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13 minutes ago, modestobulldog said:

Intentional homicide per DA.  Tim Pool and Andy Ngo hunches were correct.  

Intentional homicide was their "hunch"? Seems like everybody had that hunch, you know, because an SUV drove through a parade and killed a bunch of people. Seems like the bigger issue was they immediately assigned motive, which we still don't know. 

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6 minutes ago, NVGiant said:

Intentional homicide was their "hunch"? Seems like everybody had that hunch, you know, because an SUV drove through a parade and killed a bunch of people. Seems like the bigger issue was they immediately assigned motive, which we still don't know. 

Perhaps he was just a peaceful tourist...

 

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1 hour ago, NVGiant said:

Intentional homicide was their "hunch"? Seems like everybody had that hunch, you know, because an SUV drove through a parade and killed a bunch of people. Seems like the bigger issue was they immediately assigned motive, which we still don't know. 

We can never know motive with 100% certainly, Andy Ngo and Tim Pool opinions look to be most logical.  Mainstream media early takes were bullshit as usual.

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On 11/23/2021 at 7:36 AM, halfmanhalfbronco said:

HMHB, you should know better than to lap up puke barfed up by someone with small penis syndrome.  He clearly he is Jealous of Andy and Tim's success (10k Twitter followers, vs. 1 MM each).  As usual, mainstream media and this obscure opinion author fed you bullshit. 

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1 hour ago, modestobulldog said:

Intentional homicide per DA.  Tim Pool and Andy Ngo hunches were correct.  

Not at all you clown monkey.  Intentional homicide is not the same as political or racially driven homicide, of which there is zero proof.  None.  Zip.  Zilch.  Not a shred.  He was not a member of BLM, had not appeared to participate in any BLM activities.

I hate cops and and say BLM, too.   

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10 minutes ago, modestobulldog said:

We can never know motive with 100% certainly, Andy Ngo and Tim Pool opinions look to be most logical.  Mainstream media early takes were bullshit as usual.

Andy Ngo isn't "logical". it's just the fascist point of view, modesto. That's the one he'll hit every time. 

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15 minutes ago, modestobulldog said:

We can never know motive with 100% certainly, Andy Ngo and Tim Pool opinions look to be most logical.  Mainstream media early takes were bullshit as usual.

Might as well make it up then!!!

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2 hours ago, NVGiant said:

Intentional homicide was their "hunch"? Seems like everybody had that hunch, you know, because an SUV drove through a parade and killed a bunch of people. Seems like the bigger issue was they immediately assigned motive, which we still don't know. 

Then why did mainstream media spin the lie about him fleeing a crime scene?

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15 minutes ago, modestobulldog said:

Then why did mainstream media spin the lie about him fleeing a crime scene?

Because police reported that he was involved in a domestic dispute? From the AP:

The SUV driver who plowed into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least five people and injuring 48, was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute that had taken place just minutes earlier, Waukesha’s police chief said Monday.

Police Chief Dan Thompson said that there was no evidence the bloodshed Sunday was a terrorist attack or that the suspect, Darrell Brooks Jr., knew anyone in the parade. Brooks acted alone, the chief said.

Brooks, 39, of Milwaukee, had left the site of the domestic disturbance before officers arrived, and was not being chased by police at the time of the crash, according to the chief, who gave no further details on the dispute.

Police said they were drawing up five charges of intentional homicide against Brooks.

https://apnews.com/article/waukesha-wisconsin-christmas-parade-crash-388eec09cc3543874d30352e197168ca

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41 minutes ago, modestobulldog said:

Then why did mainstream media spin the lie about him fleeing a crime scene?

Both can be true.  He can be fleeing the scene of a crime and decide "+++++ it, life is over, already hit the first person might as well plow over the rest"  Or "+++++ it life is over, may as well kill a shit ton of people with me a long the way".  

See, all mass shootings are intentional homicide as well, but not all mass shootings are politically or racially motivated, in fact, the majority are not.

 

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14 minutes ago, CPslograd said:

Aint that the truth.

The whole concept of grouping mixed race americans as "white" people is idiotic.

It’s imprecise, but not idiotic.  Hispanic people definitely want to increase their proximity to whiteness in the US because, well, white people have an easier time of it in the US.  So they hop on “whiteness” bandwagons, like gun culture, hating immigrants (“I got here legally, so can you!!”), etc.  

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1 minute ago, Orygun said:

It’s imprecise, but not idiotic.  Hispanic people definitely want to increase their proximity to whiteness in the US because, well, where people have an easier time of it in the US.  So they hop on “whiteness” bandwagons, like gun culture, hating immigrants (“I got here legally, so can you!!”), etc.  

 

This is absolutely true.  It's also true in Mexico, as well.  @youngredbullfan has some great insights on how how lighter skin Mexican nationals face better outcomes than darker ones and upper society tries to increase their proximity to lighter skin or whiter if you will.  

 

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7 minutes ago, Orygun said:

It’s imprecise, but not idiotic.  Hispanic people definitely want to increase their proximity to whiteness in the US because, well, white people have an easier time of it in the US.  So they hop on “whiteness” bandwagons, like gun culture, hating immigrants (“I got here legally, so can you!!”), etc.  

I mean, Latin America has a longer and more complex history with race and whiteness than we do and they've grappled with it less, in most cases. 

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