There’s a reason the Waukesha massacre has faded from the national media.
There’s a reason why MSNBC and CNN and CBS refer to it simply as the “parade crash” and quickly move on to other news.
One reason is that President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris charged the violent, racist, pro-BLM-career criminal with murder for deliberately driving their SUVs to a Christmas parade in the mostly white Wisconsin city of Waukesha on Sunday, killing six innocent people. In which an 8-year-old boy was also involved, and 62 others were injured.
There’s a reason the media is curious about suspect Darrell Brooks’ hate-filled, anti-white social-media posts.
Waukesha is of no interest to these people, not just because the story doesn’t serve their political purposes, as did the Kyle Rittenhouse case when they wanted to portray Donald Trump as a white supremacist.
No, they’re suppressing Waukesha’s story because it threatens the core of the progressive revolution that’s beset the country: the criminal-justice “reform.”
If Milwaukee had not been kidnapped by progressive prosecutors, six people would still be alive.
It was called the “Milwaukee Experiment” in an emphatic article by Jeffrey Tobin in the New Yorker in 2015, praising Democratic DA John Chisholm of Milwaukee.
Elected in 2006, Chisholm is a leading light of the progressive prosecutor movement.
His office released Brooks on $1,000 bail on November 16 after he allegedly punched his girlfriend in the face and intentionally ran over her with the SUV allegedly used in Sunday’s attack. Brooks’ criminal record is over 50 pages long.
Chisholm is now disappointed on the low bail, but it was part of his plan.
He knows when you let violent, recurring criminals out of jail, if you incapacitate the police and take away their powers, if you break down the hostile system, turn prosecutors into social workers, And what happens if the prisons are closed?
Everybody knows. Crime and violence skyrocket, along with mental illness and homelessness. There is nothing merciful or justified about progressive criminal-justice reforms. They oppress the weakest and most vulnerable, the elderly, the weak and women and children.
Yes, Chisholm knew and didn’t care.
“Is there going to be someone I divert, or do I put in [a] treatment program, who’s going to go out and kill somebody?” he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2007. “You bet. Guarantee. It’s bound to happen.”
Chisholm was not chosen as a progressive, but his priority immediately became to end “racial inequality”.
He didn’t care if more black people were committing crimes. It was all about the result.
Today, he claims he has almost achieved his goal of eliminating racial inequality in prisons: “There is almost no inequality in some areas,” he told a panel on March 11, when he spoke to the infamous San Francisco D.A. Chesa was talking about “progressive” with Boudin. Prosecutor’s Movement. ,
Chisholm claimed that he had “revolutionized the role of the prosecutor from being a one-line prosecutor who takes moments frozen in time and reviews . . . and actually takes the prosecutor out of court and into the community and Give them a broad mandate to help solve problems.”
It’s really very empowering to allow these quasi-social workers to be “community prosecutors . . . prosecutors to do things other than just prosecute . . . we all have to move away from that.” [have] has been driven into the adversarial system.”
He says the only obstacle facing him now is the “fear” of crime in the community, which prompts state legislators to enact “bad laws”. With 191 homicides last year in Milwaukee alone, “it’s really hard to argue.”
“We are in our country at a time when violence is taking a toll on our sense of security. . . . people don’t think they are safe.”
I wonder why that is.
Boudin told the panel that mere “being a progressive prosecutor was no longer enough.”
“My friend,” said 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 Americans want. But it is a matter of faith for the progressives.
You just had to watch Representative Rashida Tlaib try to justify her prison-elimination bill in an interview with Axios’ Jonathan Swann, to see that the policy is so absurd that she has no way of justifying it. . Although her bill would explicitly release everyone from prison, she simply denied that it meant that child molesters and violent rapists would roam the streets.
Progressives pretend that everyone in prison is only there to smoke, while showing blatant disregard for victims of crime.
If you were under any illusions that all this is not an ideological strategy to destroy law and order, take a look at Boudin’s revolutionary lineage.
He is the son of Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, Marxist militant members of the Weather Underground who were jailed in Rockland County for the murder of two police officers and a security guard during Brink’s robbery in 1981. Boudin was 14 months old at the time and was brought in by Barack Obama’s radical mentor and Weather Underground luminary Bill Ayers.
Last year, Boudin successfully lobbied the then government. Andrew Cuomo was released this month to commute his father’s 75-year sentence, and Gilbert was released this month. Her mother was released in 2003 and was immediately honored as an adjunct professor at Columbia University, where she works on — you guessed it — ending “gang incarceration” and reforming the criminal-justice system. Change. These people are embedded in the establishment.
Guess what else domestic terrorists affiliated with the Weather Underground did on November 7, 1983? They bombed the Capitol in Washington, DC, blew a hole in a wall and shattered windows, chandeliers, and furniture. Yet President Biden tells us that the worst attack on democracy this year was the Capitol riot on January 6.
Susan Rosenberg, one of the convicted conspirators for the 1983 Capitol bombings, was sentenced to 58 years by President Bill Clinton in 2001.
What did he do then? He was instrumental in fundraising and founding 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 reform is not about equal justice. Progressives are viciously punitive when it comes to Trump supporters, such as Kyle Rittenhouse or the January 6 defendants still in pre-trial custody in a D.C. prison.
They are weaponizing the criminal-justice system to terrorize and wreak havoc on their ideological opponents.
This is a revolution, and we will all be victims of it unless we wake up.