Kyle Rittenhouse put President Joe Biden on notice using very specific legal terms to describe what Biden and others said about a man presumed innocent who ended up being just that.
Kyle said: “Mr. President, if I could say one thing to you, I would urge you to go back and watch the trial and understand the facts before you make a statement. It’s actual malice, defaming my character for him to say something like that.
“I’m not really sure [where the police presence was], because they have a hard job – but I didn’t really think they got the support they needed.
“The governor, Tony Evers, failed the community and there should have been a lot more resources to help with that.
“There was actually a second time [I encountered Rosenbaum and] he said to the group, he said, this is the second time he threatened to kill everybody — He said, ‘I’m going to f-ing kill you, I’m going to cut your hearts out you f-ing N-words.’”
The rioters were “dissociating with him because he was spewing the N-word around and they didn’t seem to want to deal with him,” Kyle added before detailing the events of the night.
“I go back to CarSource Lot Number 2, and I tell everybody there what happened. I said, ‘I had to do it.’ I was just attacked. I was dizzy. I was vomiting. I couldn’t breathe.
“We couldn’t – I wanted to turn myself into the police in Kenosha but I wasn’t able to because they weren’t accepting visitors, apparently with the barricades and the fence up so we ended up turning myself into the Antioch police department.
“I agree with the BLM movement. I agree everybody has a right to protest and assemble — but I do not agree that people have the right to burn down American cities to try to spread their message.
“I think there are other ways to go around and do that.”
“I was in jail for 87 days. Lin Wood was raising money on my behalf, and he held me in jail for 87 days – disrespected my wishes, put me on media interviews, which I should never have done along with John Pierce.
“They said I was safer in jail instead of at home with my family.
“It was the right to self-defense on trial. If I was convicted, no one would ever be privileged to defend their life against attackers.
“Apparently to many people on the left, it is criminal to protect your community.”
Tucker: "What did you make of the president of the United States calling you a white supremacist?"— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 23, 2021
Rittenhouse: "It's actual malice, defaming my character, for him to say something like that." pic.twitter.com/90OnmwFyNU
Damn right, hope Kyle sues him and the Fake News Media into oblivion. https://t.co/zugvY0a8Rn— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) November 23, 2021