GOP Rep. Makes Far-Left Lawmaker Regret Rittenhouse Post

The moral depravity of Far-Left lawmakers and their supporters knows no bounds.

It doesn’t matter who you are, what you did, or if you’re innocent or guilty; if you’re white, you’re a threat to their mission of ‘woke’ dominance of politics and culture.

This glaring fact was proven on Thursday as the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial came to a close.

Hollywood liberals and left wing politicians couldn’t help but give their two cents just as the prosecution lost control and it appeared Rittenhouse was in fact acting in self defense.

New York Democrat lawmaker and arguably one of the most radically Left members of Congress took to Twitter in an effort to signal his wokeness. Despite prevailing evidence of self defense, he called for the jury to “Lock up Kyle Rittenhouse and throw away the key.”

This caused immediate backlash from Rep. Dan Crenshaw who immediately fired back.

This isn’t the first confrontation between Crenshaw and Jeffries:

Jeffries was named one of seven Democrat impeachment managers by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. He used his time in the national spotlight to endlessly fear monger and spread hateful rhetoric about then-President Donald Trump, making multiple Civil War references and deploying the unoriginal ‘Republicans are racist’ trope.

Tensions came to a head in July when Jeffries again referenced the Civil War, implying that Republicans somehow want to return to a time when slavery was legal.

Crenshaw fired back on Twitter with a blunt reminder of exactly which party had the history of racism, snapping, “You’re right, the Democrats lost.”

Crenshaw also offered some evidence to buttress his assertion:

Rep. Jeffries has a sordid history of making comparisons between Republicans and slavery, always utilizing the race card to further Democrats’ agenda.

During one interview Jeffries said, “We’re are facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War. That’s not hyperbole. Since the Civil War. The Confederates back then never breached the Capitol as insurrectionists did on January the 6th. I’m not saying this to alarm you; I’m saying this because you should be alarmed.”

However, history doesn’t back up Jeffries claims that GOP efforts were part of a “voter suppression epidemic,” which he blurted out on the House floor.

Every time the Voting Rights Act was reauthorized and signed back into law, it happened four times after 1965, it was signed into law by a Republican president; Richard Nixon, 1970, 1975, Gerald Ford, 1982, Ronald Reagan, 2006, George W. Bush.

But liberals don’t have to do their homework. They’re allowed to make any claim despite contradicting evidence in order to further their cultural and political stronghold over a population that wants so badly for them to just … go away.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney