Grosskreutz, a criminal, owned an illegal firearm and traveled 40 miles to Kenosha

With the fate of Kyle Rittenhouse still in the hands of the jury, it became clear that nearly everything the prosecution and the establishment’s media published during the trial was untrue or misleading. – even down to the most basic assertion of geography.

Rittenhouse is on trial for killing two men and wounding another, Gaige Grosskreutz, after traveling from his home in Antioch, Illinois, to Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a riot that took place there on August 2020.

The youth’s detractors emphasized that he had crossed national boundaries to get to Kenosha, insinuating that he clearly wanted bloodshed.

Because it’s only about one Walk 20 miles, the correlation between distance and motivation was the best – and considering that Grosskreutz was traveling twice as far To join the mayhem, the story is revealed.

The prosecution’s star witness is from West Allis, Wisconsin, 40 miles from Kenosha, according to Related press, and brought an illegal firearm with him during the riots that night.


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Maybe he’s hoping to add a criminal history including domestic abuse, drunk driving, theft, possession of a loaded gun while intoxicated, trespassing and other offenses – but the fact that he is 40 miles from home miles and carrying an illegal weapon.

By comparison, Rittenhouse was half the distance and correct owns his gun, a point conservative podcast host Allie Beth Stuckey illustrated on Wednesday.

“He drove over 40 miles with a gun that he illegally possessed,” Stuckey tweeted. “He said he was in Kenosha as a doctor but it seemed he had murderous intent.

“His troubled history suffices to ask: but why is he there? And by him, I mean Grosskreutz,” she concluded.

Another Twitter user shared a dramatic image that would be quite helpful if, as the left asserts, the distance from each man’s home was involved in the case.


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If this point seems pointless, that’s because it’s exactly the kind of gross distortion that has broken the Rittenhouse case since Day One.

Evidence, including that of Grosskreutz admission that he had pointed a gun at Rittenhouse before the young man fired at him, apparently to support Rittenhouse’s claims of self-defense.

And, in contrast to persistence slander, there is no evidence that Rittenhouse was a white supremacist.

But this case is all about the story, not the event, which is why so much emphasis is placed on Rittenhouse’s commute to Kenosha while Grosskreutz is ignored.

The prosecution’s case was a card house on the verge of collapse, and now their only trump card has turned into another idiot. Grosskreutz, a criminal, owned an illegal firearm and traveled 40 miles to Kenosha

Huynh Nguyen

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