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Friday, November 19, 2021

Verdict is in. Praise God! And now let the Lawsuits against the Driveby Media Begin!

Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts in Kenosha trial

Nick Sandmann has offered assistance to Kyle to sue the biased mainstream media for trying to guarantee a guilty verdict. In a column for the Daily Mail, Sandmann wrote this:


"Kyle was almost immediately labeled a 'white supremacist' and a 'domestic terrorist.’ To many, my red MAGA hat clearly meant that I was a racist," Sandmann continued. "Kyle wasn't given his day in court by his critics. And neither was I. The attacks on Kyle came from the national news media, just as they came for me. They came quickly, without hesitation, because Kyle was an easy target that they could paint in the way they wanted to."
Go for it, Kyle. Those reputation killers, who spend every waking hour figuring out how to convict their enemies for crimethink, not real crimes, need a big dose of reality. They supported the "heroes" out looting and burning our cities and murdering and injuring police officers. But were determined to get this good, patriotic kid who tried his best to avoid hurting anyone. God bless the jury who didn't let the intimidation tactics influence their judgment! I'm offering my rosary for them today.

And now we can watch Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon, and the whole miserable crowd foam at the mouth over the "deplorables" who dared to disagree with the guilty verdict they reached before the trial even began. Go suck eggs, you skunks.

Kyle being comforted by his attorney after the verdict. 


3 comments:

Aqua said...

I keep reading, and get the personals sense, that the tide of conflict in the forced imposition of leftist hell has turned at some recent point, but American's opposition to them has solidified into an effective and cohering force of its own.

Enter the trial verdict of Kyle Rittenhouse, who I consider a great American hero in the fullest sense of that word.

The verdict for innocence in this case was obvious from long before he went to trial. But he had his trial and the prosecution had every chance to make its best case. They now stand exposed as charlatans, perhaps exposed to tort liability for legal malpractice.

But that is what the legal system is for: it gives both sides a chance to state their case *before the Bar* and defend their position according to evidence, the law and the Constitution. Both sides must act in good faith and respect the legal process in arriving at our best good faith effort at determining truth. It is one thing to lose a case. That is fine. It is another thing entirely to be exposed as a charlatan and a subverter of the basic accepted principles of jurisprudence.

This trial was an attempt at a lynching, and I am profoundly grateful that Justice prevailed. Those who stepped out of legal line must now be held to account also.

Unknown said...

Couldn't believe the miracle! I prayed each day at Mass, Holy Communion, the Pardon Crucifix and during the day that the jury would not be intimated by the mob outside and the mob in the fake media. God and justice won this time, not evil. Thank you so very much God and Our Lady! I, too, hope that Kyle will sue the cable pants off CNN, MSNBC, NBC, the NY Times and others that lied and defamed him. God bless you Kyle/family/friends. Catherine A.

algran said...

Good comments Aqua. And I do apologize for misinterpreting your comments. God bless.