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Kyle Rittenhouse speaks to Tucker Carlson in first TV interview

It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.

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Tucker interviews Kyle Rittenhouse, who gives his version of the events on August 24th.

Highlights include:

“In retrospect, it’s remarkable just how dishonest, how thoroughly and intentionally dishonest the media coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse story turned out to be.”

“All of it was a lie.”

“Rittenhouse was not a ‘white supremacist,’ he was never in a militia, he never crossed state lines with a firearm. The protest in Kenosha was not peaceful; it was a riot, chaotic and violent. Many of the rioters, by the way, carried guns … Rittenhouse was hardly alone. Rittenhouse didn’t go to Kenosha looking for trouble. His father lived there.”

“Here’s the context: The night before, police in Kenosha had done nothing as the mob burned businesses, including another car lot, all the way to the ground. So, the business owner needed Kyle Rittenhouse’s help.”

“He was looking to a 17-year-old for help, if that gives you some perspective on how bad things were, and he asked for it.”

“As Rittenhouse stood there, rioters threatened his life. Then they attempted to kill him. In the end, Rittenhouse shot three attackers as he tried to run to the safety of the police. A number of media outlets claimed the men Rittenhouse shot were black. In fact, all three were white, and all three had serious criminal records.”

“Again, the media coverage was — from beginning to end — a tapestry of lies. If you watched the trial last week, you know that.”

“It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.”

“Rittenhouse comes from the least privileged sector of our society. During high school he worked as a janitor and a fry cook to help support his family. Last year he got into college at Arizona State, and he is very proud of it. In the world Kyle Rittenhouse grew up in, it is not a given that kids go to college. It’s not even close.”

“It was upsetting, because Kenosha is my community, and I was just upset seeing my community up in flames.”

“The first time I saw Rosenbaum was the first time he threatened to kill me. I was asking people if they needed medical and he came up to me … and he said, ‘If I catch any of you m-f’ers alone, I’m going to f*ing kill you.’ I’m just asking if people need help on both sides. I was there just to help anybody that needed it, and shockingly, the only people I helped that night were rioters.”

“What I noticed is the rioters were … disassociating with him because he was spewing the n-word around and they just didn’t seem to want anything to have to deal with him.”

“I run around the car because I was going to render first aid to him. I wasn’t able to because there was a mob forming and calling for my execution, and that’s when I try to run to the police line and get to the police, and then I am attacked again.”

“We ended up … turning myself in to the Antioch police department. I had to go to Antioch police department, which in my understanding is the closest police department to Kenosha.”

“I think it was people taking advantage of the BLM movement. I agree everybody has the right to protest and assemble, but I do not agree that people have the right to burn down. I don’t appreciate that people are burning down American cities.”

“I was formally arrested without a criminal complaint being crafted. They didn’t know what they were charging me with yet, they just arrested me at Antioch Police Department.”

“I said, ‘no, the right thing to do would be to turn myself in, I didn’t do anything wrong.'”

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Martha’s Vineyard Hypocrisy

The ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.

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Tucker’s coverage of the recent visit some Venezuelans made to Martha’s Vineyard continues. Highlights include:

“Those brief hours our Venezuelan brothers and sisters spent on Martha’s Vineyard changed history and left what they’re calling ‘an indelible mark’ on the people who lived there. ‘They enriched us,’ said one resident, ‘we were happy to help them on their journey.’ Unfortunately, as it turned out, that journey ended abruptly at a military base on Cape Cod where our Venezuelan brothers and sisters are being held against their will.”

“The people of Martha’s Vineyard knew this was going to happen, and yet none of them thought to tell their Venezuelan brothers and sisters before it happened.”

“Fifty brown people was too many for the people of Martha’s Vineyard. They called in the army to have them removed, like trash, as one island resident said. So actually, judging by their behavior and not simply by their lawn signs, which is the best way to judge people, the people of Martha’s Vineyard are not especially compassionate. In fact, they’re small-minded, and cheap, and pretty nasty, as any waiter or babysitter who works on the island can tell you. So, once again, the ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.”

“Actually, the people of Martha’s Vineyard, the residents there are the ones who did the tricking. They tricked the Venezuelans into going to a military base. But that wasn’t deception, no. According to Elizabeth Warren it was an act of love.”

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Obama’s DOJ allows record crime in Chicago

George Soros backed a prosecutor named Kim Fox who turned Chicago over to the most vicious people who live there.

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Tucker takes a look at how even the good neighborhoods in Chicago became gang run dystopias. Highlights include:

“Imagine dystopia. You hear that word frequently, what does it mean? Picture it in your mind’s eye. Dystopia is a world where the police will not protect you. They refuse.”

“And at the same time, you are not allowed to protect yourself.”

“So, who does that leave in charge? Who runs a world like that? Well, young men with guns. They’re in charge, the cruelest, most violent element of any society, the people with the least to lose. People like that have all the power. You have no power, and that means that everything you have is theirs.”

“According to reporting by CWB Chicago, just minutes after Ryan King was threatened with death for daring to walk outside in his own neighborhood, Chicago police spotted the gunmen’s vehicle, but there was nothing they could do about it.”

“Their supervisor ordered them not to pursue it, so the criminals just drove off, and of course they committed more violent crimes.”

“Police believe at least two organized armed gangs are now operating with impunity around Bucktown, which means the gangs are in charge now. That’s what the collapse of civilization looks like.”

“So, how did this happen? Well, it’s no mystery. There are many threads. But George Soros is a big one. Soros paid for this to happen. Soros backed a prosecutor named Kim Fox who turned Chicago over to the most vicious people who live there.”

“She’s not the only person who did this, the federal government also played a role. Over the eight years of the Barak Obama administration, the Department of Justice forced more than a dozen police departments around the country to enter into something called ‘dissent decrees.’ Chicago was one of them.”

“Now, all of these decrees took the same form. They pronounce police departments guilty of racism if those departments disproportionally interact with African Americans, regardless of whether those interactions were legally justified. In other words, the law is entirely irrelevaNt to the dissent decree, and so is reality itself.”

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