When Kyle Rittenhouse said he was going to sue LeBron James, “The King” responded by laughing and saying no judge in Cleveland would side with the little “white supremacist.” Kyle, in return, apparently asked his lawyers to file in federal court.
The first step to a federal civil suit is to have the case approved by a magistrate, which isn’t easy to do. You have to prove that the case is “in the interest of all the peoples of the several states” as it says in the Constitution, Article 17.
The Rittenhouse suit is satisfied because Kyle wasn’t in Cleveland, nor was he a resident of Cleveland, or Kenosha, when the alleged incident of white supremacy occured.
Remember, folks. Being photographed with white supremacists and being a white supremacist are two different things, or have we all forgotten the Tea Party mantras about Hillary Clinton and Larry Byrd?
So the magistrate, the Honorable Joe Barron of the 7th Federal Court of Writs and Warrants, has stamped the case, greenlighting it to be filed anywhere in the country.
According to Kyle’s lawyer, they plan to file it in one federal court in each state, just to be safe.
Checkmate, LeBron. Looks like you have no clue how things actually work.
God Bless America.