BREAKING: Media COVER-UP Exposed – This Is Sick

The Washington Post, CBS News, the Associated Press (AP), and other media outlets have been criticized for labeling the deadly rampage during a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, as a “parade crash.”

On Sunday, the suspected driver Darrell E. Brooks Jr. drove into crowds of people attending the Waukesha Christmas parade, killing six people, including one child; 62 others were wounded. According to authorities, Brooks’ alleged act was “intentional” and occurred shortly after a domestic disturbance incident. Contrary to earlier reports, the suspect was not pursued by police at the time of the attack.

However, CBS News decided to label the incident a “parade crash” when covering the court appearance of Brook’s on Tuesday, where he was charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide.

“The man accused of deadly Christmas parade crash in Waukesha, WI makes his first court appearance,” CBS News announced.

CBS News lead national correspondent David Begnaud echoed the “parade crash” label as he announced the sixth confirmed fatality – eight-year-old Jackson Sparks.

CBS News headline read “parade crash suspect”:

The Associated Press repeated the same label, referring to Brooks as a “parade crash suspect.”

The Washington Post had two headlines describing the SUV slamming into the crowd with no mention of attack or massacre.

“Child is sixth to die after SUV slammed into parade in Wisconsin, prosecutor says,” read one WaPo headline.

“Waukesha Christmas parade crash: Five victims identified; driver fleeing knife fight, authorities say,” read another headline.

Sky News, ABC News, The Hill, NPR, and CNN also labeled the attack a “parade crash.”

The comments flooded in, the minimizing labels were criticized after the severity of Sunday’s events.

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