President Biden is facing accusations of double standards after immediately announcing he would visit the site of the Buffalo mass shooting, having failed to visit Waukesha after last year’s Christmas parade massacre.
Biden immediately denounced the tragedy in Buffalo as “a hate crime, racially-motivated act of white supremacy and violent extremism.”
However, the same level of denunciation was noticeably absent when a black supremacist and BLM supporter with a history of anti-white statements, including calling white people “the enemy,” killed five people and injured dozens of others during a Christmas parade.
As we previously highlighted, Darrell Edward Brooks Jr drove in a zig zag pattern in order to “hit as many” people as possible, confirming that the massacre was a deliberate attack.
However, the legacy media and the White House closed ranks on the narrative, and the horrific race hate massacre quickly turned into just an “act of violence,” according to Biden.
The president refused to visit Waukesha and instead sent his wife Jill nearly a month later for an empty photo-op.
The stated reason why Biden did not go to Waukesha is that it would require too many “assets” and “resources.” Somehow they have managed to gather all of the necessary assets and resources for Buffalo.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 16, 2022
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