What a Shocker! FBI Says Releasing Tenn. Shooter's Alleged Manifesto Would be 'Astronomically Dangerous'

Nick Kangadis | April 25, 2023
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Name something that has been reported in the news, any news, that makes you trust or have confidence in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)…yeah, I got nothing, either.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, the FBI added another feather to its cap of coverups concerning the alleged manifesto of Audrey Hale, the trans shooter that killed six at a Christian school in Tennessee about a month ago.

The FBI, according to the New York Post, is “stalling” and also reported that the manifesto “would not be released any time soon.”

The Post reported that Metro Nashville Council Member Courtney Johnson confirmed she spoke to the FBI and that the Alphabet agency said releasing the alleged manifesto “would be astronomically dangerous.”

“What I was told is, her manifesto was a blueprint on total destruction, and it was so, so detailed at the level of what she had planned,” Johnson said. “That document in the wrong person’s hands would be astronomically dangerous.”

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A lot of things in the wrong person’s hands would be “astronomically dangerous.” The communist manifesto in any idiotic politician’s hands would be and has been “astronomically dangerous.” Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” would be and has been “astronomically dangerous” in any person with power’s hands, like Alinsky’s pupil Hillary Clinton.

How about letting the people determine what is “astronomically dangerous” and what isn’t? I understand that the federal government doesn’t trust the American public in the least to brush their teeth, let alone be able to grasp a maniac’s alleged manifesto.

For context, I say “alleged,” because until I see this supposed manifesto for myself and feel it wasn’t delayed simply because the FBI was busy writing it, I don’t believe it actually exists.

Even if it truly does, it must not be flattering for the federal government or the trans community’s narratives that they’re intentionally not releasing it.

Authorities have even tried to downplay the alleged manifesto by claiming it’s not really a manifesto, but just “some journal type rantings.”

It’s nearing the point where the American public needs to choose a side — themselves or the federal government.


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