Narrative established in early hours after tragedy falls apart.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
Media assertions in the immediate aftermath of the massacre in Waukesha that the killer did not deliberately drive into his victims because he was being ‘pursued by police’ have been proven completely untrue.
In the early hours after the horror unfolded, the corporate press settled on the narrative that culprit Darrell Edward Brooks Jr was ‘fleeing the scene of a crime
after being involved in a ‘knife fight’.
BREAKING: CNN reports Waukesha driver who plowed into parade was fleeing another crime scene, not an act of terrorism or retaliation.— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) November 22, 2021
This served to diminish Brooks’ responsibility for carrying out the massacre and eliminate any possibility that it was motivated by his now-proven hatred for white people and support for Black Lives Matter.
How convenient, except that as predicted, it turned out to be false.
As the Associated Press later reported, based on statements by law enforcement, the killer “was not being chased by police at the time of the crash.”
Nearly every corporate media ran with the false claim that the Wisconsin massacre driver had been in a knife fight and was fleeing police. This, as the Chief said today in a press conference, was disinformation.— Cernovich (@Cernovich) November 23, 2021
Here is WaPo lying. They all lie. All they do is lie. https://t.co/L6jTCmN6sX pic.twitter.com/gQdeJpFh4O
This means that Brooks deliberately rammed into dozens of victims, having decided to take the parade route when he could have turned down a number of less busy roads instead.
He could have turned onto any other street pic.twitter.com/ZGslw8CnqH— Jack Posobiec ✝️ (@JackPosobiec) November 22, 2021
That’s why he was subsequently hit with five charges of intentional homicide, with more charges possible.
“Police say the Waukesha killer was not running from cops when he plowed into the parade,” tweeted Matt Walsh. “Yet they’re sure it wasn’t a terror attack. So he intentionally ran down 50 people but we know within 12 hours that he had no political or racial motive? Bullshit.”
Police say the Waukesha killer was not running from cops when he plowed into the parade. Yet they’re sure it wasn’t a terror attack. So he intentionally ran down 50 people but we know within 12 hours that he had no political or racial motive? Bullshit— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) November 22, 2021
Eyewitnesses also stated that Brooks deliberately swerved into people when he could have avoided them.
What are we to make of this? pic.twitter.com/L4QwdL87ll— Jack Posobiec ✝️ (@JackPosobiec) November 22, 2021
The official narrative still makes zero sense. If Brooks wasn’t fleeing the scene of a crime, why did he deliberately drive into dozens of people?
So now the official line from the pro-BLM police chief is that Brooks intentionally murdered the people he rammed, was not fleeing police, but there's still "no indication" it's terrorism despite his background promoting violence against white people? https://t.co/0jkXOnZPzR— Keith Woods ☘️ (@KeithWoodsYT) November 22, 2021
Observers noted the different treatment the case has received compared the Kyle Rittenhouse legally defending himself from a violent mob.
When a white teen defends himself from pedophiles vs a black sex offender kills 5 and injures 40 by driving SUV into a Christmas parade: pic.twitter.com/BgmcPeS3jN— Kangmin Lee 🇰🇷✝️🇺🇸 (@thekangminlee) November 22, 2021
The New York Times buried its reporting of the massacre of page 22, which would not have occurred had the driver been a white supremacist (Brooks was clearly a black supremacist).
One wonders if a white supremacist (whether deliberately or not) had ploughed into a BLM parade that the New York Times would put the report on page 22. pic.twitter.com/R9k2Sb3I68— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 22, 2021
Wikipedia is also involved in massaging the narrative.
Wikipedia has changed the name of yesterday’s terrorist attack from the “2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade Attack” to the “2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade Car Crash”.— Not Pax (@CathAnimeAvi) November 22, 2021
Wikipedia covers for terrorism. pic.twitter.com/ZL2VvrmHdl
Now watch the story completely disappear from the headlines, as what would be the culprit’s clear motive – anti-white hatred whipped up by media hysteria and biased coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial – vanishes into the ether.