America is tinderbox. If one more match is lit the entire thing will collapse, an activist warns. After a teenager was cleared of shooting down two BLM protesters, activists warned that America is “a tinderbox”.

  • America was ready for violence after the teenager who shot two protesters to death appeared to boast about his acquittal
  • After a Kenosha jury of predominantly white men ruled that Kyle Rittenhouse had been acting in self defense, Rittenhouse was released.
  • Tomorrow’s Fox TV special will feature Rittenhouse in an hour-long live television’special.
  • A TV appearance combined with the imminent end of the trial of three white men accused of shooting a Georgia black jogger could spark violent protests 

America was on alert last night after the teenager who shot two Black Lives Matter protesters to death appeared to boast about his acquittal.

Kyle Rittenhouse was freed by a Kenosha (Wisconsin) jury that found him to be acting in self-defense when he injured one man and shot two others during BLM protests in the summer.

Yesterday it emerged that the 18 year-old had been closely followed for weeks by Fox News documentary television crew. They released teaser footage showing the teenager jubilantly saying, “The jury arrived at the right verdict.” The act of self-defense isn’t illegal.

Tomorrow’s Fox TV special will feature Rittenhouse. Mark Richards, Rittenhouse’s lawyer said that he disagreed with the program but that his client needed to make money.

Kyle Rittenhouse walked free after a predominantly white jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin, decided he had been acting in self-defence when he shot dead two men and injured a third during BLM protests last summer

Kyle Rittenhouse was released by a Kenosha (Wisconsin) jury that found him to be acting in self-defence after shooting dead two and injuring a third man during BLM protests in the summer of last year.

Although protests regarding Friday’s verdict were rare, the mayor of Portland, Oregon declared it a “riot” situation. 200 demonstrators set fire to garbage bins, and shouted that they would burn down’ the police department.

Rittenhouse’s appearance on TV and the imminent conclusion of another controversial trial involving three white men accused in shooting Ahmaud Albery, a black Georgia jogger, could lead to violent demonstrations.

The combination of Rittenhouse's TV appearance and the looming end of another controversial trial of three white men who chased down and shot Ahmaud Arbery, pictured, could ignite violence

Rittenhouse’s appearance on TV and the end of another controversial trial involving three white men accused of shooting Ahmaud Abery (pictured) could incite violence

Closing arguments for the trial will begin tomorrow, with an all-white jury likely to deliver their verdict by Tuesday.

An activist stated that they are currently a “tinderbox” and all it takes to make it go up is one more match.

Rittenhouse, who has been hailed as a hero of American Right, was congratulated by Donald Trump on his release. It’s known as being found NOT GUILTY. In a tweet by his office, the ex-US President stated that self defense is not possible.

Joe Biden said the following: “While Kenosha’s verdict will make many Americans feel angry and concern, me included, we have to admit that the jury has spoken.”

Rittenhouse used an AR-15 assault rifle to open fire during protests against the August shooting death of Jacob Blake by a white officer.

The legal team of Rittenhouse argued that he was afraid for his safety because an unarmed male approached Rittenhouse with a skateboard, and another man approached him holding a firearm. Rittenhouse was just 17 years old at the time and his legal team described him as a “wannabe soldier” who “decided that he would impart his own method of vigilante justice.”

In this image from video posted on Twitter Tuesday, May 5, 2020, Ahmaud Arbery stumbles and falls to the ground after being shot

Ahmaud Abery stumbles to the ground in this video, which was uploaded on Twitter Tuesday May 5, 2020.

In a statement, the family of Anthony Huber – the 26-year-old shot dead after hitting Rittenhouse with his skateboard – said: ‘Today’s verdict means there is no accountability for the person who murdered our son.

“It is an unacceptable message that armied civilians are able to show up anywhere in the world, inspire violence and use the threat they create to justify killing people on the streets.

Rittenhouse shot also killed Joseph Rosenbaum (36), who pursued Rittenhouse across a parking lot and tried to grab his assault rifle.

American Right is celebrating the Rittenhouse trial as a success story. He could make millions if he is acquitted.

The documentary was not only made, but Rittenhouse has been offered book and film deals. There are even rumors that Trump might invite him to attend a rally. Fox News expects Rittenhouse will speak out about the counselling that he has received for his post-traumatic Stress disorder, and how he plans to train as a nurse.