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Nets Can’t Be Bothered With Waukesha Attack as Fox Gets Interview With Brooks

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Since the Waukesha attacker didn’t fit the liberal media’s narrative that “There’s nothing more frightening in America today than an angry White man,” the broadcast networks couldn’t move on from the attack fast enough. But Fox News Digital refused to take an eye off the attack that killed six and injured dozens of others and managed to get an exclusive interview with Darrell Brooks, the alleged driver of the SUV that plowed into the parade marchers.

The network shared Brooks’ comments with Special Report viewers on Thursday.

Instead of covering Brooks or attempting to get their own interview that evening, the broadcast networks were busy covering more unnecessary stories. On CBS Evening News they touted anchor Norah O’Donnell’s interview with author Brene Brown’s new book about people being unable to express their feelings. And NBC Nightly News was memorized by how Amazon was able to get people their orders so quickly.

Meanwhile, on ABC’s World News Tonight, they revisited their sit down with actor Alec Baldwin where he claims the gun he was holding when Halyna Hutchins was killed shot itself, for the second night in a row.

Ironically, blaming inanimate objects for killings was kind of on theme with the media’s coverage of the Waukesha attack, especially considering CNN once suggested “a car” was responsible for the massacre.

But on Special Report, fill-in anchor Mike Emanuel didn’t play CNN’s game. “Tonight, a Fox exclusive. Our Digital team has secured the first interview with the man accused of killing six people by driving an SUV into a crowd at a Christmas parade,” he announced.

“When visited in jail by reporters from Fox News Digital, Darrell brooks said he has been ‘dehumanized.’ He went on to say, ‘I just feel like I’m being monster-demonized,’” international correspondent Mike Tobin said. “In the jailhouse interview, Brooks didn’t explain what motivated the attack. He did say no one has been to see him, not even his mother.”

Tobin also revealed that Brooks had a long and documented history of mental illness, stopped getting support once he was an adult, and the court knew about his history and was warned:

[His mother] did release a statement to the local CBS affiliate stating: “Darryl has suffered from mental health issues since he was very young. In those years, he received counseling and was on medication.” That stopped when Brooks became an adult.

(…)

Brooks was arrested and bailed out last year. Arrested again this November. Court documents acknowledge he was mentally ill, not on medication, and very likely to re-offend. Still, he was released just days before the parade attack.

The Waukesha attack seems to be a conflux of a series of issues plaguing America: the unaddressed mental health crisis, radical bail reform by the left, and a liberal media determined to stick to a narrative despite the facts.

The frivolous stories they covered instead of the Waukesha attack were made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Nature’s Bounty on ABC, Salonpas on CBS, and Fidelity on NBC. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the biased news they fund.

The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

Fox News Channel’s Special Report

December 2, 2021

6:29:05 p.m. Eastern

MIKE EMANUEL: Tonight, a Fox exclusive. Our Digital team has secured the first interview with the man accused of killing six people by driving an SUV into a crowd at a Christmas parade. Senior correspondent Mike Tobin tells us what Darrell Brooks is saying.

[Cuts to video]

MIKE TOBIN: When visited in jail by reporters from Fox News Digital, Darrell brooks said he has been dehumanized. He went on to say, “I just feel like I’m being monster-demonized.”

Brooks is now facing six counts of intentional homicide, each with the potential for life in prison. On November 21st, Brooks allegedly slammed his SUV into the crowd of people at the Waukesha Christmas parade. In the jailhouse interview, Brooks didn’t explain what motivated the attack. He did say no one has been to see him, not even his mother.

She did release a statement to the local CBS affiliate stating: “Darryl has suffered from mental health issues since he was very young. In those years, he received counseling and was on medication.” That stopped when Brooks became an adult.

Court records show his adult life as filled with crimes, many violent and occurring in three states. With three kids, records also show he fell behind on child support. He currently owes more than $41,000. The mother of one child told Fox Digital Brooks has always been “in and out of jail,” he was “not a present father.”

In a child support case from 2009, he wrote to Court Commissioner Laura Lau, “I feel I was treated unfairly.” In a 2011 case, he wrote to Waukesha County Circuit Judge Thomas Piper that he failed to pay child support because he lost his benefits: “The reason my benefits stopped was because I was being incarcerated.”

[Cuts back to live]

Brooks was arrested and bailed out last year. Arrested again this November. Court documents acknowledge he was mentally ill, not on medication, and very likely to re-offend. Still, he was released just days before the parade attack. Mike, back to you.

EMANUEL: Mike Tobin, thanks very much.

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