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November 07, 2023
Watch: Media Uproar After Trans Manifesto CONFIRMED, and we called it!
A lot has happened since we published the excerpts from the Nashville shooter's manifesto on Monday. Today’s show fills you in on who said what, what's happening now, the latest developments, responses from the media, and more.
Not only has the show post been taken down from YouTube but the manifesto has been banned from all major platforms.
The Mayor of Nashville has also said he will launch an investigation.
“I have directed Wally Dietz, Metro’s Law Director, to initiate an investigation into how these images could have been released," Mayor Freddie O'Connell said in a statement, according to The Tennessean. "That investigation may involve local, state, and federal authorities. I am deeply concerned with the safety, security, and well-being of the Covenant families and all Nashvillians who are grieving.
The manifesto was attacked by local and national media.
"No one has refused the authenticity. Including the mayor, including the police department. They are attacking the messenger,” Crowder said.
One reporter at the New York Times reached out to Crowder for comment regarding statements made by a self-appointed Covenant spokesperson that publishing the manifesto was nothing more than “chasing clicks" and that any proceeds should go to the families.
No surprise but the reporter did not include Crowder’s response.
"Don't be fooled. They don't send you those emails because they want to get more information. They are not doing any journalism there. They are basically writing a hit piece and they want you to say something that they can then use against you or take out of context or use half of what you said to make it look like they are right," Gerald A said.
Another prediction that came true was that the left will attack the messenger.
Fox Nashville conducted a poll that asked if the manifesto writings should have been released at the start of the investigation and over 87 percent said yes.
“[The left] wants you to believe that the 87 percent only makes up some small percent of the population. Don’t let them gaslight you,” Crowder said.
During the show, breaking news revealed that two officers are due to be fired over the release of the manifesto, according to an X post from Candance Owens. However, she also alleged that “the documents were sold by one of the officers.”
“No one sold us anything. We did not purchase anything. If they are firing two current police officers for selling documents, they are screwing up and they are going to be opening themselves up to liability,” Crowder said. "They want this to exist entirely in darkness," he added.