Black Lives Matter activist claimed that Kyle Rittenhouse was a victim of the Waukesha Christmas parade attack, which left five dead.

Activist Vaun Mayes speculated that the attack which saw suspect Darrell Brooks Jr, 39, drive a car into a crowd of parade goers in Wisconsin on Sunday was the ‘start of a revolution’.

Mayes said that the violence that occurred during Christmas Parade was connected to anger at Rittenhouse’s verdict. The teenager was acquitted of killing two men, and injuring one during unrest following the shooting death of a Black policeman.   

Activist Vaun Mayes

Activist Vaun M

Vaun Mayes of the activist group was speculative that Darrell Brooks Jr., the suspect in the attack, drove his car into the crowd of Wisconsin paradegoers on Sunday.

Video footage showing the moment a speeding red Ford Escape SUV ploughs into a marching band during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday

Video of the moment that a red Ford Escape SUV speeds into a marching band at a Waukesha Christmas Parade on Sunday

Mayes spoke from Monday’s parade attack scene in a live Facebook video: “I don’t really know.” We’ll now have to wait to see if they have someone in custody. 

“We might have to wait and watch what the authorities say about how this happened. It is possible, however that this revolution started in Wisconsin. The Christmas Parade is the first.

Mayes kept speculating and stated: “I told you I was not going to talk on any rumors. Y’all are repeating some of the stuff that, you know, that has come up. 

“And I know that the person that reached out to you initially said they believed this to be a verdict. I therefore assumed it was from which side. But I am not certain.

Brooks attacked Christmas parade. Police did not release any information, while Mayes didn’t provide specific details.  

Brooks stated on Saturday that he wasn’t surprised by Rittenhouse verdict. Authorities have yet to confirm whether Kenosha’s arrest of Brooks, who is 50 miles from the scene, was related to Sunday’s attack.  

The police will not be able to confirm that it was intentional. Brooks ran in the crowds as a result of escaping a knife crime or losing control of his car.  

Brooks, who was arrested on Monday for five murder charges in connection to the deaths he caused at Sunday’s Waukesha Christmas Parade were already charged. 

Brooks was charged with five counts of murder for the lives he took at the Waukesha Christmas Parade on Sunday night

Brooks was charged for five murders he committed at Sunday’s Waukesha Christmas Parade.

After Brooks tried to cheat on his girlfriend, the Milwaukee District Attorney’s Office acknowledged that it was inappropriate for Brooks’ release from jail with a $1,000 bond.

Brooks (39) was taken into police custody in Waukesha. He had his Ford SUV, a red Ford, parked in an area five blocks from where it passed through dance groups and kids.

This amateur rapper is a victim of a lengthy criminal history that dates back to 1999. He was arrested for possession of drugs and strangulation, suffocation and battery. 

He was running from a domestic disturbance when, after smashing safety barriers and speeding past police, he crashed into crowds. One officer tried to stop him by shooting at his car but he stopped because there  were too many people around for him to safely fire his weapon.

Brooks had just fled his home when police arrived to confront him. He plowed through the crowds and killed five people. 

The victims have been identified as Dancing Grannies Virginia Sorenson, 79, Leanna Owens, 71 and Tamara Durand, 52, Citizen Bank employee Jane Kulich, 52, and 82-year-old Wilhelm Hospel, the husband of one of the grannies. 

Brooks was arrested by the Waukesha Police department on five charges of murder. 

Milwaukee Dancing Granny Virginia Sorenson

Milwaukee Dancing Granny Virginia Sorenson

Milwaukee Dancing Granny Virginia Sorenson was 79 and one of five adults who were killed Sunday by the driver as he drove through the crowd.

Jane Kulich was a Citizen Bank employee who was walking with a parade float before she was fatally struck

Dancing Granny Betty Butula Streng, who had just joined the group, was also badly injured. The degree of her injuries is unknown but she's now in ICU, according to members of the community

Jane Kulich, left was an employee of Citizen Bank who was walking alongside a parade-float float when she was struck and killed. Betty Butula Streng was another Dancing Granny that was hurt.

He was charged with domestic violence after he tried to run over his ex-wife, who is the mother of his child at a station gas station. He posted his bond of $1,000 on November 11. 

On Monday, the Milwaukee County DA’s Office published a statement acknowledging that his bail was ‘inappropriately lower’ due to his criminal past. The DA’s Office stated that they had launched an internal investigation to determine why the bond was granted to him to continue his criminal history.

After Kyle Rittenhouse’s conviction for murder, the court found that he was acting in self-defense when he attacked the Christmas parade and shot two others. 

Rittenhouse stated in an interview on Monday that he is ‘not racist’ and supports Black Lives Matter.

“This case is not related to race. The case never involved race. In an interview with Tucker Carlson, Fox News’ 18-year old son said that it had to do about the right to defend himself. Rittenhouse, like the men he shot was white.

Kyle Rittenhouse on Monday night accused Joe Biden of defamation, saying he acted with 'malice' and his lawyers were contemplating suing

Kyle Rittenhouse, Monday night’s accuser of Joe Biden’s defamation claim that Biden acted with “malice” and his attorneys were considering sueing

Rittenhouse was just 17 when he travelled 20 miles from Antioch, Illinois to Kenosha (Wisconsin), where he had protested the August 23 shooting by Jacob Blake. 

After George Floyd died in Minneapolis, the police used force to kill him.

Rittenhouse was armed with an AR style semiautomatic rifle and joined other people who stated they wanted to protect private property against potential damage, on August 25, 

Prosecutors claimed that the teenager was an aspiring soldier who came looking for trouble at night. Rittenhouse argued that Rittenhouse fired because he was afraid for his own life and in self defense after being attacked.

Rittenhouse claimed that Rittenhouse believed the jury reached the correct verdict, stating that it wasn’t Kyle Rittenhouse who was being tried in Wisconsin. He said it was the right for self-defense during the interview. “And if they were to convict me… No one would have the right to defend themselves against attackers.”

He claimed that certain people, such as those making threats to him, are too ignorant to consider the facts.

Rittenhouse quickly became a rallying call for Second Amendment supporters and people angered at the violent protests in American cities following Floyd’s passing.

Rittenhouse was photographed before his trial together with one or more members of Proud Boys. Rittenhouse’s lawyers have stated that he is not white supremacist.

I’m not a racist. Rittenhouse said to Carlson, “I support the BLM Movement, I support peacefully protesting.” Rittenhouse said that his life felt extremely defamed and suggested that he might take action by saying that he has good lawyers that are handling that matter right now.

Some of the blame for all the vitriol that he received after and during the trial is laid on President Joe Biden, whom he accuses of ‘defamation and malice’ following the president’s last-year labeling him a white supremacist. According to the teen, he is considering legal action.