The manifesto allegedly written by the trans Nashville Catholic school shooter was recently released, exposing the troubled individual had been radicalized by extreme left-wing ideology such as anti-white narratives and critical race theory indoctrination.
Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated incident. There’s been an increase in violence and shootings by transexuals or young adults with gender confusion as schools, the media, and communities continue to aggressively push the trans agenda on impressionable and mentally unstable young people.
On March 27, police killed Audrey Hale, 28, after she shot up the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, where she had once attended, killing three children and three adults. The manifesto, believed to be written by Hale, exposed the shooter’s intention to murder “white-privileged” kids. Her writings were riddled with racial slurs and profane language such as: “wanna kill all you crackers” and “kill those kids!” Hale described the day as “Death Day.” “I hope the death count is high.”
The Nashville shooter is one of many shootings that have taken place by young individuals who struggled with gender identity. For example, the Aberdeen shooter, Snochia Moseley, 26, who shot six co-workers, killing three of them at a Rite Aid Corp facility in Aberdeen, Maryland, on Sept. 20, 2018, identified as trans. Moseley had struggled for years with mental illness and emotional distress due to his struggle with his sexual identity, according to authorities.
In May of 2020, Maya Alec McKinney, who identifies as transgender, was sentenced to life in prison after admitting to taking part in the shooting at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) School in Highlands Ranch in Colorado that left one student dead and eight others wounded.
The Colorado Springs shooter, Lee Aldrich, is accused of killing five people at an LGBT nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in November of 2022. Aldrich’s lawyers said Aldrich identifies as non-binary and prefers they/them pronouns, and was only 22 years old when the shooting took place.
The Highland Park, Illinois shooter, Robert Crimo III, the suspected gunman of a shooting that left seven people dead and 30 wounded at an Independence Day parade last year who was 21 years old at the time, dressed as a woman and wore a wig when the shooting took place, according to the U.S. Sun.
Shootings are extreme examples of radical trans individuals turning violent; however, members of the trans community are also posting disturbing videos threatening violence. Popular X account, Libs of TikTok, recently posted a video of a disturbed trans activist who wished death and torture on transphobic people, stating, “yes, I want to stab all of you to death.”
Mental instability has been a common theme with radical and violent trans individuals, and it’s no coincidence that children are increasingly exposed at an early age to woke teachers, gender ideology, and critical race theory at schools. The radical views that are taught are distorting reality for young, impressionable children.
“Kids who identify as trans are far more likely than their peers to be diagnosed with mental health challenges like anxiety and depression,” according to Do No Harm Research Director Ian Kingsbury. “The U.S. health establishment explains this as a phenomenon of ‘minority stress,’ alluding to the idea that depression and anxiety arise from dysphoria.”
An article in Psychology Today reports that gender confusion is on the rise, and some schools have started LGBT clubs aimed at young children. Drag Queen story hours and drag shows have become places where children are subjected to sexual acts and behaviors, including drag queens gyrating and twerking in front of rooms full of children and teachers.
Some sex offenders have been caught in these programs, including a former president of a drag queen story hour foundation. Brett Blomme, who headed Cream City Foundation, was arrested on seven counts of child porn in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2021. Also, last year LGBTQ youth advisor and drag queen Brice Williams was charged with 25 counts of child porn.
Evidence of violent behavior by transgender individuals, as depicted in the examples above, is drawing greater public concern about allowing children to be exposed to drag shows, school policies that support gender neutral bathrooms, or those that ignore the rights of parents.