To cut through all of the media hype---both from MSM outrage and Controlled Opposition celebrations---the Kyle Rittenhouse Case was a judicial farce from start to finish. This man never would have been charged or brought to trial if we had anything like a Rule of Law in the United States anymore. The Elites always stage these spectacles with a purpose---and they always get the outcome they want. It's a mistake to believe that acquittals like these were in the interests of Justice; they're in the interests of serving a purpose.
If upcoming events follow their usual pattern, we will soon see the following happen:
1. So-called 'race-riots' occur and/or a False Flag involving a similar incident under similar circumstances:
2. Outrage from the MSM and useless debate over "our broken Legal System."
3. Paid legislators will propose "reforms" already drawn up by Corporate think-tanks and rubber-stamped by the Bar Association.
4. The Elites will circumvent the Constitution, place Rittenhouse in Double Jeopardy, and convict him on some other fake charge.
5. The new 'reforms' will subvert Due Process even more than it's already subverted.
6. Ameroboobs will pat themselves on the back thinking they've really accomplished something when all they've done is surrender even more of their Rights.
Why do we think this? Because it's been the same story after every high-profile acquittal since the Rodney King set the precedent in 1992. The only difference this time is that then we had a failing but still functional Constitutional Republic. Since the Color Revolution we've had a failed Republic and a State dedicated to obliterating any vestiges of Democratic rule. The changes which come in the wake of this show-trial will be much deeper and more far-reaching than any that preceded them.
If anyone is inclined to doubt this, let's hear it from the Elites' own statements. From The Nation: "No doubt, some people will express shock at the verdict over the next few days. But Rittenhouse’s freedom is not a 'miscarriage' of justice—it is our white justice system working as intended. This system is designed to free people like Rittenhouse: white vigilantes who kill to maintain the best interests of whiteness."
From the DNC mouthpiece The New Republic: "And let’s reform white-privileged 'self-defense' that arises from both racial fear of Black people and animosity against people of all races who call for police and justice system reforms. Let’s take on the major policing reforms we need and ensure we have more diverse district attorneys and judges."
From the ACLU of Wisconsin: “Rittenhouse’s trial highlights an urgent need for reform for both police and the criminal legal system. The system is broken, and it desperately needs to be fixed."
From Wisconsin's Lt.Governor Mandela Barnes: "Over the last few weeks, many dreaded the outcome we just witnessed. We have seen so many black and brown youth killed, only to be put on trial posthumously, while the innocence of Kyle Rittenhouse was virtually demanded by the judge. This is just another example of the difficult road to justice in America, and while we can easily view this as a setback, we have to turn this into a moment to push even harder by staying engaged, by organizing for justice."
From Hollywood pundit George Takei: "Justice denied is a body blow to our national psyche. On trial was not only a killer, but a system that continues to kill. Today that system defeated true justice, once again. But mark these words: We will never stop fighting for what is right and just."
This is just the tip of the iceberg; as we're only a few hours from the verdict. While our nominal Head-of-State stated that the Junta intends to "abide by the jury verdict" that position may well change depending upon the will of his Corporate overlords. The Justice System didn't 'win' today: but it didn't die either. The Justice System was already dead. If the Justice System was functioning, there wouldn't have been a trial to begin with. The fact that it occurred at all is a positive demonstration that Justice is dead.
In an actual Justice System---as we formerly had---we would have had an Inquest, which would have come to the same conclusion and Rittenhouse would have gone home. But a Legal System based on actual Justice doesn't serve the purposes of those who actually control it today. While Rittenhouse gaining his freedom is good news, it's not the whole picture.