Ramaswamy demands manifesto of Nashville trans shooter be released: ‘Speak the truth’

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy hasn’t forgotten the Covenant School shooting and wants the transgender shooter’s manifesto released to the public.

During a news conference with Candace Owens in Nashville, Ramaswamy called on the FBI, local police, and Governor Bill Lee to work together to make sure that the document would be shared publicly. He also pointed out that it was a “long-standing tradition” to release a mass shooter’s manifesto, as was done in the cases of the Buffalo, New York, Charleston, South Carolina and Monterey Park, California shooters.

In those cases, they were released within days of the heinous attacks, while the transgender Nashville shooter appears to be treated differently.

“The National Police Association has since sued city officials and county officials, demanding the [manifesto’s release],” Ramaswamy continued.

“Release the manifesto. Speak the truth. The hard times are the times where we must most openly speak that truth,” he demanded.

The entire press conference, appropriately titled “We Can Handle The Truth”, can be seen below:

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