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ghost_of_aswartz 2 points ago +2 / -0

50,000 because they know he won't flee

And they know he won't flee because he already took a plea deal to admit that he ran over the kid on purpose because "REEEPUBLICAN EXTREMIST"

They wanted the contractual ability to publish his name and his crime and his REASON on the national news without repercussion, because they were trying to capitalize on this neurolinguistic programming of "member of a republican extremist group" meme in order to INDUCE more COPYCAT SLAYINGS

This is literally state-sponsored terrorism. Psychological terrorism. To try to induce copycats by repeating a phrase over and over and ovre again.

They wanted to put the idea that this teen was Kyle Rittenhouse and deserved to be SMASHED.

They know DAMN WELL the role the media plays in creating copycat killers and killings. They were trying to CAUSE it to happen. Otherwise they wouldn't repeat that phrase.

You see it's called "political reprisal". They're trying to create revenge killings based on political reprisals. In order to do that, they have to create enemies by labelling them with their supposed transgression in order to induce reprisals against them.

ashlanddog [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

...valid observations, nicely stated....

...and by putting him on the street, they create a target for a "hate crime" by a "patriot"...

...either for real (the preferred method)...

...or by themselves (necessity being the mother of "assassinations")

ghost_of_aswartz 1 point ago +1 / -0

revenge motive is the phrase i was digging for