Nov 22, 2021 – for Fox News Covered by: Fox News, Greg Norman, David Aaro and Michael Ruiz
My cmnt: I’ve been practicing on how to cover the news of the day the same way the democrat-media complex does. So here goes:
My cmnt: This is clearly a hate crime. The weapon of choice among people of color is often an SUV. The White House has already declared Mr. (assuming they identify as cisgendered) Brooks guilty even though he looks like he could be Barack’s son, Tayvon Martin. If this goes to trial, and Biden and AOC see no reason for it, the jury must come back with a guilty verdict or democrats need to go into the ghettos of their cities and loot and burn and attack innocent bystanders. One BLM seasoned looter responded, ‘But how will anyone know anything different is going on?’ A BLM spokes-they said not to worry Hollywood elites will post bail should anyone actually be arrested. Biden further read, in a statement prepared by his handlers, “This act of domestic terrorism by a black supremacist is another reason we need to go to all-electric vehicles. Without gas-powered engines an electric SUV could never plow through a crowd, it would probably run out of juice before it even got there.” This reporter nodded approvingly as Mr. Biden was carried away from the podium already fast asleep as his staff has put a lid on it for any further comments from the president after 9 a.m. The mayor of Waukesha noted, “Thank goodness it was not a white person driving the SUV or Waukesha would already be in flames and CNN would be reporting that most of the victims of the SUV attack were people of color.”
The man being questioned after a red SUV plowed through Waukesha’s Christmas parade, killing at least five people and injuring dozens, has been identified as Darrell E. Brooks Jr., a Milwaukee man with a criminal history dating back to 1999 that includes numerous violent felonies.
Multiple senior law enforcement sources told Fox News that the 39-year-old longtime felon was being questioned in connection with the attack.
Police said early Monday that a red SUV plowed into pedestrians Sunday evening, killing five and injuring at least 40 more. Some of the victims were children.
He has a long rap sheet and a number of pending cases. Brooks’ most recent court appearance came on Nov. 5 for charges including reckless endangerment, battery, domestic abuse, resisting arrest and bail jumping. He was out on $1,000 bail for those charges at the time of the attack.
Jodi Singsime, a witness to the parade disaster, told ‘Fox & Friends’ on Monday that the driver of the vehicle “just came barreling right in front of us, right where we were standing. And then he kept going so we saw and heard everything.”
Singsime, a nurse, says she then spotted “a little boy on the ground” who was “turning purple.”
“He had a pulse, I felt his neck. There was another nurse there with me and we were talking about doing rescue breathing — then at that moment we heard somebody say the medics are here. I got up and again someone came running past us and said ‘active shooter’ — I think we heard it three different times so everybody cleared the streets and ran back into the shops and hunkered down in the shops again,” she continued.
“When we came back out the final time, the streets — there was just debris everywhere and it was pretty cleared up, people were being sent home,” Singsime added.
According to the reporting of Fox News’ David Spunt, local police received a report about a fight in a local park near the crash scene.
Once they arrived, they found no fight but they saw a red SUV speeding off, and Darrell Brooks was later spotted in an SUV that matched the one leaving the park, Spunt reports.
The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, which describes itself on its Facebook page as “group of grannies that meet once a week to practice routines for summer and winter parades,” says its members are among the five dead and more than 40 injured in the Waukesha Christmas parade incident.
“Our group was doing what they loved, performing in front of crowds in a parade putting smiles on faces of all ages, filling them with joy and happiness,” it said in a statement. “While performing the grannies enjoyed hearing the crowds cheers and applause which certainly brought smiles to their faces and warmed their hearts.”
“Those who died were extremely passionate Grannies,” the group also said, adding that “our hearts are heavy at this most difficult time, as more information and updates become available it will be posted.”
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has “ordered the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff on Mon., Nov. 22, 2021, as a mark of respect for the victims of the tragedy at the 2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade,” his office says in a statement.
The declaration comes after Evers released a message saying he, and his wife Kathy, are “praying for Waukesha tonight and all the kids, families, and community members affected by this senseless act.
“I’m grateful for the first responders and folks who acted quickly to help, and we are in contact with local partners as we await more information,” Evers also said.