The black supremacist ex-con charged in the deaths of six people at a Wisconsin Christmas parade rapped about being a ‘terrorist,’ and posted online that ‘Hitler was right’ to have killed Jews because ‘the negroes … are the true hebrews,’ while also calling for violence against white people.
Darrell Brooks Jr, 39, is charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide, and has more charges pending according to prosecutors in Waukesha, Wisconsin, after eight-year-old Jackson Sparks was named by relatives as the sixth victim to have died from his injuries after Brooks allegedly plowed into a Christmas parade. More than 60 people were injured in the massacre, which has already become non-news among mainstream outlets.
Brooks, an aspiring rapper, left quite the social media footprint in which he posted black nationalist rhetoric, support for Black Lives Matter, and shared memes targeting Trump supporter Kanye West.
In one Facebook post screencapped by the Daily Mail, Brooks – aka “MathBoi Fly” – wrote: “LEARNED ND TAUGHT BEHAVIOR!! so when we start bakk knokkin white people TF out ion wanna hear it…the old white ppl 2, KNOKK DEM TF OUT!! PERIOD..”
Brooks also shared a meme about Adolf Hitler which claims that negroes are “the true Hebrews,” and that America has moved “false white Jews into a state of Israel.”
He also rapped about being a “terrorist” and a “killer in the city,” according to The Sun, citing lyrics Brooks posted online.
Wannabe rapper Brooks had said “yeh we terrorists” and “killers in the city” according to his song Loudmouths.
The track – posted to Brooks’ soundcloud page under the name MathBoi Fly – goes on “hope you right with god cos casket with you headed for.”
Brooks also wrote an anti-Donald Trump rap and declared “f*** the pigs”, it emerged on Monday.
One of his songs includes the lyrics: “They gonna need a cleaner for the s*** we did, all my killers Gacey where them bodies hid.” -The Sun
In another song, Brooks can be seen waving a gun in front of what appears to be the red SUV used in the attack.
Wisconsin police said on Sunday that there’s no evidence that there was a terrorist attack.