A Few Notes on the Rittenhouse Case


If you only watched or learned about the Rittenhouse trial via ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, or NBC, you will not know:

The gas station, where they initially attacked Rittenhouse, is owned by his grandparents. They came on to his family’s property to attack him.

Rittenhouse put out a dumpster fire being rolled towards that same gas station, meant to burn it down and possibly cause an explosion.

On orders, the police had to stand down while businesses were looted and destroyed.

His father and Grandparents live in Kenosha, twenty minutes from where he resided with his mom part-time in Illinois.

Rittenhouse was knocked down twice and then nearly kicked the head.

Huber hit Rittenhouse in the head twice with a skateboard.

Grosskreutz aimed his gun at Rittenhouse first, which he admitted on the stand.

In Wisconsin, it is legal for Rittenhouse to have a gun, even at 17, and that he did not cross state lines illegally while in possession of the weapon.

Rosenbaum was a five-time convicted pedophile.

Huber was a two-time convicted domestic abuser.

Grosskreutz is a convicted Burglar with an assault on his record also.

All three men shot were not Black but White.

Prosecutors withheld video of the attack, and when forced to admit this and send a copy to the defense, the video was compromised and nearly unviewable.

Police caught an MSNBC reporter following the bus carrying jurors to their homes and photographing them, and the news agency was banned from covering the trial.

And finally, President Joe Biden defamed Rittenhouse before the trial began because he gets his news from the dishonest media, too.

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