Anti-White Extremist Darrell Brooks Found Guilty in Waukesha Christmas Parade MassacreChris Menahan
Oct. 26, 2022
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Darrell Brooks, the anti-white extremist who murdered six white people and injured dozens of others at a Christmas parade in Waukesha last year, was found guilty of six intentional first-degree homicide counts and a host of other charges on Wednesday.
From Fox News, "Darrell Brooks found guilty of first-degree intentional homicide in Waukesha Christmas parade massacre":
Darrell Brooks, the 40-year-old Milwaukee man accused of plowing a Ford Escape SUV through a Christmas parade in nearby Waukesha last year, has been found guilty of six intentional first-degree homicide counts and dozens of other charges — Wisconsin's equivalent of murder — in a trial over the deaths of six and injuries to dozens more.Brooks had a lengthy criminal record and never should have been let out of prison in the first place but fighting "systemic racism" takes precedence over public safety in the New America™.
The trial was a farcical display with Brooks being permitted to go on endless tirades and make a mockery of the court.
Apologists for the judge say she went out of her way to ensure a fair trial to lessen his chance of a successful appeal.
Jack Posobiec noted that no evidence came out in court that he was "speeding from a police chase" before the slaughter as the media claimed.
As I noted at the time, that narrative only came out after the FBI came on scene to help "investigate."
As a reminder, Brooks called himself a terrorist in his rap videos and made dozens of anti-white posts on social media but the Anti-Defamation League -- who works intimately with the FBI -- put out a statement claiming he was not a follower of any "extremist ideology."
"According to our experts, the suspect who drove into a Christmas parade in Waukesha. WI, killing 6 & injuring dozens more shared antisemitic content on social media in 2015, but he does not appear to actively subscribe to an extremist ideology," the Anti-Defamation League said last year.
You can share endless anti-white content on social media, threaten white people with violence and call yourself a "terrorist" in your own music videos before running down nearly 70 of them but as long as you're not "antisemitic" the ADL will not label you an "extremist."
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