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CNN: Who ran down those people in the parade in Wisconsin?
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RichA
2021-11-22 04:01:51 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?

https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Norman Nescio
2021-11-22 04:59:51 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
the most likely answer is those who have been agitating and demagoguing
during the trial, including resident badfinger.
trotsky
2021-11-22 11:40:36 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Yes, when murderers walk free it tends to piss people off. It doesn't
become a masturbatory fantasy as it does with you. Hope this helps.
trotsky
2021-11-23 06:50:31 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Yes, when murderers walk free it tends to piss people off. It doesn't
become a masturbatory fantasy as it does with you. Hope this helps.
Comparing that 80 IQ thug with Rittenhouse? You must be as mentally-retarded as HE is.
Yep, you're a vegetable alright. Thanks for playing!
BTR1701
2021-11-22 21:33:54 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail du
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over hi
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtim
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
RichA
2021-11-22 21:38:12 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
They should put the parole board in jail with him. F------- progressives.
trotsky
2021-11-23 06:51:17 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
They should put the parole board in jail with him. F------- progressives.
LOL.
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2021-11-22 22:03:58 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
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Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-23 00:23:32 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?

The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.

This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html

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2021-11-23 00:34:02 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
Mr Brooks is prolific on social media and is known to rap under the name of MathBoi Fly. A vehicle similar to the one involved in the Waukesha attack is visible in “Half a Tikket”, one of his music videos on YouTube.


Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-23 03:31:15 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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More coverage

https://chicago.suntimes.com/2021/11/22/22797371/tweet-waukesha-parade-tragedy-dupage-democrat-social-media-lemanski-rittenhouse-mejia-beal-wisconsin

https://www.foxnews.com/us/illinois-democrat-waukesha-tragedy-rittenhouse-mocking-twitter-self-defense
RichA
2021-11-23 05:22:23 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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More coverage
https://chicago.suntimes.com/2021/11/22/22797371/tweet-waukesha-parade-tragedy-dupage-democrat-social-media-lemanski-rittenhouse-mejia-beal-wisconsin
https://www.foxnews.com/us/illinois-democrat-waukesha-tragedy-rittenhouse-mocking-twitter-self-defense
I just hope he fails in whatever "diminished capacity" defense he works up. The guy in Toronto was a near looney (he killed more people) but he still got a life-term in prison.
BTR1701
2021-11-23 05:50:56 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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Now the usual suspects are claiming that showing the killer's mugshot on TV i
racist.
trotsky
2021-11-23 06:39:13 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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Now the usual suspects are claiming that showing the killer's mugshot on TV is
racist.
Who the fuck are "the usual suspects?" Besides being one of the many
brilliant lines from Casablanca, I mean.
Ubiquitous
2021-11-23 12:33:36 UTC
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Now the usual suspects are claiming that showing the killer's mugshot
on TV is racist.
That reminds me of something... wasn't there an incident where they
photoshopped a minority's mugshot?

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BTR1701
2021-11-23 16:18:50 UTC
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Now the usual suspects are claiming that showing the killer's mugshot
on TV is racist.
That reminds me of something... wasn't there an incident where they
photoshopped a minority's mugshot?
Time Magazine was accused of manipulating OJ's mugshot to make his skin
darker.
BTR1701
2021-11-23 07:45:33 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)

So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as bi
of a media event as Charlottesville?

Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
trotsky
2021-11-23 10:39:18 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
The Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, fired its social media
director for tweeting comments expressing a sentiment similar to Rich's,
plus she stated this was karma.
This is a different county in Wisconsin than Kenosha, for those
incapable of looking at a map, and no, that's not karma.
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-dupage-county-democrat-mary-lemanski-twitter-waukesha-20211122-4msgxxirpnb27blxuycxzxyfny-story.html
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Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal.
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as big
of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
PROVE IT YOU MOTHERFUCKING LIAR.
Ubiquitous
2021-11-23 12:35:21 UTC
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Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal.
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as big
of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia

Am I conflating the Rittenhouse case, but didn't this guy turn out to be a
baby rapist?

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A Friend
2021-11-23 12:48:26 UTC
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Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal.
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as big
of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
moviePig
2021-11-23 16:03:28 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal.
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as big
of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Yeah, but none involving Colin Kaepernick, I bet...
Ubiquitous
2021-11-23 20:06:47 UTC
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Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as a criminal.
(But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't this as big
of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?

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Let's go Brandon!
BTR1701
2021-11-23 23:05:59 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by BTR1701
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as
a criminal. (But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
Post by BTR1701
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't
this as big of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?
Which way do you want it? The Waukesha thing got too much coverage, or
not enough?
You say there was a downhold on Waukesha, that it wasn't "as big of a
media event" as Charlottesville. All of that is just plain wrong, and
I'm calling bullshit. The record speaks for itself.
The media *still* to this day goes on and on about Charlottesville. Let's se
how much they're focused on Waukesha in two years...
moviePig
2021-11-23 23:17:02 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by BTR1701
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as
a criminal. (But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
Post by BTR1701
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't
this as big of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?
Which way do you want it? The Waukesha thing got too much coverage, or
not enough?
You say there was a downhold on Waukesha, that it wasn't "as big of a
media event" as Charlottesville. All of that is just plain wrong, and
I'm calling bullshit. The record speaks for itself.
The media *still* to this day goes on and on about Charlottesville. Let's see
how much they're focused on Waukesha in two years...
Everybody knows who killed Lincoln. McKinley, not so much.
A Friend
2021-11-24 02:58:49 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by Ubiquitous
Post by BTR1701
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as
a criminal. (But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
Post by BTR1701
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't
this as big of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?
Which way do you want it? The Waukesha thing got too much coverage, or
not enough?
You say there was a downhold on Waukesha, that it wasn't "as big of a
media event" as Charlottesville. All of that is just plain wrong, and
I'm calling bullshit. The record speaks for itself.
The media *still* to this day goes on and on about Charlottesville.
The media is going on and on about Charlottesville because there's been
a civil trial, and the verdict was announced just today.
trotsky
2021-11-23 23:28:20 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by BTR1701
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as
a criminal. (But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
Post by BTR1701
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't
this as big of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?
Which way do you want it?
That question has a different meaning to Ubi-pubie.
Ubiquitous
2021-11-30 09:30:54 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by BTR1701
Now it's coming out that the killer is a BLM activist as well as
a criminal. (But I'm being redundant, apologies.)
Why am I not surprised?
Post by BTR1701
So a BLM activist mowed down a whole parade yesterday. Why isn't
this as big of a media event as Charlottesville?
Oh, yeah, right... the bias. I forgot.
#WhatLiberalMedia
Really, what is this? The parade atrocity took up almost the entire TV
news budget for several days running. It even displaced football
results.
Are you complaining about that?
Which way do you want it? The Waukesha thing got too much coverage, or
not enough?
I was refering to less football results on TV.

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Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-24 03:54:06 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
More information: An 8-year-old boy who had participated in the parade
becomes the sixth to die of injuries.

Darrell Brooks, the perpetrator, has been charged with more than a dozen
crimes since 1999. It doesn't say how many convictions.

Milwaukee county prosecutors are investigating how the hell they made
that $1000 cash bond recommendation, given that with the crime he was
charged with at the time, running over the woman who was the mother of
his child with his vehicle, he was in violation of bond conditions for a
crime he'd been charged with in 2020.

https://apnews.com/article/milwaukee-00641efceaf200ce2c3fbf5e5200be13
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suzeeq
2021-11-24 04:50:30 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
More information: An 8-year-old boy who had participated in the parade
becomes the sixth to die of injuries.
Darrell Brooks, the perpetrator, has been charged with more than a dozen
crimes since 1999. It doesn't say how many convictions.
Milwaukee county prosecutors are investigating how the hell they made
that $1000 cash bond recommendation, given that with the crime he was
charged with at the time, running over the woman who was the mother of
his child with his vehicle, he was in violation of bond conditions for a
crime he'd been charged with in 2020.
https://apnews.com/article/milwaukee-00641efceaf200ce2c3fbf5e5200be13
Well they've set his bond in the millions this time. They don't want him
to be able to get out again.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-24 05:59:07 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out
of jail due to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having
tried to run over his child's mother with a car, the usual suspects
will have to work overtime figuring out a way to make this all about
'white supremacy'.
Did you see that? $1000 bail for that incident, despite being out on
bail for a July 24, 2020, incident. Prosecutors are now blaming how the
bail was set, but did they bother to bring the earlier bail to the
judge's attention?
More information: An 8-year-old boy who had participated in the parade
becomes the sixth to die of injuries.
Darrell Brooks, the perpetrator, has been charged with more than a dozen
crimes since 1999. It doesn't say how many convictions.
Milwaukee county prosecutors are investigating how the hell they made
that $1000 cash bond recommendation, given that with the crime he was
charged with at the time, running over the woman who was the mother of
his child with his vehicle, he was in violation of bond conditions for a
crime he'd been charged with in 2020.
https://apnews.com/article/milwaukee-00641efceaf200ce2c3fbf5e5200be13
Well they've set his bond in the millions this time. They don't want him
to be able to get out again.
The estates of the dead, and the 5 dozen or so traumatically injured,
would love to sue the Milwaukee County prosecutor for failure to perform
due diligence, but prosecutors are immune from liability for the foreseeable
consequences of their own incompetance.
trotsky
2021-11-23 06:49:23 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail due
to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run over his
child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work overtime
figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
Progressive laws in Wisconsin? How mind numbingly stupid are you?
Ubiquitous
2021-11-23 12:31:04 UTC
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Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail
due to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run
over his child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work
overtime figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
What is it about Democrats (and other leftist types) treating criminals like
saints?

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Let's go Brandon!
BTR1701
2021-11-23 17:24:09 UTC
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Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail
due to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run
over his child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work
overtime figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
What is it about Democrats (and other leftist types) treating criminals like
saints?
The heroes of the Left:

https://twitter.com/jason638ny/status/1461776808425181189?s=20
trotsky
2021-11-24 00:03:53 UTC
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Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail
due to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run
over his child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work
overtime figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
What is it about Democrats (and other leftist types) treating criminals like
saints?
https://twitter.com/jason638ny/status/1461776808425181189?s=20
IT SEEMS EATING TOO MUCH HORSE PASTE HAS CAUSED YOU TO SPEW NONSTOP
HORSESHIT.
Rony
2021-11-30 05:27:45 UTC
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Well, considering the perp is a black career criminal who was out of jail
due to 'progressive' criminal justice policies after having tried to run
over his child's mother with a car, the usual suspects will have to work
overtime figuring out a way to make this all about 'white supremacy'.
What is it about Democrats (and other leftist types) treating criminals like
saints?
https://twitter.com/jason638ny/status/1461776808425181189?s=20
very true!

Ubiquitous
2021-11-22 21:33:54 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
Someone who was whipped into a frenzy by the usual race pimp suspects,
including Resident Biden.

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RichA
2021-11-23 00:41:08 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
Someone who was whipped into a frenzy by the usual race pimp suspects,
including Resident Biden.
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Let's go Brandon!
Though even amongst the PROGS it would be a stretch, it would be interesting if this sub-human THUG uses
the Rittenhouse trial outcome as some kind of defense at HIS trial. Meanwhile, the LIBERAL judge
who let this animal out on $500 bail prior to his rampage should be tarred and feathered and for those unfamiliar
with the specifics of that, they should know it was a great punishment.
RichA
2021-11-23 00:44:31 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Mind-bendingly STUPID liberals in that justice system:

The suspect, 39, was charged in nearby Milwaukee County on November 5 with two felonies and three misdemeanors in a domestic violence battery incident in which he also allegedly violently resisted a police officer. He was also charged with bail jumping.

Six days later, the suspect posted a $500 cash bond and was released from custody. Even though he was charged with bail jumping and has a second open felony case, the suspect was allowed to walk free.

Court records indicate the suspect, identified as Darrell E. Brooks, Jr. has been committing violent crimes since 1999.

In July 2020, Brooks was charged with two counts of recklessly endangering safety through the use of a dangerous weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Bond in that case was originally set at $10,000, but then lowered to $7,500 two weeks later. In February, it was lowered again to $500 and he posted it a month later and was released from custody.
BTR1701
2021-11-25 03:09:00 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer bu
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?

Honest question.
moviePig
2021-11-25 04:06:23 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 04:13:38 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?

Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
moviePig
2021-11-25 04:34:54 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
I mean that that, in GoFundMe's analysis, the two concepts got linked.
Post by The Horny Goat
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
And with corporations making such decisions, there'll always be those.
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 05:52:02 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
I mean that that, in GoFundMe's analysis, the two concepts got linked.
No I immediately got that. Doesn't mean GoFundMe got it RIGHT....
NoBody
2021-11-25 15:56:46 UTC
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Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
I mean that that, in GoFundMe's analysis, the two concepts got linked.
No I immediately got that. Doesn't mean GoFundMe got it RIGHT....
GoFundMe is just following the new narrative of "White people evil,
non white = oppressed".
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-25 05:11:38 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.

GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.

GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.

It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.

GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer was
banned from GoFundMe.
NoBody
2021-11-25 15:57:30 UTC
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Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer was
banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
suzeeq
2021-11-25 16:21:38 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:11:38 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer was
banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
moviePig
2021-11-25 19:20:10 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:11:38 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
    GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
    defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
    Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
    certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer was
banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
BTR1701
2021-11-25 20:18:35 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:11:38 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Post by BTR1701
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
    GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
    defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
    Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
    certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer
was banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
moviePig
2021-11-25 20:53:48 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:11:38 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Post by BTR1701
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
    GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
    defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
    Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
    certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer
was banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
If the facts are what I've read in allegedly responsible accounts, then
I think "punishment" is nonsensical and recidivism is unthinkable. So,
I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 21:02:14 UTC
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Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
If the facts are what I've read in allegedly responsible accounts, then
I think "punishment" is nonsensical and recidivism is unthinkable. So,
I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
And rainbow bridges if I read you correctly...
BTR1701
2021-11-25 21:12:29 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:11:38 -0000 (UTC), "Adam H. Kerman"
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Post by BTR1701
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
 GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
 defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
 Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
 certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer
was banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
If the facts are what I've read in allegedly responsible accounts, then
I think "punishment" is nonsensical and recidivism is unthinkable.
He *already* recidded. He was arrested for trying to run over the mother
of his kid, then let free under Wisconsin's hug-a-thug laws and within
the week, he was running down a half dozen more people.

Unthinkable, my ass.
Post by moviePig
I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
Well, you've achieved complete moral bankruptcy, then.

Murder a bunch of people with your car at a holiday parade and get a
tax-payer funded vacay to a petting zoo.
moviePig
2021-11-25 21:37:00 UTC
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Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by The Horny Goat
Post by moviePig
Post by BTR1701
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
 GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
 defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
 Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
 certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer
was banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
If the facts are what I've read in allegedly responsible accounts, then
I think "punishment" is nonsensical and recidivism is unthinkable.
He *already* recidded. He was arrested for trying to run over the mother
of his kid, then let free under Wisconsin's hug-a-thug laws and within
the week, he was running down a half dozen more people.
Unthinkable, my ass.
Post by moviePig
I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
Well, you've achieved complete moral bankruptcy, then.
Murder a bunch of people with your car at a holiday parade and get a
tax-payer funded vacay to a petting zoo.
See Mr. Goat's response...
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 22:29:58 UTC
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I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
Well, you've achieved complete moral bankruptcy, then.
Murder a bunch of people with your car at a holiday parade and get a
tax-payer funded vacay to a petting zoo.
See Mr. Goat's response...
One czn't hsve been a parent with kids and pets without hvaing heard
the 'rainbow bridge' term. We didn't use it with OUR kids but no
question we knew what it was a euphemism for. My wife still has a
photo of each departed pet with her pictures in the living room though
nobody but ourselves know who they were.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-25 22:43:24 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer
was banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
The guy is still a very sick puppy ...and due the humane treatment we
afford very sick puppies.
Well, we don't lock sick puppies up in prison, so I take it you believe
he shouldn't go to prison for what he did?
If the facts are what I've read in allegedly responsible accounts, then
I think "punishment" is nonsensical and recidivism is unthinkable.
He *already* recidded. He was arrested for trying to run over the mother
of his kid, then let free under Wisconsin's hug-a-thug laws and within
the week, he was running down a half dozen more people.
Unthinkable, my ass.
But wait! There's more. The mother was 15 at the time they had sex. He
was convicted of statutory rape, but one wonders if the sex was truly
consensual. He was in violation of the Nevada sex offender registry law,
got arrested in 2016, jumped bail, and there's been an arrest warrant
out on him ever since.

In July 2020, he'd gotten into an argument with his nephew during which
he fired a gun. He put up $500 to get out of pre-trial confinement in
order to comply with speedy trial laws. My guess is that court was not
in session for months.

The series of bail violations plus the Nevada arrest warrant were all
ignored when bond was set at $1000 for attempted murder of the mother,
driving over her with his vehicle.

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm was elected in 2007 and
has wanted reform of the cash bail system because it criminalizes
poverty. He's been a leader in this movement. He claims it applies to
non-violent offenders only.

In Wisconsin law, the judge setting bail must consider the likelihood
that the defendant will show up for trial but not potential danger to
the community. That doesn't keep the prosecutor from considering this in
making the bail recommendation.

Chisholm was pushing for affordable bail in drug cases, then recommended
very low bail for a drug offender running a full-scale drug distribution
business. He eventually was blamed in a drug user's death. Chisholm's
office made a single deferred prosecution deal combining several
drug charges for this offender but the offender failed to comply with
conditions.

This is the story from Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:

https://archive.jsonline.com/watchdog/noquarter/overdose-death-highlights-deferred-prosecutions-in-milwaukee-county-b99101314z1-224745852.html/

I think I remember this story. He keeps getting re-elected.
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I meant what I said ...literally. I.e., he should be sent to a farm in
the country, to play every day with lots of other puppies and kitties...
Well, you've achieved complete moral bankruptcy, then.
Murder a bunch of people with your car at a holiday parade and get a
tax-payer funded vacay to a petting zoo.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-26 04:20:27 UTC
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Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm was elected in 2007 and
has wanted reform of the cash bail system because it criminalizes
poverty. He's been a leader in this movement. He claims it applies to
non-violent offenders only.
Either he's lying or the judging didn't get the memo on what
'non-violent' means.
I think most of us would agree that a charge of driving a car into a
crowd of people is one of the more violent offences.
The six deaths and over 5 dozen traumatic injuries at the Christmas
parade was the Waukesha County crime, not the Milwaukee County crime in
which he ran over the leg of the woman who bore him a child at age 15
with his vehicle earlier in November 2021. That was the charged crime,
attempted murder, for which he received absurdly low bail. If he'd been
in pre-trial detention, especially given that he was in violatio of bail
conditions that applied to the July 2020 crime and there was a Nevada
arrest warrant since 2016, then he wouldn't have been on the street to
commit those murders in Waukesha.
And it's not supposed to apply to people with long criminal records
either.
It's not supposed to apply to anybody. The Milwaukee county district
attorney made up his very own law and then failed to follow it.
BTR1701
2021-11-26 11:23:10 UTC
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Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm was elected in 2007 and
has wanted reform of the cash bail system because it criminalizes
poverty. He's been a leader in this movement. He claims it applies to
non-violent offenders only.
Either he's lying or the judging didn't get the memo on what
'non-violent' means.
I think most of us would agree that a charge of driving a car into a
crowd of people is one of the more violent offences.
"What most of us would agree on" is no longer the standard for these things.

When they passed the ballot measure allowing early release of non-violen
offender from prison in California, the legislature immediately went to wor
re-classifying actual violent crimes as non-violent so they could release a
many of them as possible.

You can rape someone who's unconscious in California and that's not considere
a violent offense anymore.
The Horny Goat
2021-11-26 18:03:45 UTC
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You can rape someone who's unconscious in California and that's not considered
a violent offense anymore.
Are you kidding me?
BTR1701
2021-11-26 18:41:50 UTC
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You can rape someone who's unconscious in California and that's not
considered a violent offense anymore.
Are you kidding me?
Nope.
trotsky
2021-11-26 22:22:08 UTC
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You can rape someone who's unconscious in California and that's not
considered a violent offense anymore.
Are you kidding me?
Nope.
Voice of experience, obviously. Disgusting!
NoBody
2021-11-26 16:51:47 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.
It's perfectly fair, then, to ask why GoFundMe allowed a fundraiser for
bail for Darrel E. Brooks. It was created on Sunday.
GoFundMe didn't take it down till Wednesday 11/24/2021. The organizer was
banned from GoFundMe.
Deliberately running down and killing 6 kids isn't violent
apparently....
Only one of the 6 dead was a child, though several of the injured were
children.
I stand corrected. To rephrase, deliberately running down and killing
6 people including one kid (and injuring up to 40 others) isn't
violent apparently...
The Horny Goat
2021-11-26 18:05:16 UTC
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I stand corrected. To rephrase, deliberately running down and killing
6 people including one kid (and injuring up to 40 others) isn't
violent apparently...
So presumably the chief of police and the state attorney general would
be delighted to be on the receiving end of a demonstration of non
violent tragedy?
BTR1701
2021-11-25 18:22:00 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there would not have been a court
proceeding would there have been?
Your point clearly illustrates a damnable inconsistency...
Why bother addressing moviePig? His guess was just shit he made up.
GoFundMe banned anyone using it to raise monies for Rittenhouse's legal
defense because he was accused of a violent crime.
GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal
defense of an alleged violent crime. In light of the Kyle
Rittenhouse trial, we want to clarify when and why we removed
certain fundraisers in the past.
Why would they even have this policy in the first place? Don't they
believe in presumption of innocence?
trotsky
2021-11-25 09:53:29 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
If all he had done was speak there
What?
BTR1701
2021-11-25 04:36:58 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
How exactly? I mean, other than the media the president just making shit u
about him, that is.
moviePig
2021-11-25 16:15:35 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
How exactly? I mean, other than the media the president just making shit up
about him, that is.
I'm suggesting that mere co-occurrence (and an enduring hypersensitivity
to "image") might've been sufficient. The "how" doesn't matter.
BTR1701
2021-11-25 18:20:43 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-
plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
How exactly? I mean, other than the media and the president just making
shit up about him, that is.
I'm suggesting that mere co-occurrence (and an enduring hypersensitivity
to "image") might've been sufficient. The "how" doesn't matter.
So then you'd agree that's a massive injustice, then?
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-25 18:32:28 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade
Killer but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
How exactly? I mean, other than the media and the president just making
shit up about him, that is.
I'm suggesting that mere co-occurrence (and an enduring hypersensitivity
to "image") might've been sufficient. The "how" doesn't matter.
So then you'd agree that's a massive injustice, then?
Gosh. moviePig would have to care about truth and stop caring about
image. Hell will freeze over first.
NoBody
2021-11-25 15:55:22 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
moviePig
2021-11-25 19:27:26 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 21:01:11 UTC
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The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
Well if he kept it to nasty speech he'd have avoided what has to be a
monumental legal bill he'll probably still be paying when he's in
diapers.....
moviePig
2021-11-25 21:43:42 UTC
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The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
Well if he kept it to nasty speech he'd have avoided what has to be a
monumental legal bill he'll probably still be paying when he's in
diapers.....
I'd guess his lawyers own, and even manage, his ass unto eternity...
NoBody
2021-11-26 16:48:05 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
moviePig
2021-11-26 16:59:35 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
The connection I've theorized is made by a simple, bias-free algorithm.
trotsky
2021-11-26 17:44:47 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"?  It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
The connection I've theorized is made by a simple, bias-free algorithm.
Come on, man, all right wing assholes know "algorithms" are the work of
the devil.
moviePig
2021-11-26 18:59:13 UTC
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Post by moviePig
Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"?  It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
The connection I've theorized is made by a simple, bias-free algorithm.
Come on, man, all right wing assholes know "algorithms" are the work of
the devil.
Well, Al Gore-ithms, anyway...
NoBody
2021-11-28 15:05:43 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
The connection I've theorized is made by a simple, bias-free algorithm.
Feel free to explain your "bias-free algorithm".
Co-occurrence of "Rittenhouse" and racist (broadly defined) abuse.
Insufficient basis for your conclusion. Additionally, your parameters
are invalid since all involved were white. Racism played no factor in
this event.
NoBody
2021-11-29 14:59:58 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
My guess would be that "Rittenhouse" was associated with "hate speech".
What did he say that was "hate speech"? It just shows how ignorant
this country has become.
The phrases/concepts "Rittenhouse" and "hate speech"...
So you're saying GoFundMe makes biased associations based on race. Got
it.
The connection I've theorized is made by a simple, bias-free algorithm.
Feel free to explain your "bias-free algorithm".
Co-occurrence of "Rittenhouse" and racist (broadly defined) abuse.
Insufficient basis for your conclusion. Additionally, your parameters
are invalid since all involved were white. Racism played no factor in
this event.
How definitive. I guess it's all settled, then...
I gave you the chance to explain. If you can't then it does appear
settled.
trotsky
2021-11-25 10:45:34 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
HONEST ANSWER, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK SHIT ABOUT ANYTHING EVER.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/gofundme-pulls-down-fundraiser-for-waukesha-suspect



GoFundMe pulls fundraiser for Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks
The fundraising platform has come under harsh criticism following the
Kyle Rittenhouse verdict


NOW FUCK OFF.
NoBody
2021-11-25 15:58:25 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
HONEST ANSWER, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK SHIT ABOUT ANYTHING EVER.
https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/gofundme-pulls-down-fundraiser-for-waukesha-suspect
GoFundMe pulls fundraiser for Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks
The fundraising platform has come under harsh criticism following the
Kyle Rittenhouse verdict
NOW FUCK OFF.
Yet they allowed it in the first place, why?
BTR1701
2021-11-25 18:19:41 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-p
low/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer
but refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
HONEST ANSWER, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK SHIT ABOUT ANYTHING EVER.
https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/gofundme-pulls-down-fundraiser-for-waukes
ha-suspect
GoFundMe pulls fundraiser for Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks
The fundraising platform has come under harsh criticism following the
Kyle Rittenhouse verdict
NOW FUCK OFF.
Yet they allowed it in the first place, why?
Yeah, they only pulled it down because people like me were asking that
pointed question and making them look like complete hypocritical biased
douchebags.
NoBody
2021-11-25 15:50:27 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
Allegedly, Rittenhouse wasn't allowed to have one because of the
violence of his crime. I guess when people of other races comit
crimes, it's ok to have a Go-fund me. Anyone who contributes to a Go
Fund me is foolish as they take a cut of the funds.
BTR1701
2021-11-25 18:18:12 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-pl
ow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
Allegedly, Rittenhouse wasn't allowed to have one because of the
violence of his crime.
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.

I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
Post by NoBody
I guess when people of other races comit crimes, it's ok to have a
Go-fund me. Anyone who contributes to a Go Fund me is foolish as they
take a cut of the funds.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-25 18:27:09 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
Allegedly, Rittenhouse wasn't allowed to have one because of the
violence of his crime.
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
Post by BTR1701
Post by NoBody
I guess when people of other races comit crimes, it's ok to have a
Go-fund me. Anyone who contributes to a Go Fund me is foolish as they
take a cut of the funds.
BTR1701
2021-11-26 02:49:23 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
Allegedly, Rittenhouse wasn't allowed to have one because of the
violence of his crime.
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
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https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-26 03:18:29 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
A Friend
2021-11-26 03:38:54 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
BTR is looking to stir up trouble concerning the media's desire to
avoid libel suits, which Rittenhouse and his lawyers would welcome as a
distraction. Nobody can sue over the use of the word "accident." Same
goes for "tragedy."

Next week, you will see plenty of references to Rittenhouse facing more
charges, when prosecutors are back at work. You will then see copy
such as "Rittenhouse, who prosecutors say mowed down dozens of people,
killing eight," because accusations of murder have to be pinned on
somebody prior to conviction. Prosecutors are great for that.

No, I don't care if it's all on video, and neither do Rittenhouse's
lawyers. Be patient. He'll plead guilty or be convicted soon enough,
and there's all those civil suits still to come.
BTR1701
2021-11-26 03:44:44 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
BTR is looking to stir up trouble concerning the media's desire to
avoid libel suits, which Rittenhouse and his lawyers would welcome as a
distraction. Nobody can sue over the use of the word "accident." Same
goes for "tragedy."
Bullshit. They could call him an accused or alleged killer. They don't have t
treat this like a traffic accident to avoid liability.
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Next week, you will see plenty of references to Rittenhouse facing more
charges, when prosecutors are back at work. You will then see copy
such as "Rittenhouse, who prosecutors say mowed down dozens of people,
killing eight," because accusations of murder have to be pinned on
somebody prior to conviction. Prosecutors are great for that.
They're going to invent even more people for Rittenhouse to have shot and pu
him back on trial? Because as far as I know, that number begins and ends a
three, not dozens.
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No, I don't care if it's all on video, and neither do Rittenhouse's
lawyers.
Rittenhouse was acquitted. And it was the video that got him that acquittal
His lawyers very much *did* care that it was all on video.
Post by A Friend
Be patient. He'll plead guilty or be convicted soon enough
What the fuck are you talking about? Rittenhouse plead not guilty and wa
acquitted.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-26 04:39:12 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
BTR is looking to stir up trouble concerning the media's desire to
avoid libel suits, which Rittenhouse and his lawyers would welcome as a
distraction. Nobody can sue over the use of the word "accident." Same
goes for "tragedy."
You know this. For years, traffic safety advocates have been begging the
news media to stop saying "accident", because it suggests no fault. In
some police jurisdictions, they've won the argument and they stop
collecting statistics about accidents but call the incidents "collisions"
instead.

If it's an accident for which the driver is at fault, he faces traffic
offenses, not homicide and attempted homicide charges. If the evidence
shows the driver took deliberate steps, then it's not an accident at all.

"Accident" is misreporting. You were in the business so you know this.
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. . .
suzeeq
2021-11-26 05:57:29 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
BTR is looking to stir up trouble concerning the media's desire to
avoid libel suits, which Rittenhouse and his lawyers would welcome as a
distraction. Nobody can sue over the use of the word "accident." Same
goes for "tragedy."
Next week, you will see plenty of references to Rittenhouse facing more
charges, when prosecutors are back at work. You will then see copy
such as "Rittenhouse, who prosecutors say mowed down dozens of people,
killing eight," because accusations of murder have to be pinned on
somebody prior to conviction. Prosecutors are great for that.
No, I don't care if it's all on video, and neither do Rittenhouse's
lawyers. Be patient. He'll plead guilty or be convicted soon enough,
and there's all those civil suits still to come.
How could Rittenhouse be in Waukesha when he was likely at home in IL
when the driver of the SUV was mowing down the parade marchers?
NoBody
2021-11-26 16:59:13 UTC
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. . .
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
I've been following this. I never saw any article characterize it as an
accident. Can you give us an example?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6ymmmwck9m2f3f/Waukesha1.png?dl=0
Huh. The SUV caused the tragedy.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/i401yhrlhcdo4xk/Waukesha2.png?dl=0
https://twitter.com/TPostMillennial/status/1463531870273028105?s=20
You made your point.
BTR is looking to stir up trouble concerning the media's desire to
avoid libel suits, which Rittenhouse and his lawyers would welcome as a
distraction. Nobody can sue over the use of the word "accident." Same
goes for "tragedy."
Yet the media had no problem throwing around outrageous terms in the
Rittenhouse case. Go figure...
Post by A Friend
Next week, you will see plenty of references to Rittenhouse facing more
charges, when prosecutors are back at work. You will then see copy
such as "Rittenhouse, who prosecutors say mowed down dozens of people,
killing eight," because accusations of murder have to be pinned on
somebody prior to conviction. Prosecutors are great for that.
No, I don't care if it's all on video, and neither do Rittenhouse's
lawyers. Be patient. He'll plead guilty or be convicted soon enough,
and there's all those civil suits still to come.
Are you sure you have your cases straight?
The Horny Goat
2021-11-25 18:41:46 UTC
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Why is GoFundMe allowing bail fundraising for the Waukesha Parade Killer but
refused to allow it for Rittenhouse?
Honest question.
Allegedly, Rittenhouse wasn't allowed to have one because of the
violence of his crime.
Ah, yes. This must have been one of those 'mostly peaceful' parade
massacres we hear so much about.
I see the media has collectively taken to characterizing the incident as
"an accident" rather than the cold-blooded murder that it was.
Which is complete bullsh** and you know very well what would be said
had the driver been white.

When a similar incident happened in Toronto they were at least
truthful and forthright. When it happened there (April 2018) they
called it "domestic terrorism"
BTR1701
2021-11-28 16:08:08 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin sai
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre fo
"political purposes".

Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of the
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted t
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritica
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicl
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer becaus
he's a black BLM activist.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-28 17:35:01 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S.
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin said
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre for
"political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of them
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted to
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritical
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicly
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer because
he's a black BLM activist.
Oh for fuck's sake. Ron Johnson is a Republican and a pretty solid Trump
supporter. Yeah yeah yeah. Blaming the potential for outside agitators
to stir things up is an old-fashioned political tactic, and sometimes
done as race-baiting.

I believe justice has been served in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
I hope everyone can accept the verdict, remain peaceful, and let
the community of Kenosha heal and rebuild.

- Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) November 19, 2021

You're wrong here.

Baldwin continued to criticize Rittenhouse, the judge, state gun laws,
and the verdict.

https://www.baldwin.senate.gov/news/press-releases/us-senator-tammy-baldwin-statement-on-the-verdict-in-the-kyle-rittenhouse-trial

Also, I've read about Darrell E. Brooks' extensive criminal background
in the news media, which I've posted about. I have yet to read anything
of your statement that he's a BLM activist. What activism has he been
engaged in?

I'll also repeat for the 97th time what I've been saying since Kenosha
joined the Summer of Love. If Trump had acted politic in any way --
acted presidential and not just appeal to the same base that was already
going to vote for him -- he'd have had a fighting chance to have been
re-elected president. Kenosha was his very last chance. Biden screwed up
in Kenosha too but not as bad as Trump.
BTR1701
2021-11-28 18:07:52 UTC
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Post by RichA
I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S.
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin said
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre for
"political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of them
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted to
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritical
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicly
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer because
he's a black BLM activist.
Oh for fuck's sake. Ron Johnson is a Republican and a pretty solid Trump
supporter.
I don't care what party he's from. Telling me to shut up about a mass murdere
because it's an inconvenient political narrative is ridiculous.
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Yeah yeah yeah. Blaming the potential for outside agitators
to stir things up is an old-fashioned political tactic, and sometimes
done as race-baiting.
I believe justice has been served in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
I hope everyone can accept the verdict, remain peaceful, and let
the community of Kenosha heal and rebuild.
You're wrong here.
I'm talking about before the trial. Ron Johnson never said anything about i
for political purposes? Really?
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-28 18:27:24 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist,"
said U.S. Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who
represent Wisconsin said that "outside parties may attempt to exploit
the Waukesha massacre for "political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one
of them said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way
attempted to exploit it for political purposes, because it would be
blatantly hypocritical in the extreme for them to have pontificated
about Rittenhouse, then publicly demand everyone 'cease and desist'
talking about the Waukesha killer because he's a black BLM activist.
Oh for fuck's sake. Ron Johnson is a Republican and a pretty solid Trump
supporter.
I don't care what party he's from. Telling me to shut up about a mass murderer
because it's an inconvenient political narrative is ridiculous.
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Yeah yeah yeah. Blaming the potential for outside agitators
to stir things up is an old-fashioned political tactic, and sometimes
done as race-baiting.
I believe justice has been served in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
I hope everyone can accept the verdict, remain peaceful, and let
the community of Kenosha heal and rebuild.
You're wrong here.
I'm talking about before the trial. Ron Johnson never said anything about it
for political purposes? Really?
Johnson criticized schizophrenic media coverage of the Rittenhouse trial
in a Fox News interview. How is this not an opinion that you share?

https://www.foxnews.com/media/kyle-rittenhouse-murder-trial-vast-divide-nation-ron-johnson
BTR1701
2021-11-30 05:16:34 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S.
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin said
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre for
"political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of them
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted to
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritical
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicly
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer because
he's a black BLM activist.
Also, I've read about Darrell E. Brooks' extensive criminal background
in the news media, which I've posted about. I have yet to read anything
of your statement that he's a BLM activist. What activism has he been
engaged in?
Brooks' social media accounts were full of pro-BLM, anti-cop activism posts.

Oh, and the Milwaukee branch of BLM stepped in to help raise money for Brooks
bail after GoFundMe was forced by public pressure and basic fairness to cance
his account.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-11-30 05:17:41 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Post by Adam H. Kerman
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S.
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin said
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre for
"political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of them
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted to
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritical
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicly
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer because
he's a black BLM activist.
Also, I've read about Darrell E. Brooks' extensive criminal background
in the news media, which I've posted about. I have yet to read anything
of your statement that he's a BLM activist. What activism has he been
engaged in?
Brooks' social media accounts were full of pro-BLM, anti-cop activism posts.
Oh, and the Milwaukee branch of BLM stepped in to help raise money for Brooks'
bail after GoFundMe was forced by public pressure and basic fairness to cancel
his account.
Thanks
trotsky
2021-11-30 12:36:33 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
"We are asking anyone considering such action to cease and desist," said U.S.
Senators Baldwin and Ron Johnson. The senators who represent Wisconsin said
that "outside parties may attempt to exploit the Waukesha massacre for
"political purposes".
Staying true to their beliefs, I'm absolutely sure that neither one of them
said anything about the Rittenhouse incident or in any way attempted to
exploit it for political purposes, because it would be blatantly hypocritical
in the extreme for them to have pontificated about Rittenhouse, then publicly
demand everyone 'cease and desist' talking about the Waukesha killer because
he's a black BLM activist.
Also, I've read about Darrell E. Brooks' extensive criminal background
in the news media, which I've posted about. I have yet to read anything
of your statement that he's a BLM activist. What activism has he been
engaged in?
Brooks' social media accounts were full of pro-BLM, anti-cop activism posts.
Almost as bad as the Proud Boys and their dreams of insurrection. Your
point, you duplicitous motherfucking liar?
RichA
2021-11-30 06:06:33 UTC
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I guess they didn't like the verdict?
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/wisconsin-waukesha-christmas-parade-car-plow/index.html
Now that we know the circumstances, those people ultimately were victims of the liberals in the justice system.
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