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Transgender Mass Shooter Used Government Grants To Buy Weapons

It has been revealed that the perpetrator of the March 2023 mass shooting at Covenant School, Audrey Elizabeth Hale, used federal Pell Grant funds to purchase the guns she used in her deadly rampage.

According to reports from 99.7 WTN radio host Brian Wilson, Hale took advantage of an education grant she received and used it to buy seven guns and pay for training at a local gun range. Three of these guns were later recovered from the scene of the shooting at Covenant School.

Hale’s actions have sparked outrage among American-loving Patriots who tend to vote Republican. It is a betrayal not only of our tax dollars but also of our trust in those who are supposed to use these funds for their intended purpose.

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The tragic events at Covenant School left six people dead, including three innocent children. And now we learn that our hard-earned money was used to fund this senseless violence.

This revelation raises serious questions about the oversight and accountability measures in place for federal grants. How could something like this slip through the cracks? Who is responsible for ensuring that our tax dollars are being used properly?

It is also deeply concerning that someone with such malicious intent was able to access and exploit federal funds meant for education. This raises concerns about the effectiveness of background checks and the need for stricter regulations when it comes to purchasing firearms.

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As American-loving Patriots, we value our Second Amendment rights, but we also understand the importance of responsible gun ownership. The fact that Hale was able to use federal funds to acquire multiple guns highlights the need for better regulation and enforcement in this area.

This tragic event at Covenant School serves as a reminder that evil exists in this world, and we must do everything in our power to prevent it from causing harm. We must hold those who misuse federal funds accountable and ensure that our tax dollars are being used wisely.

The Tennessee Star, a conservative news outlet, reached out to MNPD for further details on these firearms. However, their request was met with resistance as MNPD stated that any information regarding the guns was protected under an open investigative file.

The Star obtained a list of these weapons and their estimated prices from a reliable source. It appears that among the arsenal of guns owned by the shooter were two shotguns – one of which was sawed-off – along with other items. And let’s not forget that these weapons were found at his parents’ home, suggesting that they may have been legally purchased and owned.

Here is a breakdown of each weapon and its approximate cost:

SMITH & WESSON M&P SHIELD 9 9MM PISTOL SN: NKN8970 [$519]

2. LEAD STAR GRUNT-15 RIFLE W/ MAGAZINE MULTI-CAL SN: SG05222 [$849]

3. KELTEC SUB2000 RIFLE W/MAGAZINE + W/STRAP [$578]

4. 126) LC 21 [5.56] CARTRIDGE CASES [$93.24]

5. (23) SIG 9MM LUGER CARTRIDGE CASES [$10.58]

6. (3) WIN 9MM LUGER CARTRIDGE CASES [$9.20]

7. (4) LC 16 CARTRIDGE CASES [not found]

8. (4) WIN 9MM LUGER CARTRIDGE CASES [$1.60]

9. (1) PROJECTILE W/ HAIR + RED FIBERS FROM SMITH & WESSON M&P #NKN8970 [$110]

10. (10) PROJECTILES FROM WINDOW

11. (4) COPPER FRAGMENTS FROM MNPD VEHICLES

12. (19) COPPER FRAGMENTS

13. (3) LC 21 LIVE CARTRIDGES FROM EM81 – LEAD STAR RIFLE #SG05222 [not found]

14. (7) SIG 9MM LUGER LIVE CARTRIDGES FROM EM82 – KEL TEC SUB2000 #FG6F97 [$3.22]

15. (5) WIN 9MM LUGER LIVE CARTRIDGES [$2]

16. 14) 9MM LUGER LIVE CARTRIDGES (MIXED BRANDS) [$6.44]

17. TAN GLOCK EXTENDED MAGAZINE (9MM) W/ (30) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$17.99 (mag) $14.80 (bullets)]

18. SMITH & WESSON M&P SHIELD 9EZ MAGAZINE W/ (8) 9MM LUGER LIVE CARTRIDGES [$29.99 (mag) $13.80 (bullets)]

19. PMAG 30 5.56 MAGAZINE [$14.95]

20. PMAG 30 5.56 MAGAZINE [$14.95]

21. 40-ROUND PMAG 5.56 MAGAZINE [$22.95]

22. 9MM MAGAZINE W/ (17) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$42.99 (mag) $7.82 (bullets)]

23. SMITH & WESSON M&P 9MM SHIELD 9EZ MAGAZINE W/ (8) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$32.99 (mag) $3.68 (bullets)]

24. PMAG 15 (MAGAZINE – 9MM) W/ (15) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$14.95 (mag) $6.90 (bullets)]

25. CLEAR ETSGROUP.US 9MM MAGAZINE W/ (9) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES (ALL FC) [$23.25 (mag) $4.14 (bullets)]

26. PMAG 17 (MAGAZINE – 9MM) W/ (17) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$28.99 (mag) $7.82 (bullets)]

27. PMAG 17 (MAGAZINE – 9MM) W/ (17) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$28.99 (mag) $7.82 (bullets)]

28. PMAG 17 (MAGAZINE – 9MM) W/ (17) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$28.99 (mag) $7.82 (bullets)]

29. 9MM EXTENDED MAGAZINE W/ (34) 9MM LIVE CARTRIDGES [$22.99 (mag) $15.64 (bullets)]

30. TAN MFT 5.56 MAGAZINE W/ (20) LIVE CARTRIDGES [$12.99 (mag) $9.20 (bullets)]

The Tennessee Star reached out to Nossi College of Art for clarification on whether they provided financial assistance or aided Hale in applying for federal aid or loans. However, the school did not respond to their inquiry. This lack of transparency only adds fuel to the fire and raises more questions about how colleges handle federal funds.

According to Nossi’s website, they offer various forms of financial aid including Federal Pell Grants, Direct Loan Programs, Social Security and VA programs, as well as state awards and loans. The maximum amount one can receive from a Pell grant can change from year to year depending on factors such as parental income and full-time enrollment status.

In an interview with police, Hale’s parents revealed that she began filling out her own FAFSA forms when she turned 25 in 2020. This would mean that she likely started attending Nossi College in 2018 and could have received multiple years’ worth of Pell grants until her graduation in 2022.

It was also discovered that Audrey had purchased a gun without her parents’ knowledge years earlier. While they believed she sold it at their request, it seems she may have kept it after all. This raises serious concerns about how easily federal funds can be misused without proper oversight.

The Pell grant program, which was authorized by the Higher Education Act of 1965, is meant to provide financial aid to undergraduate students. However, in 2021 alone, it provided a staggering $26 billion to over six million students. This makes it the largest source of federal grant aid for college students.

Audrey Hale’s case highlights the need for reform in how federal student aid programs are managed. We must hold colleges accountable for their use of taxpayer money and ensure that it is not being abused.

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