Prosecutors Can’t Locate Kenosha Vigilante Kyle Rittenhouse

A Kyle Rittenhouse supporter in Kenosha Wisconsin by Lightburst is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Kyle Rittenhouse became well-known in America when he shot rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin at the age of 17.

Rittenhouse was trying to protect himself from the violent mob who were coming after him and trying to beat him to death.

He allegedly murdered two men in August, 2020 and was arrested for their killing and held in custody in his hometown of Antioch, Illinois.

Rittenhouse is now 18 and was let out on a $2 million bond last November, but now prosecutors say they can’t find him and are seeking an arrest warrant.

Nobody Home

Police from Kenosha went to Rittenhouse’s listed address in Antioch where he was supposed to be living and say they found out that actually somebody else has been renting it for the past month-and-a-half.

There is now a request for an arrest warrant for Rittenhouse and his bond is hiked up by $200,000. Rittenhouse’s defense lawyer Mark Richards said the family had moved on purpose to stay safe from death threats and that the address would be given if it wasn’t publicly listed. Prosecutors said no to the offer.

Most of Rittenhouse’s $2 million bond came from crowdfunding paid by conservatives who supported his right to self-defense and were angered over the media crusade against Rittenhouse. He was one of the few who hit back against the violent mob who burned down many American cities and businesses last summer, supposedly in anger over police violence against Black people.

In Kenosha this was specifically sparked by the police shooting of 29-year-old Black man Jacob Blake.

WI – Kenosha Police Department by Inventorchris is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

The Case Against Rittenhouse

Last month Rittenhouse pleaded not guilty to all charges against him which are charges of first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless homicide, attempted first-degree intentional homicide, two counts of reckless endangerment and a misdemeanor charge of possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18, since he was 17 at the time of the incidents.

Rittenhouse has already been smeared by the media as a White supremacist and cold-blooded killer. His trial by grand jury is scheduled for March 29, and support for him from conservatives and libertarians remains high.

He was reportedly seen January 5 at a bar in Wisconsin hanging out with Proud Boys and wearing a shirt that said “Free as F—.” The Proud Boys have also been falsely labeled as White Supremacist by the mainstream media and blamed for the Jan. 6 incursion on Capitol Hill.

It’s clear that the case against Rittenhouse has been unfairly prejudiced by the progressive media’s narrative, and it will be difficult to find a jury which is unbiased and willing to actually listen to the evidence and facts of the case without prior assumptions about the young man and his motivations.

Rittenhouse came to Kenosha to help keep law and order with his firearm but was chased and physically threatened multiple times by Antifa and rioters including one with a handgun. Rittenhouse killed 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum and 26-year-old Anthony Huber. He also blew the bicep off 26-year-old Gaige Grosskreutz. Rosenbaum was a convicted pedophile, while Huber had been in jail for domestic violence, so these were far from the innocent social justice angels that the media tried to make them out to be.

Then again, protecting pedophiles and pushing a false narrative isn’t exactly anything new for our media superiors.

But the false narrative surrounding Rittenhouse is dangerous because it prejudices his right to a fair trial. The facts as they are known at this point clearly show that he was chased down, threatened and under physical assault when he finally shot back and ended up killing the rioting pedophile and the domestic abuser.