The Washington Post revised an article and deleted Twitter post promote it after saying it last the massacre of the weekend Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, was “caused from an SUV “.
The tweet was posted on Thursday with a caption that reads, “Here’s what we do know till now on the sequence of events which led to the Waukesha tragedy caused from an SUV “. The article that links to the message similarly blamed the vehicle for the massacre, which left six people dead and 61 people hurt, saying “The SUV crashed into the parade participants. “
The article did not mention Darrell Brooks – who was uploaded with six counts of murder after allegedly rammed its sporting utility vehicle in parade goers – up to the fifth paragraph. The Post continued to refer to the SUV’s movements without referring to the person behind the wheel.
With the mainstream media already be accused of trying to minimize Waukesha mayhem and divert attention from Brooks’ hatred of White people and Jews, the phrasing of the Post was immediately ignited online indignation. United States Representative Ken Buck (R-Colorado) mockingly asked, “The SUV? drive Yes? This title is a disgrace. “
Reporter Mollie Hemingway joked that the Post might suggest the SUV in Waukesha is like Stephen King’s “Cristina”, the horror story of a car who killed people. Other observers said the newspaper disrespected the victims of the massacre of the parade trying to outshine the killer role.
“An 8-year-old guys parents looked at a psychopath murder their precious son in front of their eyes” reporter Kylee Zempel said. “This scum tweet is the lowest of the bass. “
an 8-year-old guys parents looked at a psychopath murder their precious son in front of their eyes. This scum tweet is the lowest of the bass. Delete your account. https://t.co/Y6iWtuFyyj
– Kylee Zempel (@kyleezempel) November 25, 2021
The Post then deleted his tweet, saying that language in the article had been “changed after publication. “
The controversy marked the latest in a string of mainstream media coverage who framed the Waukesha murders as a “crash”Or an “accident.” Early reports from the Post, CNN and other media outlets suggested that Waukesha’s suspect was running away from police due to another incident when he stumbled upon the parade route. The reports, which cited unidentified “sources,” they were later denied by the police.
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