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Twitter Goes Full Revisionist on Waukesha Parade Attack

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(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Twitter algorithms have once more been used to push leftist propaganda in the hopes of influencing public opinion and election outcomes, Red State reported.

The most recent push has been related to the Buffalo shooting, which is of course being used to push anti-gun sentiment.

Twitter is also using the opportunity to cover over the racial motivations involved in last year’s Waukesha violence.

Soon after the Waukesha incident, the Washington Post even wrote a story suggesting that an SUV caused the deadly crime to happen.

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The Washington Post published that headline despite the police report that suggested the killer zig-zagged in order to hit as many people as possible.

CNN, not to be left behind, joined in the narrative-weaving fun:

“Waukesha will hold a moment of silence today, marking one week since a car drove through a city Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring scores of others,” they wrote.

Twitter itself has taken the narrative and run with it, suggesting that the car is the killer, and not the driver.

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The Twitter notification of the Waukesha event describes it as: “A 2021 attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in which a car drove through a Christmas parade is discussed in light of fatal shootings over the weekend.”

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