Instagram removes alleged Nashville shooter manifesto, cites policy on "dangerous individuals and organizations": Louder with Crowder host Steven Crowder obtained several pages allegedly from the Nashville school shooter's manifesto and released images of the pages. Media Research Center's Jorge Bonilla posted a copy of one of the pages and said [translated from Spanish to English]: "So that you understand why the Nashville manifesto was suppressed: She was the living expression of the intersectional Marxism taught in our educational system. '...I want to kill all of you (white people), you bunch of fa**ots with your white privileges, go to hell f***ots.' Source: @louderwithcrowder. #nashvillemanifesto." Instagram removed the post, according to a screenshot shared by Bonilla. The screenshot provided explained that the post violated Instagram's "Community Guidelines on dangerous individuals and organizations." The alleged manifesto pages indicate that the shooting, perpetrated against a Christian school by a biological female who identified as a male, was likely motivated by race and/or class based ideology rather than gender related ideology.