After Sunday’s Christmas parade horror in Waukesha, Wisconsin, an Illinois Democrat appeared to painting the tragedy as a type of payback for Friday’s acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha.

“It was probably just self-defense,” learn one in every of a sequence of mocking social media posts from Mary Lemanski, who’s listed because the social media director for the Democratic Party in DuPage County, Illinois.

Lemanski additionally describes herself as an performing pupil with the famed Second City comedy group.

“Living in Wisconsin, he probably felt threatened,” learn one other put up attributed to Lemanski, referring to the SUV driver in the Waukesha case.


“I’m sure he didn’t want to hurt anyone,” she added. “He came to help people.”

The messages appeared to mock the self-defense argument that Rittenhouse and his protection workforce made throughout their current trial – an argument with which a Wisconsin jury apparently agreed as they discovered the 18-year-old not responsible of homicide in reference to two taking pictures deaths final yr.

“The blood of Kyle Rittenhouse’s victims is on the hands of Wisconsin citizens,” she writes at one level, “even the children.”

Lemanski appeared to try a much less snarky however nonetheless judgmental tone in one other message.

“I’m sad,” she wrote. “I’m sad anytime anyone dies. I just believe in Karma and this came around quick on the citizens of Wisconsin.”

“You reap what you sow, Wisconsin,” she wrote in one other put up. 

And later: “It’s sad people died, but when you open the door to vigilante justice, everyone seems threatening.”

In a self-written 2019 biography on the web site of the DuPage County Democratic Party, Lemanski is described in the headline as “DuPage Dems’ Difference Maker.”

She claimed on the time to be a single mother of two youngsters who managed the celebration’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

On one other web page on the positioning, Lemanski is listed as a current staffer.

On her Facebook page, she writes Nov. 15 a couple of “white wing group” making an attempt to forestall her from talking at a college board assembly. She later accuses the group of being “fascists” who shut down “all opposing viewpoints.”

Sunday’s tragedy in Waukesha killed no less than 5 individuals and injured greater than 40, in accordance to metropolis officers. 

Fox News’ Dom Calicchio contributed to this story.