Source: R. Cort Kirkwood
Anti-white leftists just won’t get the facts straight. They still insist that Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed two black men the night he shot three whites who attacked him — at least until they’re corrected publicly.
The most recent claim showed up in The Good Kings: Absolute Power in Ancient Egypt and the Modern World, a lady Egyptologist’s lament that the ancients were smarter than the moderns because they let women run their countries.
Another surfaced at a university website on November 19, the day Rittenhouse was acquitted of criminal charges.
It’s bad enough that the errors were published after the trial, which was front page news and broadcast daily for almost three full weeks.
The truth surfaced soon after the shootings on August 25, 2020, video of which was widely available online.
I’m literally wheezing this is so funny 😂🤣 this is the last chapter of “Good Kings” by Egyptologist Kara Cooney. I’ll say this delicately… she’s not the brightest and it shows. pic.twitter.com/YoI4sGGM49— Kara McKinney OANN (@Nefertari_25) January 5, 2022
Kara McKinney of OANN picked up the error in Good Kings.
“Consider Kyle Rittenhouse, who used his semiautomatic weapon to kill two Black men in Kenosha, Wisconsin while waging a glorious war on behalf of his inherited White power,” the text reads.
“I’m literally wheezing this is so funny 😂🤣 this is the last chapter of “Good Kings” by Egyptologist Kara Cooney. I’ll say this delicately… she’s not the brightest and it shows.
To her credit, the author, UCLA egghead Kara Cooney, immediately admitted her careless mistake.
“Yes. This was my mistake,” she tweeted. “And caught too late for printing. Apologies. I stand by the sentiment of white supremacy, however.”