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November 09, 2023
Seven officers placed on leave in response to the leaked Nashville Manifesto "to protect the integrity of the investigation"
On Wednesday, the Nashville Police Department confirmed they put seven officers on paid administrative leave over the Nashville Manifesto leak. A spokesperson for the department says it's "to protect the integrity of the active, progressing investigation."
This comes on the heels of Steven Crowder, host of Louder with Crowder, releasing three pages of the manifesto that implies Nashville shooter Audrey Hale was motivated by the progressive belief of "white privilege" and targeted white people as a result. Monday's show breaking the news has been viewed over two million times on Rumble.
The same video was removed from YouTube. Something about their new "violent criminal organizations policy."
Crowder addressed the latest news on a Wednesday evening livestream.
"They put seven people on leave, and they messed up. Hey MNPD, go try again [you] p-p-p-p-pussies."
The host also addressed some of the false reporting surrounding the release of the manifesto. "Just to be clear, no one was paid for that story. Our source has been protected and WILL be protected."
In March, Audrey Hale shot up a Christian school in Nashville in March after she planned the attack over a period of months. She left behind a manifesto that people on the Left argued could inspire more shooters if it was ever released. Even though, as Crowder pointed out when releasing the pages, the Left and the media cover these manifestos all the time if the narrative lends itself to "white supremacy." Not the case in Hale's manifesto, which targeted "crackers," white privilege, and white people in general.
"It's not a stretch to say that half of students in public schools could be influenced to think this way," Crowder said on Monday's episode of Louder with Crowder. "Maybe not go out and carry out shootings, but no one in public schools [or by the media] is being influenced to go out and become a white supremacist. The idea that you can be influenced by teachers to believe white people are inherently evil, that white privilege is something in need of correction, that's not a stretch.”
Brent Leatherwood, who claims to speak for the Covenant School parents, tells Fox-17 he was assured by Metro that it was a felony to leak the photos before calling the person who did it a "viper."
"The person who did this will be brought to justice. They will be arrested, and that absolutely has to happen."
Crowder will have the latest updates to this explosive story on the Monday, November 13th episode of Louder with Crowder.