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Darrell Brooks

Darrell Edward Brooks Jr.

Darrell Edward Brooks, Jr. is an American Black nationalist terrorist and serial killer and the main suspect in the Waukesha Christmas parade massacre. He was arrested after ramming people celebrating in a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin with his car on November 21, 2021, killing 6 people and injuring at least 62 others.[1]. The terrorist attack took place two days after the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. He was released from jail twice on bail despite an active warrant in Nevada for making terroristic threats to a casino.[2] His online profiles show that he is an anti-Christian atheist, an Anti-Semitic and Anti-White racist,[3] Black supremacist, Black Lives Matter and Black Panther Party supporter, anti-police pedophile.[4] He was formerly charged for trafficking a 16-year-old girl.[5] BLM supporter and Waukesha police chief Daniel Thompson tried to hide the intentions of the perpetrator by claiming it was not a racially motivated terrorist attack despite the evidence[6].

According to the Marxist media and BLM-supporting police officials, Brooks was "fleeing a knife fight", although he was charged with intentional homicide by the Waukesha county district attorney for the mass murder of six people, including a child, and injury to 62 others. The fake news cover story by government officials repeated by the liberal media was found later to be entirely fabricated disinformation.

On Oct 20, 2015, the murderer posted about Malcolm X


While initially endorsing the jury verdict, at the same time refusing to walk back his false claim that Kyle Rittenhouse was a white supremacist, hours later, after consulting with White House advisors, Socialist premier Joe Biden issued a written statement claiming to be angry over the verdict of self-defense from violent convicted criminals who threaten and attempt murder:[7]

"the verdict in Kenosha will leave many Americans feeling angry and concerned, myself included....The White House and Federal authorities have been in contact with Governor Evers’s office to prepare for any outcome[8]

Wisconsin's Democrat Governor Tony Evers, who refused National Guard protection the night three white Black Lives Matter protestors attempted to kill Kyle Rittenhouse, likewise issued an inflammatory statement questioning the verdict:

"No verdict will be able to bring back the lives of Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum, or heal Gaige Grosskreutz’s injuries, just as no verdict can heal the wounds or trauma experienced by Jacob Blake and his family. No ruling today changes our reality in Wisconsin that we have work to do toward equity, accountability, and justice that communities across our state are demanding and deserve....I’ve seen the pain and the frustration of so many, and we must remain steadfast in our commitment to ending violence in our communities, supporting victims and survivors as they heal from trauma, and rooting out the disparities that are so often inextricably linked to that violence and trauma."[9]

An African American suspect, BLM supporter[10] and sex offender[11] with a long criminal history, Darrell Edward Brooks Jr., was incited to violence by false information emanating from Democrat elected officials and the liberal media in the immediate aftermath of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Rittenhouse was found not guilty in the deaths of two white felons that assaulted him and shooting of a third in the lawless Democrat stronghold city of Kenosha during a BLM riot. 24 hours after the verdict, Brooks drove his vehicle through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.[12] The same day CNN published a humiliating front page article under the title “There’s Nothing More Frightening Today Than an Angry White Man,” following Rittenhouse's acquittal.[13]Waukesha county is considered one of the deepest Red counties in the United States.[14]

In a Facebook page belonging to Brooks, he wrote about the three-week headline-grabbing Kyle Rittenhouse trial, which had taken place about an hour away from where he lived. His Facebook page was also filled with religious sayings. [15]

Brooks, who performed Rap music under the name "MathBoi Fly", shared songs about killing[16] on his YouTube channel and SoundCloud pages. One of his songs includes the lyrics: "They gonna need a cleaner for the s*** we did, all my killers Gacey where them bodies hid." Another song from his SoundCloud page says: "Sliding through the city with no safety on." Other lyrics include "f*** Donald Trump" and "f*** the pigs"[17].

In July, 2020, Darrell Brooks shot his nephew in a fight over a cell phone.[18]

Mass casualty attack

On November 21, 2021,[19] Darrel Brooks intentionally caused the deaths of six people, including 8-year-old Jackson Sparks,[20] despite Biden DOJ and liberal media efforts to tamp down the facts behind a racially motivated terror attack by an active Black Lives Matter supporter.[21] He was swerving the vehicle to hit as many people as possible.[22] Earlier, Brooks posted about the verdict of the trial.[16]

Unconfirmed social media reports also claimed that there were three suspects in total, according to the buzz on the local police scanner, who were responsible for the Christmas parade tragedy. Some reports claimed that while one of them was in custody, the other two were at large. One tweet read, "The suspects in Waukesha are three black males, one has been detained."[23] Another report said one office discharged his firearm as the vehicle drove toward the crowd.[24]

Most NSM avoided the term 'massacre.' Wikipedia users tried to change Waukesha 'parade car rampage' entry to 'parade incident.'[25]

Translation: "LEARNED AND TAUGHT BEHAVIOR! so when we start back knocking white people the f*** out, I don't want to hear it...the old white people, too. KNOCK THEM THE F*** OUT!! PERIOD


An eyewitness told The Federalist, “they ran out of ambulances so they were putting them in the back of squad cars.” There were civilians taking people to the hospital, he said, and “people carrying people down the street just to get to the cars” since the streets were blocked off.[26]

The victims who were killed in this attack include four women, ages from 51 to 79 years old who were members of the Dancing Grannies group, known for carrying pompoms and entertaining crowds with synchronized routines, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel with a senior man of 81 year old who was helping his wife in this group.[27] An 8-year-old boy succumbed to his injuries days later.[28] There was also 18 children injured from this attack.[29] All the victims were white. Brooks was charged with intentional homicide.[30]

Liberal response

Socialist premier Joe Biden did not condemn the attack, nor did he send condolences to victims. Kamala Harris, who raised bail funds for rioters, sent out her thoughts and prayers for the victims in a tweet. Many liberals sent out disparaging tweets making fun of victims, including social media director for the Democratic Party of suburban Chicago DuPage County, Mary Lemanski, calling the terror attack "karma".[31]

BLM activist Vaun L. Mayes at the scene of the Waukesha parade attack said, "the revolution has started," and the word on the street was that Darrell Brooks was motivated by the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.[32] Leftists on Twitter called the murders of children and old women "self-defense."[33]

Biden Justice Department

The Biden Justice Department moved quickly to take control of the propaganda apparatus and tamp down facts regarding the racially motivated domestic terror attack.[34] The U.S. Dept of Justice Community Relations Service (DOJ-CRS) oversee all U.S. criminal cases when race is identified as the underlying motive for an attack. The DOJ-CRS provided the template for a court order instructing the Waukesha judiciary how they must engage/control media access. The DOJ-CRS, aka ‘federal peacekeepers‘ is in control over the national fake news media narrative.[35] The original fake news narrative was that Brooks was fleeing a knife fight when he deliberately decided to murder 5 people.[36] Officials also refused to describe the terror attack as a terror attack.[37]

CNN and CBS dutifully complied with the Biden regime to whitewash the narrative, calling the racially motivated mass casualty terror attack a "crash", while NBC called it an "accident."[38]


James Norton, BLM pusher,[39] tried to mobilize a funding campaign for Brooks, but the GoFundMe page was immidediatly shut down. He claimed to know Brooks personally and even tried to switch things around and falsely play the race card, propagating that Brooks could become "another black man behind bars in a purely political and racist trial." [40] His words on the anti White racist[3] Brooks.


  2. Waukesha parade horror: Darrell Brooks freed on bail twice this year despite active warrant in Nevada
  3. 3.0 3.1 Lee Brown, "Darrell Brooks shared pro-Hitler memes, called for violence against white people," NYPost, Nov 24, 2021
  9. Rebecca Downs, " Did Gov. Tony Evers Come Up with the Worst Statement on the Rittenhouse Verdict?" Townhall, Nov 19, 2021
  10. K. Walker, BLM Supporter Plows Through Christmas Parade Killing 5 — Is That A ‘Hate Crime’?, CD, November 22, 2021
  11. Ed Pearce, Waukesha suspect, a registered sex offender in Nevada, KOLO, Nov 22, 2021
  14. Cohn, Nate. "The Curious Case of Milwaukee's Suburban Voters", May 6, 2014. 
  15. Barnini Chakraborty, Christmas parade massacre suspect ID'd as felon Darrell Brooks Jr. bailed two days earlier, Washington Examiner, Nov 22, 2021
  16. 16.0 16.1 Tariq Tahir, Lauren Fruen, TROUBLING PAST Darrell Brooks fled domestic dispute before Waukesha parade horror and was on bail for ‘running over mom of his baby’, The Sun, Nov 22, 2021.

    It was also reported that Brooks posted on social media after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of murder over the death of three people in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer.

    Rittenhouse broke down in tears on Friday, as he was cleared of five criminal charges after a dramatic trial.

    Brooks posted that he was "not surprised" by the outcome of the case though police have so far not said if the rampage had anything to do with the verdict.

    And the playlist on Brooks’ YouTube channel and SoundCloud page includes songs about killing.

    In one of his music videos the rapper uses an SUV that appears to the one that mowed down people in Waukesha.

    Cops opened fire Sunday after an SUV plowed through a barrier and sped off after the horror incident.

    Officers later swooped at an address in Milwaukee where the SUV was pictured.

    The front of the vehicle was crumpled right up to the windscreen with the bumper and license plate hanging off.

    In a video on his YouTube channel, the same car that plowed into the parade appears to be used.
  18. Martin Gould, Jennifer Smith, EXCLUSIVE: 'Family shouldn't hurt family.' Darrell Brooks' nephew begged a judge to order his uncle to stay away in a heartbreaking note after he SHOT him in a fight over a cell phone, Daily Mail, Nov 23, 2021.

    Darrell Brooks shot his nephew Anaji Brooks in a fight over an old cell phone in July 2020, can reveal 

    Anaji made a plea to a judge for a no contact order, seen in a heartfelt handwritten note obtained by

    Anaji said the incident had affected him 'more so emotionally than physically' 

    'It made me come to the conclusion that this man wasn't family or kin to me,' Anaji added. 'Family shouldn't hurt family the way he did' 

    Brooks' grandmother Dawn Woods also took out a similar order against him

    Anaji told he could not discuss his uncle's case 

    Darrell Brooks, 39, is charged with five murders after he allegedly plowed his red Ford SUV into the annual Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin has learned that he has a history of using his car as a weapon and  he tried to run the mother of one of his children down in Milwaukee.
  19. Mass Causality Event in Waukesha WI. Streamed live on Nov 21, 2021.
  20. Yasmin Tinwala, Who is Darrell Brooks' mother? 'Traumatized' mom called 911 seeing red SUV on news, Meaww, Nov 23, 2021
  22. Megan Sheets,Io Dodds,Stuti Mishra,Eleanor Sly,Graeme Massie,Charlene Rodrigues, Wisconsin parade news – latest: Darrell Brooks ‘wanted to hit as many people as possible’ in Waukesha attack, Independent (UK), Nov 24, 2021
  25. Andrew Mark Miller , Wikipedia users try to change Waukesha 'parade car rampage' entry to 'parade incident', Fox News, Nov 24, 2021.
    Several news outlets referred to the alleged massacre as a 'parade crash'
  27. Waukesha Christmas parade attack victims include members of ‘Dancing Grannies’
  29. Total of 18 children taken to Children’s Wisconsin after Waukesha parade crash, 10 in intensive care
  30. Emily Crane, Jorge Fitz-Gibbon, Suspect in Waukesha Christmas parade attack charged with intentional homicide, NY Post, Nov 22, 2021
  31. 'REAP WHAT YOU SOW' Illinois Democrat Mary Lemanski is slammed for calling Wisconsin parade attack ‘karma’ for Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal
  37. ws/uknews/wisconsin-parade-–-latest-darrell-brooks-charged-with-intentional-homicide-as-cops-rule-out-terror-attack/ar-AAR1a
  39. Darrell Brooks GoFundMe Page Yanked From Platform, Nov 25, 2021.
    According to screen captures, the fundraising effort setup on Brooks’ behalf, was posted by a person going by the name James Norton. The page insisted Brooks was a victim of a “racist” justice system and used hashtags including #RacismIsReal and #BLM.
  40. Jason Lemon, Fundraiser for Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Removed From GoFundMe Platform, Newsweek, Nov 25, 2021