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Kyle Rittenhouse made an appearance on The Jenna Ellis Show podcast in an episode published Tuesday to complain that he's been reaching out to President Joe Biden, but Biden has been ignoring him.

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On Thursday, Kyle Rittenhouse reminded us all that his contrition and trauma were as fake as his tears and his anger at LeBron James when he shared a tweet in which the meme made from his moment on the stand to blame President Joe Biden for rising gas prices. 

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Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse sat down with Tucker Carlson to talk about his list of people he plans to sue for what he describes as "lies" told about him after his acquittal, such as Whoopi Goldberg and Cenk Uygur from the Young Turks. 

Kenosha Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger proposed a privileged plea agreement that would dismiss felony counts against Dominick Black, who was charged for buying the rifle Kyle Rittenhouse used to kill two people.

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Legendary poet, author and activist Nikki Giovanni recently shared her thoughts on Kyle Rittenhouse saying, "I don’t think there’s any hope for redemption for him."

As part of his apparent shameless victory tour, acquitted Kenosha murderer Kyle Rittenhouse has been invited to speak at an event for Turning Point USA, a suspected white supremacist organization that cloaks its racism with so-called patriotism.

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Kyle Rittenhouse has been making the right-wing rounds ever since he was acquitted of murder by appearing on Fox News, meeting with Donald Trump and appearing on right-wing podcasts to complain about LeBron James mocking his fake tears. Now he has a new official Twitter account.

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Ex-President Donald Trump made an appearance on Fox News Tuesday and told host Sean Hannity that Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse visited him at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, after being found not guilty on all charges related to the shooting.

In an interview set to air on Fox News, Kyle Rittenhouse made an appearance on Fox News and told Tucker Carlson: “I’m not a racist person. I support the BLM movement, I support peacefully demonstrating.”

A racist white man was captured in viral video standing with a protest sign that read "Black Crime Matters' outside of Kenosha County Courthouse as the jury deliberated during Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial and argued that white people should be able to use the n-word.

Kyle Rittenhouse, the white teenager accused of murdering two people and injuring another in Wisconsin at a protest last year stemming from the police shooting of a Black man, has been found not guilty in a high-profile trial that has repeatedly revolved around the topic of race.

What may have seemed like an open-and-shut case has been anything but that as Kyle Rittenhouse's jurors have taken more than 24 hours to deliberate. Legal experts explain how lengthy jury deliberations bode for defendants.