Virginia Cop Fired for Donating $25 to Kyle Rittenhouse

By Chris Black

Do you remember our boy Kyle Rittenhouse? That 17 year old kid charged with first degree murder after he defended himself from antifa goons? Kyle shot and killed 2 antifa members in Kenosha Wisconsin with an AR -15 rifle, while a third attacker has had his arm blown off.

One of the antifa murdered by our boy Kyle was a gay paedophile, and I mean that literally. The other was a convicted felon, so yeah, it’s hard not to sympathize with Kyle.

A judge set his bail at 2 million dollars and people started donating on GiveSendGo to get Rittenhouse out of jail on bond, as well as for his legal defense fund.

Shockingly (not), Discover, one of the largest US credit card issuers, has blocked donations to GiveSendGo, a crowdfunding site where supporters Kyle Rittenhouse have raised almost $400,000 for his legal defense. 

So, if you want to fund people you like, you should start your own credit card company goy.

On top of that, another “kosher” private company, Facebook respectively, officially designated the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse a “mass murder,” despite the fact that this has not been proven in court. Facebook confirmed that it would remove any posts that support Rittenhouse.

Now, here’s the deal: there is no level of vigilantism that could bring down the federal government at this point, nor is there a significant number of people willing to engage in that struggle. The point being, both antifa and BLM are supported by the federal government. Also remember that both groups charged with domestic terrorism after the so-called “Capitol insurrection” were led by feds.

The federal government is entirely responsible for every element of this situation.

That’s been established.

And now, this:

New York Post:

A police officer in Virginia was fired after donating to a legal defense fund for Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, officials said Tuesday.

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Norfolk police Lt. William Kelly anonymously gave $25 to a fundraiser for Rittenhouse in September, using his city email address, according to the Guardian.

The donation reportedly came with a comment: “God bless. Thank you for your courage. Keep your head up. You’ve done nothing wrong.”

“Every rank and file police officer supports you,” the message continued. “Don’t be discouraged by actions of the political class of law enforcement leadership.”

Norfolk City Manager Chip Filer on Tuesday said he’d reviewed an internal investigation of the incident and determined that Kelly violated city and departmental policies, local outlet WAVY-TV reported.

“His egregious comments erode the trust between the Norfolk Police Department and those they are sworn to serve,” Filer said in a statement Tuesday.

“The City of Norfolk has a standard of behavior for all employees, and we will hold staff accountable.”

In his own statement, Police Chief Larry Boone said the force doesn’t “want perceptions of any individual officer to undermine the relations between the Norfolk Police Department and the community.”


This is not the first time it happens:


A Utah paramedic who donated $10 to a legal defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen who shot three Wisconsin rioters, allegedly in self-defense, has been outed as some kind of villain by Salt Lake City’s ABC TV affiliate.

What does it mean, you asked? This is intended to once again make an example of anyone who dares to push back against the system – even a little bit, and, in this particular case, make sure there are no good men of conscience left on the police force.

There is no rule of law in the country, but that has not been officially declared. People that want to act are too afraid the law will be used against them, instead of protecting them from harm.


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