Rittenhouse trial captures national pro/con audience

By Perly Viasmensky
Las Vegas Tribune
The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, In Kenosha, WI, had many people glued to their television sets; everybody had a different opinion on the case. One thing is for sure, the young man was unjustifiably denied a GoFundMe for his defense.
Several accounts were suspended by Twitter if they had any wording of defense for the young man.  Apparently, Jack Dorcey, the CEO of Twitter, is against justice, which is the reason why he will never see my name on Twitter.
The Libertarian Party of Kentucky sent out a tweet in support of Rittenhouse saying: “Watching this trial, it’s ever more obvious that Kyle Rittenhouse did nothing wrong.”
The account was suspended by Twitter for “glorifying violence” and the tweet had to be deleted before the account could be reinstated.
Joe Biden falsely labeled Rittenhouse in Twitter a “White supremacist terrorist,” but Twitter allowed it to stay.
People sometimes don’t think before putting anything in writing. Doesn’t Joe Biden realize that many Americans consider his son, Hunter, a “White supremacist pervert?”
Last summer Ayanna Pressley, one of the “Squad” members had the audacity to call Kyle Rittenhouse in Twitter a “White supremacist domestic terrorist” who killed two people and injured another. Twitter
allowed that tweet to stay.
Ironically, the man Kyle Rittenhouse injured, testified in court that he pointed his own gun at Rittenhouse before he was shot.
We have no idea why people insist on using Twitter when in reality that site is just a front for famous communists in the country and Jack Dorsey is one of the worst, who doesn’t believe in justice.

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