Christmas Parade Massacre Suspect’s Dark Past Emerges, Expressed Hatred of Trump, Was Mad at Rittenhouse Verdict

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The liberal media has been unusually quiet about the Christmas parade massacre suspect and possible motivations behind the attack.

Just days after the not-guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, a suspect identified as Darrell E. Brooks allegedly drove his SUV through a crowd at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

The attack killed five people, some of whom were children. More than 40 people were injured.

This occurred only 23 miles from Kenosha, Wisconsin where Rittenhouse acted in self-defense and killed two people who participated in a violent “Black Lives Matter” riot a year ago. A jury found Rittenhouse not guilty.

As of now, there is no evidence or indication that any of the suspect’s political views or frustration over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict had anything to do with the deadly attack.

Nonetheless, we are beginning to learn more about the suspect who is accused of carrying out the horrific attack.

Brooks is a convicted felon with a long criminal history. He has been vocal about his support for “Black Lives Matter” and heavily critical of President Donald Trump, even rapping “f*** Donald Trump” in a recorded song.

The suspect is a rapper who goes by stage name “MathBoi Fly.” In one song, he curses at Trump that is available on SoundCloud.

In another social media post, Brooks appears to show support for “Black Lives Matter” by posting images of the group’s “BLM” letters along with a fist raised.

Brooks expressed frustrations over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict in a Facebook post, according to

Someone commented on the post, saying of the verdict “doesn’t surprise me, what a joke.”

Brooks responded by saying “frfr [for real, for real]… but u rite [right],I wasn’t surprised 1 [one] bit.”

In another social media post, Brooks quotes black nationalist rhetoric forwarded by Malcolm X.

“Help African in its struggle to free itself from Western domination. No matter where the black man is, he will never be respected until Africa is a world power,” the quote read.

Brooks has allegedly posted anti-Semitic views commonly found in black nationalist movements, according to journalist Andy Ngo.

The anti-Semitic title of the post reads “HITLER KNEW WHO THE REAL JEWS WERE!”

“The white Jews know that the negros are the real children of Israel,” the post quotes Adolf Hitler as saying.