Colbert's 'Brilliant' Rittenhouse Take: 'If He Didn't Break the Law, We Should Change the Law'

Nick Kangadis | November 23, 2021
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You know, there are unfortunately a lot of stupid people who will say whatever they have to in order to keep the puppet positions they hold in our society. And today, that person — a serial stupidity offender, really — is late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert.

In yet another really baseless effort to undermine Americans’ ability to defend themselves from violent criminals, Colbert posited a mind-numbingly stupid take about the Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty verdict on Monday evening’s edition of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”

“Okay, cards on the table, I’m not a legal expert, so I can’t tell you whether or not Kyle Rittenhouse broke the law,” Colbert said to no one’s surprise. “But I can tell you this, if he didn’t break the law, we should change the law.”

Yeah, this dolt actually said that.

“So, Rittenhouse was found not guilty,” Colbert continued. “But only a complete moron would celebrate this clear tragedy by making this guy a hero.”

Don't worry, folks. Being called a "moron" by Stephen Colbert should be worn as a badge of honor considering the true "moron" is the person looking back at Colbert when he looks in the mirror.

Apparently, one of two things are true concerning Colbert’s statements — which was probably written for him by one of the 37 “woke” writers (hyperbole) that work for establishment media outlet, CBS.

Either Colbert didn’t watch a minute of the trial and he’s just repeating what was written for him, or he actually thinks that people in the U.S. shouldn’t be allowed to defend themselves. Heck, maybe it’s both.

Anyway, I’m not going to waste too much of your time or my own talking about this blithering idiot.

If you’d like to see him actually utter the words printed above, watch below: