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Kyle Rittenhouse Condescendingly Tries to Explain the Law to Biden (Who is a Lawyer): Watch My Trial Before You Defame Me
But this site has given the jury’s verdict all due respect, as the system should work in the United States. One of the problems with the trial was the law itself, which needs to change, among a great many other things outside of the jury’s control.
Having said the appropriate things regarding the Rittenhouse trial, we are now in a position to say that Rittenhouse needs to shut the fck up about everything, go home, not be heard from for over a year, perhaps forever, and ideally stop acting like a hero for putting himself in a position where he took two lives.
Instead, Rittenhouse has taken the opposite tack, and this 18-year old whose I.Q. seems to match an nicely warmed room in winter, has decided to come out and give President Joe Biden some advice.
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“What did you make of the president of the United States calling you a white supremacist?” Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked him during the interview.
Rittenhouse responded: “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.”
President Joe Biden, unlike the jury, is allowed to consider other things in making his considerations and conclusions. He is allowed to watch way more than the trial, you little shhhh
When Carlson said it’s not a “small thing” to be called a white supremacist, Rittenhouse responded, “It’s actual malice, defaming my character, for him to say something like that.”
Carlson knows what it’s like to be called a white supremacist because he is a white supremacist.
Rittenhouse, being a fcking idiot racist, doesn’t know that the truth is the ultimate defense to defamation:
— Jay Rouse (@JayRouseDC) November 22, 2021
To be brutally honest, Rittenhouse’s lawyer has seemed solid – as is his sworn duty – throughout, and he recommended that Rittenhouse to straight home from the trial and do exactly nothing for a long time.
It took one day for Rittenhouse to go from putting his life on the line by following the man’s advice to tossing the advice aside and doing what he’s always wanted to do anyway, play the hero. It is why he left home that fateful day.
It is also his cult hero status that he likely falls back on when “helping” the president of the United States to understand race relations and how the trial doesn’t quite tell the whole story, no matter how much Rittenhouse would like to limit what people know about him: