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Bubba Wallace ponders Rittenhouse’s verdict, and it’s exactly what you’d expect

Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s only full-time black driver, took to Twitter on Friday to react to Kyle Rittenhouse’s ruling.

And yes, he weighed in on the same nonsense, the deafening tone that many of his ignorant social justice warriors have contributed to the vast amount of commentary on the famous case.

In case you missed it somehow, Rittenhouse has not guilty on all counts, including attempted murder and attempted murder.

The facts of the case made it clear that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense when he shot dead Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounded Gaige Grosskreutz during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year.

However, for more than a year, the established media and even the President Joe Biden painted Rittenhouse as a mad white supremacist – gasp! – state boundary crossing just to hunt down and kill innocent, peaceful, law-abiding protesters.

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Of course, the people he shot, were all white people criminal with long records including domestic abuse and child sexual abuse.

But you wouldn’t have known that from watching the trial on the news over the past few weeks.

Wallace, who is best known for mistook a tow truck for a noose briefly turned into a Jussie Smollett-esque hate crime that clearly went unnoticed.

“Ha, let the boy be unlucky and it will be life… the hell he will have to take his life before the bull trial.. so sad,” he wrote on Twitter.

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Poor Bubba. He just walked right into this one.

First of all, the argument that a black person would not be acquitted in similar circumstances is not admissible.

As several Twitter users pointed out, on the same day the jury delivered its verdict in the Rittenhouse case, a black Florida man was not guilty murder and attempted murder after he opened fire on the sheriff during a drug raid on his home.

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Andrew Coffee’s attorneys successfully argued that their client believed his home was under attack during the raid and acted in self-defence.

Did the establishment media lie about the Rittenhouse case?

However, Coffee still faces 30 years in prison for gun possession, so he actually has more in common with “victim“Compared to what he does with Rittenhouse, at least by this amount.

Rittenhouse and Coffee were not found guilty anyway because the evidence was established to the jury’s satisfaction that both acted. Self defence, period, and that’s how our justice system works.

Of course, Wallace may not have known the details of the Rittenhouse case, comparable cases involving black men that only received local coverage because they did not cover the establishment’s media.

No, Wallace was probably just following the trial offsite via wake-up Twitter and media bias.

Besides that, as many Twitter users were quick to point out, Wallace made it clear that his ideas about what’s involved with racism are pretty misleading:

The Rittenhouse trial clearly showed how quickly leftists construct narratives without considering facts.

Wallace’s lays out all that’s wrong with the national dialogue about race. If you believe white supremacy is upheld in our system, you’ll find racism where it doesn’t exist.

While imperfect by any means, the American justice system is designed to keep us all free and equal.

Convincing people that this system is rigged against them is a cruel ploy – and I pray that the Rittenhouse trial has opened up to many people the fact that the establishment’s media and celebrities leftist voices are lying to them.



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