Saturday, November 20, 2021

Not Over: Kyle Rittenhouse Could Face Federal Charges As Rep. Nadler Calls For DOJ Review

Mod: Now that the clown show trial has finished, it's time for the real investigation to begin.

Kyle Rittenhouse Could Face Federal Charges As Rep. Nadler Calls For DOJ Review (PoliticusUSA link): Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Jerry Nadler is calling on the DOJ to review the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings for potential federal charges. Rep. Nadler tweeted: 

"This heartbreaking verdict is a miscarriage of justice and sets a dangerous precedent which justifies federal review by DOJ. Justice cannot tolerate armed persons crossing state lines looking for trouble while people engage in First Amendment-protected protest."

Kyle Rittenhouse Crossed State Lines Which Means That He Can Be Federally Charged

There are a wide variety of federal charges that Kyle Rittenhouse could potentially face that include civil rights violations and potential hate crimes. The Rittenhouse trial was so tainted by the judge’s behavior that the case deserves a federal review. The idea that a person can show up at a protest with a loaded assault weapon, killing two people, and then claim self-defense flies in the face of logic and common sense.

Attorney General Merrick Garland has made protecting civil rights a priority at the Justice Department. One can’t think of a bigger civil rights violation than being murdered while exercising one’s First Amendment rights.

The Rittenhouse case is crying out for a DOJ review.

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52 comments:

  1. Could Kyle Rittenhouse, Newly Acquitted Hero of the Right, Land a TV or Politics Gig?

    https://www.newsweek.com/could-kyle-rittenhouse-newly-acquitted-hero-right-land-tv-politics-gig-1649817

    He could be a big cable news draw for so-called conservatives who slobber over terrorists.

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    1. I kinda knew that was a republican area. I saw trump on tv saying he did it in self defence. It's no be place to pardon anyone, he has problems.

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    2. I surely hope he doesn't think he is untouchable now. And goes to another protest and kills someone else.

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  2. The terrorist lovers see this coming. Their claim is that since the gun was already in Wisconsin Kyle didn't cross state lines to commit murder. They're desperate and pathetic. See you in Federal court, suckers.

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    1. Feds are going to lock the veal terrorist up.

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    2. Good, a review of the actions surrounding this case are in order.

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    3. Personally, I think the straw purchase laws need to be looked at.
      I understand that Rittenhouse 'GIFTED' the money to his buddy, so that he could purchase the gun.
      Once Rittenhouse turned 18 then he was to buy the gun back from his buddy.
      Something sounds real fishy because Nicolas Black (the buddy) says that he bought the gun with Rittenhouse's money...(No mention of the money being 'gifted' to him)

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  3. Tesla ranks almost dead-last on Consumer Reports reliability list
    The electric car manufacturer now ranks 27th out of 28 car brands on Consumer Reports’ list, above only Ford-owned legacy luxury brand Lincoln. Much of it has to do with the overall instability of electric vehicles in general — especially SUVs — which Consumer Reports’ Jake Fisher said during a presentation are the “absolute bottom in terms of reliability,” according to Reuters.

    https://www.sfgate.com/tech/article/Tesla-ranks-almost-dead-last-Consumer-Reports-16632996.php

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    1. You could be in the nut house.

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    2. The Senate is half nut house. Mitch is the guy they go to for cigarettes.

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    3. I agree, he could be in the Senate, or more likely the House - that part of Illinois is full of trumpsters, including some in-laws of mine. What a frightening thought! Or, if the Justice Department nails him, maybe he'll get to share a jail cell with 45.

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  5. Legal jeopardy is far from over for Kyle Rittenhouse -- here's why

    https://www.rawstory.com/kyle-rittenhouse-trial-2655768232/

    Gun porn lovers of the veal terrorist lament.

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    1. This did happen in the infamous Mississippi Burning Trial The state of MS refused to prosecute the KKK members who murdered 3 civil righs activists, because the state of MS supported the KKK. So the federal government stepped in and prosecuted them for civil rights violations.

      I don't know if the DOJ will do that in this case though, or if they'll prosecute him for carrying weapons over state lines. But we can hope.

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  6. Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal in the Kenosha shooting after claiming self-defense will likely lead to more violent confrontations by armed people opposed to progressive protests, says Ja'han Jones, a writer for MSNBC's the ReidOut.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FHlTbOVuBM

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  7. How about implementing gun control like the rest of the civilized world - so that mothers driving their children to protests, while open carrying military style assault weapons wouldn't be deemed normal. America - give your head a shake.

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    1. Yes. The freedom to murder isn't in the Constitution.

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    2. "All lives matter" is a weird slogan for people who not only delighted in the deaths of two "libs" in Kenosha, but also call a world's worst 767,000 covid casualties "making America great".

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    3. You can’t say “All Lives Matter” while cheering on extrajudicial killings.

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  8. Cry babies are not allowed to own or use any weapons. If your a responsible person you do not lie and cry after using said weapon to shoot 3 adults and kill 2 of them. Keep a good watch on your 6, cry baby.

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  9. U.S. patrol boats sent to beef up Ukrainian Navy near Black Sea.
    The ship carrying the two Island-class patrol boats departed Baltimore for the Ukrainian port of Odessa on Nov. 8. Ukrainian sailors have already undergone extensive training on the vessels in the United States. Ukraine got two similar vessels in 2019.

    Kyiv lost most of its Black Sea naval power after the annexation of Crimea when Russia seized much of its navy. It has since been trying to rebuild its navy with the help of NATO countries.

    The U.S. State Department this summer approved the potential sale to Ukraine of up to 16 Mark VI patrol boats and equipment for an estimated $600 million.

    Ukraine, which strives to become a NATO member, received a large consignment of U.S. ammunition earlier this year and Javelin anti-tank missiles, prompting criticism from Moscow which has said it has serious security concerns about the prospect of Ukraine joining NATO one day.

    https://news.yahoo.com/u-patrol-boats-sent-beef-152536273.html

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  10. Nor are the people who support him, either.
    ‘Something is not right’: Jonathan Karl says Trump not mentally normal.

    “He comes out – he’s gregarious. He’s got a way of trying to charm you. He doesn’t seem like he’s somebody who’s completely insane at all.

    “He conducts himself, he conducts his business. But it’s the lack of any sense of remorse, I think, that really comes across as, there’s something that’s just not right.”

    Congress was forced to go into lockdown with lawmakers hiding in chambers and offices until security could be re-established.

    At leads 695 people have been arrested and charged with crimes in the wake of the violence.

    https://news.yahoo.com/something-not-jonathan-karl-says-201559342.html

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    1. Trump is not mentally ill in the sense that he can't help doing or doesn't understand the wrongfulness of what he does.

      He's a sociopath who knows exactly what he intends to do even though he's--fortunately for the U.S.--quite incompetent at just about everything he tries to do.

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    2. Donald Trump didn’t hijack the GOP. He understood that all of its talk of compassion & decency was just marketing. At its core, it really was a white vigilante glorifying, death threat defending, autocratic movement longing to be validated by a strong man. He read the room.

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    3. True 10:53. One of the biggest problems is human nature:

      It's far too easy for even the most incompetent of demagogues to convince the inferior that they're superior.

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    4. We must never again allow a sociopath at best or psychopath to be more accurate to live in our Whitehouse.

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  11. Shelbyville man charged in Capitol riot told federal agents: 'I may go down as a hero'.
    Mark Andrew Mazza is facing federal charges of illegal possession of a firearm on Capitol grounds, civil disorder, and assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers with a dangerous weapon after police recovered his gun from Capitol grounds and video footage showed him swinging a baton at police, according to the FBI.
    Agents arrested Mazza in his Shelbyville home this week, marking him as the ninth Hoosier to face charges in the insurrection. Mazza appeared in court for the first time Thursday. The U.S. judge withheld his bond.

    https://news.yahoo.com/shelbyville-man-accused-carrying-gun-200547375.html

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  12. One terrorist to another:

    Trump congratulates Rittenhouse on acquittal
    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/582455-trump-congratulates-rittenhouse-on-acquittal

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  13. Judge rejects Bannon effort to slow walk contempt case in 2021.
    The exchange was a precursor for what will likely become the biggest battle ahead of Bannon’s criminal trial for refusing to provide documents or testimony to House investigators probing Trump’s effort to overturn the 2020 election. Bannon is a key figure in their investigation; the Jan. 6 select committee believes he communicated with Trump at key moments in December 2020 and encouraged him to focus on stopping the Jan. 6 certification of the election.
    Corcoran also repeatedly suggested that it would be unfair for Bannon’s case to cause any delay to the hundreds of criminal cases related to the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol.
    Bannon faces two misdemeanor charges of contempt of Congress: one for refusing to testify and another for failing to deliver any of the documents the House panel sought. Each count carries a maximum possible sentence of one year in prison and a fine of up to $100,000.

    https://news.yahoo.com/judge-rejects-bannon-effort-slow-172930065.html

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  14. Biden and Garland had better start kicking some ass. America wants justice. Green jobs isn't cutting it.

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    1. Higher probability of Biden just kicking the bucket.

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    2. Trumpism is a death cult.

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  15. How in hell does a judge allow the victims to be called rioters and looters without any evidence they partook in any of that type of activity? And, if protesters, then that's legal and protected by the 1st amendment.

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  16. ‘GOD IS WEEPING’: FAITH LEADERS REACT TO RITTENHOUSE VERDICT

    https://sojo.net/articles/god-weeping-faith-leaders-react-rittenhouse-verdict

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    1. Im f*cking weeping. Who the f*ck picked that judge that was a clown and had a predetermined verdict before the trial even started?? Seriously. That judge was paid for. 100%

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    2. It wouldn't be surprising if the clown judge was auditioning for a run for Congress.

      Self-love: Malignant narcissist RWNJs love malignant narcissist nut jobs.

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  17. Q) What do Donald Trump and Kyle Rittenhouse have in common?

    A) They're both about to be dragged into Federal court.

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  18. Proud Boys call for 'stacking up' bodies 'like cord wood' after Rittenhouse verdict

    On Friday, NPR reported that extreme right groups are rejoicing at the acquittal of Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse — and are fantasizing about instigating more violence in their private channels.

    https://www.rawstory.com/proud-boys-2655766952/

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  19. This is just to remind all the Rittenhouse supporters that O.J was innocent, too.

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  20. Sweet! I hope teen terrorist and George Zimmerman both go to jail for life.

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  21. I jumped the fence into the polar bear enclosure at the zoo, then had to kill all the polar bears in self-defense.

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  22. They need to stop with these bullshit interviews discussing how everything could still turn out ok. Our justice system is a disaster, our country is literally falling apart, maybe it’s time to start some serious reporting on the true state of things.

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  23. I how the Feds retry him, give the families and nation justice.

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  24. Putin Dispatches Russian Vessels to Shadow U.S. Warships During Flare-Up, 2021.

    ABOARD THE USS PORTER, THE BLACK SEA—As the USS Porter entered the final hours of a transit across the Black Sea last week, an announcement came over the ship’s speaker system, portending a potential threat. A Russian military helicopter was minutes away, set to join a Russian frigate and cruiser that had been shadowing the ship for days.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin had just warned that U.S. ships in the Black Sea now were in his nation’s crosshairs. “This is a serious challenge for us,” he said.

    https://quebectribune.com/putin-dispatches-russian-vessels-to-shadow-u-s-warships-during-flare-up/

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    1. I’m sure all the Trumpfinks are cheering for the Russians.

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  25. What republicans are doing lately?

    Tech billionaire allegedly kept spreadsheet of 5,000 women he had sex with.
    According to the court papers, Goguen, 57, employs hundreds of residents in companies he controls, and owns a series of luxury “safe houses” where he takes dozens of young women for sex. He has a spreadsheet documenting his sexual encounters with 5,000 women, and even outfitted a local bar he owns with a basement “boom boom” room, which features a stripper pole. The underground enclave is allegedly used “to maintain women for the purpose of committing illicit sexual activity.”
    He started Amyntor Group LLC, a private defense contractor that, at one point, was in line to create a private spy network for the Trump administration, according to BuzzFeed. Negotiations were stalled because Goguen could not obtain a security clearance with the US government because of the allegations of sexual abuse, court papers allege.

    https://nypost.com/2021/11/20/billionaire-michael-goguen-allegedly-kept-spreadsheet-of-5000-sex-partners/

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  26. Obama-Appointed Federal Judge Blames Trump While Sentencing Capitol Rioter.

    Federal Judge Amit Mehta pointed the finger of blame at former President Donald Trump during the sentencing of Capitol rioter John Lolos.

    According to multiple reports, Mehta did not mince words when sentencing Lolo to 14 days in jail and $500.00 in restitution for his part in the attack.

    “People like Mr. Lolos were told lies, were told falsehoods, were told the election was stolen when it was not. Regrettably, people like Mr. Lolos who were told those lies took it to heart. And they are the ones paying the consequences,” Mehta said.

    “Those who created the conditions that lead to Mr. Lolos’ conduct have in no meaningful measure been held accountable,” Judge Mehta added. He told Lolos “You were a pawn. You were a pawn in the game played by people who know better.”

    https://www.mediaite.com/news/just-in-obama-appointed-federal-judge-blames-trump-while-sentencing-capitol-rioter/

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  27. Free carry has gone way to far to the point of ridiculousness. Any criminal can go out on the street and freely carry too. Protests in the past did not have weapons/guns.... We need our common sense laws back or it's only going to get worse.

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    1. Apparently you don't live in California.

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  28. This post just went over 10,000 hits.

    "Nobody reads the Tattler!"

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