The Milwaukee Black Lives Matter activist said the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin seemed to indicate that the “revolution” might have begun.
“I don’t know. Now we have to watch because they have someone in custody. “But it seems the revolution has begun in Wisconsin. It started with this Christmas parade.”
Mayes is a well-known activist in Milwaukee. He describes himself as a “battle rapper, community activist, songwriter, tattoo artist, militant”. Twitter Bio, With various hashtags including “#BlackLivesMatter,” “#BlackLoveMatters” and “#RBG”.
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“I said I am not going to talk about any of the rumors. You are all repeating some of the things you know, and I can tell you that the first person who came to me said that. “He cited the not guilty verdict of Kyle Rittenhouse in the video. The video was shot at the site of the parade attack.
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Mays did not immediately respond to LBL’ request for comment on Twitter about what “revolution” means. Black Lives Matter did not respond to LBL ‘request for comment on Mays’ Facebook Live video.
Rittenhouse was acquitted on Friday after a high-profile inquiry into the fatal shooting and wounding of two men 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.
Five people died after a car rammed through a Christmas parade Sunday night, and police have not revealed the motive behind the attack, which left 48 people injured. There was no connection between the attack and the acquittal in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Authorities arrested Darrell Brooks Jr. and charged him with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
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Although their purpose is unclear, a Facebook account One of his aliases appeared to belong to Brooks under “Mathboy Fly”, responding that he was “not a bit surprised” about the Rittenhouse verdict.
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.