Last Updated on November 22, 2021
Democrat president Joe Biden finally addressed the mass murder in Waukesha, Wisconsin last, noting that “we don’t have all the facts and details yet.” Biden did not comment on the fact that police have identified the main suspect in the attack as Darrell Brooks, a rapper who expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement and other leftist racial causes.
“Before I began, I wanna comment on the uh, tragedy last night that occurred during the Holloway, the, the holiday parade in Wisconsin,” Biden said. “Well we don’t have all the facts and details yet, we know, um, that five families in Waukesha are facing fresh grief of a life without a loved one. At least 40 Americans are suffering from injuries, some of them in critical condition. An entire community is struggling, struggling to cope with a horrific act of violence.”
PRES. BIDEN: “Five families in Waukesha are facing fresh grief of a life without a loved one…An entire community is struggling, struggling to cope with a horrific act of violence…"My administration is monitoring the situation very closely."” pic.twitter.com/9oBC4SYm2p
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As National File previously reported, Biden was initially slow to comment on the Waukesha attack, after immediately rushing to offer his divisive opinions on the Kyle Rittenhouse 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.
Biden did appear in front of the media on Monday, but refused to address the Waukesha attack and hurried off of his fake White House set as elevator music blared.