According to critics, Kyle Rittenhouse judge Bruce Schroeder ‘virtually demanded’ acquittal.

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According to critics, Kyle Rittenhouse judge Bruce Schroeder ‘virtually demanded’ an acquittal.

MSNBC host Joy Reid was also dissatisfied with the outcome, tweeting, “In the Rittenhouse case, the 13th juror was the judge.”

Judge Bruce Schroeder, who presided over Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial, has come under fire after the teen was acquitted of all charges on Friday, November 19.

The circuit judge “virtually demanded” the jury to declare Rittenhouse innocent, according to Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes.

“Many dreaded the outcome we just witnessed,” Barnes wrote on Twitter.

Our judicial system should uphold the presumption of innocence until proven guilty, but this standard is not always applied equally.

So many Black and brown youth have been killed only to be tried after their deaths, whereas the judge practically demanded Kyle Rittenhouse’s innocence.”

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While this may appear to be a setback, we must see it as an opportunity to grow.

pic.twitter.comRu4ZCcJ3T6 is the full text of my statement.

— The Other Mandela (@TheOtherMandela) on November 19, 2021

“In the Rittenhouse case, the 13th juror was the judge,” MSNBC host Joy Reid tweeted. Colin Kaepernick, a civil rights activist and former football quarterback, called the verdict “white supremacy.”

“We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terroristic acts of a white supremacist,” he wrote on social media.

This only strengthens the case for abolishing our current system.

It is impossible to reform white supremacy.”

“What we are witnessing is a system functioning as designed and protecting those it was designed for,” Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Twitter, echoing Kaepernick’s sentiments.

My heart continues to break for the grieving communities and families, as well as the countless others who will be denied and deprived in similar scenes across the country.”

In the Rittenhouse case, the judge was the 13th juror.

November 19, 2021 — Joy-Ann (Pro-Democracy) Reid (@JoyAnnReid)

We just saw a system built on white supremacy validate a white supremacist’s terroristic acts.

This only adds to the case for abolishing our current system.

White supremacy is unreformable.

November 19, 2021 — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7)

New York City is criticizing the court’s decision.

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