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VIDEO: Man Retrieves Dildo From Rifle Case Outside Rittenhouse Trial Courtoom, Yells 'F**k Black Lives Matter'

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Video footage from the tense scene outside the courthouse where jurors are still deliberating in the Kyle Rittenhouse homicide trial shows a man retrieving a dildo from a rifle case and then yelling “F**k all you guys” and “F**k Black Lives Matter.” The incident occurred after a Black Lives Matter insurrectionist screamed racist threats .

“Alright lemme tell you sumn,’ Imma fry the f**k out you now, I’m finna gun yo ass,” a Black Lives Matter insurrectionist yelled. “What the f**k dude, you weird as f**k. You f**kin’ weird, you f**kin’ weird. You wanna hear a f**ked-up joke? You wanna know why black people like soup? So we can [unintelligble] a bunch of f**kin’ crackers.”

Sometime after, the man with the rifle case can be seen stating, “I’ll pull it out. I’ll pull it out, watch, watch, watch.” He then pulls out the sex toy and yells “Yeah, yeah, yeah. F**k you guys. F**k Black Lives Matter.”

Inside the courtroom, Judge Bruce Schroeder revealed an apparent employee of left-wing corporation MSNBC had been caught tailing the bus carrying the twelve Rittenhouse trial jurors Wednesday night:

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Last night a contractor working for MSNBC was caught by police following the jury bus after they had left court where they deliberated the fate of Kyle Rittenhouse.

Judge Schroeder announced that an MSNBC employee was caught following the Kyle Rittenhouse trial jury bus in what he described as a “very serious matter.”

The jury was leaving the courthouse in a bus that had the windows blocked to protect the identities of the jurors, when an individual following the bus ran a red light and was caught by police. The individual, named James Morrison, claimed have been instructed by Irene Byon of NBC in New York to follow the jury and photograph them.

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