It has become a common theme that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is far more interested in pursuing political opponents than in preventing mass shootings in recent years.

In the wake of the tragic shooting at the Covenant school in Nashville, Tennessee, it has once again been revealed that there were warning signs indicating that 28-year-old female-to-male shooter Audrey Hale had violent intent and that the FBI did nothing to act on potential warning signs.

The warning signs included an alarming text threat that Hale sent to a friend before the shooting and artwork posted on her website that people believe was a valid cause for concern.

Still, the FBI has devoted a disproportionate amount of resources towards Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives and persecuting the Biden administration’s conservative political opponents.

Some FBI whistleblowers have indicated that the agency pulled them off assignments pertaining to important issues such as child exploitation to focus on right-wing extremism, according to statements provided to the House of Representatives.

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In the wake of the Nashville shooting and prior, the highly politicized FBI was taking a pledge to recruit more women “in an effort expected to advance diversity, strengthen partnerships, and enhance operational success.”

At 12:41 pm CT on Tuesday, the FBI’s official Twitter page shared this news. On February 27, the day that three young students and three teachers were murdered by a transgender who kept a manifesto and mapped out her plan in Nashville, TN, the FBI published their report about joining “a push to recruit more female sworn law enforcement officers and to empower them professionally.”

Less than one hour earlier, The Gateway Pundit reported that the school shooter, Audrey Hale, sent highly alarming text messages to her friend, outlining her plans for the day on Monday right before murdering innocent students and teachers.

Where was the FBI when these messages were sent? Were they too busy spying on peaceful conservatives and reading their messages?

In addition to the text messages and detailed manifesto that police say mapped out the shooting, Hale was posting concerning artwork on her website before the shooting.

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