BREAKING: Facebook CENSORS Nashville school shooter manifesto

"Your post may go against our Community Standards on violence and incitement."

Steven Crowder released portions of the trans, Nashville school shooter's manifesto on his Louder with Crowder show on Monday morning, only to have posts about the document censored on Facebook. That shooter was Audrey Hale, who identified as trans masculine.

He reported that "Facebook is now censoring the Nashville Manifesto," and shared a screenshot of a warning he gets when trying to post the content. "Your post may go against our Community Standards on violence and incitement," it read.

"Your post," the warning continued, "looks similar to content that we've removed for going against our Community Standards. You can delete it now to avoid potential account restrictions."

Crowder shared a screenshot from a user who had attempted to post images of the handwritten manifesto, with the caption "Have fun reading I advise it's not good."

The manifesto, handwritten on lined paper, was leaked to Crowder and aired on his show. The document contains anti-white rhetoric and detailed plans as to how school shooter Audrey Hale intended to carry out the shooting on March 27, 2023.

The full manifesto has not yet been released, but portions of it were made available on the broadcast. The federal investigators who obtained the documents after Hale's death have not released the information, despite months of pressure to do so. Freedom of Information Act Requests have been filed to make the writing public. The Covenant School filed a motion to block the release of handwritten documents, which were found on Hale's clothes after her death.

Hale also, per the manifesto, recorded a "final video" that has also not been released. 

Hale gunned down 3 students and 3 teachers at the Covenant Catholic private school in Nashville, Tenn before being shot to death by officers responding to the scene. Per the documents leaked on Monday, Hale intended to die.
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