Critical Race Theory Proven

Let’s be clear. If Kyle Rittenhouse were Black, he would never have gone to trial for murder — because the cops would have shot him dead on the spot on the streets of Kenosha.

Speculation? Maybe, but it’s speculation backed up by history.

Under Wisconsin law, and just by virtue of common sense, it’s not self-defense when you create the danger you’re in. You can’t set a fire and then…




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