Darrell Brooks’ FB posts support violence against white people, Hitler


The Facebook account belonging to Darrell Brooks, the suspect behind the Waukesha Christmas Parade attack, contains memes and messages calling for violence against white people, and “Hitler is right” for killing Jews during the Holocaust.

“ND taught behavior !! So when we start buck nockin ‘white people want to hear it TF out ion … old white ppl2, KNOKK DEM TF out !! period ..,” Brooks wrote on June 9, 2020 on Facebook with middle finger emoji , The Daily Mail reported.

The account has since been deleted. He used the name “Mathboy Fly”, which has been used as a stage name for Brooks’ amateur rap career.

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Waukesha Parade suspect Darrell Brooks arrives in court for his trial.

“Hitler knew who the real Jews were!” She also shares a memo titled. According to the Daily Mail.

The message states that Adolf Hitler had inspired his genocide in part because he knew that “Negroes … were real Hebrews”, appearing to propagate the opinions of black Hebrew Israelis. The post added that the Third World War opens when America “displaced false white Jews into the kingdom of Israel” and “when people learned that Hitler was right” and helped the world by killing Jews.

Brooks commented on the “Real Game Right Here” meme with the hashtag “#research”. Such statements have been made about Hitler Has been dismissed in the past.

On June 9, 2020, he shared an ESPN article about NBA player Kyle Kuzma, describing “his belief in white privilege.” Brooks commented on the piece as “interesting.”

Memorial at Veterans Park for victims of Sunday's deadly Christmas Parade crash in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Memorial at Veterans Park for victims of Sunday’s deadly Christmas Parade crash in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
(AP Photo / Jeffrey Phelps)

That same month, he shared a post by a white police officer titled “Violent toward peaceful protesters.”

According to the account screenshots posted by the Daily Mail, another post showed Black Lives Matter with middle finger emoji and police officer emoji.

In a more recent post, Kyle Rittenhouse’s judgment last Friday, the Facebook account showed weight, saying he was “not a bit surprised.”

Rittenhouse was acquitted after high-profile inquiries into the fatal shootings of two men and injuries to another in the riots in Kenosha last summer. The riots came in response to the shooting of a white police officer, a black Jacob Blake, who was partially paralyzed.

Waukesha police did not immediately respond to LBL’ request for comment if the posts were being investigated. Facebook did not immediately respond to LBL’ request to comment on the account if the company was working with authorities during the investigation.

LBL has reviewed a retweet from a Twitter account titled “MathBoi Fly” from 2012 that expressed shock and called for prayers for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.


“18 sick, 18 dreams, 9 adults, 27 families, 27 lost personalities, and 1 sick minded man who has decided to kill children,” Prayer # Prayer Newtown, ‚ÄĚread the original tweet, which was retweeted as a Brooks account.

His amateur rap career included lyrics he said were “terrorist” and “killer in the city.” The Sun reported.

Police have not yet released the motive behind Sunday night’s attack, but a criminal complaint against Brooks shows witnesses describing the attack as “on purpose.” One detective told the witness that he described the SUV as zig-zagging through the crowd, which he thought was “a direct motive for hitting multiple parade participants.”

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Brooks has been charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide following the attack. The five current charges are related to the death of Virginia Sorenson, 79, LeeAnna Owen, 71, Tamara Durand, 52, Jane Kulich, 52, and Wilhelm Hospel, 81.

Five adult victims were killed in the Waukesha Parade attack.  The sixth victim, it was a child, was declared in court Tuesday.

Five adult victims were killed in the Waukesha Parade attack. The sixth victim, it was a child, was declared in court Tuesday.

A sixth charge is expected after the death of an 8-year-old boy on Tuesday. All of the victims were white.

Brooks, 39, has an extensive criminal record until 1999 and was bailed twice in Wisconsin this year despite an active sex offender warrant in Nevada.

Brooks’s nephew, Anaji BrooksIn July 2020, he filed a non-contact order against them in September, claiming that his uncle shot at him during an old cell phone quarrel.

“I came to the conclusion that this person is not a family or relative,” Anaji Brooks wrote in her plea for a No Contact Order, the Daily Mail reported. “The family should not hurt the family the way he did.”

Brooks appeared in his first court appearance Tuesday, where he was audibly saddened when District Attorney Susan Opper announced that the 6th victim had died in the attack.

He is being held on $ 5 million bail at a Wisconsin jail.

LBL’s Matt Wall contributed to this report.


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