BLM Lashes Out at Kyle Rittenhouse’s Support: ‘I Don’t F*** with You’
Marxist organisation blasts Rittenhouse in tweet
Black Lives Matter responded to the Kyle Rittenhouse’s declared support of their movement, saying, “I don’t f*ck with you.”
Rittenhouse raised eyebrows during an interview with Tucker Carlson when he said he supported the BLM movement.
“I’m not a racist person,” he told Carlson.
“I support the BLM movement.
"I support peacefully demonstrating.
"I believe there needs to be change."
"I believe there’s a lot of prosecutorial misconduct, not just in my case but in other cases," he said.
"It’s just amazing to see how much a prosecutor can take advantage of someone.”
But Black Lives Matter wasn't happy with his words, and later tweeted the Big Sean rap song “I Don’t Fuck with You,” often abbreviated as “IDFWY.”
Given the optics of the Rittnehosue case, it was highly unlikely BLM would have embraced the 18-year-old given they referred to him as a “terrorist” following his acquittal.
BLM members have also publicly condemned Kyle Rittenhouse.
“We are waiting for the federal government to charge Rittenhouse with first-degree murder,” Black Lives Matter activist Troy Gaston told Breitbart News after the verdict.
During the interview, Rittenhouse told Tucker Carlson he believed "God’s been on my side from the beginning.”