Kyle Rittenhouse shoots a video of himself firing a machine gun, he then gives a thumbs up and says:
“Joe Biden, you’re not coming for our guns.”
“Come and take ’em, Joe.”
Joe Biden is pushing for more gun control and most of his suggestions are already law in California and Chicago and they are high on the list of mass shootings.
California ranks number one. Law-abiding citizens find it nearly impossible to buy a gun because they follow the law, but, criminals have no problem getting guns because they don’t let the law get in their way.
There has been much hate aimed at Kyle for killing two and badly wounding a third. He was acquitted on the grounds of self-defense. That just increased the hate towards him. He was called a white supremacist and a mass murderer.
He is now taking those people to court, including Mark Zuckerberg. He will collect millions for the mainstream misinformation. They claimed he killed two Black men, but all three men were white, with criminal records.
People who watched the video had decidedly different takes on it:
First the lefties:
- “Is that a THREAT against the lawful PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES?” one commenter asked while adding a “Secret Service” hashtag.
- “How about you go join the military like other Americans who want to legally shoot people. …or do you not like the potential of someone shooting back?” another commenter told Rittenhouse.
- “What happens when a racist judge and jury let idiots go free,” another user declared.
- “President Biden has far more important things to do then [sic] to worry about ‘taking’ deadly playthings from a small-in-the-pants moron who doesn’t know his ass from his elbow,” another user wrote.
- “This definitely flirts with threatening a sitting president,” another commenter said. “Firing off 100 rounds in 3 seconds and immediately bringing up the president of the United States in a propaganda video?” The user added “SecretService” and “POTUS” hashtags.
- “F*** you, you little piece of s**t,” another user said. “MURDERER!”
But, there were others who praised Kyle:
- “This kid has more heart than all the Texas police force combined,” one commenter wrote.
- “If someone were pointing a gun at you, and you had a gun in your hand, you would’ve shot them, too. It’s called saving your life from a potential criminal/deadly threat,” another user said.
- “He is not a murderer; in fact, he is a hero, one of the greatest of the last decade who defended himself from violent thugs who were destroying a community,” another commenter wrote. “Honestly he deserves the Medal of Honor to serve as an example for every American.”