X-Men ’97 Supervising Producer Charley Feldman Declares “Kyle Rittenhouse Is A F—ing Murderer” Following His Acquittal
Following his full acquittal, X-Men ‘97 Supervising Producer Charley Feldman has declared that Kyle Rittenhouse “is a f---ing murderer”.
In the wake of the full acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on charges of homicide in relation to the now infamous events of August 25th, 2020, X-Men ‘97 Writer and Supervising Producer Charley Feldman has weighed in on the jury’s verdict, rejecting their decision and declaring that the midwest teenager “is a f—ing murderer.”
Taking to Twitter on November 19th in the near-immediate aftermath of the verdict’s reading, Feldman asserted to her followers, “The cynical inevitability of the Rittenhouse verdict doesn’t take out the pain of what this status quo, racist bulls–t represents. The terror it instills. And the lethality it codifies.”
“Kyle Rittenhouse is a f—ing murderer,” she concluded. “F–k white supremacy.”
Though her attempt to paint the legality of self-defense in the U.S. as an element of white supremacy is outright absurd, especially given how said self-defense laws allowed for Andrew ‘A.J.’ Coffee IV, a black man, to be acquitted of similar charges that same day, it comes as no surprise given her own social media history, which reveals a genuine belief in popular critical social justice narratives.
For example, on June 25th of this year, Feldman tweeted, “If you’re blissfully unaware, ‘white rage’ is trending because folks are trying to keep critical race theory from being taught.”
“A totally normal and chill desire,” she then disingenuously dismissed actual criticisms of CRT, such as concerns over the reinforcement of such concepts as race essentialism and race-based self-loathing. “No rage there. Just daisies and white supremacy.”
However, her most egregious take on the subject of violence and white supremacy came on December 14th, 2012, when she described how her own paranoia has led her to come “to a point where every time I pass a 20 something lone white male I feel the need to ask them to please not shoot people- just in case.”
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As of writing, Feldman has since made her her Twitter account private.
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