Recently acquitted teenager Kyle Rittenhouse recently received full reinstatement on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook after Big Tech lifted a ban on all his accounts in advance of his trial.
Earlier this week, Rittenhouse confirmed on BlazeTV’s “You Are Here,” show that he has been reinstated on the various platforms.
Rittenhouse’s legal team assisted the teenager in acquiring official accounts on each of the social media sites, including TikTok, to combat a slew of fake #KyleRittenhouse accounts that were spreading misinformation.
Rittenhouse confirmed with a Tweet that those who wish to follow his activity can look him up @ThisIsKyleRittenhouse.
Yes and you can follow me on Facebook @ThisIsKyleRittenhouse
— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) December 7, 2021
With his first Instagram post, Rittenhouse shared a video of his service dog Milo. He revealed that he’s suffered from PTSD since he was assaulted in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer. At the time of his trial, he was still in therapy.
Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges laid against him by a jury last month over his self-defense shooting of three white men who attacked him during a deadly riot.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson dropped a teaser video recently for an upcoming documentary that examines how the jury can to the “right verdict.”
Rittenhouse says that he has nightmares about that fateful night almost “every single night,” adding that the dreams “feel so real.” He said that the dreams are always different, as his mind works out “different scenarios… what could have happened.”
He said many of his dreams live out alternative scenarios where Rosenbaum steals his gun, or where he’s put to death by his attackers. “Those are just… dreams I have on a daily basis,” the teen noted.
Author: Sergio Norman