.  Whether serving their communities or in the military, raising families or running businesses, they help America thrive.

I call upon all Americans to join us in lifting up the lives and voices of transgender people throughout our Nation and to work toward eliminating violence and discrimination based on gender identity.

And so on, with nothing about the deadly violence inflicted by the transgender Audrey Hale. Last year, two months after the Nashville massacre, the Biden White House marked the anniversary of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Kamala Harris named all the Uvalde victims but last year failed to name the Nashville victims or condemn Audrey Hale. An online search reveals no statement by Harris on the anniversary of Audrey Hale’s attack.

According to Nashville police, in 20 journals and assorted writings Hale documented, “her planning over a period of months to commit mass murder at the Covenant School,” and Hale “considered the actions of other mass murderers.”  In portions of the manifesto leaked last November, Hale wrote “wanna kill all you little crackers,” and expressed hope for a “high death count.” Despite judge Trauger’s order, Hale’s full manifesto has yet to be revealed.

STEVE adds: Biden apologists are saying that March 31 has always been Trans-Awareness Day, so it is merely a coincidence that it occurs on Easter Sunday this year. I guess we all just missed this in previous years. On the other hand, it is not as though there aren’t enough official opportunities to recognize the alphabet people:

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