When he was just a high schooler, Nicholas Sandman was slandered by the national media and the subsequent lawsuits made him a rich young man.
After being vindicated in court, Kyle Rittenhouse is looking to sue the members of the press who wrongly defiled his good name.
And a new headline from one supposed “unbiased newspaper” may have just added more fuel to Rittenhouse’s legal fire.
The slandering of Kyle Rittenhouse
The entire nation watched as the life of an 18-year-old boy and every American’s right to self-defense hung in the balance.
When the verdict came in, Kyle Rittenhouse was vindicated.
Despite the corporate-controlled media’s best efforts to negatively influence the court of public opinion and threats of riots – a Kenosha, Wisconsin jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty after defending himself during the riots of the Summer of 2020.
The corporate-controlled media falsely labeled young Rittenhouse a “white supremacist” and a “murderer.”
Leftists will never accept the truth about Kyle Rittenhouse – that he acted in self-defense when his life was threatened during the Kenosha riots last summer following the shooting of sexual abuser, domestic abuser, and trespasser, Jacob Blake.
Rittenhouse has announced his intentions of suing the media outlets that slandered him and is raising money to pay for his legal fees.
And now he may have a new piece of evidence.
Tale of two headlines
Following Rittenhouse’s gut-wrenching testimony, on November 10, 2021, USA Today published the headline:
Kyle Rittenhouse deserves an award for his melodramatic performance on the witness stand.
Important to note, Rittenhouse was 18-years-old when he testified in a trial with his life on the line.
And he was only 17 when he faced the kill-or-be-killed decision during the Black Lives Matter riots.
Compare that USA Today headline to this one posted last week about the Christmas Parade Massacre’s left-wing terrorist, Darrell Brooks:
Wisconsin Christmas parade defendant gives tearful opening statement: “2 sides to every story.”
Unlike young Kyle, Brooks is a 40-year-old grown man.
Also unlike Kyle, Brooks wasn’t in a position to defend his own life when he willfully drove his car into the crowd of a Christmas parade, killing six people and wounding dozens more.
Brooks was just found guilty of six counts of first-degree intentional homicide, 61 counts of recklessly endangering safety, six counts of hit-and-run causing death, two counts of bail jumping — all felonies in connection to the parade tragedy — and one count of misdemeanor battery related to an incident with his ex-girlfriend.
But you’ll notice the USA Today headline is empathetic to Brooks.
He gave a “tearful opening statement.”
There are “two sides to every story.”
They call him the Christmas parade defendant – as though he’s accused of attending a Christmas parade, instead of intentionally driving his SUV into the crowd and killing a half dozen people and injuring many more, including children, and senior citizens.
While Rittenhouse, who also gave a tearful testimony as he looked back and recounted the events of the worst day of his life, was mocked by USA Today.
But, of course, bias in the corporate-controlled media is just a figment of conservatives’ imagination.