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Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who has been on trial for murder, has been found not guilty. He’s innocent on all counts.

Since the start of the trial, things were a mess. The prosecutors had no case, lied, and Thomas Binger flagged everyone in the courtroom with Rittenhouse’s AR-15 at one point.

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Why does this photo make every gun owner’s butt hole pucker?

One of the rules of gun handling is to keep your finger off the trigger until you’re ready to fire. He had his booger picker on that trigger while pointing it at people.

But it’s not loaded!

Does not matter. Another golden rule of gun handling, treat your weapon as if it’s always loaded. Always. Need we look at the whole Alec Baldwin debacle?

Kyle Rittenhouse is the teenager who fatally shot two rioters and injured a third during the Kenosha riots in 2020. He’s been highlighted as an evil, gun-totting menace in the MSM rather than the kid who was there to help defend his community and waited until the last possible second to fight back.

There have been a lot of lies spread by the prosecution and the MSM.

Rittenhouse faced five felony charges stemming from the incident, including first-degree reckless homicide, two counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, first-degree intentional homicide, and attempted first-degree intentional homicide.

The night of the riots Rittenhouse was left with no choice but to shoot three individuals who were attacking him, one of them, a felon, had a gun.

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Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum were killed while Gaige Grosskreutz survived a wound to his bicep.

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Throughout the trial, the judge made it clear to the prosecutors that they were out of line multiple times.

On Wednesday, November 10 the prosecution attempted to introduce evidence that had previously been ruled inadmissible, leading to the defense team asking for a mistrial.

“Don’t get brazen with me!” Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder snapped at Kenosha Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger after the jury was escorted out of the room. 

“You know very well that an attorney can’t go into these types of areas where the judge has already ruled without asking outside of the presence of the jury to do so, so don’t give me that,” Schroeder scoffed. 

Then yesterday Judge Bruce Schroeder banned MSNBC from the courtroom after a man claiming to be a producer for the network attempted to follow a bus carrying jurors.

The man, who identified himself as James Morrison, was pulled over Wednesday after he allegedly blew a red light while pursuing a bus that transports jurors from the Kenosha County Courthouse, Judge Bruce Schroeder said.

“He stated that he had been instructed by [a superior] in New York to follow the jury bus,” Schroeder said.

Police confirmed Thursday that there was an “incident with a person who is alleging to be affiliated with a national media outlet” and the suspect was issued several traffic citations.

“Police suspect this person was trying to photograph jurors. This incident is being investigated much further,” police said.

Before the jury was sent to deliberation, Judge Bruce Schroeder dismissed a curfew citation charge against Rittenhouse as he agreed that the prosecution had not provided sufficient evidence to prove a curfew had actually been in place. He also dismissed a misdemeanor charge of illegal gun possession before the closing arguments.

This is a great day for the 2A and self-defense.

Hopefully Rittenhouse and his legal team are preparing to sue not just the prosecution but also all of the MSM who have been spreading lies about him over the past year.

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