Waukesha Christmas Parade killer Darrell Brooks with his Ford SUV in a video he published on YouTube in 2019.
On November 21, 2021, black supremacist Darrell Brooks intentionally sped his SUV through the crowd at the Waukesha Christmas parade. Brooks sped up his vehicle as he plowed through the parade killing 6 individuals and injuring more than 60 others.
Brooks should never have been out of jail in the first place, but thanks to felons-first Milwaukee DA John Chisholm, this violent felon was bailed out for just $1000.
The district attorney whose office let out Brooks on a $1,000 bond three weeks ago did so after Brooks ran over his girlfriend with the same vehicle he used to plow through the Waukesha parade.
District Attorney John Shisholm previously admitted he knew his lax bail policies would lead to killers murdering others, saying flippantly in a 2007 interview, ‘You bet, it’s guaranteed to happen.’
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The people of Milwaukee asked Democrat Governor Tony Evers to remove Chisholm after the event.
In his year-end interview, Governor Evers said the people of Wisconsin should “sit back and take a breath” over bail reform.Seriously?
Channel 3000 reported:
In a year-end interview with News 3 Now, Gov. Tony Evers said his office was reviewing a complaint for authenticity and would weigh whether to launch an investigation of Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisolm after the Waukesha holiday parade tragedy…
…Gov. Evers suggested he might support bail reform laws as well in the wake of the tragedy, but cautioned that any reform would need “every stakeholder” at the table.
“You hate to use tragedy like this to create an impetus to change,” he said. “But if everybody sits back and takes a breath…maybe there’s a way that people that have a violent past could have higher bail. I’m open to that.”
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Here is the video.