ADL refuses to classify Nashville trans school shooter as far-left extremist

The ADL said that the case of the killer who shot up a Christian school in Nashville does not show “clear evidence of extremism.”


The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has claimed that the Nashville killer who shot up a Christian school was not a left-wing extremist because the transgender shooter used the term "f*ggots" in the manifesto.  

"Hale left some writings, not released by police, that they described as lacking any specific political or social issues. Three pages of a document were later leaked that contained hateful epithets directed at white and LGBTQ+ people, which did not provide evidence of any particular extremist ideology, but rather primarily resentment and grievance at students from the shooter’s former school perceived to be better off than the shooter was,” the ADL told the Daily Signal.

The terms the ADL cited as examples to justify this reasoning included "f*ggots" as an example of "epithets directed at ... LGBTQ+ people." 

ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt posted to X that all murders in 2023 based on extremism were committed by "far-right extremists," according to their analysis of crimes in the US.  

The transgender Nashville school shooter, Audrey Hale, was not named on the list of extremists that the ADL has in their analysis. The omission, as the news outlet wrote, "may trace back to Hale’s transgender identity." 

Moreover, the ADL has attacked more conservative figures that report on gender ideology, such as Libs of TikTok owner, Chaya Raichik, who is also Jewish. The organization has even flagged conservative figures to law enforcement when they criticize the idea that a man can become a woman.  

The organization has also come under fire for accusing Elon Musk, who recently went to visit Israel.  

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