Biden Issued Statements on Rittenhouse and Arbery Verdicts, Not Waukesha Massacre
Whose lives matter? Black Lives Matter. Theirs don't.
The lives of dancing grannies and schoolchildren at the Christmas parade in Waukesha, which dissolved into a bloody massacre when Darrell Brooks, a BLM supporter, who called for killing white people, drove into it, don't matter to Biden.
Biden and Kamala both issued statements on the Arbery verdict. Biden issued a rant about the Rittenhouse verdict. But the murder of 6 Americans have summoned no statement from him.
Unlike the Arbery verdict, it's not a "a devastating reminder of how far we have to go in the fight for racial justice in this country". There's no need to wish that the murdered people at the parade "should be here today, celebrating the holidays".
Biden and Kamala have nothing to say about the brutal BLM massacre, reinforcing the killer's original point, that his victims were not worth anything. And that's the stance of the Democrats in the age of Black Lives Matter, Critical Race Theory, and the 1619 Project.
Biden and Darrell Brooks may be very different men, but they agree that the lives of people matter only based on their race and their politics.
The only difference is that Brooks put this conviction into action even more directly than Biden and his racist political party.