Rittenhouse exploited for Congressional Gold Medal

United States Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) is calling for teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, fresh from acquittal on murder charges, to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for “protect” his community by the rioters.

Greene filed a bill he calls for awarding the prestigious medal to Rittenhouse why “Protected the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter riot on 25 August 2020 “. The legislation comes after at least two other Republicans in Congress – Representatives Matt Gaetz (Florida) and Madison Cawthorn (North Carolina) – made internship offers in Rittenhouse.

The Congressional Gold Medal marks the highest honor that Congress can award. Recent recipients have included police officers who defended the United States Capitol during the January 6 uprising and American troops who they were killed in a terrorist attack during the Pentagon’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan in August.






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Rittenhouse, 18, was found not guilty last week of murder and related charges in connection with shootings that left two rioters dead And one injured. The Kenosha County Court jury apparently believed the teenager’s claims that he had acted in himself-defense while being attacked by men who tried to take his rifle, including one who pointed a gun at him head.

Greene’s account is only the latest save in the politician battle over a case that President Joe Biden and other Democrats have held up as an example of white supremacy – albeit Rittenhouse and all three of the men he shot were white – and vigilantism. Biden reacted to last Friday’s verdict saying it was “Angry and concerned” and Vice President Kamala Harris stated that the jury decision showed that “There is still a lot more work to do” in do the United States criminal justice system more “fair.”

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Biden’s Republican predecessor, Donald Trump, met with Rittenhouse al former Mar-a-Lago of the president club in Florida on Tuesday. Trump, who Not rule out in execution for President again in 2024, called Rittenhouse “a nice young man” and said prosecutors never should they put him on trial since the teenager “it would have been dead” if he didn’t shoot the attackers.

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