Every freedom loving remnant of America will without a doubt be keeping a close eye on Kyle’s situation. They have charged this young man with first degree murder, declaring that he pre-planned and pre-meditated his actions as he was forced to fire his weapon that he had on his person for protection.
I haven’t had time to look into the guy’s background. I have no clue what his political affiliations are, if any. I have no knowledge of this young man outside of what is shown on video from the night he was forced to defend his life. During the chaos Kyle was put in the position to either fire on his aggressors or take a chance of being beaten and shot to death himself.
I have no idea why he was there, but he was. Someone’s presence in any given place does not implicate them of a crime. I’ve learned this from watching roving antifa mobs move from city to city and the master class has no problem with it, nor are the losers being charged with anything. The difference in their scenarios and Kyle’s is that Kyle apparently isn’t a worthless vagabond with nothing better to do than participate in destroying a once-great country. But I digress…
Canary Kyle Rittenhouse: I will say this. If this guy gets the book thrown at him, then we are most assuredly in the last moments of our formerly known freedoms. What good will it be having an amendment guarantee our gun rights if we aren’t able to use those guns to defend our lives when there is clear and present danger?
The videos and photos that poured online the night of 8/26/20 prove without question that this guy was being chased, assaulted, and clearly showed that his life was in trouble. You can see it all on his face as he was in the midst of the ordeal. It’s written like a horror story.
Look at him. If you can’t see it, then look harder. I see fear and disarray. I see a young man that did what had to be done and was none too thrilled to be doing it. It was him or them.
We shouldn’t be waiting to do this, but I’ll end with this; if Kyle is convicted, I pray it serves as a wake-up call for anybody left in this country that is under the delusion that this is the same country it was 30, 20, 10, 5, even 1 year ago. We had best begin forming local alliances in our communities with like-minded folks as though we are on the reality show Big Brother with Julie Chen. Only this isn’t a game, this is real life; it’s our nation, not a house; and our Big Brother is a real bastard that looks nothing like an Asian chick.