MSNBC Continues The Slander: “White Supremacists in Congress Celebrating Little Murderous White Supremacist Rittenhouse [VIDEO]

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Kyle Rittenhouse is about to have a few new targets for his defamation lawsuit.

After the 18 year old was found not guilty on Friday, the hosts at MSNBC had a collective meltdown. Tiffany Cross went as far as to falsely claim that there are white supremacists in congress and that Rittenhouse is a “murderous little white supremacist”.

“I find these people disgusting, Elie, I’m disgusted at what I’m seeing,” Cross said, referring to Matt Gaetz after he expressed his desire to hire Rittenhouse as an intern. “It’s not just this trial, it’s other trials, but this in particular.”

The fact that White supremacists roam the halls of Congress freely and celebrate this little murderous White supremacist, and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws, they represent the legislative branch of this country,” Cross said to her guests. “What are we to make of that?”

Watch below:

“Welcome to the modern Republican party,” Mystal replied. “This is what these people want, and this is what a majority of White people vote for,” they said.

“This is what they want. Matt Gaetz is giving the White folks what they want,” he said. “Look at it. Look at yourselves. It’s gross!”

“Until a majority of you stop voting for this, this will keep happening,” said Mystal.

Looks like Rittenhouse can add another several million dollars to his retirement fund!

This story syndicated with permission from Clayton Keirns – Trending Politics

Notice: This article may contain commentary that reflects the author's opinion.

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