By New York Post. The New York Times and USA Today complied with radical gender ideology by apologizing for correctly identifying the Nashville Christian School shooting suspect as a woman.
Soon after the shooting at Nashville’s Covenant School on Monday, in which three students and three adults were shot and killed, police identified the suspected shooter as 28-year-old Audrey Hale. A little while later, officials stated that Hale, who was killed by police during the attack, identified as transgender — meaning Hale allegedly believed she was a man.
Female assailants in mass shootings in the U.S. — like the one that occurred on Monday in Nashville — are extremely rare, according to the Violence Project, which maintains a national database of mass shootings dating to 1966. https://t.co/rAK7j63qhV
— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 27, 2023
Following the revelation that Audrey was a woman who identified as a man, both USA Today and The New York Times were quick to issue statements on Twitter, seemingly apologizing for adhering to biological reality by correctly calling Hale a woman. The publications also appeared to scrub references to Hale as a female from online news articles.
Here is the CLIP confirming by Nashville Police Chief that Audrey Hale does "identify as Transgender" pic.twitter.com/XUBm5d6zAU
— Jon Nicosia (@NewsPolitics) March 27, 2023
Police on Monday afternoon said that the shooter was a transgender man. Officials had initially misidentified the gender of the shooter.
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 27, 2023
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Shooter Audrey Hale’s Parents ‘Couldn’t Accept’ Their Daughter’s Trans Identity: Report
By New York Post. Nashville shooter Audrey Hale’s parents “couldn’t accept” their 28-year-old daughter’s transgender, gay lifestyle, according to a report.
The Daily Mail reported that Hale’s strict Christian parents, Norma, 61, and 64-year-old Ronald, struggled to come to terms with their daughter’s gender identity and sexuality.
Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake recently announced Hale was transgender. He said police were investigating whether Hale being transgender played a role in her decision to target the private Christian elementary school.
Hale, who also went by the name “Aiden” and used he/him pronouns, would reportedly change clothes after leaving the family home where she lived. (Read more from “Shooter Audrey Hale’s Parents ‘Couldn’t Accept’ Their Daughter’s Trans Identity: Report” HERE)
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