Headline Prayer LIVE is streaming live Headline Prayer LIVE live at 12:15 PM ET
I Prayed have prayed
Father, we pray for the immediate release of the Nashville shooter's manifesto. Expose the extent of her evil and change the hearts of those who may share her rhetoric.
Reading Time: 2 minutes

The manifesto of the woman who murdered Christian students in Nashville was leaked online, despite the efforts of many to keep it hidden.

From The Daily Wire. The transgender-identifying killer who murdered six people at a Christian school in Nashville was consumed by leftist racial hatred targeting whites as “privileged,” according to three pages of the shooter’s diary released by podcaster Steven Crowder on Monday.

This content is supported by your donations.
Give today.


“Kill those kids!!! Those crackers going to private fancy schools with those fancy khakis + sports backpacks w/ their daddies mustangs + convertables [sic],” the 28-year-old female shooter wrote in a diary entry dated February 3. …

Three photographs of the pages of the shooter’s diary were obtained by Crowder, who reported that his investigative team independently confirmed the authenticity of the images. The Daily Wire’s sources have also confirmed the authenticity of the pages.


The diary entries also reveal her schedule for “death day,” beginning at 7 a.m. (“get dressed”) and ending after 12:37 p.m. with “time 2 die.” …

The shooter, who The Daily Wire is not naming, boasted to a friend before the shooting that she had left plenty of evidence behind making her motives clear. Nashville’s police acknowledged this fact after the shooting.

After the shooting, Nashville police chief John Drake promised Republican Gov. Bill Lee that the manifesto would “soon” be released.

“The Covenant shooting was a tragedy beyond comprehension, & Tennesseans need clarity. We’ve been in touch with the Nashville Police Department, & today, Chief Drake assured me that documents & information regarding the shooter will be released to the public very soon,” Lee said on April 27.

But Drake broke that promise. For the better part of a year, Nashville’s police department refused to release the manifesto, citing a series of contradictory excuses. …

The writings may raise questions about why the killing of schoolchildren, apparently based on their race, was not considered a hate crime by the FBI. The shooter, and the children she targeted based on their race, were white. …

What do you think of the manifesto? Share your thoughts and prayers below.

(Excerpt from The Daily Wire. Photo Credit:

Comments (2) Print


Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

November 8, 2023

I have lived in Nashville for the past 18 years and we have seen many tragedies over the past few years. Most recently the shooter at the Covenant school. But also, the leaked audio of a Vanderbilt chief of staff whom as a directive encouraged abortions as the procedure is lucrative and selling of fetus parts/tissue make lots of money for the hospital, the Christmas Day bombing in 2020, mass shooting at an Antioch church Sept 24th, 2017, another man in Aug 5, 2015 wielding an axe and pistol opens fire on movie theater attendees viewing Mad Max: Fury Road, and the list goes on and on. Nashville per capita has the largest number of churches in any city in the United States. It is also home to many Christian music labels, Christian bands, and Christian events like the Dove awards, live televised Christmas specials, tent revivals, etc. Many great leaders and prophets of God call Nashville home as well such as Kent Christmas, Johnny Enlow, Tony Suarez, etc. I know that it is because of the heavy Christian influence in Nashville that I am only able to recall a few incidents and that there is not more lawlessness. The continual and effectual prayer of a righteous one avails much.

I pray that, “Jesus, may you continue restoring the lives, hearts and minds of the victim’s families. May they draw close to you and seek your face, Oh God. Continue to expose the corruption and hidden agendas of the enemies plans so that we may pray against them. That whatever plans, plots, blueprints, designs of the enemy be smashed, crashed, thrashed and destroyed. Not just for Nashville, but every city and town. May we rise up as a church as described in Matthew 16:18 storming the enemies gates in assurance that evil will not prevail. Lead us and direct our paths to the people whom are lost and know death. Reflecting Jesus as we bring life and hope through your spoken word. So they too may have a Jesus Encounter. Transforming those that were once dead to life and a life that is more abundant.
We know that we have not been given a spirit of fear, but of power love and a sound mind. Let us speak life everywhere we go and everyone whom we may encounter. For as we entertain angels, we may not know whether they are angels of light or angels of darkness. Let us plant seeds of grace through your wonderous power, water the soil with your love, and collect the harvest of those gone before us with the soundness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Amen!!!”.

November 8, 2023

It’s sad that I don’t even remember the Nashville shooting. We have had so many tragedies that they all run together. I had to google it to remember what had happened. It seems that whites and/or Christian’s are not a protected class. It would be easy to take offense at this and join in the fray; yet, our God is our protector. He is the one who fights for us. Like Stephen, I pray, “Lord, forgive her for she knows not what she does.” I pray for the families who lost loved ones during this horrible tragedy. I pray for God’s light to shine even brighter during these dark times.


Partner with Us

Intercessors for America is the trusted resource for millions of people across the United States committed to praying for our nation. If you have benefited from IFA's resources and community, please consider joining us as a monthly support partner. As a 501(c)3 organization, it's through your support that all this possible.

Dave Kubal
IFA President
Become a Monthly Partner


Click below to share this with others

Log in to Join the Conversation

Log in to your IFA account to start a discussion, comment, pray, and interact with our community.