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The results of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial ignited in an ugly but predictable temper tantrum on Twitter when leftists swarmed to howl all their outrage after a jury acquitted the demonized teen for defending himself during last summer’s Kenosha, Wisconsin riots.

One of those who joined fellow members of the hateful hive in wailing that the jury’s verdict was a triumph of white supremacy was Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL quarterback turned self-styled Twitter race prophet who never fails to surface whenever the opportunity arises to stir the pot and dispense his nuggets of “wisdom” which are gobbled up by his cult-like devotees in the media.

No sooner had Rittenhouse been set free from the disgraceful actions of malicious prosecutors and a press that behaved like a vengeful lynch mob instead of unbiased observers than Kaepernick took to Twitter to angrily denounce a jury system that has been a cornerstone of the American legal system since the nation’s birth as a “system built on white supremacy” and that the jurors’ decision was further proof that entire system needs to be demolished, a central organizing principle of the modern American left.

According to the one-time San Francisco 49er turned racial grievance grifter, “We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terroristic acts of a white supremacist.”

“This only further validates the need to abolish our current system. White supremacy cannot be reformed,” he added.

Nearly immediately after his finger was lifted off of his phone screen, an all-out blitz of mockery and condemnation was dialed up on Twitter.

Once a young gunslinger who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl with his on-field heroics  – and nearly won the game – Kaepernick’s gridiron skills declined over the subsequent seasons, eventually leading to his replacement by the immoral Blaine Gabbert until he was rescued from a lifetime of irrelevance following his decision to dishonor the U.S. flag and troops by taking a knee during the national anthem, a nose-thumbing at America that led to his canonization by a media that wears its own contempt for the nation and its history like a badge of honor.

Kaepernick’s latest racially-charged tweet comes after he likened the NFL player combines to slavery in a new Netflix series on his life that showcases his bitterness toward the “white supremacist’ system that made him rich and which, despite his insistence that the deck is stacked by an oppressive system, proves that America is still a land of opportunity where even an inarticulate ignoramus can be wildly successful.

Kaepernick wasn’t the only sports figure to take to Twitter to vent, as NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, who was the beneficiary of a hate hoax last year when he claimed that a garage door pull was a noose, also decried the verdict.

While malignant troublemakers like Kaepernick seek to portray a trial in which a white young man killed two white guys in self-defense – one a serial pedophile – as “white supremacy,” their one-trick act is growing increasingly tiresome. And if there is one major benefit of the Rittenhouse trial other than the preservation of justice it is that the clowns and con artists who sow racial divisiveness to build their Twitter brands will further discredit themselves.

Chris Donaldson

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