Kyle Rittenhouse posted a video of himself firing off a fully automatic minigun at an indoor gun range.
“Come and take ‘em, Joe,” Rittenhouse wrote in his post.
Rittenhouse then made comments referring to the White House’s recent efforts to enact laws that infringe the Second Amendment.
In front of the camera, Rittenhouse then went on to say that: “Joe Biden, you’re not coming for our guns,” after firing the M134 Minigun at the gun range.
In 2021, the 19-year-old was acquitted of all seven charges brought against him after killing two BLM protesters in self-defense, in Kenosha on August 25th, 2020 - during a period of civil unrest and violent protests following the shooting of Jacob Blake. Rittenhouse was found to be acting in self-defense.
Rittenhouse was charged of the following crimes under the laws of the State of Wisconsin:
first-degree intentional homicide;
first-degree reckless homicide;
first-degree recklessly endangering safety;
possession of a dangerous weapon by an individual under the age of 18;
Failure to comply with an emergency order issued from the state or local government.
He also appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight, stating his intention to pursue defamation lawsuits against media outlets who incorrectly portrayed him as well as the situation that he was involved in.
“We’re going to make the media pay for what they did to me,” Rittenhouse said. “They made it hard for me to live a normal life. I can’t go out in public. I can’t go to the store. It’s hard for me to go anywhere without security. Doing basic things like taking my dog to the dog park is difficult, so they made it really difficult to be normal.”
Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorney has also stated that Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, will also be sued for the promotion of fake news following the event at Kenosha, and defaming Rittenhouse.
According the Rittenhouse’s attorney, Todd McMurtry: “Mark Zuckerberg announced in a video tape that what Kyle was involved in was a mass murder and that’s clearly defamatory,” adding that “We’re going to sue for the defamatory statements that ‘Kyle engaged in mass murder,’ and for violations of Section 230 by taking down posts that told the truth about Kyle.”
Mcmurtry informed Tucker Carlson that: “So, in essence, they suppressed the truth by taking down truthful posts and they did that in violation of Section 230. That Communications Decency Act does not provide that protection.”