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Another “Trans,” Inspired by Nashville Attack, Planned to Attack School, Arrested and Then Released

by | Nov 28, 2023

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A “trans-identified male” who goes by the name Alexia Willie, whose real name is Jason Lee Willie, has been arrested and indicted on 14 felony counts. The charges stem from threats made by Willie to harm children in response to perceived transphobic bullying. These threats included shooting children in their schools and committing acts of violence in public restrooms. This case has garnered attention due to the nature of the threats and their motivation, namely targeting conservative Christians who refuse to cave to this ridiculous “transgender” movement.

Willie, who is 47 years old, was arrested in Perry County, Illinois. The FBI in the Springfield area intercepted the live-stream on social media where Willie expressed these threats, which led to the arrest on August 14. The seriousness of the threats was underscored by the would-be assailant’s claimed inspiration from the “transgender” Nashville Christian Covenant School mass shooter, Audrey Hale​​​​​​​​​​.

Now, Willie walks as a free man as the original charges of “interstate communication of a threat to injure” against him for the threats he made on social media have been dropped as, according to reports, the threats were too vague and non-specific. However, he is still being charged with resisting arrest but is currently not being held and he could continue to carry out his planned attack at any time.

Brent Leatherwood, the head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, who is also a father of several students in the Nashville school where the shooting took place, has spent the last several months desperately trying to hide the shooter’s motive from the public. However, the shooter’s manifesto was leaked and it became obvious that the motive was hatred against a traditional, Christian worldview. Yet, Leatherwood wanted to hide this from the public.

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Knowing that “transgender” people are already mentally and emotionally unstable, it would have been helpful to know that these people think of us this way, and it would be useful not only to the public but also to police, to be able to identify such potential threats by addressing the underlying cause.

According to reports, Perry County Sheriff Chad Howard and his deputies, along with officers from the nearby Washington County Police Department, responded to the threat by rushing to Willie’s home. During the arrest, Willie’s male partner cooperated fully with the police, but Willie resisted arrest and had to be tased by an officer to be taken into custody.

During the police interview, Willie made multiple references to the shooting at Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, and expressed that he was tired of being made fun of and bullied for being “transgender.” This was his alleged reason for making the threats, claiming he was speaking on behalf of all “trans-identified” people as a whole.

The schools in the area took precautionary measures in response to the threats. Because Willie was arrested hours before the schools opened the next day, no classes were canceled, but officers from Perry County were present at the Junior High and Elementary schools as a precaution. The only safe thing to do around these deranged people is to become firearm-trained in self-defense and to get your children out of these schools and homeschool them.

****UPDATE: Jason Lee Willie, also known as Alexia N. Willie, has now been indicted on multiple counts of interstate communication of a threat to injure, as per Title 18, United States Code, Section 875(c). These charges, filed in the Southern District of Illinois, allege that from March to August 2023, Willie transmitted various threats across state lines, specifically from Illinois to Virginia. The indictment details numerous instances where Willie is accused of making violent and explicit threats during video calls on online platforms. These threats include statements indicating intentions to harm children, engage in violence against specific racial groups, and carry out acts of terrorism in foreign nations.

The indictment highlights the escalation in the severity and specificity of the threats made by Willie. In various counts, he is accused of making alarming statements targeting school children, individuals of African descent, and even members of the Ugandan Parliament. The nature of these threats, which include explicit and violent language, underscores the gravity of the charges and the potential threat posed by Willie. This development marks a significant turn in the case, reflecting the serious approach taken by law enforcement and the judiciary in addressing such threats.

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