Contains Opinion of the Writer
The not-guilty verdict of Kyle Rittenhouse prompted several protests across the country this weekend. But is that surprising? These people look for reasons to protest, so the verdict was the perfect opportunity for them.
NOTE: Kyle did not carry the weapon he used across state lines.
Protesters and rioters were in Kenosha surrounding the shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man, shot by a white police officer on August 23, 2020. Federal officials chose not to pursue charges in the case.
Blake had been tasered earlier that day by two officers who had tried to restrain him for a third-degree sexual assault warrant that was on him connected with domestic abuse.
Police officer Rusten Sheskey shot Blake several times when Blake moved toward him, wielding a knife. What did Blake think would happen when he threatened an officer with a weapon?
Officer Lives Matter and Officer Sheskey wanted to go home to his family after his shift. He had the right to defend himself.
Of course, the decisions from the Federal officials to not prosecute Officer Sheskey did not set well with BLM and Antifa. Thus riots and protests were prompted.
Kyle Rittenhouse was in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25, 2020, to protect private property and help as a medic after a call went out for volunteers to protect the city.
Three men, Joseph Rosenbaum, Anthony Huber, and Gaige Grosskreutz, chased the teenager with intentions to harm the young man. One hit Kyle with a skateboard, one had a gun, and the others kicked and hit him with their hands.
Rosenbaum, a convicted sex offender, had threatened Kyle earlier in the evening, chased him, thrown a bag at him, and lunged for his gun. Rittenhouse referred to the others as part of a mob chasing him. Every person who Kyle shot had attacked him.
Kyle Rittenhouse had every right to protect himself. The United States Second Amendment gave Kyle the right to have guns on his person. This time, the judicial system worked and an innocent man was acquitted.
The famous lines from BLM and their supporters are “If it had been a white man.” I get tired of hearing the line. It is not valid. I am tired of being told I am a terrible person because of the color of my skin.
Critical Race Theory teaches precisely that. We, as whites, should be ashamed. Wow. Isn’t that what racists do, make one race feel inferior to the other?
It is time to stop protesting and rioting every time a shooting involves a white officer and a black man. Guess what? Police officers shoot white people too, but you don’t see hard working American citizens tearing down cities and robbing stores in protest.
I am not racist. I have never been racist. I have always treated everyone with respect regardless of their race or sexual preference. Of course, I expect the same respect in return, but that is not what CRT teaches.
The communist wants to divide our country and they are doing an excellent job at it. I do not believe Martin Luther King Jr. would be proud of what his legacy is used for in our country.
As Americans, it is time we put aside our differences and work together to save our country.
We can start healing our division by putting an end to CRT, protecting our second amendment, and stop allowing the communist in the White House to dictate to us that one race is superior to the other and making police officers the enemy.
Please send a message to your congressmen and tell them to start protecting our rights and stop pandering to the communist regime in the White House that continues to divide us as a people.
You can call the United States Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121.
The operator will connect you to your state Senator’s office. You will find all of your Senator’s contact information here.
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