Kyle Rittenhouse is back in the news again, this time for attacking the media and complaining that his high school career was “robbed” from him. Seriously.
During an appearance on a right-wing podcast earlier this week, Rittenhouse targeted the media for accurately reporting on his killing of two unarmed Black Lives Matter protesters in Wisconsin in 2020. He also declared that he would be attending Texas A&M.
Well, apparently not, because a representative from the university said that Rittenhouse is not enrolled for summer or fall classes this year, thus contradicting his claim.
Not long after, Rittenhouse wrote on Twitter that he is attending Blinn College in preparation for Texas A&M, although he is evidently not enrolled in classes there either. But then Rittenhouse whined that his high school career was “robbed” from him and that he didn’t have time to properly prepare for college.
Unfortunately, the end of my high school career was robbed from me. I didn’t have the time other students get to properly prepare for the future.
I look forward to attending Blinn College District this year, a feeder school for Texas A&M.
I’m excited to join Texas A&M in 2023!
— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) June 6, 2022
Let’s not forget that a then-18-year-old Rittenhouse had his mommy drive him up to Wisconsin from out-of-state so he could use his assault weapon to kill two people. He claimed self-defense even though the two protesters he killed were unarmed and he should never have been there in the first place.
Prosecutors charged Rittenhouse and he was tried in court. The only reason why he is still free today is that the judge overseeing the case was extremely biased in his favor. Rittenhouse literally robbed two people of their lives and got away with it. He only has himself to blame for not being able to prepare for college.
Twitter users responded to Rittenhouse with well-earned ridicule.
Who else wouldn’t want Kyle Rittenhouse attending their college?
I feel bad for the students of Blinn.
— Angela Belcamino (@AngelaBelcamino) June 6, 2022
“I wish to point out, apropos of nothing, that Anthony Huber, victim of acquitted murderer Kyle Rittenhouse, saw him shoot a man with an automatic rifle and tackled him single handed with only a skateboard. He was killed for his courage.” pic.twitter.com/BUeRAt0de1
— Maggie Mae/may not (@MaggieHalowell) June 6, 2022
Basically they take anyone, literally. pic.twitter.com/FhDoqb6fX4
— Madmama (@madmamavotes) June 6, 2022
I find it shocking & disheartening that anyone would feel so ‘righteous’ after shooting & killing another human being, especially when the shooter was the only one holding a weapon of mass destruction #GrowAHeartAndEmpathyKyle
— SoNotTrumpEVERAGAIN 🌻🌻 (@kcmohondro) June 6, 2022
You did it to yourself Kyle. I can think of two people whose lives were robbed because of your actions. And you really didn’t have to go there, did you? You went looking for trouble.
— LondonGal ☔️🍸👸 (@londongal_28) June 6, 2022
You were robbed of nothing. You made a conscious decision and chose to enter the fray when there was neither call nor reason for your presence. If anyone was robbed of their futures it was the two men you fatally shot.
— Ron, aka Rögnvaldr😊🇺🇦 (@decman52) June 6, 2022
Maybe you should consider some kind of trade like welding or truck driving. Something that doesn’t require references. I’m guessing “killed two people” is not quite what employers are looking for.
— jimmy “Space For Rent” 🌊🌊🌊 (@jimmy_tho) June 6, 2022
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