Posted on November 19, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Acquitted

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, November 19, 2021

The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, despite some rumors of holdouts, acquitted the defendant of all charges. He’s a free man.

The reaction from verified users on Twitter, including some public officials, is chilling.

Keith Olbermann was blunt.

The headline below may look extreme but it is a real article.

This was retweeted by MSNBC, which has been particularly vehement in criticizing the verdict.

A push to scrap self-defense laws can probably be expected.

Congressman Jerry Nadler doesn’t seem to care about illegals crossing our national borders, but he believes the fact that Kyle Rittenhouse crossed state lines justifies a Department of Justice investigation. Will the federal government try to bring new charges against Mr. Rittenhouse?

And does he think that looters and arsonists are exercising their First-Amendment rights?

A verified Twitter user doesn’t appear to understand the English language.

At least one protester had a hard time with the verdict:

The NASCAR driver whose garage cord spawned an FBI investigation also has a strong take.

Colin Kaepernick:

Actress Rosanna Arquette:

She may want to consult a lawyer before making such statements.

I’m not sure about the following legal opinion.

A former member of the Colorado House of Representatives:

How deep does the Nazi conspiracy go?

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is also unhappy.

It was justice and we know it.

This person has it figured out:

A verified user with almost a million followers says this:

A former NFL Quarterback:

A Hollywood screenwriter:

Tariq Nasheed:

If only it were that simple.

Pictures often speak louder than words. The United States of America is not a nation, but a territory occupied by at least two distinct nations.

We need to follow Thomas Jefferson’s advice and live apart.