Tenn. Bureau of Investigation Director Downplays Trans Shooter's Manifesto as a 'Plan and...Some Journal Type Rantings'

Nick Kangadis | April 19, 2023
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Folks, at this point, all we can say is that it seems that authorities simply don’t want you to see the “manifesto” of trans Tennessee shooter Audrey Hale. It’s enough that the propaganda media actually had to report the shooter appeared to target Christians for five minutes before memory-holing that aspect in favor of praising the trans community for some moronic level of bravery.

So while authorities keep the alleged manifesto in the dark, they seem to be partaking in another tactic so that you forget all about it — downplaying the importance of the “manifesto” as if there isn’t one to begin with.

When I say that, I don’t mean that they’re playing as if the manifesto doesn’t exist, although many believe that there was never one to begin with. What I mean is that authorities are now trying to change the definition of what they claim to have so that people don’t associate Hale with any kind of manifesto.

David Rausch, the director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, came out late last week and said that he thinks people calling Hale’s writings a “manifesto” is a “mischaracterization.”

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“It’s been characterized as a manifesto,” Rausch said.” I think that’s a mischaracterization, personally. The documents that we have, and I have viewed those, you know, one is specifically a plan and the other is some journal type rantings.”

Yeah, that’s called a manifesto.

Rausch went on to say that he believes a manifesto includes “ideological expressions.” So, by his logic, Rausch is saying that none of Hale’s plan or “journal type rantings” had anything to do with any kind of ideological expression?

While that could technically be true, when someone has “journal type rantings,” those usually include at least some small semblance of a belief the person writing them might’ve had at the time of writing.

It’s a little far-fetched and seems as if it’s just another excuse by authorities to cover up the truth from the American people who provide the capital for the people covering said information up to have jobs in the first place.

If the manifesto does exist, how about just one time letting the people decide if the contents of it are important enough for us to know.


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