Waukesha massacre suspect threatened elderly whites, posted directions for mowing people down

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(Natural News) The black supremacist charged with five murders in the Waukesha Christmas Parade Massacre didn’t just create demented rap videos about drugs, murder, and hating Donald Trump.

(Article by  republished from TheNewAmerican.com)

Darrell E. Brooks, Jr. also threatened elderly whites and warned that he might commit the crimes with which authorities have charged him.

That would mean Wisconsin authorities and the Biden Regime could charge the deranged sociopath with hate crimes and possibly violating the civil rights of the six people killed and 61 people injured. All those Brooks is charged with killing are white.

“Knock ’Dem TF Out”

Assembling the social media posts of Brooks suggests that he not only planned to mow down people in a vehicular rage, but also would target a certain group: whites.

In his Facebook posts, MathBoi Fly — Brooks’s online persona — “shared a series of links and memes relating to race and white privilege in June 2020, when protests erupted over the death of George Floyd,” the Daily Mail reported:

Five of the six victims — all white — who died on Sunday were aged 52 to 82 and part of a Waukesha club known as the Dancing Grannies.

In a post from June 9, 2020, Brooks wrote: “LEARNED ND TAUGHT BEHAVIOR!! so when we start bakk knokkin white people TF out ion wanna hear it…the old white ppl 2, KNOKK DEM TF OUT!! PERIOD..” followed by a middle finger and expletive emoji.

He also shared an article from ESPN that same day about NBA player Kyle Kuzma breaking down “his belief of what white privilege,” to which Brooks commented: “interesting.”

Brooks had also shared a post about a white cop being “violent towards peaceful protestors,” six days earlier.

MathBoi Fly

Also notable is the event Brooks attacked. For all his anti-Semitic and pro-Hitler rants, he plowed into a Christmas parade. And, it appears, he had at least been thinking of such an attack for some time.

In 2016, Andy Ngo reported, Brooks posted what he claimed were “cops instructions on how to kill black people,” which contained this advice:

Run them over. Keep traffic flowing and don’t slow down for any of these idiots who try and block the street. Here is the deal, you continue to drive and if you hit someone make sure you call 911 to report the accident and meet the cops a block or two away and you can justify stopping further away because you feared for your safety.


Bomb Threat

But those social media posts aren’t the only evidence available to prosecutors.

In 2007, he called in a bomb threat to a casino in Nevada, and tried to run a cop. As well, in early November, police allege in an open case, Brooks tried to run over his girlfriend in a parking lot. That was the case for which he was released on $1,000 bail.

Police told the Washington Post that Brooks was running from the scene of a knife fight where police had arrived.

That, of course, suggested that Brooks did not intentionally plow into the innocent Waukeshans. Instead, it suggested, he panicked and rammed them inadvertently. Brooks’s anti-white hatred so loudly proclaimed in his rap video and on social media, his posting instructions about running over people, along with his arrest on suspicion of doing so, suggests otherwise.

Police have said the massacre is not a “terrorist incident.” That would be news to the victims.

The question is whether state and federal authorities will charge Brooks with a hate crime given his vocal anti-white, black supremacist views. They could also charge Brooks with violating the civil rights of the parade-goers, who were participating in federally protected activities.

Read more at: TheNewAmerican.com

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