Liberal media ignore horror of Waukesha Christmas parade: Devine
There is a reason the Waukesha Massacre has disappeared from the national media.
There’s a reason MSNBC, CNN, and CBS simply call it a “parade crash” and quickly move on to other news.
There’s a reason President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris did not prejudge the violent, racist, and BLM-backed career criminal charged with murder for deliberately driving his SUV to a Christmas parade in the predominantly white town of Waukesha, Wisconsin on Sunday, killing six innocent people. , including an 8-year-old boy, and injuring 62 others.
There’s a reason the media isn’t curious about the hateful, anti-white social media posts of suspect Darrell Brooks.
Waukesha doesn’t interest these people, not just because the story doesn’t serve their political purposes, as the Kyle Rittenhouse affair did when they wanted to portray Donald Trump as a white supremacist.
No, they are burying Waukesha’s story because it threatens the very heart of the progressive revolution that is shaking the country: the “reform” of the criminal justice system.
Six people would still be alive if Milwaukee hadn’t been hijacked by progressive prosecutors.
âThe Milwaukee Experiment,â he was called in a gushing article by Jeffrey Toobin in the New Yorker in 2015, praising Milwaukee Democratic DA John Chisholm.
Elected in 2006, Chisholm is a leading figure in the progressive movement of prosecutors.
His office released Brooks on $ 1,000 bail on Nov. 16, after he allegedly punched his girlfriend in the face and purposely ran her over with the SUV he allegedly used in Sunday’s attack. Brooks’ criminal record is over 50 pages long.
Chisholm pretends to be dismayed at the low bond now, but it was part of his plan.
He knows what happens when you let violent and repeat offenders out of jail, cripple the police and rob them of their powers, break the adversarial system, turn prosecutors into social workers, and close prisons.
Everyone knows. Crime and violence are skyrocketing, along with mental illness and homelessness. There is nothing compassionate or fair about progressive criminal justice reforms. They tyrannize over the weakest and most vulnerable, the elderly, the infirm, women and children.
Yes, Chisholm knew that and he didn’t care.
“Will there be an individual that I will hijack or that I will put in [a] treatment program, who is going to come out and kill someone? “He told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2007.” You bet. Guaranteed. It’s guaranteed to happen.
Chisholm was not elected as a progressive, but his priority immediately became the elimination of “racial disparity”.
He didn’t care if more black people were committing crimes. It all depended on the outcome.
Today, he boasts of having almost achieved his goal of eliminating racial disparities in prisons: “In some areas there is almost no disparity,” he told a panel on March 11, when he appeared with the infamous San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin speaking about the “Prosecutors Movement.”
Chisholm boasted of having revolutionized the role of the prosecutor “to be a line prosecutor who takes and examines frozen moments in time.” . . and actually take the prosecutor out of the courthouse and integrate him directly into the community and give him a broad mandate to help resolve issues. “
He describes these quasi-social workers as âcommunity prosecutorsâ. . . Allowing prosecutors to do more than prosecute is actually very empowering. . . We must get away from what we all have [have] been brainwashed into the adversarial system.
The only obstacle he says he faces now is the “fear” of crime in the community, which pushes state lawmakers to pass “bad law.” With 191 homicides last year in Milwaukee alone, “it’s really hard to argue.”
âWe are at a time in our country where violence is simply invading the meaning of our security perspective. . . People don’t feel safe.
I wonder why.
Boudin told the panel that being a “progressive prosecutor is no longer enough”.
He said “my friend,” former Queens DA candidate Tiffany Caban, “said it best. It’s not about being progressive or conservative. It’s about being” decarceral. ” . “
It means abolishing prisons.
This is not what the Americans want. But it is an article of faith for progressives.
You only have to watch Rep. Rashida Tlaib try to justify her prison abolition bill in an interview this week with Jonathan Swan of Axios to see that the policy is so absurd it doesn’t have to be. no way to justify it. Although her bill explicitly frees everyone from jail, she simply denied that it means child molesters and violent rapists will roam the streets.
Progressives claim that everyone in prison is just there to smoke weed, while showing utter disregard for victims of crime.
In case you have the illusion that this is not all an ideological strategy to destroy law and order, take a look at Boudin’s revolutionary pedigree.
He is the son of Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, Marxist terrorist members of the Weather Underground, who were jailed for the murders of two police officers and a security guard in the Brink’s heist in 1981 in Rockland County. Boudin was 14 months old at the time and was brought up by Bill Ayers, Barack Obama’s radical mentor and Weather Underground luminary.
Last year, Boudin succeeded in putting pressure on the government of the day. Andrew Cuomo to commute his father’s 75-year sentence to life in prison and Gilbert was released this month. Her mother was released in 2003 and immediately was given an honorary post of Assistant Professor at Columbia University where she works – you guessed it – on dismantling “mass incarceration” and transforming. of the criminal justice system. These people are rooted in the establishment.
Guess what the National Terrorists affiliated with the Weather Underground did on November 7, 1983? They bombed the Capitol in Washington, DC, knocking a hole in a wall and spraying windows, chandeliers, and furniture. Yet President Biden tells us that the worst attack on democracy was the riot on the Capitol on January 6 of this year.
One of the conspirators convicted in the 1983 Capitol bombing, Susan Rosenberg, had her 58-year sentence commuted by President Bill Clinton in 2001.
What did she do then? She was instrumental in founding and fundraising for Black Lives Matter, a self-proclaimed Marxist organization that advocates for the abolition of the nuclear family.
So we come full circle.
Progressive criminal justice reforms are not about equal justice. When it comes to Trump supporters, such as Kyle Rittenhouse or the January 6 defendants still on remand in a Washington jail, progressives are viciously punitive.
They are militarizing the criminal justice system to terrorize their ideological opponents and wreak havoc.
It is a revolution, and we will all be its victims if we do not wake up.