Sick Lib Author CAUGHT Telling Total Kyle Rittenhouse Lie!


A book titled The Good Kings, authored by a one-off National Geographic author Kara Cooney is making a huge fuss now as it mislead people because of the wrong information written on the said published book.

Cooney’s book falsely claimed that Kyle Rittenhouse killed “two black men” with a semiautomatic weapon. Everyone was aware of the name of Kyle Rittenhouse, but because of Cooney’s false accusation, it held a big misconception by some uninformed people. Rittenhouse shot three white men on the night of August 25, 2020, in Kenosha, Wisc., that killed two. The jury decided that he made it because of self-defense. It’s clear that no black man was involved and mentioned in the incident.

But The Good Kings book mentioned that “…consider 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who used his semi-automatic weapon to kill two Black men in Kenosha, Wisconsin while waging a glorious race war on behalf of his inherited White power.”

The glaring error from Cooney’s book was brought to the attention of Twitter by Kara McKinney, of OAN’s Tipping Point. She wrote that the text appeared in the last chapter of Cooney’s book, and showed that Cooney is “not the brightest bulb and it shows.” McKinney found another error in the book as well; when Cooney said that noted Civil Rights activist and organizer Rosa Parks sat in the “White section” of a bus in Montgomery, Ala. But Parks’ protest, instead, was to refuse to give up her seat to a white passenger.

Aside from false information she wrote about Rittenhouse, additional misinformation in her book was also written about Rosa Parks “took a seat in the White section of a public bus and started the Montgomery bus boycott.” Another false accusation and this time point out about the American history, what really happened was Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a White man on a bus and that causes the boycott, not her sitting in the White section.

Imagine letting the future generations read this type of book who only choose the information to fit with the narrative they want to tell. Let’s hope that they’ll thoroughly edit all the books in the school compared to the book Cooney authored.

Sources: 100 Percent Fed Up, Washington Examiner, Mediaite, The Post Millenial, Meaww, Law Office