Killer Targeted ‘Little Crackers’ With ‘White Privileges’

( – The horrifying mass shooting in Nashville was nothing short of anti-white racism and an anti-Christian hate crime, as has just been proven by a leak of a portion of a shocking manifesto penned by the transgender perpetrator of the vicious attack, who killed three kids and three elderly people.

The Nashville shooter’s purported manifesto indicates a deliberate attack on “little crackers” with “white privileges,” according to what appears to be the assailant’s journal, excerpts of which were disclosed by a conservative media outlet.

Steven Crowder, the presenter of the “Louder with Crowder” podcast, made public on Monday portions of the document he claims belonged to Audrey Hale, the 28-year-old responsible for the fatal March 27, 2023, incident at the Covenant School.

These pieces of the manifesto, which have yet to be authenticated, suggest that Hale, who was white, harbored a racially motivated animus towards white children, The Washington Times reports.

“Wanna kill all you little crackers!!! Bunch of little f****** w/your white privileges,” reads a journal entry from February 3, as shown in Crowder’s posts on social media and his website.

Police identified Hale as transgender, i.e., a woman claiming to be a man and a former student of the Covenant School—a private Christian institution situated in Nashville’s Green Hills district.

“Kill those kids!!! Those crackers going to fancy private schools with those fancy khakis & sports backpacks,” the trans mass murderer wrote in a page that also derided students for their “daddies [sic] mustangs & convertibles” and “mop yellow hair.”

The spiral journal culminates with an entry on March 27 titled “DEATH DAY” and features a handgun illustration.

“I’m a little nervous, but excited too. Been excited for the past 2 weeks,” the final entry discloses.

“There were several times I could have been caught especially in the summer of 2021,” the perpetrator wrote.

“I hope I have a high death count. Ready to die ha ha Aiden,” she stated in her concluding remark of the entry, referring to her alleged transgender name.

During the tragic event, Hale discharged 150 rounds, taking the lives of three nine-year-old students and three school employees over 60.

Hale was subsequently shot by Nashville officers 14 minutes after she opened fire.

According to Crowder, the manifesto was procured by the MugClub Network, which includes a collective of right-wing media personalities. He revealed Facebook removed the post for violating its policies against “violence and incitement.”