He could have waited until the facts of the case came through, or he could have done that increasingly rare Herculean feat and simply said nothing at all.
Instead he chose to malign a teenager for cheap political gain.
The ‘President’ of our country chose sacrificing the life of a young man just so he could make some ill begotten gains, and he lost spectacularly…
What’s worse is that he did it brazenly—in plain view for everyone to see, and the tragedy is that roughly half the country went along for the ride.
Kudos to Kyle for always having poise, and for always holding his cool in the face of prosecutorial misconduct and outright political persecution
Rittenhouse sat down with Crowder:
By now it's apparent no one can explain anything to Joe Biden. He's beyond that.
Kyle Rittenhouse challenges President Joe Biden to sit-down discussion about trial acquittal: 'I'll explain the facts to you so you can understand them' https://t.co/CYOKaudCeW
— Rholf Troy (@rholftroy) December 9, 2021
Washington Examiner gave us snippets of the conversation and explains:
“Mr. President, I hope you see this,” Rittenhouse said on Louder with Crowder . “I’d have a sit-down, and I’ll explain the facts to you so you can understand them.
“Biden has not been the biggest fan of the Illinoisian teenager and implied that Rittenhouse was a white supremacist while campaigning for president.
‘I would like to sit down and tell him the facts of what happened’ Kyle Rittenhouse challenges Joe Biden to a meeting during interview with Glenn Beck after president branded him ‘white supremacist’ https://t.co/JO5KxcArcS via @ycnewsnetwork
— Hong Xie — Editor-in-Chief (@YourContentEIC) December 9, 2021
White House blames Trump when Confronted about Biden's Lies on calling Rittenhouse a white supremacist pic.twitter.com/CvsGH5KboE
— PrConservative (@pr_conservative) December 1, 2021
Daily Mail writes:
In a Wednesday interview, Glenn Beck asked 18-year-old Rittenhouse whether President Joe Biden ever called him to apologize.
‘He hasn’t, and I would like to sit down with the president and have a conversation with him and tell him the facts of what happened,’ Rittenhouse told the host matter-of-factly.
‘Um, I don’t expect that to happen, but it would be right for him to do it,’ Beck replied.