The Transmaid’s Tale One Year Later

Last year, the “Trans Day of Vengeance” was slated for April 1, but Audrey Hale, a woman who thought she was a man, couldn’t wait. On March 27, 2023, Hale shot her way into the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, and murdered nine-year-olds Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs, daughter of Covenant Presbyterian pastor Chad Scruggs.

As the autopsy report confirms, the children died of multiple gunshot wounds, some inflicted at point-blank range. Hale also applied “blunt force trauma” to William Kinney and Katherine Koonce, 60, who took bullets in the head. Hale also shot dead teacher Cynthia Peak, 61, and custodian Mike Hill, 61, before Nashville police took her down.

A former student at the school, Audrey Hale carefully planned the attack for months. She compiled a massive “manifesto” that police, the FBI, and trans activists sought to keep suppressed. According to the Trans Resistance Network (TRN), Audrey Hale had “no other effective way to be seen than to lash out by taking the lives of others.” That evokes the deadly dynamics behind the Nashville murder spree.

As Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn explained, the line between good and evil runs straight down the middle of the human heart, and all human hearts. For the left, that line runs between social classes, nobles and peasants, workers and bosses, rich and poor, blacks and whites, and so forth. Trans ideology, the anti-scientific belief that woman can become men and vice versa, takes this division to another level.

“Homosexuality and transgenderism are two utterly different phenomena,” explains Bruce Bawer, author of A Place at the Table: The Gay Individual in American Society, but both groups are now enlisted in “the LGBTQ+ family.”

Bawer outs the trans movement as a “revolution against reality itself,” a division that pits those who recognize reality against those who don’t. The trans types believe they are under attack from those who recognize reality. The trans types have convinced themselves that those who recognize reality are guilty of “genocide.” They thus qualify for deadly violence, fueled by another dynamic.

Nothing is more dangerous than a general idea in narrow, empty minds,” explains Hippolyte Taine, historian of the French Revolution. “As they are empty, it finds no knowledge there to interfere with it; as they are narrow it is not long before it occupies the place entirely. Henceforth they no longer belong to themselves but are mastered by it; it works in them and through them, the man, in the true sense of the word, being possessed.”

Government education and the onslaught of wokeness have left many minds empty and narrow, Audrey Hale’s prominent among them. The general idea that men can become women, and vice versa, occupied her entirely, to the point that she was literally possessed. The general idea, it turns out, has friends in high places.

Over at the White House, Joe Biden failed to identify or condemn the shooter, failed to name a single murder victim, and did not attend any of the funerals. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said, “our hearts go out to the trans community as they are under attack right now.” As this certifies, trans ideology is official government policy and trans murderers get special treatment.

White woman Audrey Hale gunned down black custodian Mike Hill, but no word from Biden about her possible racist motivation. Biden favors “red flag” laws that justify the removal of firearms from people deemed to be dangerous. Nothing of the kind took place with Audrey Hale, who was as dangerous as it gets. The FBI did nothing to stop her mass murder and continues to suppress Hale’s manifesto.  

As the first anniversary of Hale’s atrocity approached, an Oklahoma teen named Nex Benedict who identified as “gender expansive” committed suicide. In an official statement, Biden denounced “bullying” and said “my prayers are with Nex’s family, friends, and all who loved them—and to all LGBTQI+ Americans for whom this tragedy feels so personal, know this: I will always have your back.” Mass murder goes far beyond bullying, but Biden sent up no prayers for the families of Audrey Hale’s victims. If you adhere to reality, Joe Biden doesn’t ever have your back.

Even in Washington, it’s hard to think of anybody with a narrower or emptier mind than Joe Biden who, in Conrad Black’s phrase, is but a “wax-works effigy of a president.” The Delaware Democrat is all-in with the general idea and the killer construct. The Audrey Hale types will act accordingly.

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