Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, was found not guilty on all counts coming from his self-defense during a Black Lives Matter riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last summer. One of the males had already been convicted of carnal abuse, while the other had a criminal history that included threatening to kill his younger brother. “It’s called being found NOT GUILTY. And by the way, nothing beats self-defense!” he wrote. At the time of the incident and during the trial, leftist media sources were heavily biased against him.
According to the reports, the idea that Kyle Rittenhouse was a “white supremacist” has been part of the media narrative around him. The charge that the “trial was structured to shield white conservatives who kill” was highlighted by MSNBC in an article. Moreover, although both individuals slain in the exchange were white, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden dubbed him a “white supremacist” after the incident.
Donald Trump stated in August 2020, “I assume he was trying to get away from them, I guess.” He was probably in a lot of trouble. He would have been killed,” Rittenhouse said, implying that he acted in self-defense. “Understand the facts before you remark,” Kyle stated in an interview with Tucker Carlson on Monday night. Glenn Beck, a conservative commentator, has vowed to send money to Kyle for him to fight the “corporate media” for slander.
Furthermore, Beck and other pro-life activists are urging Rittenhouse to go after the mainstream media in the same way that Nick Sandmann did following his interaction with a pro-life demonstrator. After CNN and The Washington Post mistakenly called him a racist in their coverage, Sandmann won millions of dollars in compensation.