It has been some interesting days since Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on Friday of five charges related to his fatal shooting of two men and injuring a third in protests last August. As we reported earlier, the protest came over the shooting of Jacob Blake by the police, which left him paralyzed. People still haven’t finished speaking about the ruling, including Missouri MP Cori Bush. Rep Bush shared a tweet expressing her anger at the House Republicans who recently offered Kyle an internship.
Corresponding Yahoo news, in a tweet yesterday, Rep. Bush called Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, saying they needed to be expelled. Cori tweeted: “Just be real: it feels more dangerous every day to come to work. These members don’t just incite violence. “She continued to tweet,” Now they are actively recruiting someone whose only qualification is to kill people who advocate for black lives and get away with it. You have to be expelled. “
On November 19, Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted, “Not guilty,” and Rep. Paul Gosar replied, “Justice has been done for #KyleRittenhouse, and he is, as I said last year, fully exonerated, obviously self-defense. I will @mattgaetz arm wrestling to intern Kyle with dibs. “Rep. Bush wasn’t the only one convicting the men. Insider spoke to defense attorney Mark Richards, who represented Kyle, about the matter and said it was disgusting.
“There are a lot of people trying to take advantage of this and I think people shouldn’t,” he told the site. “They’re raising money for it, and all these Republican congressmen are saying, ‘Come on, work for me.'” Roommates leave a comment and tell us what you think about Kyle Rittenhouse that is available for an internship.
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