The National Guard has been called to Kenosha, WI.
Because we’re expecting the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case any moment now.
And leftists have publicly declared that they are prepared to riot if they don’t get the result they want.
Of course, the irony is that if the National Guard had been deployed during the BLM riots, it’s unlikely that Rittenhouse would even be in this position.
Democrats and their allies in the media have pushed the narrative that Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty of murder.
However, all the evidence (including the eyewitness testimonies of the prosecution) prove that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense.
Do not be surprised if this is a unanimous “innocent” verdict.
More details below:
JUST IN – Gov. Evers authorizes the deployment of National Guard troops to Kenosha in anticipation of Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 12, 2021
The only reason Kyle is on trial is because Kenosha refused to accept National Guard help to keep its community safe from anarchists.
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) November 12, 2021
Let’s not forget who’s responsible for the deaths in Kenosha.
3. Police Chief
— Stacy Rae 🇺🇸 (@stacyhrae) November 12, 2021
Unfortunately, after being emboldened by the BLM riots of 2020, leftists are preparing to destroy Kenosha if Kyle is found to be innocent.
The National Guard is preparing to head there.
According to Newsweek:
Wisconsin is preparing for the verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial and National Guard troops are ready to head to Kenosha in case Governor Tony Evers decides that their mobilization is necessary.
The murder trial of the now 18-year-old, who allegedly fatally shot Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounded one person, Gaige Grosskreutz, during Black Lives Matter protests in Kenosha in 2020, continued this week. Rittenhouse was 17 at the time of the incident.
Though no official announcements were released about the number of troops that might be deployed or details concerning the mobilization plan, Wisconsin talk show host Dan O’Donnell tweeted that the governor planned to send out National Guard troops to Kenosha, citing law enforcement sources.
“Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers is mobilizing 500 National Guard troops to Kenosha to be on standby when the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict is announced, multiple law enforcement sources say,” O’Donnell wrote. “A formal announcement is expected soon.”
Newsweek reached out to the governor’s office and the Wisconsin National Guard for comment but didn’t hear back in time for publication.
Evers’ office and Wisconsin National Guard officials told News 3 Now on Thursday that they are in contact with Kenosha law enforcement and are ready to mobilize troops if necessary, but they didn’t reveal any further details.
Will any of the rioters be charged with insurrection or conspiracy?
We doubt it.
Unfortunately, they’ve been protected by the left, so they likely feel empowered to riot again.
The BLM riots of 2020 caused dozens of murders and resulted in billions of damaged and stolen property.
Now, we know for a fact they are planning to do it again.
I think a great many people are projecting their unsubtantiated anger on to Kyle Rittenhouse because they don't want to confront the fact they enabled this whole fiasco by legitimizing riots and street violence for months before that night in Kenosha.
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) November 11, 2021
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 12, 2021
While some areas in Kenosha have been able to rebuild/recover from last year’s riots, other areas still bare the scars.
These pictures were taken today. Second pic shows an empty lot where small businesses that had apartments above it once stood. It was set on fire. pic.twitter.com/KYaaq67I1e
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) November 3, 2021
Things are so bad that even Chicago is preparing for the riots.
Keep in mind, Chicago is in Illinois, not Wisconsin.
If Chicago is preparing for riots, then it is likely that there will be violence and bloodshed in Kenosha.
The Chicago Sun Times confirms:
The Chicago Police Department has canceled regularly scheduled days off starting Friday and through the weekend in apparent anticipation of civil unrest in the event that Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted.
The internal memo circulated to rank-and-file officers makes no mention of the Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha or a potential verdict.
It simply states that, starting with the first watch Friday, regularly scheduled days off for all sworn personnel will be canceled.
“All RDO personnel will be attired in the prescribed regulation field uniform of the day, including helmet, baton and yellow safety vest,” said the memo, dispatched by a sergeant on behalf of First Deputy Police Supt. Eric Carter.
The connection to the Rittenhouse verdict was made by Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara, who accused the city of violating a mediation settlement by failing to provide notice to officers before canceling their days off.
“This is clear violation of what we came to [agree upon]. There was no notice. They do not get to just keep saying, ‘We need manpower just in case a verdict doesn’t go positive’ and, all the sudden, there’s upheaval,” Catanzara told his members in a video posted on the union’s Facebook page.
“That’s not the way this department needs to be [run]. But that’s what happens when you put a hat in charge of doing the mayor’s bidding in the second spot. And you know who I’m talking about. It just doesn’t stop with this guy. He is such a pathetic leader. I don’t even know how he looks himself in the mirror.”
Catanzara was referring to Carter, a frequent target of the fiery union president’s blasts.
Based on the evidence presented and the bias of the prosecution, it is most likely that Rittenhouse will be declared innocent.
However, it’s impossible to tell what the jury decides until the actual decision is made.
Until then, all we can do is brace for any potential violence that is being openly planned by leftists.
Hopefully our leaders have learned that empowering law enforcement is key to preventing another scenario like this from happening.