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Old 09-25-2020, 01:17 AM
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Default Amazing, massive banner by Bulgarian soccer fans (of all people) celebrate "hero" Kyle Rittenhouse

U must look, see this HUGE banner these Europeans (soccer fans at a stadium) made for Kyle (of all people)--but he IS a hero--only 17 yrs old--too young to be the typical American coward, evidently.

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Bulgarian Soccer Fans Hold ‘Kyle Rittenhouse Did Nothing Wrong’ Banner

U.S. politics reaches Europe in big way

Lionel Du Cane | National File - September 24, 2020 21 Comments

Link: https://www.infowars.com/bulgarian-s...-wrong-banner/

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A viral image from Bulgaria has circulated the internet with a political banner that reads “Kyle Rittenhouse Did Nothing Wrong… He is a hero…” despite many on the left, and big tech company Facebook, determining the 17-year-old is guilty without a trial.

Before a recent fixture, hardcore supporters for one of the Eastern European’s capital city’s main teams came out with a politically-charged message that has captured an international audience.

Now, the CSKA Sofia ultras in Bulgaria have conferred their support behind the teenager who has become something of a meme and an icon across the worldwide web.

The banner — posted front and center in the image — has a depiction of gun-toting Rittenhouse sat on the ground brandishing his rifle in an identical position to where he shot two rioters after being bundled to the ground by skateboard-wielding Anthony Huber, who has become something of a hero in left-wing circles despite domestic abuse priors discovered by internet sleuths.

this is in bulgaria pic.twitter.com/QB0U20CIPf

— Brick (Smidged Up) (@TheHinduDindu) September 24, 2020

Rittenhouse is currently facing murder charges after shooting three left-wing protesters — killing two, severely wounding another — during a night of rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after he was ostensibly attacked with a Molotov cocktail by one protester, a skateboard by the second, and threatened with a handgun by a third — who had his bicep shot off.

The young Antioch, Illinois, resident has become center of much polarized debate in recent weeks as right-leaning press continues to unearth footage favorable to the defendant’s case.

On another soccer-related note, the Glasgow City women’s soccer team went a different route and decided to wear Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s name on their kit this season to celebrate the life of the recently deceased U.S. Supreme Court judge — as she was a champion for women’s rights and equality.

“We champion change and equality,” said club manager, Laura Montgomery, according to The BBC.

“RBG certainly gave all of us hope of an empowered future and we want to be able to honour her in this simple way.”

Soccer fans in Eastern Europe vs Soccer team in Western Europe pic.twitter.com/gIwEQuRnOD

— Orwell & Goode (@OrwellNGoode) September 24, 2020

“A pioneer, feminist icon and role model, her work, rulings and dissenting opinions have paved the way for justice, equality and civil liberties,” Montgomery added.
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Old 09-25-2020, 07:51 PM
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Default Re: Amazing, massive banner by Bulgarian soccer fans (of all people) celebrate "hero" Kyle Rittenhou

Mother of alleged Kenosha shooter gets standing ovation at GOP event

Link: https://www.yahoo.com/news/mother-al...210905177.html

Josh Marcus
The Independent ●September 25, 2020, 4:09 PM

The mother of Kyle Rittenhouse, an Illinois teenager charged with fatally shooting two people and injuring a third in August during Black Lives Matter protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, received a standing ovation at a Wisconsin GOP event on Thursday.

Rittenhouse, 17, is being charged as an adult for six counts, including two of first degree murder, for allegedly shooting Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum with a semi-automatic, military-style rifle. He has become a cause célèbre among conservatives, and has attracted millions to his legal defence as he fights extradition to Wisconsin.

Michelle Malkin, an alt-right figure and political commentator who invited Rittenhouse’s mother and lawyer to the event Republican Women of Waukesha County event, is associated with a variety of white supremacist figures and ideas, according to the Anti-Defamation League. She has defended Japanese internment and post-9/11 racial profiling of Muslims, the ADL says, and has called Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization and mocked when its supporters got hit by cars.

Days of demonstrations occurred in Kenosha in late August after video showed police shooting Jacob Blake, who is Black, seven times in the back on August 23 while his children were reportedly in the car. He is now paralysed.

Blake was facing a July arrest warrant for sexual assault, trespassing, and disorderly conduct at the time of the incident, when the woman whose complaint prompted the charges called 911 to alert police to Blake’s presence at her home. The Department of Justice is investigating the incident.

On August 25, Rittenhouse travelled to Kenosha from his home in Antioch, Illinois, with the rifle, which he was too young to legally carry, and joined the scores of armed conservative vigilantes converging around businesses at the protests.

Videos from the night of the shootings shows Rittenhouse at various points. In one instance, 15 minutes before the shooting, police drive by and offer Rittenhouse and others water out of appreciation. Patchy footage of the shooting incident shows Rittenhouse being pursued by a group attempting to seize his rifle, beginning to shoot, and then police initially ignoring him as he walks toward them with his hands up.

Counter-demonstrators armed with military weapons and body armour are becoming an increasingly common sight across the country at Black Lives Matter protests.

Read more [see site link, above--this doesn't seem to have a working link--I already tried, got zilch.]
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