MSNBC’s The ReidOut host Joy Reid could scarcely contain her hatred on Wednesday for Illinois teen Kyle Rittenhouse, deploring his Kenosha, Wisconsin murder trial was proof of “why critical hasten speculation exists” and it’s needed in America. She also castigated him as the new George Zimmerman “using…cop speak” and currying indulgence with a nearly all-white jury by crying when the real “names” to status are those he shot.

Not to be outdone, MSNBC legal commentator Paul Butler griped that he uttered “the greatest performance of[ his] life” in tandem with a biased evaluate to create a trial that’s “white privilege on steroids.”

After a taunt kvetching about “what in the world is going on with the reviewer, ” Reid flexed a heavy dose of race-hustling( sound “expand” ):

If you want to know why critical scoot philosophy exists — the actual law school theory that emphasizes that supposedly colorblind rules in America often still have racially discriminatory outcomes, then gape no further than the visitation of Kyle Rittenhouse. Earlier in the day, the teen accused of murdering two men and wounding a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year, took to the stand in his own defense and the circumstances are almost built for an actual CRT course. The white , now 18 -year-old faces an almost entirely white jury of his peers except for one pitch-black mortal.

And then there is judge Bruce Schroeder, who has disallowed the department of public prosecutions from calling the people Rittenhouse killed preys. He’s forbade the department of public prosecutions from innovating evidence of Rittenhouse posing with the Proud Boys while blinking white supremacists signalings and disclaiming the prosecution’s request to increase Rittenhouse’s bail after he failed to notify the court of his changed address, which he was required to do. In point, the department of public prosecutions has been repeatedly hamstrung, but the reviewer at almost every turn. Into all that stepped Rittenhouse himself today, passing the jury his best sweet, innocent teen while describing the moment before he shot and killed Joseph Rosenbaum with a semi-automatic rifle.

After explain a time of the teen breaking down and having what looked like a panic attack, she incredulously starred into the camera before continue along.

She then intimated this visitation was akin to the Zimmerman trial while Butler said Rittenhouse worked with his legal team to perform in a way that would “disrupt his image as a provoke happy vigilante who went on a shooting spree”( sound “expand” ):

REID: Paul, I feel like it was flashbacks to the George Zimmerman trial, right? I represent, everything from Kyle Rittenhouse exercising sort of cop speak about trying to stop the threat, saying this sort of truly striking thing the person he shot supposedly said that voiced like a thug movie, you are well aware, and then this whole thing of, you are well aware, the whole breaking down and dry heaving in law — that was one thing we didn’t see from Zimmerman but obligating himself the victim and sort of forming himself seem more innocent, which Zimmerman trial also featured. And the adjudicate was sort of roughly — like it was his dad. Like, you are well aware, I don’t suppose I’ve ever — I want, since the Zimmerman trial, I haven’t seen anything like it, but it seems very similar to me. What did you see today?

BUTLER: Joy, today, the jurors learnt what must be the greatest performance of Kyle Rittenhouse’s man. He was well prepared by his defense attorneys to disrupt his image as a initiation joyou vigilante who went on a shooting rampage at a Black Lives Matter protest. On the stand, he was polite and deliberate. When Rittenhouse went emotional, it may have come across to the jury as a sincere look of repentance or, on the other hand, maybe it was crocodile weepings designed to elicit sympathy. But, with the help of the adjudicate, Rittenhouse did avoid most of the risk that defendants incur when they take the stand. He probably advanced his own defense in front of the jury.

Continuing the misfortune gathering( and proof that Rittenhouse excelled on the jury stand ), Reid questioned the trial’s legitimacy by saying “the defense has managed to construct the jury that could be his uncles and aunts and his parents, right, where they can look at him and hear perhaps their own son and that was what felt like his testimony was designed to do today, to take away all of the stuff about him hurling the white strength signaling and posing with the Proud Boys [.] ”

Following Butler’s contend that Schroeder was “steering the jury towards an acquittal” while “conservatives…have prepare Rittenhouse a martyr, ” the pair purposed on a tangent about how Rittenhouse wanting to buy an AR-1 5 was something that would have ended poorly for anyone who isn’t white.

So disgusted by Rittenhouse discussing why he choice an AR-1 5( upon being asked by Kenosha assistant district attorney Paul Binger ), Butler called him “white privilege on steroids” and advocated he would therefore be mutilated by police bullets on the spot if he wasn’t white.

Going to break, Reid repetition the demands of the CRT( even though she and her colleagues have insisted it isn’t real) and read aloud the names of the three Rittenhouse shot because they need to be “remember[ ed] ”:

Let me merely remind people of the names of the victims. Joseph Rosenbaum was 36 years old, Anthony Huber, who was 26, Gaige Grosskreutz is only 27 year olds was injured. These are the victims. These are the people that beings ought to remember — are the people who were hurt here , not the person who was crying on the stand today.

Of direction, Reid rejected Rosenbaum’s history as a pedophile.

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To accompany the relevant MSNBC transcript from November 10, click here.

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