Media won’t investigate motives in Waukesha massacre — here’s why

Media won’t investigate motives in Waukesha massacre — here’s why. By Tucker Carlson.

Last Friday, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges against him in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Just two days later, a Black nationalist BLM supporter drove an SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin. It was a slaughter. Six people were killed, including three grandmothers and an eight-year-old boy. Forty-seven people were injured very badly, many of them children. …

Police say the man who did this is a career criminal called Darrell Brooks. As of tonight, Brooks has not publicly explained why he committed mass murder. Instead, the media and local authorities have decided to speak for him, and the main thing they want you to know is that these killings had absolutely nothing to do with the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict just two days before. Nothing whatsoever. The timing is just one of those amazing coincidences.

“There is no evidence that this is a terrorist incident,” announced Waukesha’s chief of police. But if indiscriminately murdering women and children at a Christmas parade isn’t terrorism, then what exactly is it?

Well, it’s a vehicular mishap. Here’s how Twitter’s in-house news team described it. “Five people dead and more than 40 injured after car drives through parade.” Car. It’s the fault of the red SUV. …

Eyewitnesses, many eyewitnesses described Brooks zigzagging down the street trying to murder as many innocent people as he could. These killings were absolutely intentional. And no, Brooks was not being chased by the police. …

Why did Darrell Brooks murder a bunch of whites?

The media don’t seem interested in finding out, not even a little bit. So they’ve decided to ignore the story completely. And they are. …

The more we learn about Darrell Brooks, the easier it is to understand why the media don’t want to talk about him. Brooks’s social media feeds are full of racist and Black nationalist propaganda. In one of his rap songs, he includes lines from Malcolm X justifying race-hate against Whites. He posted a picture of a fruit bowl arranged to display the letters BLM with a raised fist.

And not insignificantly, Brooks also criticized the jury’s verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case. On Facebook, One BLM activist was happy to connect the dots here. He describes Brooks’ mass murder, as retaliation for the Rittenhouse acquittal watch. …

That’s the obvious conclusion. Is it true? Again, we have not confirmed it, but we can be absolutely certain that the national media will spend zero time trying to find out. Why? Because they’re implicated.

News organizations spent more than a year telling us that a case that had precisely nothing to do with race was somehow a referendum on the civil rights of Black people and the rise of White supremacy. So if it turns out those lies, and they are lies, got six people murdered. They’ll probably be the last to tell us that.

The victims:

Rod Dreher:

In Waukesha, we have a suspect in custody who deliberately drove a speeding car through a Christmas parade. The suspect is black, and has a history of posting anti-white hatred on social media, and attacked a parade in a suburb that is 89 percent white, with a black population of only 3.5 percent.

We still don’t have a clear racist motive for the attack, but for pity’s sake, if you’re looking to see if a racist motive exists, the plain facts of this case give you a lot to work with. But our media? No. Looking the other way.

Why manage the news? I’m asking rhetorically, because I know perfectly well why they’re managing the news. It’s for the same reason that Catholic bishops covered up sex crimes by pedo priests: to control the narrative, avoid responsibility, and manage the anger of the rubes.

Our ancestors built civilization — for this?

UPDATE from the Babylon Bee: CNN Reports On ‘Deadly Boat Accident’ At Pearl Harbor.

CNN and other mainstream news outlets are reporting on a “tragic, completely accidental” boating accident at Pearl Harbor. As details still come in, CNN is urging people to not rush to judgment or assign blame until the story goes away in a few days. …

Independent journalists from the scene are sending messages that this was an intentional attack by the Empire of Japan that was designed to inflict as much destruction and casualty as possible. Such messages have been dismissed as unfounded and racist, and likely linked to recent increases in anti-Asian hate crimes. …

CNN then quickly transitioned to a news story about the latest Cary Grant movie.

hat-tip Stephen Neil