There’s a purpose that the Waukesha bloodbath has light from the nationwide media.
There’s a purpose that MSNBC and CNN and CBS seek advice from it as merely a “parade crash” and rapidly transfer on to different information.
There’s a purpose that President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris haven’t prejudged the violent, racist, BLM-supporting profession felony charged with homicide for driving his SUV intentionally right into a Christmas parade within the largely white Wisconsin city of Waukesha on Sunday, killing six innocents, together with an 8-year-old boy, and injuring 62 others.
There’s a purpose the media are incurious concerning the hate-filled, anti-white social-media posts of suspect Darrell Brooks.
Waukesha is of no curiosity to those individuals, not simply because the story doesn’t serve their political functions, because the Kyle Rittenhouse case did after they needed to color Donald Trump as a white supremacist.
No, they’re burying the Waukesha story as a result of it threatens the very core of the progressive revolution convulsing the nation: criminal-justice “reform.”
Six individuals would nonetheless be alive if Milwaukee had not been hijacked by progressive prosecutors.
Elected in 2006, Chisholm is a number one gentle of the progressive prosecutor motion.
His workplace set free Brooks on $1,000 bail Nov. 16, after he allegedly punched his girlfriend within the face and intentionally ran over her with the SUV he allegedly utilized in Sunday’s assault. Brooks’ felony document is over 50 pages lengthy.
Chisholm feigns dismay on the low bail now, however it was a part of his plan.
He is aware of what occurs if you let violent, recidivist criminals out of jail, when you handicap police and strip them of their powers, when you break the adversarial system, flip prosecutors into social staff, and shut prisons.
Everybody is aware of. Crime and violence skyrocket, together with psychological sickness and homelessness. There’s nothing compassionate or equitable about progressive criminal-justice reforms. They tyrannize the weakest and most susceptible, the aged, the infirm, and girls and kids.
Sure, Chisholm knew and he didn’t care.
“Is there going to be a person I divert, or I put into [a] therapy program, who’s going to exit and kill any person?” he advised the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2007. “You wager. Assured. It’s assured to occur.”
Chisholm wasn’t elected as a progressive, however his precedence instantly turned eliminating “racial disparity.”
He didn’t care if extra black individuals have been committing crimes. It was all concerning the final result.
Right this moment, he boasts he has nearly achieved his objective of eliminating racial disparity in jails: “In some areas there may be nearly no disparity,” he advised a panel March 11, when he appeared with infamous San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin speaking concerning the “Progressive Prosecutor motion.”
Chisholm boasted that he had revolutionized the position of prosecutor “from being a line prosecutor who takes and critiques frozen moments in time . . . and really get the prosecutor out of the courthouse and proper into the neighborhood and provides them a broad mandate to assist remedy issues.”
He calls these quasi-social staff “neighborhood prosecutors . . . Permitting prosecutors to do issues beside simply prosecuting circumstances is definitely very empowering . . . We’ve got to maneuver away from what all of us [have] been indoctrinated in, the adversarial system.”
The one impediment he says he faces now’s “concern” of crime in the neighborhood, which drives state legislators to make “dangerous regulation.” With 191 homicides final yr in Milwaukee alone, “it’s actually exhausting to make an argument.”
“We’re at a time in our nation when violence is just overwhelming the sense of our perspective of security . . . Folks don’t really feel that they’re protected.”
I’m wondering why that’s.
Boudin advised the panel that simply being a “progressive prosecutor wasn’t sufficient anymore.”
He mentioned “my pal,” former Queens DA candidate Tiffany Caban, “mentioned it finest . . . It’s not about being progressive or conservative. It’s about being ‘decarceral.’ ”
This implies abolishing prisons.
This isn’t what People need. Nevertheless it’s an article of religion for progressives.
You simply needed to watch Rep. Rashida Tlaib making an attempt to justify her prison-abolition invoice in an interview this week with Axios’ Jonathan Swan to see that the coverage is so absurd she has no approach of justifying it. Though her invoice explicitly would launch everybody from jail, she merely denied that which means youngster molesters and violent rapists will roam the streets.
Progressives fake that everybody in jail is simply there for smoking weed, whereas exhibiting callous disregard for the victims of crime.
In case you have been below any phantasm that this all will not be an ideological technique to destroy regulation and order, check out Boudin’s revolutionary pedigree.
He’s the son of Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, Marxist terrorist members of the Climate Underground, who have been jailed for the murders of two cops and a safety guard in the course of the Brink’s theft of 1981 in Rockland County. Boudin was 14 months outdated on the time and was introduced up by Barack Obama’s radical mentor and Climate Underground luminary Invoice Ayers.
Final yr, Boudin efficiently lobbied then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo to commute his father’s 75-years-to life sentence and Gilbert was launched this month. His mom was launched in 2003 and instantly given an honored place as an adjunct professor at Columbia College the place she works on — you guessed it — dismantling “mass incarceration,” and reworking the criminal-justice system. These individuals are embedded within the institution.
Guess what else home terrorists affiliated with the Climate Underground did on Nov. 7, 1983? They bombed the Capitol in Washington, DC, blowing a gap in a wall and pulverizing, home windows, chandeliers and furnishings. But President Biden tells us that the worst assault on democracy was the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 this yr.
One of many convicted conspirators for the 1983 Capitol bombing, Susan Rosenberg, had her 58-year sentence commuted by President Invoice Clinton in 2001.
What did she do then? She was instrumental in founding and fundraising for Black Lives Matter, a self-declared Marxist group that advocates for the abolition of the nuclear household.
So we come full circle.
Progressive criminal-justice reforms are usually not about equal justice. In relation to Trump supporters, corresponding to Kyle Rittenhouse or the Jan. 6 defendants nonetheless in pretrial detention in a DC jail, progressives are viciously punitive.
They’re weaponizing the criminal-justice system to terrorize their ideological opponents and create mayhem.
This can be a revolution, and we are going to all be its victims except we get up.