This week, Our Boy Kyle Rittenhouse posed for photos with alleged “Proud Boys” while drinking in a bar, wearing a t-shirt that read “Free as Fuck.”
Many from reddit, including the Wisconsin prosecutor’s office which I think is a reddit group, are not happy.
He was sort of giving them a reason to do something, but at this point I’m not really sure “don’t give them a reason” is a valid excuse for doing or not doing anything. Basically, they are going to “do everything,” so what difference does it make?
The only thing that matters now are optics. That is, the ability to appeal to the masses of Americans.
And Our Boy Kyle is the KING of optics. He kills Jew pedophiles in the streets and waves to the cops on his way home to pwn n00bz in Warzone.
He is literally the IRL MLG meme.
Kenosha County prosecutors are attempting to modify Kyle Rittenhouse’s bond agreement after they say the 18-year-old flashed white-power signs while posing for photos, drank several beers and was ‘loudly serenaded’ with the Proud Boys’ official song at a Mount Pleasant bar.
Rittenhouse, who is charged with shooting and killing two people and injuring a third during protests and unrest in Kenosha last summer, was released from Kenosha County Jail on a $2 million bond. That bond agreement, in its current state, does not restrict Rittenhouse from entering a bar or drinking alcohol – as those underage are allowed to do in the company of parents in Wisconsin – nor does it stop him from fraternizing with known members of white supremacist groups.
In a motion to modify Rittenhouse’s bond Wednesday, the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office details Rittenhouse’s Jan. 5 visit to Pudgy’s Pub with his mother. Rittenhouse stopped at the Mount Pleasant tavern shortly after pleading not guilty to homicide charges in connection to the Kenosha shooting. Rittenhouse’s attorneys argue he fired his rifle in self-defense.
According to documents from Kenosha prosecutors Wednesday, Rittenhouse, his mother and several other adults arrived at Pudgy’s Pub on Washington Avenue. Local law enforcement was soon notified of Rittenhouse’s presence there, and later gathered surveillance video and still footage of his visit to the bar.
Rittenhouse was at the bar for about an hour and a half, prosecutors say. He wore a t-shirt that read “Free as F***.”
After arriving outside at the bar, Rittenhouse posed for photos with two other men in his group. In these photos, Rittenhouse and the other men flashed the “OK” sign, which has been co-opted as a “white power” sign by white supremacists, according to prosecutors.
After posing for the photos, Rittenhouse entered the bar and was served a beer by the bartender, the motion states. He consumed a total of three beers in the time he was at Pudgy’s.
Within a few minutes of entering the bar, Rittenhouse was also “loudly serenaded” by five adult men in his group with the song, “Proud of Your Boy” – an obscure song written for the 1992 Disney film “Aladdin,” prosecutors state.
The white supremacist group, the Proud Boys, was in fact named after this song, and the song is sung by members of the group, the motion says.
Speaking of pudgys – I think Our Boy Kyle is getting in shape.
His arms look lean and tone in these pics.
You may be thinking “wow that’s pretty weird that a prosecutor would be talking about a song from Aladdin.” However, just to clear that up – the Wisconsin prosecutor is actually a man named Jafar, who is a longtime enemy of Aladdin.
So no, this isn’t just complete, abject nonsense – the prosecutor has a personal beef, due to his history with Aladdin.
Many have said that Jafar has a clear conflict of interests here, and should recuse himself as prosecutor. One might even suggest that Prosecutor Jafar sees a bit of Aladdin in Kyle, and that this is driving his weird behaviors.
One of the prosecutor’s demands is that Kyle “turn over the lamp immediately,” a demand that is not explained in the documents.
Probably, I could be wearing that one out a little bit there…
But yeah, in serious real life, these are the new terms that the activist prosecutors are demanding:
- The defendant shall be prohibited from possessing or consuming alcohol.
- The defendant shall not be present in any establishment where alcohol is served.
- The defendant shall be prohibited from making any public display of any “white power” or “white supremacy” signs, symbols, or hand gestures.
- The defendant shall have no contact with any known militia members or known members of any violent white power/white supremacist groups or organizations, including but not limited to the group identified as the “Proud Boys.”
At this point, why even have courts?
They could just say “you’re sentenced to whatever it says in the most upvoted post on reddit” and it would be the same thing.
I think our boy is gonna have some problems, what with Trump going out in a blaze of glory. From here on out, anyone on the right is basically going to be treated like an Islamic terrorist if Islamic terrorists were treated as you would expect a government to treat Islamic terrorists (that is to say, right-wingers are going to get treated a lot worse than Islamic terrorists are treated in real life).
On the other hand, a court that would convict Kyle of murder for defending himself against literal Jew pedophiles might worry about inciting a MAGA riot.
Also, it’s probably better if Lin Wood isn’t his attorney anymore, after all that stuff he wrote about executing Mike Pence for being a pedophile and so on. I haven’t read that he’s dropped Lin. I can understand being loyal to Lin, but I mean… Lin kinda lost the plot, and he’s probably going to end up charged with something himself.
Bro, I don’t even know.
What I do know is this: “Under the Sea” is a white supremacist anthem, mocking the fact that black people are poor swimmers due to their small chest cavities.
2022 headline: “White supremacist arrested for telling BLACK 7/11 employee ‘darling it’s better down where it’s wetter, take it from me.'”
(Later this year, the New York Times will change its style guide to say that every letter of the word BLACK should be capitalized when referring to people of African descent, because of the history of slavery and the Holocaust.)