Waukesha suspect and wannabe rapper Darrell Brooks reportedly called for violence against white people
Darrell Brooks, the ex-convict wannabe rapper charged with the murders of at least five people in connection with the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade massacre reportedly shared social media posts calling for violence against white people.
What are the details?
In since-deleted social media posts obtained by the Daily Mail, Brooks reportedly shared a series of memes and messages across social media including anti-cop posts, pro-Hitler sentiments, and calls for violence against white people.
In one social media post purportedly shared following the George Floyd protests, Brooks allegedly wrote, “LEARNED ND TAUGHT BEHAVIOR!! So when we start bakk knokkin white people TF out ion wanna hear it … the old white ppl 2, KNOKK DEM TF OUT!! PERIOD.”
In other social media posts, Brooks reportedly castigated police officers and compared them to the Ku Klux Klan and “violent street gangs.”
The report added that Brooks also shared anti-Semitic sentiments via a meme that appeared to sympathize with the Black Hebrew Israelite movement.
According to reporting in the Sun, Brooks’ “rap” songs boasted about being a “terrorist” and a “killer in the city.” Brooks shared a variety of his work on Soundcloud, which featured songs with lyrics such as “hope you right with God ’cause casket with you headed for.” He also penned at least one derogatory song about former President Donald Trump in which he declared “f*** the pigs.”
In another song, Brooks blasted the American justice system and claimed that black people “really built this nation after you stole it from the natives.”
Brooks faces at least five charges of first-degree intentional homicide. Authorities are expected to announce a sixth charge in connection with the recent death of an 8-year-old child who was mowed down in the Sunday melee that injured dozens more.
Each murder count carries a possible sentence of life without parole.
Brooks is being held on $5 million bail.
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