Liberals are losing their minds right now over the fact that Kyle Rittenhouse was thankfully found not guilty in his double homicide trial this afternoon. Unsurprisingly, the “woke” athletes Colin Kaepernick and Bubba Wallace have wasted no time in giving their thoughts about this verdict and using it to push their race-baiting agendas.

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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was quick to blame “white supremacy” for the 18 year-old Rittenhouse being found innocent.

“We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terroristic acts of a white supremacist,” Kaepernick tweeted after the verdict was read. “This only further validates the need to abolish our current system. White supremacy cannot be reformed.”

NASCAR star Bubba Wallace got in on the action as well, indicating without evidence that Rittenhouse would have been hit with a different verdict if he were black.

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“Ha, let the boy be black and it would’ve been life…hell he would’ve had his life taken before the bulls*** trial.. sad,” Wallace tweeted.

The liberal elites of Hollywood are coming unglued tonight over this verdict as well.

“The miscarriage of justice today is enraging,” tweeted former “One Tree Hill” star Sophia Bush. “This is white supremacy in action. This is hideous. He murdered people, bragged about it while throwing white power signs in a bar, and then manufactured tears to claim that despite his AR-15 HE was in danger. And he got off. Unreal.”


These celebrity elites are doing everything they can to help the media, which is continuing to push the false “white supremacy” narrative in regards to this case.

“The media is going to play this game again,” said The Federalist’s Ben Domenech. “They will be drawing this out and doing their best to spin this result into yet another indication of white supremacy.”

Domenech added that the riots that occurred in Kenosha, Wisconsin left American citizens like Rittenhouse feeling like they had no choice but to defend themselves.

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“This past summer … people felt like cops weren’t there to protect their property,” Domenech said. “If you’ve lived through that, it is a feeling that no one else is there for you, to solve your problems or defend you, so you have to defend yourself.”

Despite what the celebrities, athletes, and members of the media are saying, many would argue that justice prevailed today.