Kyle Rittenhouse Takes On AmericaFest
This past week the famous conservative 501c3 organization Turning Point USA (TPUSA) held its first-ever AmericaFest, an annual event intended to bring American patriots from around the nation together for a weekend full of action. Activities at AmericaFest included various speakers ranging from Tucker Carlson to the recently proven innocent Kyle Rittenhouse. Estimates by Turning Point put the conference at about 10,000 attendees, making the conference one of the largest conservative conferences in recent United States history.
One of the more notable scheduled speeches of the conference featured a panel comprising of TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk and Kyle Rittenhouse. Also in the panel were journalists Jack Posobeic, Elijah Schaffer, and Drew Hernandez. Schaffer and Hernandez were on the scene on the day that Rittenhouse was forced to defend himself during the Kenosha, Wisconsin, riots.
The discussion was well received by attendees of the conference, revolving primarily about Rittenhouse’s recently concluded trial that exonerated him from any previously made allegations of murder and other alleged crimes.
Kirk asked Rittenhouse at one point during the conversation if he believed there were prosecutors on the case who were attempting to throw his trial.
“Absolutely… I think they wanted a mistrial,” replied Rittenhouse, before joking “and my favorite part is ‘don’t get brazen with me!'”
Rittenhouse’s joke referred to a moment of the trial when Judge Bruce Schroder became angry with Prosecutor Thomas Binger for suggesting that Kyle had admitted guilt by practicing his right to remain silent upon arrest by police following his use of self-defense. Schroder was furious with the prosecutor and sternly told him that he was flying near the territory of violating Rittenhouse’s fifth amendment rights. Binger tried to argue with Schroder’s lecture, which prompted his famous “don’t get brazen with me” response.
Journalist Elijah Schaffer expressed some kind and emotional words to Rittenhouse, praising the teen for his inclinations to always try doing the right thing, even when not easy. It was also mentioned that Rittenhouse had previously dropped out of high school for only one reason – to financially support his family during tough times.
“Kyle, I love you as a friend, and I look up to you honesty,” Schaffer said, before adding that Kyle does “the right thing” when nobody else does.
Hernandez offered some inspirational words for Rittenhouse and American patriots alike.
“There are so many people out here who are afraid to get canceled, get called a white supremacist [for doing] the right thing,” he said, before encouraging the audience to never let labels get in the way of pursuing justice.
“Do what is right and let god take care of the rest.”
The panel discussion concluded with a statement by Kirk that one might consider concurrently ominous and humorous.
“For all the media watching, Kyle Rittenhouse is about to be super rich,” Kirk said with a grin, before putting out a warning to fake news media outlets across the nation.
“Be careful what you write.”
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