Kyle Rittenhouse has never been a hero.

He is an idiot.

A deluded, naïve, dumb 17-year-old teenage kid with aspirations to be a wannabee Rambo.

Another example of America’s insanity regarding gun laws is the fact that he was capable of arming himself with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.

However, it is certain that he was legally able to do so.

As he was legal to defend himself with a gun, he also came under attack by Black Lives Matter protesters from Kenosha in Wisconsin.

He walked out of court without incident last Friday. You can see why the verdicts were correct if you study Wisconsin’s clear self-defense laws.

While you might disagree with these laws, Rittenhouse can still carry such a weapon. (Wisconsin allows minors to have shotguns or rifles as long as they are not short-barreled). Rittenhouse cannot buy beer in Wisconsin. But they are laws.

Kyle Rittenhouse is not a hero. He's an idiot. A deluded, naïve, dumb 17-year-old teenage kid with aspirations to be a wannabee Rambo.

Kyle Rittenhouse doesn’t make the cut. He’s an idiot. A deluded, naïve, dumb 17-year-old teenage kid with aspirations to be a wannabee Rambo.

President Joe Biden, then a presidential candidate, instantly branded Rittenhouse a 'white supremacist' in the aftermath of the August 2020 shootings, and even used his photo in a tweet to do so.

NFL star Colin Kaepernick, who began the take-a-knee movement in protest at racial injustice, tweeted: 'We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terrorist acts of a white supremacist.'

In the wake of the shootings in August 2020, President Joe Biden (left) immediately called Rittenhouse a “white supremacist”. NFL player Colin Kaepernick (right) tweeted that a system built upon white supremacy had just validated the terrorist acts by a white supremacist after the trial.

He was convicted by the jury on all charges. The jurors are to be applauded because they did their job properly, and were able to ignore the hyper-partisan screaming from each side.

USA Today stated that the American jury was designed to be between the mob or a defendant, and between the government/accused. One dozen people can be as strong as the wall of justice that we have.

Rittenhouse’s depressing antics are not the only extremely dangerous and stupid actions that were committed in this tragic tale.

In the wake of the shootings in August 2020, President Joe Biden (then a presidential candidate) immediately called Rittenhouse a “white supremacist” and used his photograph in a Twitter tweet. He demanded to know the reason why President Trump didn’t ‘disavow’ white supremacists like Rittenhouse.

Joy Reid of MSNBC was the most racist host in US cable news. She posted a TikTok Video attacking Rittenhouse’s’male white tears’. It has been seen over one million times. A white host would not have done such a thing about a man of color on trial.

Tiffany Cross (MSNBC) called for the dismissal of Judge Davidson because he had been criticized as being too conservative, even though he was appointed by Democrats.

Biden’s recklessly prejudicious intervention encouraged a ridiculously biased narrative in mainstream liberal media.

CNN and MSNBC claimed Rittenhouse was sent by his mother across state lines to aid police in fighting violent protests many miles away from his home.

We discovered that this was completely false.

He actually stayed over with his friend in Kenosha on the night of the riots, after he had worked at a center for sports. This is also where his grandmother, aunt, uncle, cousins, and father all reside.

One of the most egregiously incorrect statements made the day following the shooting was

AyannaPressley, Democratic congresswoman, wrote: “A white supremacist domestic terror driver drove across state boundaries, equipped with an AR 15,” Two people were gathered to express their support for Black life’s dignity and value. He was shot and killed. Fix your damn headlines.’

Cori, a Democratic congresswoman, wrote that Pressley’s counterpart, Cori, was threatening to shoot her at the group when they marched in Ferguson. The consequences never came. Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal will show them that they can still get away with their crimes seven years later.

Frank McCall Jr, Ferguson’s Police Chief, later admitted that he did not know what Ferguson was talking about.

Bush posted the following tweet after the verdict: “The judge. The Jury. The defendant. This is white supremacy at work. It’s not designed to hold people accountable. That’s why Black people and brown people get beaten and placed in prisons, while white supremacist assassins are free. I’m hurt. I’m angry. I’m heartbroken.’

However, she is also totally wrong.

After the verdict, Rep. Cori Bush tweeted: 'The judge. The Jury. The defendant. It's white supremacy in action.'

Prior to the trial, Rep. Ayanna Pressley tweeted: 'A 17 year old white supremacist domestic terrorist drove across state lines, armed with an AR 15'.

Rep. Cori (left) tweets: “The judge.” The Jury. The defendant. This is white supremacy at work. Rep. AyannaPressley (right), a representative of the House, had tweeted prior to trial: “A domestic white supremacist terrorist aged 17 drove across state boundaries, equipped with an AR 15′.

As Rittenhouse may soon discover, this case has nothing to do white supremacy.

Rittenhouse’s conviction should have provided a chance for people who have wrongly spoken Rittenhouse to reflect.

To further fuel the flames of racial hatred, however, all three raced.

On his return from colonoscopy, President Biden stated that he initially supported the decision.

He changed his mind later on in the afternoon, saying that the verdict would leave Americans angry and worried, including me.

Also, he was not in agreement with it.

He also did not apologize to Rittenhouse, calling him white supremacist. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is virtue-signaling in New York City, called Rittenhouse’s decision “disgusting” and sent a sour message to the country.

What is the message?

It is important to observe the laws of the country.

Colin Kaepernick is an NFL player who started the take-a–knee demonstration in protest of racial inequality.

It is incendiary and erroneous claptrap.

Kyle Rittenhouse, as I mentioned at the top of this column is not a hero and should not be treated that way.

He wouldn’t have been out on the streets with his AR-15 that night if he didn’t. The people he murdered would still be here.

Rittenhouse, like all Americans, was entitled to fair trials. He got one, in spite of grotesque attempts to prevent it from happening.

Rittenhouse said tonight that he’s not a racist in an interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News. He also stated that he supports Black Lives Matter.

Although I do not know whether these assertions are true, there is no evidence to support them.

This was an intentional lie, fuelled by the President of the United States and a biased media bent on creating a false narrative about racism. A bunch of celebrities, who again showed they don’t know what they were talking about, also contributed to the fabrication.

In response to the verdict actor Josh Gad tweeted: “Absolutely No words. But sadly, it has been made public that vigilantes have the right to kill anyone protesting issues such as racial equality at will and they can get away with it.” For a moment, think about it.

The teen's interview with Tucker Carlson was believed to have been filmed on Sunday on Florida's Gulf Coast

The teen's interview with Tucker Carlson was believed to have been filmed on Sunday on Florida's Gulf Coast

Rittenhouse, left, in an interview on Fox News with Tucker Carlson (right), insists that he’s not racist and supports Black Lives Matter. 

He would have recognized that this was a gross mischaracterization of the facts if he had spent more time studying the cases.

A tweet by Nikole Hannah Jones, a New York Times journalist who attempted to link the verdict with the history of slavery.

Hannah Jones wrote that ‘in this country’, Hannah Jones said, “you can even murder white people and get away avec it if the white people fighting for Black lives are doing so.” This is 1619’s legacy.

As we can see, this shooting had no connection to slavery.

Oder, indeed, any race.

Rittenhouse fired at three white men because they threatened or attacked him.

It had nothing to do their skin colors.

This false narrative of racism was so ingrained that even the Independent (once one of the most respected newspapers in the UK) published a headline about Rittenhouse: “Teenager shot three black men using a rifle and found not guilty on all charges.”

That would have justified the “murdering white supremacist” storyline, if true.

It was a shame that the Independent jury didn’t pay as much attention to details as the Rittenhouse jury.

Kenosha was a dark spotlight that highlighted America’s greatest problems: toxic tribal politics, crazy gun laws and political tensions.

However, it wasn’t all about race.

All those who attempted to change the minds of Americans are shameful.