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posted ago by axolotl_peyotl [M] ago by axolotl_peyotl +33 / -2

A megathread might help consolidate some of the Kyle-related posts over the next few days.

Live stream will be provided.

Any predictions?

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nc777 2 points ago +2 / -0

Law of polarity:
-Kyle walks
-Democrat / BLM / Riots* / Gun outrage.
Riots will cover for other real issues.
Whole thing plays like bad TV or freemie theater.

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MindlessRationality 4 points ago +4 / -0

I personally feel like this is part of the narrative the globalists want. Its too popular. It's everywhere. Nothing but this on all sides .... It's just another BLM from a new angle.

Just cause you agree with him, doesnt mean he is t being used as a weapon too. I am always wary when I see consistent coverage given to someone....it's usually planned.

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Snailracer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wouldn't be surprised if there is a middle of the night verdict to protect the jury and Kyle. Come morning they'll have nothing to cover, no one there to attack. Just some NG standing around.

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RageQuit 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is now an interesting theory with the jury leaving early yesterday.

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brahbruh 3 points ago +4 / -1

Prediction: the jury is hung on worries of riots, so the judge declares a mistrial with prejudice, exonerating Kyle Rittenhouse of all crimes charged. This results in nation-wide mayhem.

It's also worth exploring the possibility that @Another-1 is correct, that this is, in fact, a planned operation. I've been rooting for Kyle all along, knowing that the videos show clear self defense... but in the back of my mind I keep thinking about that hand signal he made toward the police. Nobody seems to spend much time talking about that. That was not a random gesture. That looked like a military or spec ops kind of hand signal of some kind.

It's not reasonable to assume that it is him LARPing, because I looked up all manner of commonly known military and police hand signals, and that was not one of them.

Even though everything else seems pretty clear-cut, I can't ignore the one glaring thing that is unexplainable.

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Forbidden_outcast 1 point ago +1 / -0

What hand signal are you talking about? Got me curious now

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

At the end of the sequence, I was watching live the night it went down, so I don't know what specific camera/video to look for, but at the end of the sequence of events when he walks toward the police trucks and he is standing in their headlights maybe 150 feet in front of them he put his hand in the air and does some kind of signal where he has two fingers together pointing up and then rotates his wrist/hand facing backwards in a very smooth and intentional manner. The way he moved his hand and wrist was definitely not some form of hands up for the police compliance or pointing at something or anything else, it was definitely some kind of signal.

There is a still shot of this hand signal sequence that is commonly used as one of the meme/hero/supportive photos of Kyle. That photo is from the opposite side as the video that I watched. In the video Kyle is facing toward the left/into the camera slightly, the police trucks are behind and to the left of the camera.

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nuffy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pretty sure that is a hand signal to assemble or “rally on me”.

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Skyrison 8 points ago +8 / -0

if they seriously convict ? this country is totally done for, and i dont want to hear another mother fucker EVER talk about "the justice system" or courts EVER FUCKING AGAIN

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +1 / -0

I stopped doing that a long time ago.

You notice how some decades ago the people in charge got the idea that if you just use certain words for something it changes what it is?

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Another-1 0 points ago +5 / -5

He'll be fine. The right can't sustain another devastating defeat. So much like Virginia, a bone will be tossed to keep the illusion going. Otherwise they risk losing participation on the right.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 4 points ago +5 / -1

glow harder

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Another-1 0 points ago +3 / -3

Interesting that the head mod of a conspiracy forum is choosing to publicly ignore yet another obvious conspiracy. I suppose you believe that any election the GOP wins is "fair and square" and any one they lose its because the other team cheated?

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +2 / -1

Instead of lashing out, it might be more helpful if you explain to us what the conspiracy is.

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str8outtagoycare 2 points ago +2 / -0

Communist do what they want, and throw conservatives a little win from time to time to quell the anger? Seems legit to me.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

that the head mod of a conspiracy forum

I'm not special, so stop treating me like I am.

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Another-1 -1 points ago +3 / -4

Awww feigned humility. Cute.

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clemaneuverers 3 points ago +3 / -0

Don't think Jury will be able to agree - don't know which counts exactly, but hung jury is my guess

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Corporis 2 points ago +5 / -3

Rittenhouse lawfully defended his own life against a bunch of pedophiles and abusers. He is clearly innocent of all charges, no shred of doubt about that after the video evidence which proves this without a doubt and it has been available from the day of the event. This trial is a fucking joke and he should be released immediately if there was any justice.

Rittenhouse has a clear case of malicious prosecution against the state and everyone involved on the prosecution side. It is a fucking miscarriage of justice that this trial is taking place at all.

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SuicideTruthbomber 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think the real goal here is to use race politics to assist in raising the bar of self-defence unreasonably high and to make it easier for them to pass gun control legislation.

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pizzakek 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think the judge is likely fair minded and sees good in him.

It is mostly a matter of how much fear they can induce in him, and his thought process about morals vs peace.

If he has family and becomes convinced they may become in danger following the process, he may chicken out of his fairness.

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xzars_folly 2 points ago +3 / -1

Trust me, they already have the Judge's children tied up in a basement somewhere with goons with guns who will blow the kids brains out the moment the judge don't do what they tell him.

Same for every juror. This outcome is already decided. I HATE IT, but its the way things be.

This is going to have to go to SCOTUS to be stopped.

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Systemdotoutdotprint 4 points ago +5 / -1

I think they are going to convict and throw the book at him. Dig into the defenses past there is a strong possibility that they are controlled opposition. Same for the judge. It is impossible for the jury to not be tainted with all the threats and media coverage they will convict because it’s what the globalists want. There will be no rioting afterwards. Just shifting back to covid bullshit…

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str8outtagoycare 1 point ago +1 / -0

Racine man (I forget which one) said his defence, who is from Racine is not to be trusted.

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Systemdotoutdotprint 1 point ago +1 / -0

U/trustthetruth is racine man… where is he when you need to him to go all cryptic on us

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xzars_folly 4 points ago +4 / -0

Its going to have the opposite effect. Its going to show the common person that there is no way to survive. The prosecution literally told the jury that if threatened you have to submit and let the bad guy kill you or else. They told people that if you try and defend yourself, you WILL be punished 1000000 times more harshly than the guy who attacked you (since the attacker is walking free.)

What they are doing is forcing the public to see the State is the #1 enemy to their own survival. They are causing the public to realize there is NO possible way they can ever be safe, and the state is their primary threat.

The same State that will NOT prosecute unapologetic criminals, and is releasing all the violent offenders from prison, then promising to jail you for life if you don't just give up and meekly die.

So in the end the state is going "citizen, you are going to die."

This is not going to demoralize. Its going to focus everybody on who the real threat in their lives are.

If this goes to convict....lets just say you don't want to be cop. Because while criminals have always killed cops, they are nothing to compared to Joe Citizen. Criminals are lazy, reactive, have no plan, and limp wristed. Joe Citizen is proactive, hard working, determined, capable of considerable forethought, and highly functional.

Remember the forces of a government are NOTHING compared to the violent power of the actual common man pushed into a no-win situation. Police in the USA are outnumbered actually about...300 to 1. They get by because less than 1% of the population are generally violent criminals. What do they do when 70% of the population are pushed so far into the corner its either the cop dies, or they die?

As a final note here, is a THEORETICAL discussion about what might happen in hypothetical context. I advocate nothing and legally cannot advocate any action but writing your elected officials to see this issue addressed. I am legally obligated under threat of arrest to remind you that nobody should ever consider any kind of violence.

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Systemdotoutdotprint 3 points ago +4 / -1

Everything this past year has been

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dukey 1 point ago +3 / -2

I think it's possible they will convict him even though he is clearly innocent, due to the gaslighting of the media and politicians. I can imagine the mob will make the lives of the jurors pretty miserable if they come to the 'wrong' conclusion.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

How bout: jury finds him "guilty" due to threats and the judge nullifies the guilty verdict (he can), and this triggers and pisses off BOTH sides for maximum carnage and confusion. That's worst case I think.

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