Kyle Rittenhouse found Not Guilty on all charges
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Kyle Rittenhouse has been found not guilty on all charges.
Rittenhouse was using self-defense when he shot three people during the violent riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin over the summer of 2020.
Two of the people Rittenhouse shot, died. All three of which had violent criminal backgrounds.
During the trial, it was proven that much of the reporting from the mainstream media was completely wrong.
Even Joe Biden called Rittenhouse a “white supremacist” before the trial even started.
President Biden told reporters “the jury system works,” after they found Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges.
Following the not guilty verdict, Governor Gavin Newsom tweeted out criticism of the ruling. Newsom said, Rittenhouse shot and killed people, and got away with it. Newsom’s message comes after a long trial that proved Rittenhouse was being attacked by violent felons, one of which was a child rapist, and used his right to self defense while protecting the town of Kenosha where many members of his family lived.