The common thread in Waukesha Christmas parade massacre and Kenosha is the failure of Wisconsin government

If the reporting is true regarding the Waukesha Christmas parade massacre the only connection that I can see between that incident and the Kyle Rittenhouse case is the total failure of Wisconsin government to do it’s job. If authorities had done their job the town of Kenosha wouldn’t have experienced the looting and destruction that brought Rittenhouse there and if they had done their job the alleged killer in Waukesha, Darrell Brooks Jr., would still be behind bars.

Brooks was released from jail on a $1,000 bond some time between November 11th and November 19th, 2021. Why the bail was so low for someone who was previously charged with jumping bail on November 5th is beyond explanation. If this man is guilty of perpetrating this massacre of unsuspecting parade participants then those people who died were indirectly killed by the government of Wisconsin. The same can be said of the people that were killed by Rittenhouse in self-defense.

The ‘person of interest’ in Sunday’s SUV attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin is Darrell Brooks, a 39-year-old amateur rapper from Milwaukee who was bailed out of jail days before allegedly plowing through crowds at a Christmas parade, killing five people and injuring dozens more.  

Brooks was detained after a red SUV ploughed into the annual Christmas parade in the town of Waukesha, leaving at least five people dead and 40 injured – including at least 12 children on Sunday night. 

It’s unclear what time he was arrested. At 7.15pm, nearly three hours after the parade massacre, an alert went out to residents telling them to shelter in place. 

His red SUV was found on West College Avenue, some five blocks from where the parade was taking place, and he was taken into custody nearby.

The victims have not yet been identified but children are among those in the hospital, including one girl who is fighting for her life. 

On November 5, Brooks was charged with felony bail jumping, recklessly endangering safety, battery, disorderly conduct and resisting an officer, three days earlier on November 2. He was ordered to not have any contact with a female victim. 

Despite one of his offenses being felony bail jumping, the judge set a $1,000 bond, which he paid on November 11.

His case was updated on November 19 to say he’d been released. 

Pictured: Driver of SUV that plowed through crowds at Waukesha Christmas parade | Daily Mail Online