The Washington Post went viral Wednesday night over a tweet suggesting the SUV involved in the Waukesha parade attack was responsible for the massacre.
Darrell Brooks was charged with intentional homicide after driving his SUV through a crowded street commemorating the holiday season, resulting in the deaths of six people ages 8 to 81 and injuring dozens more.
However, a tweet from the Post seemed to place the responsibility on Brooks’ vehicle than the career criminal himself.
“Here’s what we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the Waukesha tragedy caused by [an] SUV,” the paper tweeted.
In the article chronicling the events of the parade, the Post continued to rely on the vehicle as the apparent cause of the bloodshed.
“A quarter-mile from the rotary building, at 4:39…