If a white man with an extensive history of criminal violence, a literal rap sheet of racist invective, who was a supporter of a violent, extremist ideology, deliberately ran down a crowd of black people having a street party, killing dozens, how long do you think the media would wait to holler, “Terrorism!” and “White supremacy!”?

Wait — we know the answer to that, already. Within hours of a car driving through a crowd of BLM protesters in Virginia in 2017, media and politicians were calling it “terrorism”.

Flip the script, though, and they suddenly fall silent.

Police said a suspect in custody was being charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide, after he allegedly ploughed an SUV through a Christmas parade Sunday afternoon while fleeing the scene of a domestic disturbance.

This seems deliberately slanted to make it seem as if the suspect — whose racial identity isn’t disclosed, interestingly — drove through the crowd in a panic as he was pursued by police.

Except…

Mr Brooks wasn’t being chased by police when he broke through the barrier into the parade route, Chief Thompson said. An officer shot at the vehicle but had to stop firing so as not to endanger bystanders, he added. Mr Brooks continued driving despite the shots fired at him.

Chief Thompson declined to discuss Mr Brooks’s motive, saying he didn’t want to endanger the continuing investigation or prosecution […]

Footage taken from a building across on West Main Street shows the SUV slowing down as it approaches a group of marchers before accelerating through the group, running over several people.

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So, as the video and the charges show, the intent was deliberate. And the motive?

At least the police chief has an excuse to shy away from discussing the motive. The media, who didn’t hesitate to brand the Virginia killer driver a white supremacist, neo-Nazi and terrorist, have no such excuse for suddenly losing interest in the suspect or possible motives, in Wisconsin.

Because it’s not as if there’s any shortage of evidence in that regard. Not only was Brooks a career criminal with a serious felony history, including child sex offences perhaps most ominously, he was also recently arrested for running down his girlfriend with the same SUV he used to perpetrate the Wisconsin attack.

Darrell Brooks’ criminal record is extensive: He has two open felony cases in Milwaukee County from 2020 and 2021 and a lengthy string of criminal arrests across multiple counties and states. He also has a social media history with posts about BLM and against Scott Walker and other politicians. He also had anti-police rhetoric. This thread rounds up the posts, which are now deleted […]

On social media, he showed animus toward police and Republicans like Scott Walker and posted unhappiness about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and George Floyd death. He also quoted Malcolm X.

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The wannabe rapper also, according to journalist Andy Ngo, “support[s] BLM causes, George Floyd & black nationalism. He also has a post about how to get away with running people over on the street.” Other sources have unearthed social media posts by Brooks promoting violence against white people, as well as the extermination of Jews.

But worse than the media’s sudden reluctance to report on the background of a racially-motivated mass killer, is their literal whitewashing of the suspect.

In a blow to the media-left narrative of “white violence”, Darrell Brooks is noticeably black. So, what do the media do?

Brooks is a black racist, a Trump-hater, an anti-white radical […]

CNN posted his photo on their website following his arraignment.
They lightened his skin.

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He turned white faster than Michael Jackson. The BFD. Photoshop by Lushington Brady.

The whitewashed image is now being used extensively by other media.

They really think we’re not going to notice.

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Lushington D. Brady

Punk rock philosopher. Liberalist contrarian. Grumpy old bastard. I grew up in a generational-Labor-voting family. I kept the faith long after the political left had abandoned it. In the last decade...