Oh my religion is leftism? Well, I appreciate you putting a name to it.
My “of course he got off” is a matter of knowing the nature of organizations. Work for any corporation, government, military or be involved in any hierarchical structure for even a short amount of time and you begin to understand how things really work.
is that leftism? Maybe. It’s “not being naivism”. It’s how things go.
For example, if you didn’t know any better, you might things are the way they are presented. So if you see a corporate structure, that must be the way of things. Higher orders lowers. Or if you hear of a court case, things must work as it was taught to us in 4th grade civics or the mock trials in middle or high school.
And, in a general sloppy way, things sort of _do_ work how we’re taught as children. Sort of.
But adulthood and entering into these organizations (or having family exposure and dinner table stories as kids) and you find most connections are tangent and not on paper.
No mental gymnastics here.
You want me to enter the world of Kyle Rittenhouse theater. I don’t want to.
My next move is to read the papers, watch videos, research into “what really happened?” at a level that matches your own level of interest.
Not a move I want to take. Why? Because I reached my conclusions a week or two ago and that was that.
If I’m right or wrong here, it doesn’t matter to me. He is your hobby.
I remember when a friend really wanted me to read Dune.
This is like that but Kyle Rittenhouse is your Dune. I never read it no matter how much they pleaded with me.
I’m sure it was good. But their desperation was a turn off.