No Evidence of ‘White Supremacist’ Leanings Presented in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial 

  • The defense rested its case in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday, after neither side presented any evidence of his “white supremacist” opinions or views, as the media and Democrats had initially claimed.
  • The prosecution in the case attempted to show that Rittenhouse had deliberately provoked the confrontations that led him to shoot several Black Lives Matter rioters, killing two and wounding one. But it never cited any racial bias by Rittenhouse —  


Why was the mob so angry at Kyle, he was trying to stop their destruction by putting out dumpster fires, he was trying to stop them from destroying more property so they chased him down and started to fire shots at him. Kyle Rittenhouse’s Mom Blasts Biden for Defaming Son as ‘White Supremacist’ 

  • Wendy Rittenhouse, the mother of teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, said resident Joe Biden “defamed” her son last year by calling him a “white supremacist” — a remark for which Biden never apologized.


Viral Twitter Thread On Rittenhouse Illuminates Dangers Of Media Disinformation

  • Sarah Beth Burwick is a writer who runs the Substack page “Why The Left Is Losing Me,” which chronicles her journey as “a lifelong liberal turned politically homeless.” She recently remarked that “it was only today that I learned the Kyle Rittenhouse victims were white,” continuing to say that “My progressive bubble made this seem like a very different case than it is.”
  • This led to a number of other users detailing how their perception of events had also been warped by leftist corporate media. One user tweeted “I just learned his dad, grandma, aunts lived in kenosha and he worked there media made it out like he had zero connection.”
  • MSNBC’s Chris Hayes completely ignored the attack against Rittenhouse, and instead used his act of self defense as an opportunity to condemn gun rights organizations,

  • Joe Biden also participated in the creation of this false reality when he, following a presidential debate, heavily implied that Rittenhouse was a white supremacist and that his acts of self defense were instead incidents of racially motivated violence and terrorism.