Kyle Rittenhouse Says He Plans To Sue Whoopi Goldberg And Others, Including Celebrities, Politicians, And Athletes

Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse plans to take aim at the people and organisations who called him a murderer, a white supremacist among other things in the run-up to his trial and subsequent acquittal.

Kyle Rittenhouse killed two men and injured a third during confrontations amid anti-police demonstrations in Kenosha in August 2020. He swore that he acted in self-defence.

Last November, the 18-year-old was found not guilty of first-degree intentional homicide and other charges and stepped out of the court a free man.

Talking on Tucker Carlson on Fox News on Monday night, Kyle Rittenhouse said he wanted to hold major media and entertainment figures accountable, noting that he had talk show host Whoopi Goldberg in his sights.

Kyle Rittenhouse said that they stood looking at quite a few politicians, celebs, athletes, and Whoopi Goldberg were on the list. He said that she called him a murderer after he was acquitted by a jury of his peers. He said that she went on still saying that, and that there were others.

He also revealed that Cenk Uygur the founder of the Young Turks show is on his scope adding that he continues to call him a murderer.

The Young Turks show is a liberal and left-wing news commentary show on YouTube that also appears on selected television channels.

Carlson said: ‘What about the people who called you a white supremacist? It makes it pretty hard to get a job for the rest of your life if you are a white supremacist. Will you be responding to them?’

‘Absolutely. We’re going to hold everybody who lied about me accountable, such as everybody who lied called me a White supremacist,’ Rittenhouse said in response. ‘They’re all going to be held accountable. And we’re going to handle them in a courtroom.’

Rittenhouse refused to be drawn on who else may come under fire from him but there may end up being quite a list including the President of the United States, Joe Biden.

Two months before Joe Biden was elected president, he criticised then President Trump for refusing to condemn people who are against the Black Lives Matter riots as white supremacists.

The tweet from the then-candidate included a picture from a video clip of Kyle Rittenhouse, who was 17 years old at the time of the shooting.

Self-defence isn’t murder, and a gun owner should know that. Murder by definition means the killing of another person without justification or reason, especially when it comes to malice aforethought, or reckless manifesting radical disregard to the value of human life.

If a person is being attacked and protects their own life or someone else’s life and the evidence proved that in a court of law and they’re found not guilty, and then they’re allowed to go free, that doesn’t mean that people should be allowed to still condemn that person for something they were found not guilty of. However, sometimes people that are found not guilty are actually guilty of the crime that they committed, but the jury determined otherwise.

Kyle Rittenhouse might have taken his rifle to the scene of rioting but that was because he wanted to defend small business owners, and of course, Rittenhouse was supposed to be innocent until proven guilty and deserved a fair trial, but instead, he was condemned by a certain narrative.

Of course, he did point a loaded gun at people, and there are numerous people who still believe that he’s guilty, however, a court of law and a jury said that he was innocent and that’s where it should end.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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