Here are all the blue checkmarks—including a sitting Congresswoman—still arguing that Kyle Rittenhouse is a "white supremacist murderer"
· · Nov 19, 2021 ·

Kyle Rittenhouse on Friday was found not guilty of multiple charges related to his self-defensive firearm usage in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year.

For over a year now, people have been insisting, without evidence, that Kyle Rittenhouse is in some way a "white supremacist." Even President Joe Biden, as a candidate last year, suggested as much.

Following the news of Rittenhouse's acquittal, commentators and even one sitting Congresswoman took to social media to continue insisting as much.

We've linked to the tweets below but have also preserved them with images just to ensure easy access for readers, reporters, legal teams—whoever may have any use of them.

Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush:

California Congressman Eric Swalwell:

Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley:

Former NFL player Colin Kaepernick:

Writer and professor Roxane Gay:

The anti-gun group March For Our Lives:

The National Women's Law Center

The progressive group Indivisible:

Virginia attorney Qasim Rashid:

Activist Bree Newsome:

Author Stephen King:

...Who was then murdered by Ben Shapiro:

Some lady named Meredith:

Director and pole dance instructor Kelechi Okafor:

It was a couple of days ago, but still, actress Chelsea Handler:

Hope Kyle Rittenhouse is getting those defamation lawsuits ready!


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