The police in Waukesha claim that Darrell Brooks was not a radical and did not mean to attack the parade. They claim he was fleeing from a different crime. You could buy that lie if not for the fact that aerial photos show him moving back and forth or rather side to side and the fact that he never slowed down. Add to that the fact that the police and mainstream media lied about what was on his social media and their credibility is in doubt.
Here are some of his posts:
This is just an out-and-out lie. Here is where Black Friday actually started:
The first recorded use of the term “Black Friday” was applied not to post-Thanksgiving holiday shopping but to financial crisis: specifically, the crash of the U.S. gold market on September 24, 1869. Two notoriously ruthless Wall Street financiers, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk, worked together to buy up as much as they could of the nation’s gold, hoping to drive the price sky-high and sell it for astonishing profits. On that Friday in September, the conspiracy finally unraveled, sending the stock market into free-fall and bankrupting everyone from Wall Street barons to farmers.
At any rate, the police in Waukesha think you are extremely stupid and will buy anything they are selling. If you watch the videos, it is obvious that he was in attack mode. He hit as many people as he could and then tried to flee, leaving his SUV behind. The lamestream press has picked up on the stories about I’m fleeing a knife fight and they will continue that narrative to the bitter end, even if Brooks confesses, which I do not expect him to do.
This may not seem like a “radicalized” background to police authorities, but between the Illuminati symbols, anti-semitic Hitler-praising rants, and fantasies about enslaving white people, there is ample reason here to scrutinize the suspect’s motivation, even if ‘fleeing another crime.’
Most would say that a radical BLM supporter with a black supremacist worldview is relevant background, particularly given the suspect drove through a parade of white children.