35 Burst results for "Kyle Rittenhouse"
What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?
"What sort of a message does this send about free speech? Because Alex Jones was allowed to say what he said. He hasn't been charged with a crime. He hasn't been charged with murder he didn't pull that trigger. And the question is, are we heading down a very dangerous path when it comes to free speech in America? Here's my take on it. The people who should have punished Alex Jones are in fact his listeners and his readers. They're the ones who were duped, they're the ones who got sucked into all of this stuff. And yet they still support the guy, they still read his stuff. They listen to the shows they do whatever they're going to do. And that's how he's able to make his money. But I do look at how the media basically they're accusing him of perpetrating a lie. All right, that's it. In a nutshell, he perpetrated a lie. All right, well, why is it, why is Nicholas Sandman from coven to Catholic high school? Why isn't he getting a $1 billion settlement? Why is it Kyle rittenhouse, who the mainstream media lied about him? Where is his $1 billion settlement? What about president Trump? They've lied about the president over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. What about what about the $1 billion every time you've got people on CNN or MSD and C or any of the other channels? Knowingly perpetrating falsehoods. So all I'm saying is this opens up a Pandora's box. But ultimately, you know, we Alex Jones has to, he has to live his life. He has to go to bed at night. He's got to look at himself in the mirror. But I will say this, what was done to those parents was evil downright evil, and I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Could you
John Zmirak: 'We Are All Mark Judge Now'
"Mirac, what else should we talk about? Well, I actually have a column on discussing what we were just talking about Cole. We are all Mark judge now. And that's at the stream. We are all in or soon will be in the same position of people like your own courtesy and Mark judge and Kyle rittenhouse. We face a regime that is an existential threat to the people of the country. The way the French did after May 1940. We face a hostile occupying government that is not legitimate that does not look for our consent that is intent on silencing us and persecuting us if we try to claim back our national sovereignty. That is the gravity of the situation. When I was talking to the good people in the audience at Christians engaged, I said, you think you're in America. You're not. You're in shine. And the media are virtually all state media, and they're virtually all repeating party propaganda. But there are broadcasts coming from abroad. There are little samas signals, like the BBC broadcasting into occupied France. And those are media like the stream, like Eric metaxas, like Steve Bannon's war room, like American greatness, Julie Kelly's reporting on the January 6th protesters. Revolver news, there are epoch times. I heard that epoch times is now the fourth largest newspaper in America. If that's true, that is extremely encouraging news. Because The Epoch Times is one of the only papers that would tell the truth about the vaccine.
John Zmirak Remembers the Tragic Story of Jake Gardner
"I'm talking to Johns mirac, John, you're telling us the tragic tragic story of Jake gardiner. This is like, we should be writing novels about this. We should be writing stories. I mean, nonfiction books should hit the bestseller list on the story of Jake gardiner among other things. It's unbelievable. Jake gardiner is what happened. It's like what happened to Kyle rittenhouse with the tragic ending. So Jake Gardner had defended himself against one of the thousands of George Floyd rioters turned loose on America. It was trying to destroy his bar stealing his stuff, attacked his elderly father, and at the moment was trying to choke Jake gardiner to death, Jake shot his attacker. Mobs from Black Lives Matter and antifa terrorized the local prosecutor until they charged Jake gardiner was first degree murder. Which of course is absurd first degree murder involves planning. It involves malice of forethought, but then they did that with Kyle rittenhouse too. When people running after you with guns and screaming kill him, kill him. And you shoot in self defense. That is not first degree murder. That's not that, but anyway, it's not funny because GoFundMe shut down his fundraiser. He had been raising tens of thousands of dollars to hire a lawyer. So here he is, he has no attorney. He has no money. He has no income and his city has turned against him and is calling him a racist killer. So Jake gardiner book his own life. And two years ago, his best friend found his body. And has ever since tried to tell his story.
Glenn and Leigh of Patriot Mobile Tell Their Side of the Story
"Another group that's coming in hot because they've been in hot water a little bit this year and this week. Is Glenn's story and Leigh Wong guests from patriot mobile with the CEO and the VP of government affairs because NBC, we talked about this yesterday, they are going hard against patriot mobile and what was the headline, right? It was the far right Christian cell phone provider that is taking over Texas school boards. I want to get them on to get their side of the story because boy, they are really mad that the rights and really just common sense regular Christian folks because this is the fight of our country and here patriot mobile is one company that is willing to stand up. Glenn Lee, welcome to the program. Thank you for having us. Jack, thank you for having us. It's always great to see you. Oh, it's great. We were just down at cpac together. We did an incredible event. We did the book signing. We had my antifa book. We just did a segment talking about some of the stuff that was in the NT support, by the way. Kenosha, but first, tell us what was it that you all were up to with the Texas school boards, and then explain why at NBC is so mad at you guys. Well, NBC being mad at us is not a new thing. And this particular reporter has a history of being very interesting with facts, but the bottom line is what happened Monday night in Texas. Is elected officials did in an elected position. What they said, they were going to do when they ran for office. And neither the left nor the right is used to that.
Are There Moles at Mar-a-Lago? Drew Hernandez Weighs In
"Have theory that potentially there are moles at Mar-a-Lago. Can you break that down for us? Exactly. That's what I was saying before. I mean, you take a look at this Abbott David. It's very clear that I don't know if it's in the Secret Service. I don't know if it's someone that works at Mar-a-Lago. I mean, we could only speculate how deep this really goes. I mean, this is FBI DoJ. They pretty much have infinite power to do whatever the heck they want. But it's clear that when you look at this affidavit, they're redacting the entire probable cause section that is literally their justification, why we should go after president Trump. Why we should raid Mar-a-Lago specific rooms specific areas. There's this in there. There's that in there. This has been an extensive investigation, which is no surprise, but don't believe that these people want to be transparent with you. Who are the moles? I want to know who the moles are in Mar-a-Lago. And I'm
413 Redacted Lies: Jack Posobiec Breaks Down the Affidavit
"In for Charlie Kirk. We are breaking down this affidavit with the 413 redacted lies where he and kassam and techno fog both have their analysis up at sub stack. And both of them are stating that they believe that it raises if they were confiscating the Russia Gates evidence. Here's the problem with this though, or at least for the DoJ, they are where the FBI is concerned. It doesn't seem like they recovered the documents that they were actually looking for. If they were, in fact, after the Russia gate documents, we're not seeing evidence that that's what they would found because they're certainly not acting as if that's what they found. They're an acting as if it was this grave matter of national security. They're acting as if they don't want people to know what's going on because I spoke with Christina bob and folks know that Christina and I used to work together one American news who paid it's not something big secret. Okay. And she told me that the FBI was trying to get them to keep it quiet. They didn't want the videos released. They wanted the cameras off. They didn't want anything going on. And now when you see this information, you see the fact that they talk about cash Patel that they talk about human control systems, HCS, they talk about Pfizer details. They specifically talk about the Pfizer corp, buys a warrant derived information. Well, what Pfizer warrant derived information could the president have? It got a lot, okay? They're Pfizer investigations going on every single day in the United States. That's what your FBI is doing, by the way. But which documents under the fisa case or under a fisa case would be so important that president Trump could take them to bring them with him all the way down to Mar-a-Lago.
Give Send Go: The Answer to Fundraising When Cancel Culture Says 'No'
"In America, the idea that major corporations that in many cases effectively act as monopolies, whether you're talking about Amazon or YouTube or Twitter or Facebook. That they have made a decision not to abide by American values, but to abide by these kind of Chinese communist Marxist values, it's a chilling thing. So first of all, everybody needs to understand that. And when you have an option, you need to go with that option. So when you guys created Gibson go, I was thrilled. And I think I said it. I am on give send go because we have good reasons to be on there and difficult reasons to be on there. I am being sued. We have legal bills, YouTube canceled us. And so we need help. And I thought if I get on GoFundMe, they're probably not even going to they're going to cancel me once they figure out where I'm coming from. So the idea that gives and go is there and that people have been able to give to what we're doing and metaxas media and to help. And we need the help, otherwise I wouldn't be on there. But I just have to say, this is such good news that you guys have stepped up because it's one thing to think about this, but to actually do it. So you and your brother, Jacob wells, you said he's in Boston, you're in D.C., but you created this thing. And you're helping all kinds of people. Tell us some of the success stories and some of the people that you guys have been helping names that we would know. Sure. And so actually, so we had been walking year over year growing as this alternative to GoFundMe. And then we, you know, just as a great Christian platform, if you will. And we woke up one morning in August 2 years ago and had a ton of hate mail, which had not been the case up until then, and we thought, what's going on on the site, and we pull up in very quickly, we find a young man named Kyle, rittenhouse, has come to our platform because he has been canceled off every other social media platform. They took away his voice and said, you don't deserve. We're going to judge you by the little clips we see on Facebook or the mob mentality. We're going to say you're guilty. We're not going to give you the right that's our fortitude in the United States. And so Facebook, GoFundMe, PayPal. Everybody had canceled them. Him. And he came to give San go as his last resort.
John Zmirak: The Regime Wants Us Helpless and Terrified
"Look at the riots of 2020. Violent mobs destroying cities throwing fire bombs at courthouses and police cars. None of it. None of it controlled by the left by blue state governors and mayors. But Kyle rittenhouse defends himself, they swing into action and try to put him in prison. Jake gardiner defends himself. They arrest him. They charge him with murder. They goad him to suicide. The mccluskey's defend their home against a mob of arsonists, they get arrested, and by the way, have lost their law license and can't make a living and will never get them back. What does this mean? The regime wants us helpless and terrified. The regime sees street mobs of the left as its muscle. That's its street muscle. And what it wants is you and me disarm so that it thugs can terrorize at will. Like in the cultural revolution in China like in the Spanish Civil War in 1936. And we have to be committed that if these people want a Spanish Civil War, we're going to make his char the good guys win the second time too.
Update From the Frontlines of the Southern Border With Drew Hernandez
"A new project at turning point USA frontlines with drew Hernandez and drew Hernandez has been a frontline journalist for years, testified in the Kyle rittenhouse trial did a wonderful job. And the whole idea was that we want to go tell the stories as we see it, not through some sort of filter. And drew is bold and he has courage. You are also doing the pro choice stuff recently, all the abortion stuff, right? Yeah, we were at the Arizona state capitol and capturing all the psychopaths. Some people were throwing up signs that said a fetus equals a good snack. It wasn't a troll. I mean, but this is what we do. We just capture the psychos and just basically put up a mirror to who they are. And show the world. You did Kyle rittenhouse, I think, was a free man largely thanks to your testimony and your footage. Also, of course, obviously you did some wonderful work and have been doing some wonderful work. Throughout Texas, you did some interesting work last week, but what happened last night, I think of some of your most noteworthy work recently. So tell us about it. You went down to Yuma. Is that right? So yeah, we were just filming for frontlines, the past couple days down at the southern border, Yuma here in Arizona. It was a little slow because we showed up yesterday during the day and obvious for obvious reasons the heat is rising like crazy here. Hundreds of 105. It's up there, especially down there. And so some of the border patrol agents, they were very nice. They're being really cool, being very joking and funny with us. And they're like, you need to come back around midnight if you want to see something. And I was like, really, and he's like, yeah, midnight. So maybe around 5 in the morning. And so the team and I, Jorge and Turo is with us too with the daily caller. He was helping us out. It's a great reporter. He's a great reporter, put out viral footage as well. You guys need to go follow him at Ventura report on Twitter. We were like, let's just pull a night shift. Let's just do it and see what happens. I love it. So we shifted gears. We were going to film the next day and hopefully try and film something, but we just took the chance. We showed up at midnight and we started to see some apprehensions. I mean, you've been down there, right? You've been down again. I think I've been right to this very sector. Okay, that's it. That's the get into the exact same place. Right near the Native American reservation. Okay. I know precisely where you were. So we were kind of watching the sequence happen, right? So a little further away from the Indian reservation where there's the actual gap in the wall. I know what you're talking about. That's where the runners were all the men are being sent. Sometimes they'll run drugs through there or sometimes that's kind of where the single men will try and get through. But then further down by the Indian reservation, that open part two is where the family units come, where they're just massive
Should Christians Watch Content Like 'Ozark'?
"Liking the Netflix series Ozark several podcasts ago, and I'm not mistaken. It was just a side on to all that would happen to Netflix diminishing ratings as of late. I decided to check it out and I enjoy new dramas and fillers. Thrillers to an extent. I am only a few episodes in the season one, and while I actually enjoy the storyline of plot, it does seem to contain hold on one second. Contain all the modern day adult content language sex nudity violence, that most drama series do. After mulling it over, I want to ask your opinion on Christians watching such content. This is really not about Ozark specifically, but Ozark did ignite a spark of all movies and shows that provide such content. Please do not misunderstand my question as stemming from judgment from a place of genuine sincerity. It's beautifully written. Thank you. I know we are here to walk in our convictions with fear and trembling and one person's convictions may or may not be another's, but I know the Bible also empathizes being wholly as he is holding. How do you reconcile what you watch in here back to the Bible? Is it just a matter of fast forwarding certain scenes or actually watching them? Because they are not your convictions. Again, this is said with complete sincerity. Thank you for your potential response. I very much enjoy your podcast and listen just about every day. God bless TPUSA and all the work you're called to do cheers Brooke. What a great question. So I'll take kind of the Ozark question in particular. And look, this is a struggle that I have and I think a lot of other people have, which is kind of where do you draw the line between the content that you consume when it might be filled with all this other bad language and potentially sexually explicit scenes and also trying to find some form of entertainment or appreciation of art. And it's a kind of a constant struggle. So I've developed a couple rules for myself, which is I don't watch it alone. I'll watch with my wife. And if we feel that the smugness or the nonsense of it, just reaches such a threshold, we just turn it off. Now, I'll be very honest. Ozark is an exception to my general rule. Ozark, first of all, the last season was absolutely dreadful and awful. It ended terribly. So don't waste your time. But the first and second and third season of Ozark I think is some of the best written television that I have seen outside of the smutty Ness and the gross awful nature of some of the content, but the actual storyline of what will you do with your family? Will you descend how far can you descend into darkness? Can you stop yourself on the moral continuum? Is legitimately very, very well written art and very real
The 2nd Amendment Saved Kyle Rittenhouse's Life
"Kyle, welcome back to the program. And you look like you're doing great. I am. I'm doing really good. I want wakeboarding over the weekend and wake surfing at AF wake. It was awesome. Yeah. Extremely star still. I don't feel my hands right now from holding onto the wakeboarding room. But that's all right. It was awesome, and I can't wait to do it again. So you sent out a tweet the other day that I thought was really important, which is, you know, without the Second Amendment, I wouldn't be alive. Absolutely. The Second Amendment saved me. If I didn't have that rifle to defend myself against those attackers, I would be dead. And it's so critically important that people recognize that and realize that, that the Second Amendment saves people's lives every single day. Absolutely. You're living your living proof of that. And so you have a couple
Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates
"So you have a couple announcements that you want to make here on this program. And the first of which is let's kind of talk about what you could talk about with the lawsuit stuff. Let's start there. So are you are you able to talk a little bit about the lawsuit stuff? Well, what I will say is that we hired Todd mcmurtry, Nick Sandman's attorney to help with these lawsuits and that we're going to be taking on some cases really soon. You know, I'm just saying, but new report out, Kyle, LeBron James of billionaire now. Oh. Just, I don't know if that's helpful. I don't know if that might be something that you guys might want to take a look at. But he could definitely pay. LeBron's got a lot of money. And then the other thing is, I was actually in, I was actually in Texas a couple of weeks ago, touring a couple campuses. My Dave has some really good friends out there, so we went out there and there are really connected with Texas a and M and toured the campus. He's ready to make. This is like, he's ready to make it. Wow, everybody. It's a big deal. Right here in the Charlie Kirk show. Kyle rittenhouse is announcing that he's an Aggie. So I'm going to be going there and it's going to be awesome. Beautiful campus, amazing people, amazing food. We went to Dixie's check in there. Best burgers ever. That's why he's going. Dixie's checking, everybody. Now, do you know what they say at a and M? They say. And you know how they say hello, they say, howdy, howdy. So there you
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Find out more. That's 8 three three 6 9 zero 7 two four 6 zero to relief factor dot com. You'll feel the difference. David and I were talking about the interview I did with Kyle rittenhouse yesterday and we were reflecting about how different the real Kyle rittenhouse is from the Kyle rittenhouse that was you could almost say manufactured by the left. And how different Kyle rittenhouse's story is. From the utterly deceitful narrative that was created around him in the aftermath of BLM and antifa riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It's kind of funny. I was reading Kyle rittenhouse's post on social media. I messaged him and I go, hey, you know, you should come on our podcast. And he agreed to do it. But the woman who kind of handles handles Kyle, you know, basically contacted us and said, hey, listen, you know, Kyle's not that political, so don't ask him about the Ukraine or political issues, because Kyle's just a kid. Which I kind of knew, but I thought it was funny that Kyle has been doing a couple of interviews and some of these hosts have been like, oh, what's your position on the landscape? And when you saw Kyle out there, you realize why that's not the right way to talk to Kyle rittenhouse. This is a kid a very modest kid who's trying to live a normal life. I mean, I was kind of touched by how he said, yeah, I tried to drop out of high school. My mom kind of needed me at home. So sad. You know, it was a lower middle class white kid who is trying to find his way in the world. And I was kind of thinking about it when he said, you know, he says, even now, I just want to help people. And I was mentioning this to a friend of mine, and he goes, that's a sure way to ruin your life. These days, just wanting to help people makes you a bit of a naive naive person in a very cynical world. I don't think Kyle rittenhouse in any idea, the kind of minefield he was walking into. And I don't just mean, it was a literal minefield in the sense that there was danger and violence going on, but it was also a political minefield because there were all these people who had a stake in you might say driving a stake into Kyle rittenhouse. All these kind of people who were waiting to sort of salivate and revel in Kyle rittenhouse being locked up for life. They would not have given a moment's thought or qualm about that. And this included, by the way, the prosecution. Kyle rittenhouse was never a white supremacist. He isn't even remotely that. Ironically, the one thing that came out in the trial was that Rosenbaum, the guy who attacked Kyle rittenhouse, he was the one using the N word repeatedly, and this was a little bit of an embarrassment for the left they acted like, well, that didn't really matter. Well, if you're gonna talk about racism, there's a pretty good indication as the guy who goes around using the N word and that certainly wasn't Kyle rittenhouse. I raised with him the issue of the Proud Boys, the judge excluded, by the way, meeting that Kyle had had basically just meeting at a kind of bar with some of these Proud Boys. And I was thinking, and I said to Kyle, in effect, well, listen, you know, these guys supported you at a time when no one was supporting you. And, you know, Kyle's like, I don't even know what the Proud Boys are. So here's a guy whose world was detached from this highly ideological world that probably certainly W and I and probably you live in where we are plugged in to all these different types of groups. Kyle had sort of remotely heard of BLM, but he said he wasn't even that familiar with antifa. I think it was striking that Kyle agreed with me that the video saved his life. And I think it is kind of cool that this organization and this website that he set up is not merely to go after the people who slandered him, but is also to support videographers and go and gathering the kind of evidence that can be critical in saving people's lives. I have to say I was thinking in this context also about my upcoming movie, 2000 mules. And let me put it this way. The video once again tells the story. Because it's very difficult to argue when you can see the offense being committed. You can see with your own eyes. I was pleasantly surprised that ASU, this is Arizona state university, has not only enrolled Kyle rittenhouse, but is protecting him because here's a kid who I think is in some sense a target. I'm glad that he's aware of this and is taking precautions. He's become a kind of lightning rod, a Rorschach test for larger currents in our culture, but even though he is that. He is also at the end just a simple kid trying to make his way in the world. 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Getting to Know the Real Kyle Rittenhouse
"David and I were talking about the interview I did with Kyle rittenhouse yesterday and we were reflecting about how different the real Kyle rittenhouse is from the Kyle rittenhouse that was you could almost say manufactured by the left. And how different Kyle rittenhouse's story is. From the utterly deceitful narrative that was created around him in the aftermath of BLM and antifa riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It's kind of funny. I was reading Kyle rittenhouse's post on social media. I messaged him and I go, hey, you know, you should come on our podcast. And he agreed to do it. But the woman who kind of handles handles Kyle, you know, basically contacted us and said, hey, listen, you know, Kyle's not that political, so don't ask him about the Ukraine or political issues, because Kyle's just a kid. Which I kind of knew, but I thought it was funny that Kyle has been doing a couple of interviews and some of these hosts have been like, oh, what's your position on the landscape? And when you saw Kyle out there, you realize why that's not the right way to talk to Kyle rittenhouse. This is a kid a very modest kid who's trying to live a normal life. I mean, I was kind of touched by how he said, yeah, I tried to drop out of high school. My mom kind of needed me at home. So sad. You know, it was a lower middle class white kid who is trying to find his way in the world.
Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Biden Admin Gaslit the Russian Invasion
"But we are witnessing now in Europe, things we thought only our parents and grandparents would ever see and would never happen again. Tanks rolling on the streets of a free, free nation. Matt, your response to the last 36 hours. This never would have happened under president Trump. Bingo. I know that. The Biden administration gas lit this invasion by being so precise about what they would and wouldn't protect. What you understand is a strategist, what Donald Trump understood as a real estate developer is that you never take anything off the table, you never say anything's too certain. You never tell what you're not going to. Exactly. Exactly. Because one thing we know about Vladimir Putin is he will engage right up until the point where he would face kinetic conflict with the United States. He knows he would not survive that. So he's always probing for that threshold right below kinetic conflict. And Jake Sullivan, your favorite Russia host truther. Yes. Came in laid out in Technicolor. What they would and would not do, it showed their whole hand to Putin, Putin played the better hand, unfortunately, than the west, and now, you know, we see something that I think is tragic that will result in a lot of human suffering, but I also fundamentally think this is Europe's problem more than it is the United States
Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Real State of the Union Under Biden Is Exhaustion
"The job you should have done all along. Matt, you're talking directly live to millions of people from places as troubled as California to New York, not just Florida, not just Georgia. I want you to address them directly. People who listen to the show watch newsmax like breitbart, but aren't engaged. Please talk to them directly. What is their role? We know that there are great Americans that live in all of America's states. Even the blue ones. All of America cities, even the ones Democrats have been in control of and have been driving to failure and those people deserve fighters as well because we are one country. We rise and fall together and it's my expectation that we're going to ignite that spirit of patriotism that desire for freedom all over this country places we may be never have seen it before. We've got Joe Biden's State of the Union. Yes. But we know what the real state of our union is exhausted by the state of failure that Joe Biden has put us into. And so what I would say to folks who are activists, get another skill, become more capable. And out of your confidence. Yeah, and if you're just watching hoping that somebody else is going to come and rescue you from this malaise,
Rep. Matt Gaetz: CPAC Is Realigning What Conservatism Means
Caller: We Need More People Standing up Against Media Like Rittenhouse
"I obviously support Kyle rittenhouse as well. We need more young men and more senior men to start standing up to issues like this. Make them pay for their mistakes. And I, you know, I wouldn't be disregarding him with regards to people behind him. That's life. There's always going to be nefarious people looking to take advantage of situations. That shouldn't keep you from doing anything. Shouldn't keep you from doing the right thing. I get it. I really do, Robert, I think I appreciate your point very much.
Kyle Rittenhouse Launches Media Accountability Project
"And then of course, during the summer of love, during the George Floyd riots, we saw a young man with a weapon, defend his life, and he shot and killed two people. Kyle rittenhouse. Did you see him last night on Tucker Carlson? I was really uncomfortable. This is a young man. This is a kid. And there he is on television. It was a very awkward interview to say the least. And I've been thinking a lot about Kyle and his new media accountability project. Here was Kyle last night with Tucker on Fox News. Me and my team have decided to launch the media accountability project as a tool to help fundraise and hold the media accountable for the lies they said and deal with them in court. Interesting. And what about the people who called you groundlessly a white supremacist, which makes it pretty hard to get a job for the rest of your life if you're a white supremacist. Will you be responding to them? Absolutely. We are going to hold everybody who's lied about me accountable. Such as everybody who's lied, called me a white supremacist. Yeah. They're all going to be held accountable and we're going to handle them in a courtroom.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You're listening to the best of the Mark Levin show Happy Thanksgiving the insanity of the American Marxist Whether they be in the media whether they be in the streets whether they be in academia Really never ends I've heard some members of Congress some in the black caucus some not Saying things like Kyle rittenhouse was a white vigilante It's a vigilante You know taking the place of the police for which he didn't have authority Now I just could have sworn Particularly minority But now you see we should rely on the police Disarm yourself Do not help your fellow man Don't help the community in which your father lives and other relatives lives And which you've worked and held a job and said no no no no no Leave it to the systemically white racist police forces that randomly kill minorities to protect the community Which is it It's neither The insanity of these people these American marxists Can not be what we adopt and embrace I'll take it one step further you ready You ready media matters and mediaite And real Americans who love this country Kyle rittenhouse is a quintessential red blooded American He went to this community which is a neighboring community which as I say as relatives living there friends there He worked there Somebody has them to help protect his property On the third night of riding He comes there with a fire extinguisher He comes there with a Red Cross bag basically to help provide medical assistance Any arms himself because he's smart because he knows it's a riot situation with a mob has been hitting people harming people Beating people Killing people You know that's been the nature of the mob all that summer long And so he exercises his free will He exercises his right to help the community That's not a vigilante Well you have to be in the peace corps is that it One Grotesque individual A felon Who raped A little girl Chases him down and tries to kill him or harm him But he shot and he's killed first Another one chases him down smacks him in the head with a with a skateboard and then in the neck comes out him again and he shoots him and kills him The third one.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on Today, Explained
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"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Defense to clear in this case. He's a chaos tourist. He was there to see what's going on, act important, be a big deal. And then the moment a little bit of that chaos comes chaos comes back item. He cowardly shoots him in. Instead of fighting back. The prosecution relied heavily on videos. And it relied on witness.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Let's review. You are probably not going to have all the video that they had of this. Because I am absolutely convinced that there had not been video of this Kyle rittenhouse would be going to prison. If we didn't have all this video to show exactly what happened, I think he would have been convicted. You're not going to have that. Almost certainly. You're probably not going to have $2 million in money to use for your defense. Probably. All that to say that you can do everything you think is correct and still suffer major consequence. For that matter, even though he was acquitted, rittenhouse has massive PTSD. Our guarantee he wishes he had never gone there. Yeah, I don't hold him up as a poster child or a hero or anything else. I think probably exercise poor judgment in being there, having said that, once you're there, you're still allowed to defend yourself. One pundit, I was reading and said, well, you know, once you bring a gun to an event, you give up all of your rights to self defense. Well, that would mean that everybody carrying a gun can see you with a permit has no right to self defense. That would mean that the 60 million adults who live in states that have permit list carry constitution carry have no right to self defense if they bring a gun. There would mean that if you have a gun in your home, you have no right to self defense. It's ludicrous. It's nonsense. There's a, I don't know if you'd call a projection or what it is from the left from the gun ban crowd. But I've said this for many, many years. And I think it's absolutely true. And that is the fact that we take care of ourselves that we carry guns. Threatens their self image. Because they are unwilling to take care of themselves, and they believe in the state for everything. It's the whole, why did you have a gun? We have the police for that. Why were you putting out fires? We have a fire department for that. And then you get the inevitable. That's not your job. Actually, I beg to differ. I think it is our job. I think it's our job to take care of ourselves and our fellow man and our community. And someone comes in and wants to burn my community down and go, you know, I don't think so. Especially when over the last two years, we've seen police departments be told, back up, let them have it. Let them burn it. Let them do whatever they want to. Now there's no police protection. Oh yeah, there's also no fire protection in there. And more and more people are saying no, you're not going to do that to my town. Good, bad. I don't know, but I sure understand it. But back to the idea that the gun band folks, they are threatened by this because they look at themselves and realize they are unwilling or uncapable or incapable of protecting themselves. They find themselves lacking but they can only see that relative to us. If we are prepared and willing to take care of ourselves, our families, then they look bad. In comparison. And rather than them step up cowboy up, they decide to take care of themselves and their families. They say, no, rather than do that, I'm just going to make sure you can't do that. They were all on the same level. You'll be the same as me. You'll be weak. You'll be unwilling. You will be irresponsible. You won't take care of your family. You will be willing to let things happen then. You'll depend upon calling someone who may or may not come.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Trial in verdict. Not guilty on all counts. Self defense. The media lied about so many things. Here's just a few of the things the media lied about. These peaceful protests most certainly were not. It was one of those deals it's like the husband who gets caught in bed with another woman, and he tells his wife, who are you going to believe me or you're lying eyes? While they're telling us they are peaceful protests we're looking at buildings burning. Not peaceful. Okay, big lie there. Kyle rittenhouse did not travel across state lines with a rifle, but who cares he could. It would have been legal, nothing wrong with that. Rittenhouse did not hunt down anyone. He was running away at every point. He was not an active shooter, one of the things that keep wanting to say, he was active shooter. He wasn't. You look up the FBI's definition of active shooter. No point does this qualify. He was not a white supremacist. Note that everyone involved in this from rittenhouse to the people who shot where all the same color all three people he shot and the one he missed, were trying to hurt or kill him. All four had records for violent crime. History suggests that if he had allowed any of them to get him on the ground or hit him in the head, grab his gun or shoot him with a legally carried pistol. He would have been killed. They were stomped him to death. Choose your information sources carefully. Okay, to that. A lot of folks in the gun world are celebrating this. I get that. And I agree. He should have been found not guilty. But do not take that and say, therefore, that solidifies my position if I ever have to get into a self defense situation of my pursuits of my self defense. My concern here would be that that would, perhaps make people slightly less cautious, slightly encourage them to.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Race station Another update in 30 minutes It's 44 to 43 at midway 43° at the lakefront Wls weather is sponsored in part by cars for kids There are about three dozen protesters outside the courthouse in Kenosha Wisconsin a jury will now decide whether Kyle rittenhouse was justified in killing two men and wounding a third during violent demonstrations last year Here's Jim Ryan The jury has seen two faces of Kyle rittenhouse with prosecutors portraying him as a troublemaker who came from out of town armed with an AR-15 You lose the right to self defense when you're the one who brought the gun His own lawyers see rittenhouse had no choice but to open fire My client didn't shoot at anyone until he was chased and cornered The jury has 5 individual counts to consider the most serious of which carries a mandatory life prison sense if he's acquitted Kyle rittenhouse walks free Kenosha Wisconsin And 500 National Guard members have been activated in anticipation of a verdict Chicago's public health commission doctor Alison R what he says so far children are reacting well to the COVID-19 vaccine Most kids are having no side effects or just a little bit of a sore arm we've not seen any issues with really anything serious or unexpected there So that is good news and of course we have to make sure that that's the same for those for those younger kids She is encouraging more kids to get the shots especially as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches and cases in Chicago continue to increase She also says hospitalizations are up among the unvaccinated FOP president John kentan Zara has officially retired to run for mayor of Chicago in 2023 He made the decision as he faced determination hearing for controversial social media posts I am walking away from my job as a police officer once and for all in 27 years Our over and done with mayor life would react to the news on WTTW.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Any sort of person that was on trial for the left, if all of a sudden you had any figure on the right. Say, yeah, you know, we got the pictures of all the jurors. This is such an upside down set of circumstances that we're living in right now. Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended the Libertarian Party of Kentucky's Twitter account for saying that Kyle rittenhouse did nothing wrong. Did we tweet that out? The same exact word, so we'll see if they suspend us or not. I doubt it. We'll see. And what is the priority of federal law enforcement? Federal law enforcement run by Merrick Garland is too busy issuing threats against moms and dads showing up to school board meetings across the country, and Merrick Garland has not yet rescinded his letter even though the national school board association rescinded his letter that he said was the inspiration for that. Now you'd think jury tampering would be a minor concern for the Department of Justice. Minor detail? No, instead, they're too busy trying to hunt for a diary. Murders are up 80% in Austin, Texas. And the attorney general Garland, he is signing off on raids against opposition journalists, like James O'Keeffe. But James O'Keefe, he's an opposition journalist. He's not helpful to the regime. And this is why this Kyle rittenhouse saga is so incredibly important everybody is that if we just kind of sit idly by and don't comment on this and don't call it for what it is, then they can come and take guns from anyone. They can come and take firearms from any person. Kyle rittenhouse is no longer about Kyle rittenhouse. They are now going to make it not illegal to own guns because they lost that in the court in the Heller decision. No, they're going to make it illegal to use the guns. And better yet, if you're an antifa left wing person, you want to kill a Trump supporter, you will be given all the allowances the court and the criminal justice system has ahead of you. In Chicago, gang bangers in the light of day start killing each other. District attorney Kim Foxx lets them all out. James munro said the right of self defense, never ceases. It is among the most sacred and alike necessary to nations and individuals. They want to make you a criminal for defending yourself. They want to make it illegal for standing up against Tyrion anarchy. So we're going to defund the police, we're going to take away your guns. And if you still have the guns, we're going to make it illegal for you to use the guns. That's what's on trial with Kyle rittenhouse..
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So there's a lot happening around that of so much story. So you guys are going to have to tune in tomorrow. That's just the lesson of it. We have so much I want to get to. Also, I want to get to our fertilizer shortage. It's a big deal. I'm telling you, we look at stories that no one else looks like, looks at. We are going to have a friend of mine and a friend of the show, Keith rose. He has never been wrong about one of these predictions. There is a massive synthetic fertilizer shortage happening in our country right now. Massive and no one wants to talk about it. Fertilizer shortages threaten to spike food costs. So just be ready for that when all of a sudden we have a food crisis in our country. Where did this come from? We tried to warn you. Fertilizer crisis also thanks to the war on petroleum, it's harder than ever to make synthetic fertilizer. Okay, so to summarize all this together, what's happening in the written house saga. Is the tyranny of double standards, the unequal application of the law and treating one group of people differently for the same set of circumstances or even more incriminating set of circumstances than others. The mccloskeys are rich, white, property owning, mansion dwelling people in the suburb of St. Louis, therefore, we must put them in prison, even though they got part and thank goodness. Kyle rittenhouse is a white gun wielding hat wearing wearing the hat backwards, which, oh, that must mean he's up to no good. Individual and therefore he must be penalized or criminalized. And. The threatening of jurors is the most interesting development here. How is that not jury tampering that George Floyd's cousins says, oh, we got a lot of people taking pictures. We got a lot of people taking pictures of this jury. That is direct threats against the jury. I want you to.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Squad pod com slash Charlie. What you see playing out in the Kyle rittenhouse trial is kind of this collision of different generations viewpoints and perspectives and classes all kind of fencing and jousting for their own preferred America that they want to live in. So you have three separate actors that are happening right now, and you have three different kind of symbols that you could put forward. First, you have Kyle, who represents the muscular class, and to be put at very bluntly, he represents young white men trying to find a place in this world. And we've talked about this for quite some time that there's an attack on men that not to mention the store we mentioned yet, we noticed yesterday where you can't even be hired by state street capital advisers as a white person without proper approval. You can't hire white people without approval at state street. And so Kyle rittenhouse is kind of a participant. He is a member of a lost generation. And being in this loss generation, he obviously decided to take up target shooting, video games, how dare he do such a thing as they brought up in his trial? And, you know, some people say, well, Charlie, Kyle rittenhouse shouldn't have been there that night. You're right. That's not a crime though. So doing things you shouldn't do, does that mean you should be locked up in prison? Indefinitely. And save me the soapbox lecturing, save me the kind of long, moralizing, while we had to go watch Wendy's be burned down in $3 billion of damages, and many of the rioters never actually having to be put on trial. Kyle represents the muscular class. And you know what? I have a soft spot for Kyle because I grew up with people just like Kyle. That talk like Kyle, the same sort of accent that view the world the same way as Kyle. And I will say that the verdict we'll see, but if he ends up getting acquitted, putting him on trial, I think that a lot of people on that jury said, huh? I have a son just like him. A little bit clueless. A little bit, what's the word I'm looking for Conor? I don't want to say close. I'm not insulting Kyle, by the way, at all. I'm on his team here, okay? He's a little bit clumsy. Naive. Not even plumbs are great. That's right. And he's just kind of one of the lost boys. And that's not an accusation against him. He's a member of a generation that has made him in a society and by the way, remember this. This is during some of the most the harshest, unconstitutional and immoral lockdowns that were all across the Midwest. Illinois and Wisconsin were largely locked down. And don't worry if you were a young Black Lives Matter activist, you were allowed to pillage and plunder for a molotov cocktails, but if you wanted to be a young white male and by the way, you know why he was there and the prosecution was laying this out. He was there to administer medical support. Gauze pads, emergency medical kits. So in the first category of Kyle rittenhouse, muscular class, young white male, which obviously our society is increasingly hostile towards young, white men. They're the problem, they must be rooted out. We have to get rid of whiteness AT&T tells us. That's right. AT&T tells us we have to get rid of whiteness. In the second category, and the most obvious category, and the least surprising is the self hating prosecution is the college educated, arrogant, smug, deceitful, elitist, treacherous, double minded type of prosecution that is kind of like, you know who the prosecution reminds me of it just came to me, Chris Hayes. Like if Chris Hayes was a prosecutor, that's who that would be. And this guy, let's use another example. John ossoff. From Georgia. It kind of looks like that. Suspiciously skinny kind of really an ally of BLM incorporated. So there you have Kyle rittenhouse. Naive. A little clumsy, but no bad intentions. Let me be very clear. The guy breaks down and cries. Through PTSD because he killed a couple people. He's not celebrating it. He's not looking to the jury with that kind of smug look, which, by the way, you're like, oh no, of course he isn't. You probably have not seen a lot of murder trials, by the way. There's plenty of times where people look plenty satisfied by what they did. Try to think of an instance where someone did that recently. There was some instance where someone said something or did something yeah, you're right. Some of the mass shooters, you're right. The Parkland kid. I'm not gonna say his name. The kid from the marginally Marjorie Stoneman Douglas in Florida. Kyle rittenhouse was is regretful. He's a kid who's still growing up. He's still going through the maturation process. And let's just let's just be honest. Why was this even an issue? This was an issue because of the person who should be on trial, which is the governor of Wisconsin Tony Evers who did not deploy the National Guard who did not bring in the police. If the police and the National Guard were doing their job, Kyle rittenhouse would have showed up with a gun, and they would have said son, go home. We got this. So you see, that's what men would do to a child who shows up to try to do the job. You see the difference? Now, I'm not insulting Kyle. I wanted to say this. I could just see the emails coming in Charlie while you're calling Kyle child. He was. He was 17. Showing up at the AR-15, it's not wise, okay?.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Bitter vengeful sociopathic person who enjoys trying to kill. And it might pay off for the defense. I don't think Kyle has had a moment, though. Right Connor, I don't think Kyle's had a moment where all of a sudden they've lost the case. I think he's answered some questions a little bit less than brilliantly. Whatever. I mean, God bless him for what he's going through. But remember, Derek Chauvin in the Floyd trial, he remained silent the whole time, and he obviously got the worst haircut in the world. He looked like a skinhead. I'm not saying it's true. I'm just saying you looked like a skinhead in the Floyd trial, and the jury just said oh he's terrible. Remember you're dealing with human beings judging human beings. When it comes down to these sort of issues and this sort of a trial, this is not necessarily the code of law. It's will the jury put a young man in prison. Ahmet telling you guys about relief factor for quite some time, and truth is, I know millions of people are in fact 100 million people are in some kind of paid look producer Andrew who can walk. He was a hobbled individual. He was bad ridden in his chair, complaining all the time. And then all of a sudden we got this call from a leaf factor they said, hey, we want to partner with your show. We're going to send you some relief factor. Producer Andrew got it. He took it, got a little bit better. Took some more, got a little bit better next thing you know, he's doing the false berry flop like you wouldn't believe. In fact, he might be training for an Iron Man. It's pretty incredible. Now he says it's thanks to relief factor, I ask him all the time, relief factor, says relief factor dot com 100% drug free supplement. You can get it for less than the cost of a cup of coffee a day..
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I know that's something in the Kenosha. I mean, the Kenosha trial. But this camera's in there. It's definitely cameras up in there and it's definitely people taking pictures of the jury's and everything like that. We know what's going on. So we need the same results, man. We need the same results. Justice for Dante right, justice for also. Oh, we need the same results. We have cameras of the jury. That is the illegal what he is doing. Yet the Department of Justice is too busy trying to go find a diary that belong to Biden's daughter while you have George Floyd's nephew May he rest in peace always saint George Floyd. May we owe his memory always be a blessing. It's ridiculous, how we have to put up with this charade for a couple years. And meanwhile, his nephew is threatening jurors in Kenosha. What I want to just say, though, that there is an unexpected hero. And that is the judge, Bruce Schroeder, he is a true wisconsinite, and he is pushing back against this aggressive prosecution that is unfairly trying to frame the case into something that it isn't. So let's go one by one. Let's go to 78, the judge is scolding the prosecution. By the way, where were judges like this standing up against election fraud? Where were judges like this standing up against the balloting issues? Where were judges like the standing up? Against any of the abuses of power we've seen, where are the judges like this that stood up against the Pfizer Warren app Warren application to spy on Donald Trump? This is how judges are supposed to work when the prosecution acts reckless and ballistic. Play cut 78. Why would you think that that made it okay for you without any advanced notice to bring this matter before the jury? You are already I was astonished. When you began your examination by commenting on the defendant's post arrest, silence. That's basic law. It's been basic law in this country for 40 years, 50 years. I have no idea why you would do something like that. And it gives well, I'll leave it at that. So I don't know what you're up to. Then cut 80 the judge continues by saying the prosecution, this is not permitted. This judge is how every judge in the country needs to be about standing up for the rule of law, standing up for due process, standing up for the constitution. Play cut 80. To what has already been introduced. The problem is, this is a grave constitutional violation for you to talk about the defendants, silence, and that is, and you're right. You're right on the you're right on the borderline. And you may, you may be over. But it better stop. Understood. This is I can't think of the case that an initial case on it, but this is not permitted. All right. Yes, did you already come in please? This judge dismissed the jury twice to scold the prosecution for crossing constitutional barriers and limits regarding Kyle rittenhouse's waving of his Fifth Amendment rights and also the line of questioning and not submitting basically the topics or the subjects that he was going to cross examine Kyle rittenhouse with. So let's play some of Kyle rittenhouse's testimony. So Kyle rittenhouse took the stand that is a huge risk. Now the only I could see positive wrinkle. I think Kyle's doing fine. He's a young guy, okay? He's a young man, and that is a tough situation. He's no. He knows he's on national TV being grilled by this jerk, but the only positive, remember, it doesn't matter necessarily how well you answer every question, what matters is can you win over one juror? And I think, again, I'm not saying this is wise, but I think actually I should I should think deeply about that. Because I'm constantly struggling. The defense is bet. Let me just do this. The defense's bet is that in today's America, this this decision, this case was not going to be decided on technical law. That instead, they need to win over one juror that says they don't want to put the young man Kyle rittenhouse, who is largely clueless around types of ammo and places and locations in jail. I believe that was the defense's thinking. Kyle rittenhouse explains cut 70 he breaks down when he is recounting how he got quartered by three men while trying to flee the conflict. I think that him crying is going to help him. I think the jury is going to see that. They saw that they say, this is not a murderer. This is a kid who defended himself. Play cut 70..
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors in the Kyle rittenhouse case. That's right, George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors that might not give them the verdict they want. So this is the way things work in America now. Judge the rule the way we want, or we're going to burn your city down. Put young white men who defend themselves in prison, or else we're going to destroy all the Wendy's in your local area. Play cut 32. I ain't even gonna name the people that I know that's something in the Kenosha. I mean, the Kenosha trial. But this camera's in there. It's definitely cameras up in there and it's definitely people taking pictures of the jury's and everything like that. We know what's going on. So we need the same results, man. We need the same results. Justice for Dante right, justice for also. Oh, we need the same results. We have cameras of the jury. That is the illegal what he is doing. Yet the Department of Justice is too busy trying to go find a diary that belong to Biden's daughter while you have George Floyd's nephew May he rest in peace always saint George Floyd. May we owe his memory always be a blessing. It's ridiculous, how we have to put up with this charade for a couple years. And meanwhile, his nephew is threatening jurors in Kenosha. What I want to just say, though, that there is an unexpected hero. And that is the judge, Bruce Schroeder, he is a true wisconsinite, and he is pushing back against this aggressive prosecution that is unfairly trying to frame the case into something that
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I did not plan it all to get to this. I have a whole stack of papers to get to. I can tell you, we're going to talk about snitches, we're going to talk about how school board members in Scottsdale, Arizona have spying files on you. Some of these things are going to have to wait till tomorrow. How they're getting rid of deez and fs how Pfizer COVID jab trials falsified data and then we got a lot of stories to get to, but I want to recap the written house stuff happening in real time because look, this written house situation is a lot bigger than just Kyle rittenhouse. Now why Kyle rittenhouse decided to testify? I might be proven wrong here. I'm by no means a legal expert, but I know that it's usually not wise to take the stand in your own defense. Now maybe it will humanize him maybe it will give the jury some ability to have compassion and sympathize with him, not exactly sure the wisdom behind it because it seems that despite Kyle doing his best, the prosecution has been so incredibly unfair. Now with that being said, let's go into some cuts here of the judge just laying it out. But first, let's frame the reality what's happening in Wisconsin. Cut 32. George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors in the Kyle rittenhouse case. That's right, George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors that might not give them the verdict they want. So this is the way things work in America now. Judge the rule the way we want, or we're going to burn your city down. Put young white men who defend themselves in prison, or else we're going to destroy all the Wendy's in your local area. Play cut 32. I ain't even.
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Let me ask you, I never understood this and quite honestly, we did a Kyle rittenhouse story 6 months ago talking about how I don't understand how these charges can be. What is he charged with first degree murder? That's right, two counts. How is that possible? It's an altercation. I mean, first degree murder is where you're like, I'm going to murder this person and go to their home with, you know, not some sort of bar fight going wrong. Yeah, so you're right, actually, that would be what you're talking about would potentially be either voluntary manslaughter. Yeah, that's what I never understood about this. War second degree murder because it was more indiscriminate. What they're saying is that the prosecution's argument is, is that Kyle rittenhouse brought his gun because he intended to murder these VLM protesters and that he had a vengeful intent. Now, what's interesting to me is that the prosecution just a few minutes ago before I came on the show, just rested in this case after about a week and a half of testimony. They did not present a single shred of evidence. The Kyle rittenhouse showed up with intend to hurt anyone. But this is what I can understand is that the judge, the pretrial arguments because this is just you have months to submit, you know, motions to dismiss. You're trying to tell me no one looked at this and say, wait a second. You're charging a guy who got in an altercation was, by the way, the guy that Kyle rittenhouse killed in self defense was like a child rapist or something, right? He was like a child pedophile or something? Is that right? Multiple count child rapists and honestly the I'm not saying he deserves to die because of it, but let's just details of those Kate that case if anyone wants to see it, it's absolutely. This is not Gandhi, okay? What is actually relevant? What's actually relevant to this is that he had just been released from a hospital where he was being held on a psychiatric hold, and we're told that he's been on and off anti psychotic medication, including seroquel. If anybody knows anyone who's been on that spectrum or takes that type of medication, this is very, very powerful medication. I think he killed him, right? He's dead? Is that right? He's dead, yes. Okay. But throughout this whole process, I failed to understand how this could possibly be presented in premeditated terms. And I thought to myself, maybe they have text messages of Kyle saying something with intent, maybe they have there's no such evidence,
"kyle rittenhouse" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.