Kyle Rittenhouse, the 18-year-old who was recently found not guilty on all five charges against him related to the shooting deaths of two men and injury of another, appeared on Tucker Carlson’s top-rated Fox News tonight, where he discussed several topics. Carlson asked him about Democrats, celebrities, and other far-left activists referring to him as a “white supremacist for killing two white men in self-defense.

Last September, Biden criticized President Trump on Twitter for not reprehending “white supremacists.” In the campaign video he posted, Kyle Rittenhouse’s face was used when he mentioned white supremacists, explicitly implying that Rittenhouse is a white supremacist when there is zero evidence of such a thing. This was just the beginning of the misrepresentation of Rittenhouse’s character and intentions. No wonder people began to think the people he shot were Black when, in reality, they were White.

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Biden doubled down in another tweet with an image of Kyle Rittenhouse, accusing Trump of refusing to “disavow white supremacists” while debating him.

Carlson specifically asked the Illinois teenager about Joe Biden and others calling him a “white supremacist.” Rittenhouse replied by urging Biden to go back and watch the video, adding, “It’s actual malice, defaming my character, for him to say something like that.”

Rittenhouse explained that he had been threatened. He told Carlson, “Some of the things people say are absolutely sickening. When Kyle was asked if he was confident that the government would protect him, he responded with a nervous laugh, “I hope so, but we all know how the FBI works.”


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