Kyle Rittenhouse said in an interview on Monday that he’s preparing for direct college admission at Arizona State University at the start of the winter semester, and he’s changed his mind about the kind of career he wants. pursue after his experiences in recent times. testing.
In particular, thanks to the conduct of “corrupt prosecutors” who tried to kick him out for the rest of his life in self-defense, Rittenhouse told The Blaze TV that he wanted to be a lawyer.
“I want to be a lawyer,” he said while appearing on Blaze TV’s “You Are Here.” “Yes, I want to go to law school.”
“Did you just decide that during the trial period or is it something you have always wanted to do?” Sara Gonzales of Blaze Media asked.
“Uh, at the end of the trial, I want to fight corrupt prosecutors like Thomas Binger and put them in their shoes and make sure they never practice law again.”
“I like that,” Gonzales replied. “Wow, good for you.”
Previously, 18-year-old Rittenhouse was prepared for nursing.
In the same interview with Blaze TV, Rittenhouse criticized the prosecutor for using his finger on the trigger to point at a rifle in the courtroom, saying he found it very disturbing even though he I worked hard so I didn’t show it during the trial.
He went on to say that at least some of the jury members were wary as well.
In an interview last week with conservative podcast host Charlie Kirk, the teen also detailed what was going through his mind during the trial as he sat as emotionless as a “potted plant.” especially when the prosecution made false claims about him.
The Daily Wire notes:
“What I was thinking when I was just a blank, potted face in court, I was just saying in my head, ‘Is this guy serious?’, Mentioning ‘Lunchbox’ and Binger, but called,’ said Rittenhouse.
The name “Lunchbox” is a reference to Assistant District Attorney James Kraus, who has been nicknamed by some online commentators, perhaps due to his weight. “Little finger” and “Little finger” are common nicknames for Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger.
Rittenhouse was not found guilty of self-defense on two counts of murder and three counts of reckless endangerment, but many on the left were angered by the jury’s decision.
Here’s a roundup of some of the most outrageous and inaccurate scenes from the verdict:
President Joe Biden: “While the Kenosha verdict will anger and concern many Americans, myself included, we must acknowledge that the jury has spoken,” he noted in a statement. “I fulfill my promise to bring Americans together, because I believe that what unites us is much greater than what divides us. I know we won’t be able to heal our country overnight, but I remain steadfast in my commitment to do everything in my power to ensure that all Americans are treated equally. , justice and dignity under the law”.
Governor Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.): “America today: you can break the law, carry a weapon made for the military, shoot and kill, and run away from it. That’s the message we’ve just sent to armed vigilantes across the country.”
The Rittenhouse AR-15 he was carrying was not “built” for the military; it is a civilian rifle model. Also, he in Kenosha was not an “armed police officer,” according to the jury’s verdict.
Governor JB Pritzker (D-Ill.): “Bringing a loaded gun into a community 20 miles from your home and shooting unarmed citizens is fundamentally wrong.”
Reports have noted that Rittenhouse received the rifle from a friend in town; he didn’t ‘bring it into the community’ from his home ’20 miles away.’
Representative Adriano Espaillat (D-NY): “Kyle Rittenhouse is living proof that white tears can still thwart justice. A killer is free again today – our system is horribly broken. ”
Rittenhouse was literally cleared of two murder charges after trial by jury, to which all Americans are entitled under the US justice system.
Dyjuan Tatro, senior advisor to the Democratic Congressional Advocacy Committee: “I don’t believe that sentencing equal justice. But I believe the ‘not guilty’ verdict constitutes a great injustice today. The American legal system is rooted in racial segregation and functions to uphold white supremacy.”
All of the people involved in the Rittenhouse cases were white; no ‘victims of skin color.’
The ACLU had one of the harshest responses.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): “Despite Kyle Rittenhouse’s conscious decision to go across the states and injure one person and take the lives of two who protested the police shooting of Jacob Blake, he is not responsible for his actions. mine. Unfortunately, this is not surprising,” the group said in a statement.
“His acquittal comes after our investigation exposed how Kenosha law enforcement used violence against protesters and pushed them towards white militia groups, in ways that escalate tensions and almost certainly lead to these shootings. It is all too easy to overlook the impact of white supremacy violence on Black and Brown communities. As the community stood up to exercise their First Amendment rights to protest after police shot a Black man in the back – in front of his children, police allowed polar militia members to white supremacy. ”
First, Rittenhouse was not a member of the “white extremist militia” or any other militia. Second, the First Amendment guarantees the right to protest, not to attack others, loot businesses, and vandalize property. Video shown during Rittenhouse’s trial clearly demonstrated to jurors that he was being pursued and attacked, including by one armed with a handgun, and that he reacted in self-defense. . And while Rittenhouse has ‘traveled across the states,’ it is wrong to hint that he was a) armed when it did so, and b) did so with the intention of harming others, as the evidence presented in his defense has noted.
These endorsements by a legitimate organization are eye-opening.
https://smartzune.com/kyle-rittenhouse-reveals-major-career-change-after-his-acquittal-on-murder-charges-teen-says-people-events-during-his-closely-watched-trial-were-major-influences/ Kyle Rittenhouse reveals major career change after being accused of murder; The teenager said people, the events of his closely watched trial were major influences