A 17-Year-Old Boy Shot ̶T̶h̶r̶e̶e̶ Two Unarmed Men in the Streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin with an AR-15

Fixed. Does this make it better? No.

Vanessa Robinson

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Only in America can a 17-year-old shoot and kill Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, Anthony Huber, 26, and wound Gaige Grosskreutz in the streets of Kenosha and receive financial and emotional support from real live adults in the United States House of Representatives.

Anthony Sabatini, who sits in the state’s House of Representatives, on Saturday tweeted, “KYLE RITTENHOUSE FOR CONGRESS.”

Did I mention Sabatini’s from Florida?

What next? An army of teenagers armed with AR-15’s to back up the police? This fantasy army would have the freedom to shoot and kill anyone and still be young enough to escape justice because of their youth. All they have to do is say, “self-defense!” which is what Rittenhouse is expected to do.

Those arrogant suckers can shoot you and they can’t even get arrested.

Kyle Rittenhouse is seen in Kenosha on Tuesday night. (Youtube.com)

What a weapon for a weak Police Department!

U. S. Representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky even bent over backward and came up with a novel defense for this teenage killer:

“He didn’t empty a magazine into a crowd.”

We should be grateful, y’all!

He also said this about Rittenhouse:

“He exhibited more restraint than a lot of the police videos I’ve seen.”

With this reasoning from Rep. Massie of Kentucky, nobody, including police officers, need training. They just need, what’d Massie say? They would need Rittenhouse’s “-incredible restraint and presence and situational awareness.” Maybe Rittenhouse could guard Massie’s residential street.

Something tells me he’d decline.

Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, another United States Representative, has posted information for a fundraiser for this alleged murderer.

You can see where this is going.

Frustration doesn't cover it.

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Vanessa Robinson

Writer and Observer: Injustice, History, Family, Love, and Politics. Electrical Engineer. Completing First Historical Fiction Novel.