Kyle Rittenhouse To Be Offered Job As Congressional Intern


Florida Republican representative Matt Gaetz says he may reach out to Kyle Rittenhouse and offer him a job after he was found not guilty of all charges.

In an interview with Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield before the verdict was given, Gaetz said he hoped the teenager would be found not guilty, and that he may be able to help America.

Gaetz said:

“He deserves a not guilty verdict, and I sure hope he gets it because you know what, Kyle Rittenhouse would probably make a pretty good congressional intern. We may reach out to him and see if he’d be interested in helping the country in additional ways.”


Footage uploaded to Twitter shows violence breaking out among protestors, resulting in police swooping in and making a number of arrests.

Towards the end of the case, defense attorneys Mark Richards and Corey Chirafisi have accused prosecutors of providing a drone video that was not the same version they wanted to use during the trial.

The defense argue that the resolution of the video supplied in the trial was not the highest resolution possible, so it could have influenced the Jury.

The motion alleges:

On November 5, 2021, the fifth day of trial on this case, the prosecution turned over to the defense footage of drone video which captured some of the incident from August 25, 2020. The problem is, the prosecution gave the defense a compressed version of the video.

What that means is the video provided to the defense was not as clear as the video kept by the state.

There have been a number of really unusual moments in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and the latest may well be the most bizarre yet.

The Judge allowed Kyle Rittenhouse to draw the slips of paper from a raffle drum that determines which Jury members will decide the teenager’s fate.

Rittenhouse’s draw was to decide which 12 of the 18 people would make up the final Jury.

As you can probably imagine, the Jury draw is not usually carried about by the defendant. It’s usually carried out by a courtroom clerk.

And that’s not the only bizarre thing to happen.

The prosecution in the Kyle Rittenhouse case has been criticized for pointing an AR-15 at the Jury as the trial comes to a close.

Thomas Binger tried recreating the incident that resulted in two people dying, but has received some backlash after doing so.

People on Twitter were outraged:


The Wisconsin Governor has called up hundreds of National Guard troops.

Tony Evers has called for 500 troops to add to the hundreds of police officers, and says the decision was necessary to “ensure public safety”.

In a statement he said:

“The Kenosha community has been strong, resilient, and has come together through incredibly difficult times these past two years, and that healing is still ongoing,”

“I urge folks who are otherwise not from the area to please respect the community by reconsidering any plans to travel there and encourage those who might choose to assemble and exercise their First Amendment rights to do so safely and peacefully.”

Meanwhile, Kyle Rittenhouse’s mom has accused Joe Biden of ‘defaming’ her son.

Wendy Rittenhouse isn’t happy about a tweet from the President last year that suggested Kyle was a white supremacist.

She told Sean Hannity on his Fox News show on Thursday night:

“When I saw that I was shocked, I was angry. President Biden don’t know my son whatsoever, and he’s not a white supremacist,” she said.

“He’s not a racist. And [Biden] did that for the votes. And I was so angry for a while at him and what he did to my son, he defamed him.”

Here’s the tweet in question that has outraged Wendy:

The Judge leading the Kyle Rittenhouse case has been slammed with accusations of bias after berating the prosecution.

Judge Bruce Schroeder criticized prosecutor Thomas Binger for his conduct.

Mr Schroeder shouted:

“Why would you think that that made it okay for you without any advance notice to bring this matter before the jury?”

“I was astonished when you began your examination by commenting on the defendant’s post-arrest silence. That’s basic law. It’s been basic law in this country for 40 years, 50 years. I have no idea why you would do something like that.”

Here’s the video:

Tiffany Cross, the host of The Cross Connection on MSNBC, was one of many people to accuse the judge of bias.

Meanwhile, a man who was shot by Kyle Rittenhouse has responded to his teary testimony in court.

Gaige Grosskreutz was shot in the arm by Rittenhouse last August, while Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, tragically both died from their gunshot wounds.

Grosskreutz told the Jury that he thought Rittenhouse was ‘an active shooter’ and that he only drew a pistol after Rittenhouse had already begun firing.

The 27-year-old victim has now spoken to Good Morning America in his first interview since appearing in court.

Responding to Rittenhouse’s teary testimonial, Grosskreutz said:

“To me, it seemed like a child who just gotten caught doing something that he wasn’t supposed to – more upset that he was caught and less upset about what he had done and what he had taken and the numerous lives that he affected through his actions that night.”

Recalling the night, Grosskreutz said:

“There are a million things that run through your mind when somebody’s pointing a rifle at you after just having murdered somebody.

First and foremost I was concerned for my safety. I never lost sight of who I am, I’m not somebody who takes life, I’ve made a life out of protecting and preserving life, not taking it.”

“It’s completely inconsistent with the physiology of my wound that he wound have shot me while my weapon was pointed at his head,


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