Happy Easter, ladies and gentlemen. We should say a word of thanks to the men and women in blue who stand between evil and decent people in our world. Along those lines, we should all give a prayer of thanks and well-wishes to the Nashville police officers who stopped the school massacre in that city last week.
The school murder spree in Nashville, TN has taught us a number of important lessons. First and foremost: running to the sound of gunfire in an active shooter situation will save lives and end the carnage a whole lot sooner than setting up a perimeter and letting the crazed killer ply his or her (or both) trade.
It also teaches us that transgendered killers like Audrey Hale may be impervious to criticism among the politically correct, but they aren’t bulletproof.
Audrey Hale, a failed-to-launch 28-year-old who recently decided she would rather be called Aiden or something like that, took a pass on shooting up another local venue in Nashville because of their armed security.
Instead, she picked her old elementary school, a Christian school called “The Covenant School.”
She rolled in, got out with her KelTec Sub2000, an AR and a handgun and shot her way into the building. Then she started with killing the building’s senior citizen custodian. From there, they social misfit loser shot a number of others, including two sixty-something women and three helpless third-graders. What bravery from the transgendered loser. Too bad Audrey/Aiken didn’t suck-start their Sub-2000 instead.
Cops entered the building, on a hunt and destroy mission. They weren’t there to set up a perimeter and wait for the killer to hunt down remaining students and faculty until she/he ran out of ammo or adrenaline. No, there were there to find the killer and end the spree.
After a few moments, they heard the killer shooting. They literally pushed one another, running towards the sound of gunfire. They found the gender dysphoric loser taking potshots at responding cops and others from a second floor window. They punched her ticket and then punched her ticket some more.
Here’s the video. Turn up the sound and play it on as big of a monitor as you can find. It’s a college-level textbook example of how to respond to an active shooter. Age restricted got you down? Do what you can to get around that. This video is too good not to miss.
From the description:
Nashville, Tennessee — On Monday, March 27, 2023, A heavily armed 28-year-old Audrey Hale, who attended the school years ago, arrived on The Covenant School in her Honda Fit. She was heavily armed with three guns, two of them assault-type weapons, and, as seen in surveillance video, shot her way into the church/school through doors on the side of the building. The first call to 911 about shots being fired in the building came in at 10:13 a.m. Officers rushed to the campus, made entry and began clearing the building. Shots were heard coming from the second level. It was on the second floor, in a common area, that a team of officers encountered Hale shooting (she had been firing through a window at arriving police cars). Two members of an officer team fired on Hale and fatally wounded her.
Those two officers are Officer Rex Engelbert, a four-year MNPD veteran, and Officer Michael Collazo, a nine-year MNPD veteran. Writings recovered from Hale revealed that her attack was calculated and planned. A search warrant executed at Hale’s Brightwood Avenue home resulted in the seizure of a sawed-off shotgun, a second shotgun, and other evidence. The deceased are identified as Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs, all age nine, Mike Hill, age 61, Cynthia Peak, age 61, and Katherine Koonce, age 60. Police have given unclear information on Hale’s gender. For hours Monday, police identified the shooter as a woman. At a late afternoon press conference, the police chief said Hale was transgender. After the news conference, police spokesperson Don Aaron declined to elaborate on how Hale identified. Destanee Thomas, a friend of Hale’s, told that Hale had announced the transition to Aiden and began using male pronouns relatively recently.
A few days later, police in Colorado Springs arrested a would-be copycat transgendered adult wanting to shoot up THREE Colorado schools. Yes, this freak hoped to become a truly extraordinary killer of children.
William Whitworth (who would rather you called him “Lilly”) was arrested by police.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – A former Colorado Springs student faces an attempted murder charge after reportedly making threats against various schools in one of the city’s largest school districts.
According to the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, 19-year-old William Whitworth – who identifies as “Lilly”- was charged after an investigation into “threats involving schools in Colorado Springs Academy District 20.”
Here’s more, from KRDO:
At the scene, deputies spoke with someone at the door who said that someone inside was “very upset and punched holes inside the walls.” That person, however, did not immediately let deputies inside.
Once inside, deputies noted in the affidavit two holes that appeared to be punch marks in the wall. The door to a bedroom was off its hinges and lying beside the opening. Inside a bedroom, deputies found RP’s sister on a bed. The sister identified herself as Lilly, but further investigation determined her birth name is William Whitworth.
While speaking with Whitworth, deputies noted she “appeared to be very drowsy and could not stay awake.” She would answer questions with her eyes closed.
When asked if she was going to shoot up a school, the affidavit states Whitworth “visibly shook her head and down indicating yes.” When asked why she’d do that, Whitworth stated, “Why does anyone do it.”
If convicted of the charges, “Lilly’s” not going to have a problem with noisy flatulence after “she” is sent to Colorado state prison and enjoys a few months there.