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     Kyle Rittenhouse joined The Blaze podcast You Are Here on Monday, in which he responded to the host’s praise of his actions by saying the killings were “nothing to be congratulated about.” During the interview, co-host Sydney Watson labeled the killings as “kind of impressive,” adding, “of all the people that you shot at, you killed probably two of the worst on the planet.” Rittenhouse shot three men, Joseph Rosenbaum, Anthony Huber, and Gaige Grosskreutz, during the 2020 protests in Kenosha following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, and was acquitted last month on all charges related to the shootings. Rittenhouse fatally shot Rosenbaum and Huber that night, and while he did not kill Grosskreutz, Grosskreutz has said he lost 90% of his right bicep. “Congratulations,” Watson told Rittenhouse. “Good job, you.” Rittenhouse responded by telling Watson that those killings are “nothing to be congratulated about,” admitting, “If I could go back, I wish I would never have had to take somebody’s life.” “Hindsight being 20/20, probably not the best idea to go down there. Can’t change that, but I defended myself and that’s what happened,”...
    Sipping on his ice tea and smiling, Kyle Rittenhouse joined BlazeTV's You Are Here show to rip lead prosecutor Thomas Binger, joke about the night he killed two men, and discuss his time in "adult jail." "So, uh, Binger is like you're looking at somebody going to eighth-grade prom," Rittenhouse, 18, said. "Wearing their Star Wars pin on their shirt, and then you have the fat guy lunch box, um, give him a ham sandwich, he'll leave you alone." After addressing the fashion and weight of the lead prosecutor in his case, Rittenhouse called out Binger's "unicorn" hairstyle and talked about the "moronic" prosecution. TEENAGER LEFT WITH FRACTURED SKULL AFTER BEING LURED OUTSIDE AND BEATEN AT PARTY: REPORT "I sort of knew I was going to win when the Binger, we'll call him the Binger, lied in his opening statement, saying I chased down Mr. Rosenbaum, which is factually incorrect," Rittenhouse said. Whether it was negligence or omission, Binger did not have a case, Rittenhouse said. When asked if he has PTSD...
    Welcome to the Tuesday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about Kyle Rittenhouse saying “F**k” LeBron James, a Cincinnati fan goes viral for disrespecting Nick Saban and Alabama ahead of their College Football Playoff game, Miami officially hires Mario Cristobal and gives him a monster contract, Nebraska fans are apparently the drunkest in all of college football, “Yellowstone” shocks fans in the latest episode and Tuesday is the 80-year anniversary of Japan’s sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. Let’s dive in. TOPICS: Kyle Rittenhouse Says ‘F**k’ LeBron James Cincinnati Fan Disrespects Alabama And Nick Saban In Embarrassing Video. Crimson Tide Fans Will Be Furious Miami’s New Football Coach Is Earning Enough Money To Buy A Private Jet Every Season The Drunkest Football Fans In America Have Been Revealed, And Number Three Is Insulting ‘Yellowstone’ Shocks In Latest Episode. Fans Can’t Stop Talking About The Bloody Ending Tuesday Marks The 80-Year Anniversary Of The Attack On Pearl Harbor As always, thanks for taking some time out of your busy schedules to hop in...
    KYLE RITTENHOUSE is an 18-year-old resident of Illinois who was found not guilty in the deaths of Anthony Huber, 26, Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and the injury of Gaige Grosskreutz, now 27. During his court appearances in November of 2021, Rittenhouse was seen crying, an act that had many people on social media questioning it's validity. 2Kyle Rittenhouse has spoken out about LeBron James' comments about his trial What did Kyle Rittenhouse tell LeBron James? On November 10, 2021, award-winning NBA player LeBron James took to his Twitter account to share his opinion on the Kyle Rittenhouse court hearing, which was taking place at the time. USA Today posted a video of Rittenhouse crying to their Twitter feed, to which LeBron quote tweeted the clip, writing: "What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court. ????????????" On Monday, December 6, 2021, Rittenhouse appeared on a Blaze TV You Are Here interview, to which he responded to LeBron's tweet about him. "I was really pissed off when he...
    KYLE Rittenhouse told LeBron James "f**k you" on Monday weeks after the NBA star claimed the teen had "fake tears" during his trial. The 18-year-old was appearing on The Blaze's podcast You Are Here to speak about his time in court and his life after being found not guilty of murder. 2Kyle Rittenhouse broke down in tears during his testimonyCredit: Reuters 2LeBron James mocked Rittenhouse's tears on TwitterCredit: AP During his own testimony, the court was forced to take a break after Rittenhouse appeared to break down in tears and struggled to continue to speak about the events that led up to him shooting dead two people. “What tears?????" the Lakers star tweeted on November 10. "I didn’t see one. Man, knock it off! "That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court," he claimed. Rittenhouse blasted the comments as he claimed he was a "Lakers fan too before he said that." "I was really pi**ed off when he said that, because I liked LeBron and then I’m like, you know what f**k...
    Kyle Rittenhouse lashed out against NBA star LeBron James for poking fun at his tearful testimony during the Kenosha shooting trial on Twitter last month.  Rittenhouse, 18, who was dramatically acquitted in the shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber during a Black Lives Matter protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year, appeared on the You Are Here conservative podcast on Monday, when the hosts began bashing James. During the trial, the Lakers player mocked Rittenhouse for breaking down while giving testimony. In a Twitter post, he wrote: 'What tears? I didn't see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court.' But speaking to podcast co-hosts Sydney Watson and Elijah Schaffer this week, Rittenhouse hit back saying: ‘I was really p****d off when he said that because I liked LeBron, and then I'm like, you know what, f*** you, LeBron.'   Watson added: 'You have to give the man credit. It took all four of his brain cells to construct that tweet.'    Kyle Rittenhouse bashed LeBron James during Monday's episode of the You Are...
    Chillin’ with That One Kid from Kenosha | Guests: Kyle Rittenhouse & Sara Gonzales | 12/6/21 www.youtube.com Anything else? Contrary to some reporting, Rittenhouse is not suing James for defamation. An attorney for the teen told USA Today that his client has not filed any defamation suits against James and that any reports to the contrary are erroneous. A viral Facebook post dated Nov. 30 asserted that a federal magistrate approved a defamation suit against James for mocking the teen on social media during his murder trial. In response to the claims, Mark Richards, Rittenhouse's lead attorney, told the outlet via email that "just cause [sic] it is on the internet doesn’t make it so." Rittenhouse spokesperson David Hancock also told the Associated Press that Rittenhouse's legal team is not discussing any filings.
    Kyle Rittenhouse criticized NBA star LeBron James Monday on Blaze TV’s “You Are Here” over the basketball player’s tweet about Rittenhouse’s testimony during the homicide trial before he was acquitted on all counts. After Rittenhouse broke down in tears during his testimony about the riot when he shot three people, James tweeted, “What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man, knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court.” When asked if he regrets going to the Kenosha protests, Rittenhouse said, “Hindsight being 20/20, probably not the best idea to go down there. Can’t change that, but I defended myself and that’s what happened.” He added, “Everyone should be able to defend themselves. I think it’s a God-given right, the right to self-defense. That’s what was on trial in Wisconsin, the right to self-defense.” On the public’s reaction to his trial on social media, Rittenhouse said, “This world is so messed up. The things people just say and how they come out and attack people for random reasons.” When asked to respond to James’ tweet, Rittenhouse said, “I was a Lakers fan...
    Kyle Rittenhouse slammed NBA star LeBron James for a tweet criticizing his emotional testimony during his homicide trial before he was acquitted on all counts. The 18-year-old responded to James, who last month mocked Rittenhouse in a tweet when he broke down in tears while on the witness stand, during an interview with Elijah Schaffer on BlazeTV's You Are Here show. "I was a Lakers fan too before he said that. I was really pissed off when he said that because I liked LeBron, and then I'm like, you know, 'F*** you, LeBron,'" Rittenhouse said. MAYBE LEBRON JAMES WOULD SUPPORT KYLE RITTENHOUSE IF HE HAD TRIED TO STAB A WOMAN OR KILL A POLICE OFFICER Rittenhouse broke down on the stand while delivering his testimony about his actions during the unrest on Aug. 25, 2020, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in which the teenager says he shot a rifle in self-defense as rioters chased him. "What tears?????" James tweeted in response to video of Rittenhouse getting emotional. "I didn't see one. Man knock it...
    by John Donohue, Stanford University As the country awaits a U.S. Supreme Court decision in a New York state case that may create a federal constitutional right to carry guns outside the home, what lessons can the nation draw from the recent acquittal in Wisconsin of Kyle Rittenhouse and the convictions in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia? The obvious first lesson is that no one would be dead, maimed or going to prison if the men in these cases had not possessed firearms or had just left their weapons at home. The man Rittenhouse maimed learned that his self-proclaimed constant gun carrying not only did not protect him or others, but simply added him to the victim count when he pointed his gun at Rittenhouse. During the oral argument in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen on Nov. 3, 2021, a number of the conservative Supreme Court justices seemed unaware of a second lesson: The best empirical evidence shows that carrying guns outside the home substantially elevates the risk to the public. As...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is not a fan of LeBron James. Prior to the teenager being acquitted on all charges on his self-defense shooting case in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the four-time NBA champion accused Rittenhouse of faking his tears while on the witness stand. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Well, Rittenhouse certainly didn’t forget King James’ stupid tweet. What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court. ???????????? https://t.co/LKwYssIUmD — LeBron James (@KingJames) November 11, 2021 “I was a Lakers fan too before he said that. I was really pissed off when he said that because I liked LeBron, and then I’m like, you know what, f**k you, LeBron,” Rittenhouse said while appearing on “You Are Here” when asked about LeBron’s infamous tweet. You can watch his full comments below. They’re roughly two hours into the stream. Do we think Rittenhouse has a bone to pick with LeBron or do we think he has a bone to pick with LeBron? The answer...
    Kyle Rittenhouse said on Monday that if he were he able to go back in time, he would not have been in Kenosha, Wisconsin on the night he shot three people in August of 2020. Rittenhouse was 17 years old when he shot three men, killing two, during riots in Kenosha last year after the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man. Rittenhouse was acquitted last month on all charges related to the shootings. “Hindsight being 20/20, probably not the best idea to go down there. Can’t change that, but I defended myself and that’s what happened,” said Rittenhouse on The Blaze’s You Are Here, hosted by Elijah Schaffer and Sydney Watson. “Everyone should be able to defend themselves,” added Rittenhouse. “I think it’s a God-given right, the right to self-defense. That’s what was on trial in Wisconsin, the right to self-defense.” Rittenhouse’s mother, Wendy Rittenhouse, told CBS News toward the end of her son’s trial, “If he had to do it all over again, he probably would not go down to Kenosha. Kyle’s nature is to help people.” When asked if her son...
    Brown added that not everything needs to have a political motivation and that the agenda of seeing racism in everything is garbage. "Everything ain’t political, OK?" he continued. "A bunch of people are getting paid to push this racist s**t. That’s all it is.” He added, "These motherf***ers ain't got no lane they're in — they really don't got nothing to say. The only thing they get paid off of is talking about how racist it is. Them motherf***ers got good cars, good houses, good everything telling you how bad it is. Motherf***er, it don't look bad. You're driving a Benz, you're goddamn flying all over the world, you have speaking engagements, you motherf***ers got black ties and security and s**t. How you motherf***ers so bad off?" Brown even went so far as to name names. "I saw goddamn Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson — I saw goddamn Roland Martin," he added. "Them motherf***ers got black ties, security. Them motherf***ers got a black SUV. Them motherf***ers riding in style. ... So how in the f*** is...
              moreby Logan Dubil   Some Princeton university students are pushing back after receiving a politically-charged email from a dean following the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Princeton University students enrolled in the School of Public and International Affairs received a Nov. 20 email, obtained by Campus Reform, titled “Our Moral Duty” from the dean of the school, Dean Amaney Jamal. “Last August, Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed two protestors and wounded a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin. During his trial, he emotionally broke down on the stand, saying he was acting in self-defense. Today, he was acquitted of all six charges against him, including three of which were homicide related,” the email read. Jamal then goes on to assert that Rittenhouse was an “minor vigilante carrying a semi-automatic rifle across state lines, killing two people,” saying she “fail[s] to comprehend how he could be “declared innocent by the U.S. justice system.” Evidence revealed that Kyle Rittenhouse did not in fact carry a weapon across state lines. He obtained it in the state of Wisconsin, the location where the incident took place. In the email, Jamal also asked students...
              more   A University of Georgia (UGA) professor said in a recent column that the not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial will motivate members of the political right to inflict violence upon the left. That professor, Cas Mudde, teaches international affairs, according to his UGA profile. “We know that ‘self-defense’ – often better known as vigilantism – is legally protected and highly racialized in this country. Think of the acquittal of George Zimmerman of the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2013,” Mudde wrote in a Guardian column. “In essence, the Rittenhouse ruling has created a kind of ‘stand your ground’ law for the whole country. White people now have the apparent right to travel around the country, heavily armed, and use violence to protect the country from whatever and whoever they believe to be threatening to it. Given the feverish paranoia and racism that has captured a sizeable minority of white people in the U.S. these days, this is a recipe for disaster.” The Rittenhouse verdict, Mudde went to on to say, gives “rightwing vigilantes a legal precedent to...
              more   Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio for another edition of Crom’s Crommentary. CARMICHAEL CONTINUED: Michael, I haven’t been the case itself, but I have been watching the Smollett case in Chicago. And there’s something that just kind of hits me as you see the reports on the case. And then you go back to the Rittenhouse case. You go to the Aubrey case and you go to the flash mobs that we talked about earlier and you talked about the protest. They’re all on video. Every single thing we’re talking about is on video. And it’s a fascinating thing to me that the left can see a video that people can see exactly the same thing and believe that and conclude the opposite of what they’re looking at. Now, in the case of Smollett, where a person is innocent until proven guilty, and...
    Lin Wood, a longtime QAnon minion, is now singing a very different tune when it comes to the conspiracy-driven movement. Wood, who has also made national headlines for his support of former President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the presidential election, recently took to the online messaging platform Telegram to share his perspective of the QAnon movement. Some of the remarks he made in his post have left many people baffled. According to HuffPost, Wood claimed he has “'formed an opinion that Q speaks truth,'” referring to the anonymous poster in QAnon lore who has purported high-level government clearance and deep access to state secrets." “I know that I agree with the principles of Q in its fight against child sex trafficking, pedophilia, and satanic rituals,” said Wood, a self-proclaimed "Anon." "I believe that Anons are like me," Wood said. "They research the information provided from Q drops. I am generally familiar with Q drops from others as I do not study them and am way behind in trying to interpret them. I think I can fairly be...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. State should make police bodycams mandatory I am writing to urge the state to make body cameras mandatory for every police department in California. As 2021 comes to a close, not all police departments in California make it mandatory. This must change. California has had its share of police misconduct. Body cameras not only prevent police brutality, they can disprove false accusations against police. Evidence shows a drop in use of force and misconduct with body cameras. Please take time to consider this. Noah Mocettini Livermore Planning can make safer roads for micro-mobility Upon reading yet another news item of a “bicyclist killed in collision …” (“San Jose: Bicyclist killed in collision on Bascom Avenue,” Nov. 29), the city planner major inside me couldn’t resist the urge of scrutinizing the location on Google Maps. My Swiss nationality tends to provide me with a hard bias toward cities that take advantage of their natural predispositions and against those who don’t. What could be more convincing...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Without more water new building must stop Re. “How San Jose can navigate extreme drought,” Page A18, Nov. 21: Due to a water shortage caused by the drought, San Jose will have the most stringent restrictions of any major city in the state (“San Jose Water adopts drought restrictions,” Page A1, Nov. 19). We must reduce water usage by 15% or pay a fine in the form of extra fees. This restriction will last until the drought ends, which may be years. If this is so serious, why are we planning for urban villages and destroying single-family neighborhoods with multiplexes in order to add another 40,000 people? It is irresponsible to be adding to our population when our resources are so limited. We should put a moratorium on new residential building permits as long as this restriction is in effect. When we have the necessary water, then we can add to our population. There will come a time when we will have to say, “No...
    Kyle Rittenhouse appeared in a public Q&A hosted by Twitter Spaces Friday and elaborated about his love of fast food and sweet-and-sour sauce during some lighter moments. Rittenhouse spoke to Twitter users Friday in an impromptu Q&A held over the platform's audio chatroom feature, Twitter Spaces. Rittenhouse answered questions from the public about his trial, plans for the future and his personal perspective.  At one point, Rittenhouse mentioned that the first meal he ate after being released from prison was a large order of chicken nuggets from McDonald's. DEM REP. AYANNA PRESSLEY WON'T SAY IF SHE REGRETS CALLING KYLE RITTENHOUSE A ‘WHITE SUPREMACIST DOMESTIC TERRORIST’ "I showed up with fifty McNuggets," spokesperson Dave Hancock said over the chatroom. "He got in the car, changed his clothes, started wolfing down his McDonald's." "Not to be critical," Rittenhouse chimed in, laughing, "but he did forget my McFlurry. But he made up for it later." Kyle Rittenhouse reacts after he is found not guilty on all counts at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021. (Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha...
    Kyle Rittenhouse told a virtual audience Friday that his biggest priority right now is attending college and moving forward with his life.Rittenhouse appeared Friday alongside his spokesperson, Dave Hancock, to field questions from Twitter users about his trial and subsequent legal actions being planned by his camp. During the talk on Twitter Spaces, one user asked if Rittenhouse planned any lawsuits.  Hancock said lawsuits weren't being planned at the moment, while Rittenhouse said he was eager to move forward in life and was focusing on school. "Right now, no one is sitting around discussing that," Hancock replied. Hancock added that a financial dispute over donations sent to Lin Wood's Fight Back Foundation "is being worked on with Kyle's attorneys." "I'm focusing on moving on with my life and attending Arizona State University," Rittenhouse replied, adding, "My goal is to go into a Walmart and not be recognized." ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS PROTEST 'KILLER KYLE RITTENHOUSE AS POSSIBLE STUDENT Rittenhouse's relationship with the Arizona college has been rocky. He has previously said that he was enrolled at the university and planned...
    Comedian Andrew Schulz unleashed a rant for the ages about the coverage of Kyle Rittenhouse compared to Darrell Brooks. Rittenhouse was acquitted on all charges after shooting three people – two fatally – during a violent riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin in the summer of 2020. Yet, the media and celebrities treated Rittenhouse like a monster, despite the clear evidence showing he acted in self-defense. Meanwhile, Brooks is accused of murdering six people and injuring dozens more after allegedly driving his vehicle through a parade in Waukesha, WI. Despite the gravity of the situation, the media and celebrities don’t seem interested in talking, and that doesn’t make Schulz very happy. Schulz said the following in part during his exchange with Charlamagne: The f**king news propaganda that we digest all the time to sell clicks and it’s easy for Hollywood celebrities to look woke and supportive by tweeting about it. This is why [the Rittenhouse trial] is a news story. The same why it’s not a news story when that dude ran over a bunch of people in Waukesha. Nobody...
              more   Arizona State University (ASU) Thursday defended a photo circulating the internet that depicts a woman on its campus holding a sign that says “Death 2 America” during Wednesday’s anti-Kyle Rittenhouse protests. ”University campuses are synonymous with free speech, an environment for the vigorous discussion and debate of ideas,” an ASU spokesperson told The Arizona Sun Times. “Differences of opinion, from all sides, should be explored in a peaceful exchange.” The photo was taken by Drew Hernandez, an independent reporter who attended the protest. ARIZONA: ASU socialists proudly holding “DEATH 2 AMERICA” signs to protest Kyle Rittenhouse attending online classes at the university even though he is no longer enrolled at the school pic.twitter.com/hVaVtphHwz — Drew Hernandez (@DrewHLive) December 1, 2021 Hernandez was also present at the August 25, 2020 riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where Rittenhouse shot and killed two rioters in self-defense. He testified at Rittenhouse’s trial. In its statement, the school also told The Star that “many of the people who attended the rally yesterday were not students, they simply came to campus to exploit this opportunity.” It...
              moreby Benjamin Yount   In response to the Kyle Rittenhouse case, Kenosha’s three Democratic lawmakers have introduced a plan to make it illegal for anyone under 18 to carry a rifle or a shotgun unless they are hunting. “While Wisconsin law generally prohibits a minor from possessing a dangerous weapon, there is an exception which allows a minor to possess a long gun or rifle if the barrel is longer than 16 inches,” Sen. Bob Wirch, D-Somers, along with Reps. Tod Ohnstad, D-Kenosha, and Tip McGuire, D-Kenosha, said in a statement. “The exception was made to respect Wisconsin’s sporting heritage. This bill simply clarifies that a minor may only possess a long gun or rifle if they are legally hunting and in compliance with hunting laws.” Prosecutors in the Rittenhouse case tried to charge him with illegal possession of a firearm, but that charge was dropped because Wisconsin law allows some teenagers to carry certain rifles and shotguns. Wirch, Ohnstad and McGuire said that law was clearly designed for hunting, not carrying a rifle through the streets. They want to...
              more   Arizona State University (ASU) officials say Kyle Rittenhouse may enroll for classes, notwithstanding radical student groups like the ASU Students For Socialism’s vows to demonstrate on campus Wednesday to demand the school prevent him from attending. Rittenhouse, who was recently acquitted of homicide for defending himself, has taken online courses at ASU previously and said after the acquittal that he intends to resume them. Several prominent ASU graduates denounced the protest, and one, State Sen. Kelly Townsend (R-Mesa), pushed ASU for a response. Townsend told The Arizona Sun Times she asked ASU’s President Michael Crowe on Tuesday whether Rittenhouse had been disenrolled. In a more detailed statement than previously offered, ASU responded, “Kyle Rittenhouse did not go through the ASU admissions process, but was enrolled in two publicly available courses for this semester. University records show that he is no longer enrolled, a status precipitated by his own actions.” During an interview with Ashleigh Banfield of NewsNation, Rittenhouse said he had taken a “compassionate withdrawal” from his two online ASU courses because, he said, he was “overwhelmed with...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is no longer enrolled at Arizona State University (ASU), where a mob of left-wing students have called for his expulsion, despite Rittenhouse being acquitted of all charges. “Kyle Rittenhouse has not gone through the ASU admissions process,” a university spokesperson told the New York Post. “University records show that he is not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU.” Rittenhouse was enrolled as an online student at the university, according to a report by Tucson.com. ASU had also confirmed earlier this month that Rittenhouse had been taking classes as an online student for its session starting on October 13, but wasn’t enrolled in its Edson College of Nursing and Health, reported the Post. The news of Rittenhouse no longer being enrolled at ASU comes after a mob of socialist students demanded the school expel the 18-year-old, who they called a racist, “blood-thirsty murderer,” despite the fact that a jury found Rittenhouse acted in self defense. The socialist students then laid out their list of “demands,” which includes expelling Rittenhouse, and for the university to “Release a statement against white supremacy [and] racist murderer Kyle...
    Bodycam footage from a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer appears to show the moment an NBC freelancer admitted to following the Kyle Rittenhouse jury bus while under instruction from bosses in New York. The footage shows an officer pulling over a man, who identifies himself as a producer for NBC. “I work for NBC. [I’m a] producer,” the man, believed to be James Morrison, said. “Were you following a vehicle?” the unidentified police officer can be heard asking. “I was trying to see … I was being called by New York, maybe you need to follow up.., I was trying to do what they told me to do.” “New York told you to follow a vehicle?” the officer asked. “Yes,” the producer said. remember when the media claimed the NBC reporter wasn’t following the jury? Listen to his own words pic.twitter.com/Imj87UsqPL — crypto lefty???? (@leftyinvests) November 30, 2021 “How did they know about this vehicle?” the officer pressed. The producer then said it was “discrete” and he was “just trying to find a location.” The officer, speaking with other officers,...
    Kyle Rittenhouse has opened up about his trial, revealing that he knew the 'state didn't have a case' against him when 'they put Dominic Black on the stand.'  Rittenhouse, 18, appeared on the Charlie Kirk Show on Tuesday to discuss his infamous case after he was acquitted earlier this month for fatally shooting two men and injuring another at the Kenosha protests.  During the hour-long interview, the teen discussed the risk of taking the stand instead of pleading the Fifth, but explained he 'wanted the world to know who the real Kyle Rittenhouse was.'  He told the conservative host that he had been 'freaking out' during the run up to the trial, despite his remarkably calm composure in court, but he felt the tide turn in his favor when the prosecution called his friend Black - who purchased the AR-15 Rittenhouse used in Kenosha with the teen's money. He explained that he knew then that there wasn't a case against him because the prosecution was banking on Black to 'lie,' he claimed.  Kyle Rittenhouse has opened up about his trial, revealing that...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is no longer enrolled at the Arizona State University (ASU) following student protests demanding his withdrawal from campus despite a jury acquitting him on murder charges earlier this month. The university has confirmed Rittenhouse's decision to leave campus, saying he was only registered part-time last year for a non-degree online course that he did not complete. 'Our records show that he is not currently enrolled,' ASU spokesperson Jay Thorne said in a statement to The Arizona Republic, adding that the decision taken by Rittenhouse was not a result of any action taken by the university against him.   A spokesperson for Arizona State University told Dailymail.com that Rittenhouse has 'not gone through the ASU admissions procession. University records show that he is not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU.'  Scroll down for video   Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, chose not to sign up for classes at Arizona State University amid student protests on his enrollment. Last year, Rittenhouse took a non-degree and online nursing class but did not complete it. Pictured: Rittenhouse during his interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson...
    Photo via DeSantis/TwitterGov. Ron DeSantis closed Monday with a message from his campaign about the media’s “optional reality” regarding recent events in Wisconsin, again syncing campaign messaging with that from the official side. At a press conference on Monday, DeSantis offered his opinion about an attack at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin. DeSantis suggested then that the driver of the SUV that killed six people at that event was motivated to do so by “media lies” about Kyle Rittenhouse. The campaign email conflates coverage of DeSantis’ gubernatorial duties with media coverage of the massacre and the aftermath. It also throws in references to parents protesting school board meetings. “The corporate media eagerly labels frustrated parents speaking out at a school board meeting as ‘domestic terrorists’ but actively choose to look the other way when someone rams a vehicle into a parade of innocent people. That’s the current state of our media,” the email contends. DeSantis does not provide examples of “corporate media” choosing to “look the other way,” instead he draws parallels between coverage of the Waukesha tragedy and that of DeSantis’ own...
    Fairly even-handed so far — but then things got racial. “But for me, what’s the most appalling thing about this is [Rittenhouse] ran toward the police with his hands up, with a weapon right here, and the police did this — they waved him through," the teacher said in a decidedly exasperated tone. "Seriously, if he was black, would he have been waved through? No goddamn way.” The teacher continued: “That’s what this is about ... it’s about people seeing people differently. There's no way he would've been waved through the police line with a semiautomatic weapon if he was a different race." 'Put your hand down — it’s my turn' Then it appears that the student who's recording the teacher's rant puts his hand up to ask a question or make a point. Image source: YouTube screenshot But the teacher rebuffs him: "Put your hand down. It’s my turn, OK?” The teacher added that Rittenhouse walking past cops was "an example of racism being used as a weapon...
    1/3 We have been disheartened to learn that some individuals and businesses have been using our Rittenhouse Straight Rye Whiskey brand to celebrate the Kyle Rittenhouse case verdict, despite the profound loss of life from those events. — Heaven Hill Brands (@Heaven Hill Brands) 1637523138 The company added: "There is no link between our Rittenhouse Rye brand, which was started post-prohibition to commemorate Rittenhouse Square, and this case. It is our strongly held belief that in serious matters such as this, where lives were lost and people deeply affected, there is no cause for celebration, but instead deep reflection on how we can make the world a more peaceful and respectful place for all." 3/3 there is no cause for celebration, but instead deep reflection on how we can make the world a more peaceful and respectful place for all. — Heaven Hill Brands (@Heaven Hill Brands) 1637523166 How did folks react? As you might guess, many commenters took Heaven Hill to task for unnecessary hand-wringing and "virtue signaling": "I'll celebrate a verdict that reaffirms...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is not currently enrolled in any Arizona State University classes, school officials said this week following demands from students that the administration "withdraw" Rittenhouse from the school.  "Kyle Rittenhouse has not gone through the admissions process with Arizona State University and is not enrolled in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. ASU can confirm that Mr. Rittenhouse enrolled as a non-degree seeking ASU Online student for the session that started Oct. 13, 2021, which allows students access to begin taking classes as they prepare to seek admission into a degree program at the university," the university initially said in a statement following Rittenhouse saying in court that he was taking nursing classes at the school.  ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DEMAND ADMINISTRATION TO 'WITHDRAW' KYLE RITTENHOUSE: 'KILLER OFF OUR CAMPUS' Kyle Rittenhouse is not currently enrolled in any Arizona State University classes, according to school officials (Sean Krajacic-Pool/Getty Images) The administration released another statement on Monday explaining that the 18-year-old is not enrolled in any classes at the school.  "Kyle Rittenhouse has not gone through the ASU...
    Arizona State graduate student and Campus Reform correspondent Judah Waxelbaum blasted the university after leftist clubs demanded Kyle Rittenhouse be banned from enrolling at the school, shortly after being acquitted on all charges.  ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DEMAND ADMINISTRATION TO ‘WITHDRAW’ KYLE RITTENHOUSE: ‘KILLER OFF OUR CAMPUS’ Waxelbaum joined "Fox & Friends First" on Tuesday to discuss the list of demands, warning that college campuses everywhere are succumbing to "mob rule" through the rise of cancel culture.  "We're losing our campuses to mob rule at this moment," Waxelbaum argued. "This isn't a mob of hundreds, it's mobs of dozens, and it's only possible because faculty allows it to happen." "Since this came out, Arizona State University's only response has been to clarify Mr. Rittenhouse's enrollment status, not to condemn what they're calling for, not what they're asking of the university," he continued.  Four far-left organizations at ASU demanded the school "withdraw" Rittenhouse from the university's online classes calling him a "murderer" and "racist." The groups, including Arizona State University Students for Socialism, Students for Justice in Palestine, Multicultural Solidarity Coalition, and MECHA...
    California State University Long Beach invited students and staff to take part in a "debrief" event of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial where "Counseling and Psychological Services staff will be present." "Join us for a facilitated conversation to debrief the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. This discussion is hosted by the Division of Student Affairs and is open to all CSULB students, staff, & faculty," the event flyer reads.  "**Counseling and Psychological Services staff will be present," the flyer notes. The event was held last Monday in a virtual setting, and school spokesman Jim Milbury described the forum as "unstructured" in a comment to The College Fix. It was hosted by team members from the school’s Student Affairs Division. MASSACHUSETTS UNIVERSITY HOSTS SEGREGATED 'PROCESSING' SPACES FOR RESPONDING TO RITTENHOUSE VERDICT "When there are higher-profile events and issues in the public discourse, it is not uncommon for our university to provide spaces for our campus community to discuss those topics," Milbury said. People walk on the California State University Long Beach (CSULB) campus before the return of students for Fall...
              more   Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Metro Nashville City Council Member-At-Large Steve Glover to the newsmaker line to discuss his discuss with the recent memo created by Dr. Stephanie Kang and circulated amongst the employees of the Metro Health Department against the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Leahy: We are joined now by our good friend, Metro Council member at large, Steve Glover. Good morning, Steve. Glover: Ever since I lost 50 pounds, it’s hard to say “at large” now. Leahy: (Laughter) Very good. Very good. Carmichael: Congratulations to you, little man. (Laughs) Glover: Yeah, little man. Little man. Leahy: So, Steve, we confirmed with the Metro Health Department that Dr. Stephanie Kang who joined the Department in July as Director of Health Equity, wrote this email to employees at Metro Health Department. I’ll read it to you and then get your reaction. On November 19, 2021, Kyle Rittenhouse a young white man...
              more   Several groups at Arizona State University (ASU) are set to protest the online enrollment of Kyle Rittenhouse Wednesday, but the school says he is not a student there. “Kyle Rittenhouse has not gone through the ASU admissions process,” ASU told The Arizona Sun Times by email. “He is not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU.” During his high-profile trial, Rittenhouse testified that he was taking online courses at the school. At the time, ASU confirmed that statement. But it also said at the time that the program in which Rittenhouse is enrolled “allows students access to begin taking classes as they prepare to seek admission into a degree program at the university.” Meanwhile, left-wing students on the campus are planning to rally against him. “Join us and rally against racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse being permitted on our campus – Wednesday at 3:30 outside the Nelson Fine Arts Center on campus,” ASU’s chapter of Students for Socialism said on Twitter. Join us and rally against racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse being permitted on our campus – Wednesday at 3:30 outside the Nelson...
    A Virginia police officer who was fired earlier this year after donating to the legal defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse wants his job back. William Kelly, who had served as a lieutenant with the Norfolk Police Department for 19 years, spoke out after Rittenhouse, 18, was found not guilty on Nov. 19 of intentional homicide and other charges related to the fatal shootings of two men and the injuring of a third during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year. The teenager says he was acting in self-defense. "I felt like I was ... a sacrificial lamb," Kelly said, according to a WAVY report . "Like they were willing to discard me in an effort to make the pressure from certain parts of the public go away." SNL BLASTS KYLE RITTENHOUSE: 'HOPEFULLY, HE GOT ALL THAT SHOOTING OUT OF HIS SYSTEM BEFORE HE BECOMES A COP' Kelly was relieved from his position in April after it was discovered that he had anonymously donated to the defense fund for Rittenhouse using an email associated with his...
    Oklahoma state Sen. Nathan Dahm (R) filed “Kyle’s Law” last week to shield state residents from politically-driven prosecution in situations where they act in self-defense. FOX23 reports the legislation, Senate Bill 1120, is designed to prevent residents from being forced to endure trials that are conducted for “political reasons.” Sen. Dahm noted if SB1120 becomes law it would also guarantee that “victims of malicious prosecution would be able to receive compensation for expenses and damages.” Dahm’s legislation is in response to the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, the individual who two and killed two people–Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum–and wounded a third, Gaige Grosskreutz, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25, 2020. Rittenhouse claimed self-defense and the jury agree with him, acquitting him of all charges on November 19, 2021. The trial was arduous on Rittenhouse, to say the least, and Sen. Dahm responded in a press release, saying, “Kyle Rittenhouse should never have been charged.” He then transitioned to SB1120, adding, “It is our duty to protect the rights of the people we represent, and the right to self-defense is paramount. This...
    A student group at Arizona State University (ASU) plans to host a Wednesday "rally and protest to get murderer Kyle Rittenhouse off our campus."  ASU's Students for Socialism is being joined by other organizations including Students for Justice in Palestine, the Multicultural Solidarity Coalition and MECHA de ASU, also joined in the demands on Rittenhouse, who earlier this month was acquitted on murder charges after fatally shooting two protesters in Kenosha, Wisc., last year. Students for Socialism is calling for ASU to release a statement condemning Rittenhouse and white supremacy, as well as a reaffirmation of support for the university's multicultural center "Even with a not-guilty verdict from a flawed 'justice' system- Kyle Rittenhouse is still guilty to his victims and the families of those victims," the group said in a statement. "Join us to demand from ASU that these demands be met to protect students from a violent, blood-thirsty murderer." Join us and rally against racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse being permitted on our campus – Wednesday at 3:30 outside the Nelson Fine Arts Center on campus pic.twitter.com/4Hs3JxRqtY— Students for...
    A mob of left-wing students at Arizona State University (ASU) are demanding that the school expel Kyle Rittenhouse, who recently enrolled as an online student. The students call Rittenhouse a racist, “blood-thirsty murderer,” despite the fact that he was acquitted of all charges, as a jury found he acted in self defense. Student groups led by Students for Socialism are planning a Wednesday rally calling on ASU to expel Rittenhouse, who recently enrolled as an online student at the university. police-shooting-wisconsin-asu-republicans-aug-25-2020-file-photo-kyle-rittenhouse-left-cap-walks-1024×682 “KILLER OFF CAMPUS,” read a flyer calling for the university to “protect students from a violent, blood-thirsty murderer.” Join us and rally against racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse being permitted on our campus – Wednesday at 3:30 outside the Nelson Fine Arts Center on campus pic.twitter.com/4Hs3JxRqtY — Students for Socialism ASU ???? (@SFSASU) November 26, 2021 Rittenhouse’s trial came to a close on November 19, after a jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin, found the 18-year-old not guilty of all charges. The socialist students then laid out their list of “demands,” which includes expelling Rittenhouse, who they referred to as a “racist.” The...
    THE ACQUITTAL of Kyle Rittenhouse continues to be met with a mixture of acclaim and criticism. The students at Arizona State University are no exception and have called for a complete dismissal of Rittenhouse's attendance. 2After being found 'not guilty' of all charges, Kyle Rittenhouse plans to attend Arizona State UniversityCredit: Twitter Is Kyle Rittenhouse attending Arizona State University? On Friday, November 19 of 2021, Wisconsin teen Kyle Rittenhouse was exonerated of all charges during his homicide trial. Rittenhouse was facing a total of five charges following his involvement in a Kenosha, Wisconsin protest due to the police shooting of Jacob Blake. The August 25, 2020 protest in Kenosha led to the fatal shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, and the wounding of Gaige Krosskreutz. Following the dismissal of all charges brought against him, Rittenhouse discussed his plans to move on during an interview with Tucker Carlson. While interviewing with Tucker Carlson, the Wisconsin teen made it clear that he had plans to attend Arizona State University and lead "a quiet life" on campus. Through ASU, Rittenhouse hoped to...
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — When he was acquitted of murder in shootings during unrest in Wisconsin, Kyle Rittenhouse went from staring at possible life behind bars to red-hot star of the right: an exclusive interview with Tucker Carlson and a visit with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago capped by a photo of both men smiling and snapping a thumbs-up. For Rittenhouse, a year of legal uncertainty over whether his claim of self-defense would stand up has given way to uncertainty over what’s next. He told Carlson, in an appearance that spiked the host’s ratings by some 40%, that he hoped to become a nurse or maybe even a lawyer. He planned to “lay low” but would for sure leave the Midwest. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Says He's 'Not A Racist Person', Supports Black Lives Matter In TV InterviewEven as Rittenhouse figures out his next moves, fundraising continues on his behalf, ostensibly to retire legal bills from his trial but perhaps in recognition that he may face civil lawsuits over the shootings. Rittenhouse has hinted he may bring defamation claims of his...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is no longer enrolled at Arizona State University's online program as of Monday. ASU said Rittenhouse, 18, is "not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU" and still "has not gone through the ASU admissions process," according to Campus Reform . The news of Rittenhouse not being enrolled at ASU follows a coalition of liberal student groups calling on school administrators to kick him out . The four groups announced on Nov. 26 they would hold a rally on Wednesday to protest against Rittenhouse attending ASU. ANY CIVIL RIGHTS LAWSUIT AGAINST KYLE RITTENHOUSE 'WILL 'FAIL,' LEGAL ANALYSTS SAY The groups made four demands of campus leadership, including withdrawing Rittenhouse from enrollment, releasing a statement condemning Rittenhouse and white supremacy, reaffirming support for the Multicultural Center, and redirecting funding from ASU's police department to the Multicultural Center. They also asked to establish a CAARE Center , which would provide "a healing space to address community needs and reduce health and socio/economic disparities." Rittenhouse was found not guilty on Nov. 19 on intentional homicide...
    Arizona State University students have called for Kyle Rittenhouse to be expelled from the online nursing classes he has been taking, a week after the 18-year-old was acquitted of charges that stemmed from when he was in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Aug. 25 last year during riots in the aftermath of Jacob Blake, a Black man shot by a White police officer. Rittenhouse is a non-degree-seeking student at ASU who has been taking online classes offered through the university. According to Fox News: The Arizona State University Students for Socialism, Students for Justice in Palestine, Multicultural Solidarity Coalition, and MECHA de ASU are all calling on the Arizona State University administration to take action against Rittenhouse by withdrawing him from the university and releasing a statement against him. The four groups are calling him “Murderer Kyle Rittenhouse.” … The groups also demand that the university administration “reaffirm support for the multicultural center on campus as a safe space from White Supremacy.” Students making the demands also want the administration to redirect funding from the Arizona State University Police Department to the multicultural center...
    The principal at Newton North High School in Massachusetts said the school would offer racially segregated spaces for staff and students of color to process the jury verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse self-defense trial, according to emails obtained by Parents Defending Education. Principal Henry Turner dubbed the Rittenhouse case “divisive” and said it “will be seen as a blow, particularly to black and brown people who are regularly reminded that their bodies are treated as less than others,” according to emails sent on Nov. 19. Turner promised to host “spaces for students and staff of color” to help process the outcome of the trial. The principal went on to say that the decision “shows the disparity of our legal system.” “If Kyle Rittenhouse were black, the outcome would be significantly different,” the email reads. Principal at Newton North High School in Massachusetts calls Rittenhouse acquittal racist and promises racially segregated groups (in writing!) for students and staff to process jury’s verdict. https://t.co/YKbZ9glCK6 — Parents Defending Education (@DefendingEd) November 29, 2021 Similarly, leadership at the University of Michigan’s Medical School...
    KENOSHA, Wis. -- When he was acquitted of murder in shootings during unrest in Wisconsin, Kyle Rittenhouse went from staring at possible life behind bars to red-hot star of the right: an exclusive interview with Tucker Carlson and a visit with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago capped by a photo of both men smiling and snapping a thumbs-up.For Rittenhouse, a year of legal uncertainty over whether his claim of self-defense would stand up has given way to uncertainty over what's next. He told Carlson, in an appearance that spiked the host's ratings by some 40%, that he hoped to become a nurse or maybe even a lawyer. He planned to "lay low" but would for sure leave the Midwest.Even as Rittenhouse figures out his next moves, fundraising continues on his behalf, ostensibly to retire legal bills from his trial but perhaps in recognition that he may face civil lawsuits over the shootings. Rittenhouse has hinted he may bring defamation claims of his own, and could seek possession of $2 million in bail money raised by his supporters.And some marketing experts say...
    Seattle radio host Jason Rantz tore into CNN on Monday after the network was panned for a tweet that seemed to place blame for last week's Waukesha parade attack on Darrell Brooks’ SUV without mention of the career criminal suspect. "Democrats like to focus on the weapon when they don’t want to make villains out of the criminals when that criminal kind of flies in the face of the narrative that they’re missing," Rantz said during an appearance on "The Faulkner Focus." Rantz asserted that the media is quick to divert the blame away from the criminal when it suits their agenda, citing activists and media outlets that blamed San Francisco retail theft on poverty and gang violence on guns rather than criminals. CNN ROASTED FOR TWEET SAYING WAUKESHA PARADE ATTACK WAS CAUSED BY 'A CAR' THAT DROVE THROUGH PARADE "Darrell Brooks can’t be the focus because he’s not a white supremacist," Rantz added before pointing out the stark difference in media coverage between Darrell Brooks and Kyle Rittenhouse.  Darrell Brooks, charged with killing five people and injuring nearly...
    A Massachusetts high school principal has promised racially segregated spaces for students and staff to “process” a Wisconsin jury’s not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case. Henry Turner, the principal of Newton North High School in Massachusetts, notified students and staff that spaces to “process” the jury’s not guilty verdict in the Rittenhouse case would be available, including a space reserved only for “students and staff of color.” STUDENTS AT ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TRY TO GET KYLE RITTENHOUSE EXPELLED Rittenhouse was acquitted earlier this month by a jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin, of killing two men and wounding a third during a riot last year prompted by the shooting of Jacob Blake by a local police officer. Rittenhouse, relying heavily on video evidence, successfully argued that he had acted in self-defense. In addition to offering the processing spaces, Turner incorrectly recounted details about the case, including by saying that “there is a long history of acquittals such as this when white people get off for murdering black people,” despite the fact that the three people...
    ARIZONA State University students are demanding Kyle Rittenhouse be kicked out of the school after he was acquitted in his murder trial. Several groups have joined the call to remove Rittenhouse from the campus and a protest is being organized for Wednesday. 3Student groups are calling for Rittenhouse to be kicked out of ASUCredit: Reuters 3A protest is planned on campus for WednesdayCredit: Twitter The Students for Socialism group as ASU posted about the rally on Twitter, inciting others to "Join us and rally against racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse being permitted on our campus." The group, along with the school's Students for Justice in Palestine, Multicultural Solidarity Coalition, and MECHA de ASU groups, have also created a list of demands for the school. Among those are kicking Rittenhouse out, releasing a statement "against white supremacy & racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse," reaffirming support for the multicultural center on campus, and redirecting funding from campus police to the multicultural center and "establishment of a CAARE center on campus." Rittenhouse, who was facing charges for fatally shooting two people and injuring a third...