The Daily Breakdown
In a rare joint statement, Wisconsin senators Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat, and Ron Johnson, a Republican, condemned those who were exploiting the recent Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy for political purposes.
The statement released by the ambiguously kind duo encouraged all to focus on “comfort and support to surviving family members.”
Darrell Brooks Jr. is the career criminal with a rap sheet longer than the Clinton body count list who purposely drove his car into a parade.
Even more disconcerting are Brooks’ feelings about white people, Jews, and cops. Multiple social media accounts show positive posts praising Hitler’s beliefs about Jews. Further investigation reveals that he compared police officers to the Ku Klux Klan, violent street gangs, and carried a great disdain for white people calling for violence against them. It was also made public under his rap pseudonym that he disagreed with the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.
Oddly, our esteemed Wisconsin senators do not want this information discussed, calling it political exploitation. But do you remember the reaction when Kyle Rittenhouse defended himself against violent BLM and ANTIFA rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin in August 2020? Almost immediately, the media condemned Rittenhouse for being a white supremacist. Most main stream media outlets still say that he is a violent white nationalist, painting him as a racist murderer.
Without evidence, Kyle Rittenhouse was smeared. Yet with ample evidence, the racist, anti-Semitic hate of Darrel Brookes is glaringly ignored because it doesn’t fit the woke-ist’s political agenda. See, If you’re white and commit a crime, you’re a #WhiteSupremacist. If you’re a #POC and commit a crime, you’re a victim of White Supremacy.
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