Last Updated on November 22, 2021
The rapper using the monicker “Mathboi Fly” who allegedly went on a murderous vehicular rampage during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin last night has been charged with five counts of intentional homicide, according to police. Black Lives Matter supporters on social media, including corporate jornalists, had previously claimed that Brooks was simply fleeing a knife fight and was not trying to hurt anyone.
Waukesha police chief Daniel Thompson revealed on Monday that Brooks had killed five people and injured 48 more, including multiple children. Thompson stated that Brooks has been charged with five counts of intentional homicide.
Darrell Brooks charged with 5 counts of intentional homicide for Waukesha massacre
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BLM supporters had insisted that Brooks was simply fleeing another crime scene, and did not have murderous intent.
BREAKING: CNN reports Waukesha driver who plowed into parade was fleeing another crime scene, not an act of terrorism or retaliation.
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Democrat President Joe Biden, who rushed to judgement to express his rage over the verdict reached in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial last week, has refused to publicly comment on the Black Lives Matter-supporting Brooks’ reported murderous rampage:
Democrat President Joe Biden has refused to express outrage or sadness or make any public remarks whatsoever regarding the vehicle rampage in Waukesha, Wisconsin last night that was allegedly carried by a BLM-supporting, black nationalist rapper called Mathboi Fly. Biden wasted no time announcing that he was “angry and concerned” over the verdict reached by the jury in kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial last week.
Despite the murderous rampage in Waukesha being the top trending news story in the country on Monday, and the reported political implications of the attack, Biden has refused to address the massacre on social or in person, choosing to tweet “The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will ensure no parent will have to sit in a fast food parking lot just so their child can access the internet to do their homework” instead on Monday.