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WATCH: Steven Crowder Reads Nashville’s Shooter Manifesto Live On Air

The first three pages of the Nashville trans school shooter’s manifesto has been leaked by political commentator Steven Crowder.

Within the manifesto, The Covenant School shooter  Audrey Hale  wrote “Wanna kill all you little crackers.”

Hale continued writing  “Bunch of little f*ggots with your white privileges  f*** you.”

Nashville affiliate, FOX 17 News has already verified the authenticity of the manifesto from one of their sources.

Watch a clip of Crowder reading the manifesto here:

Per CBS Austin:

Portions of the manifesto belonging to Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale are circulating social media after months of debate regarding its release.

Steven Crowder, the host of the Louder with Crowder talk show, shared leaked images from the manifesto Monday morning. The pages released by Crowder allegedly reveal the intentions behind Hale’s deadly attack.

Wanna kill all you little c*******,” one page from the manifesto reads. “Bunch of little f****** w/ your white privlages f*** you f******.”

The National Desk has verified the authenticity of the leaked images through its Nashville affiliate, FOX 17 News.

28-year-old Audrey Hale killed six people, including three students, after breaking into The Covenant School in March. Hale, a transgender man who reportedly also went by the name “Aiden,” was previously a student at the school.

FOX 17 News reported in May that several Covenant parents did not want the manifesto to be released, citing the risk it could encourage copycat attacks and traumatize survivors.

“The parents seek to shield their children from further harm and trauma, including pain that would fester for the rest of their lives if the shooter, their assailant, is allowed to haunt them from beyond the grave,” an attorney for the parents wrote in a legal brief.

Hale’s manifesto includes an hour-by-hour calendar of the tragic day, which Hale called “Death Day,” including everything from “getting dressed” and “eat breakfast” to “prepare for attack” and “time 2 die.”

Per Fox 17 News:

Social media photos claiming to show some of the writings by The Covenant School shooter Audrey Hale are authentic, FOX 17 News has confirmed through a source.

On March 27, Hale – a woman who identified as transgender – entered the private elementary school and opened fire, taking the lives of three children and three staff members. Writings obtained by the Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) left behind by Hale have been the source of intense legal and public debate over if they should be released to the public.

In the months following the shooting, lawsuits filed by the National Police Association (NPA), The Tennessean, and Tennessee Firearms Association (TFA) called for the public release of writings left behind by Hale. The school, a group of parents from Covenant, and others have argued the writings should not be released to avoid potential copycats and to allow for closure to the parents who lost children.

Watch the full video here:


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