While authorities in Nashville are sticking with the line that “as yet we don’t have a motive” for the transgender terrorist’s attack on the Covenant Church Christian School, the UK’s Daily
Mail has broken the story wide open with claims the attacker was having “private counseling sessions” with the school's head pastor before massacre where she shot dead his nine-year-old daughter “because HE wasn't on site.”
Emma James writing for DailyMail.com reports that a former pastor of the Covenant school has claimed that transgender terrorist Audrey Hale was receiving counseling sessions with the father of one of her victims.
Hale, a former student at the school, opened fire at the private school in Nashville on Monday, killing three children and three staff members.
Ex-pastor at the school Jim Bachmann has now claimed that she was receiving private sessions from the current pastor of the school – Chad Scruggs.
However, Ms. James reports these claims have been denied by the Covenant School, with a spokesperson telling DailyMail.com: “Metro Nashville Police have been clear that no one was targeted in the shooting, and Pastor Scruggs was not counseling the shooter.”
“The former pastor [Jim Bachmann] had said on a television program he had heard that, but it is not accurate and is based on hearsay, not fact,” the school spokesperson told the DailyMail.com.
Ms. James reports authorities are now admitting that Hale had planned to attack more than one location - including a mall and another school - and now Bachmann has told InsideEdition that she could have been targeting Pastor Scruggs' other three children.
He added that Pastor Scruggs had been providing her with counseling, adding that Hale “appeared to be searching the school” for him.
However, he was not on-site at the time, and Bachmann speculated that Hale would have “left his daughter alone” had she been able to find Pastor Scruggs.
Bachmann said: “I'm hearing he was providing counseling for her, and something didn't sit right with her, and so she targeted his daughter and perhaps his two sons that attend another private school.
“If she'd found Chad and tried to kill him, maybe she would have left his daughter alone, I don't know,” said Bachmann.
Investigators have yet to release the manifesto Hale left behind before storming her former elementary school. While the actual details of Hale’s current interactions with the Covenant School and church remain obscure, what is clear is that Hale had a serious problem with Christian mores and values.
DailyMail.com revealed earlier this week that her trans identity caused friction with her devout Christian parents who banned her from dressing as a male in their suburban Nashville home. With her parents refusing to let Hale pretend to be a man in their home, she would change clothes after she left according to friends.
“Transgenderists hate Christians above all, because Christians refused to join every other liar in our society and proclaim that transgenderists are Gods with the power to change nature itself,” Tucker Carlson recently observed to viewers of his television program.
“For that refusal,” Carlson continued, “that unwillingness to bow down and worship a false idol, in this case of transgenderism, they were murdered.”
According to a transcript of Tucker’s comments published on the radical homosexual website losangelesblade.com, the FOX host elaborated:
“The trans movement is the mirror image of Christianity and therefore its natural enemy. In Christianity, the price of admission is admitting that you’re not God. Christians openly can see they have no real power over anything and for that matter, very little personal virtue.
They will tell you to your face if they are sinful and helpless and basically absurd. They are not embarrassed about any of this, they brag about it. “That saved a wretch like me,” goes the most famous Christian hymn written in English.
The trans movement takes the opposite view. Trans ideology claims dominion over nature itself. “We can change the identity we are born with,” they will tell you with wild-eyed certainty.
Christians can never agree with this statement because these are powers they believe God alone possesses. That unwillingness to agree, that failure to acknowledge a trans person’s dominion over nature insights and outrages some in the trans community.
People who believe they’re God can’t stand to be reminded that they are not. So, Christianity and transgender orthodoxy are wholly incompatible theologies. They can never be reconciled. They are on a collision course with each other. One side is likely to draw blood before the other side.”
Tucker further accused the Attorney General Merrick Garland and other law enforcement agencies of intentionally hiding the terrorist’s manifesto and motive because “the transgender lobby, which has far more power than you do, has pressured politicians to keep it hidden.”
Tucker is right, social media has been awash with adherents of transgender ideology threatening Christians; one activist appears to have taken the movement to the next level, posting a picture of a heavily armed person with an assault rifle and threatening to 'kill christcucks' - offensive slang for Christians.
The Daily Mail reports two other trans activists have since posted footage and photos of themselves with rifles, which appear to be in direct response to the Nashville shooting.
One says that she will use the weapon for 'protection' against 'transphobes' who target them.
And the New York Sun reports a transgender female in a bulletproof vest and pink face mask posted social media pictures standing in front of a transgender pride flag while holding a semi-automatic rifle, with several other guns in holsters at her waist. “Kill christcucks. Behead christcucks,” said the tweet, a vulgar reference to Christians.
These violent images should surprise no one, because transgender ideology has long advocated violence against those who oppose it, and advocacy has begat normalization: A press secretary for Arizona’s Far Left Democrat Governor Katie Hobbs, Josselyn Berry, tweeted a screenshot of a woman aiming two pistols with the tagline, “Us when we see transphobes.”
Some in the press have also insinuated that there may be a connection between the shooter’s motives and two recently passed laws in Tennessee. One restricts drag performances, and the other prohibits gender-affirming care for minors. Until the manifesto is released, this is all conjecture.
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