The mass shooting in Buffalo was worse than what happened to George Floyd and was on par with Charleston, but it is not going to have the same impact and that is largely thanks to the Biden administration which sees tragic mass shootings through the lens of Wokeism.
“Back when another tragedy struck the community of Waukesha, Wisconsin, Biden did not travel to visit the site of the massacre. In November 2021, an SUV drove into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, killing six people and injuring another 61. Darrell E. Brooks, 39, was arrested and charged with six counts of first-degree murder, 61 counts of reckless endangerment, six counts of hit and run resulting in death, two counts of felony bail jumping, and two counts of misdemeanor battery. …
Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at the time that there was no plan for Biden to visit Waukesha, explaining that “any president going to visit a community requires a lot of assets” and requires “taking their resources.” …”
Everyone knows that what matters is that Buffalo fits the narrative. It is useful and can be used to foment hatred against Whites. In fact, the shooter Payton Gendron anticipated how the media would react in his manifesto. Gendron was counting on the “journalists” to ratchet up racial tensions.
“President Joe Biden is facing criticism from Republicans for his upcoming visit to Buffalo, New York after the mass shooting there, but refusing to visit the scene of the deadly Christmas parade attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin in November.
‘Last year when Darrell Brooks murdered six innocent people and injured over 60 during the Waukesha Christmas parade, the White House claimed President Biden couldn’t go to Waukesha because it would require too many ‘assets’ and ‘resources,’ Republican Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin told DailyMail.com in a statement.
‘But within hours of the most recent senseless tragedy, the White House apparently found the resources to plan a presidential trip to Buffalo,’ he added. ‘These horrors deserve equal attention from the President of the United States, and the media should be pointing out the disparity in his response.’ …”
Buffalo is “a story about race in America.”
Joe Biden didn’t want to draw attention to what happened in Waukesha. The media didn’t see any connection to the mainstreaming of systematic racism either.