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Professor subjected to 'a hateful stew of ridicule' for writing in her book that Kyle Rittenhouse shot two black men

Kara Cooney is a professor at UCLA and an Egyptologist and author of “The Good Kings.” We confess we haven’t read the book, so we’re not sure how the Kyle Rittenhouse case figures into it, but Cooney says she’s been subjected to “a hateful stew of ridicule” for the mistake, and worse yet, denial that America has a race problem.


Why is Kyle Rittenhouse in a little-known book about ancient Egypt? No wonder it’s little-known.

She had some characters left in her tweet and decided to throw in misogyny.




What sort of book about ancient Egypt involves the Rittenhouse trial at all? That’s what we can’t figure out.


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