Don’t want to say I told you so, but…
Almost instantaneously I came across Mary Lemanski’s posts.
Lemanski is the social media director for the Democratic Party in DuPage County Illinois, and she took the time out of her day to post several tweets likening this vicious attack to Kyle Rittenhouse’s clear cut self defense case.
We are using images of her posts so that in case her actual posts are deleted they won’t be deleted from this article.
Let’s examine some of her posts:
Fox News shared our sentiment:
The messages appeared to mock the self-defense argument that Rittenhouse and his defense team made during their recent trial – an argument with which a Wisconsin jury apparently agreed as they found the 18-year-old not guilty of murder in connection with two shooting deaths last year.
Instead of showing support for the victims—actual victims, and not a convicted pedophile or a domestic abuser, Lemanski chose to mock these innocent people who showed up to a Christmas parade.
A proper response would have looked like this post from the Green Bay Packers Twitter page:
Our thoughts are with the community of Waukesha pic.twitter.com/xPRZcK1654
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) November 22, 2021
Mary Lemanski, the social media manager for the Democratic Party of DuPage County, Illinois, says the deadly #Waukesha Christmas parade incident is karma.
“The blood of Kyle Rittenhouse’s victims is on the hands of Wisconsin citizens, even the children.” pic.twitter.com/3WkzvSJu5J
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 22, 2021
The New York Post featured more of her recent comments:
On Monday morning, Lemanski said in a tweet: “I’m going to Hell because I already made a deal with the Devil that nobody else on Earth will go to Hell if I go. So, you’re welcome.”
Lemanski then posted the link to a report in The Hill about NAACP president Derrick Johnson calling the acquittal a “warning shot that vigilante justice is allowed.”