We’ve told you about Colin Kaepernick’s new Netflix special, “Colin in Black and White,” which NPR said delivered its message “with storytelling subtle as a sledgehammer.” There was that subtle bit where NFL training camp was compared to a slave auction, with the auctioneer depicted stepping through time to shake hands with the coach. (Apparently, white players aren’t examined by coaches and team doctors.)

That special was co-created by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay (who has us blocked), who is still calling Kyle Rittenhouse a murderer despite his being cleared of all charges by a jury. She brings with her a message from Anthony Huber’s parents.

“Incite violence?” We’re pretty sure it was Joseph Rosenbaum who was running his mouth about cutting people’s hearts out.

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