A Utah reporter ran a hit piece on a man who donated $10 to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund and got rightfully body checked for his nonsense

Apr 19th

If the media had their way, due process would be dead:

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That right there is Jason Nguyen, a reporter with ABC4 in Utah.

With everything going on in our nation, Jason thought it was super important to dox and harass a local paramedic who had the gall to donate $10 to Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who defended himself from violent rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer while authorities let the city burn.

One of the more famous things to come out of Kenosha's burning, of course, was CNN's stupid chyron:

While celebrities and politicians like Kamala Harris are praised for bailing out Antifa/BLM rioters, anyone who legally donates to the legal fund of a conservative who arguably acted in self defense is treated as a Klan member who hates puppies and sunshine.

Jason got said paramedic's name from a leaked list of private donations.

To make things worse, Jason gleefully reported that the paramedic is now under investigation from his employer for said legal $10 donation:

What an Orwellian clown.

Fortunately, a good percentage of people saw this grotesque hit piece for what it was. The reporter's tweets got ratioed to the moon, and I mean to the freaking moon:

Here were a few replies:

And here was the kill shot:

If you want a look at the difference between equality and equity, this is it. Equality says you are to be treated respectfully and fairly – to "do justice and love mercy."

"Equity" says you must be condemned if the powerful or the mob want blood.

Choose wisely.


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