Rittenhouse agrees to help with medical in the riots after his acquittal

GENESIUS TIMES

KENOSHA, WI—Kyle Rittenhouse, defendant in the 2020 self-defense case, has promised to help out with medical support in the riots that will inevitably occur following his acquittal.

The prosecution, which tried to make the bizarre case that the right to self-defense is forfeited if you have a gun, rested Monday and the verdict is expected Tuesday.

“Sure, I’ll help out in any way I can. That’s why I was here in the first place,” Rittenhouse said in an exclusive interview with Genesius Times. He will be providing medical support along with armed defense for businesses in the area.

In a video released by the defense, Rittenhouse explains his stance:

“So people are getting injured. Our job is to protect this business. Part of my job is also to protect people. If there’s somebody getting hurt, I’m running into harm’s way. That’s why I have my rifle, because I need to protect myself obviously. But I also have my med kit.”

Various criminals and degenerates in the area have promised to prevent him from helping.

“We have a duty to destroy this city,” local child rapist Jack Ace said. “And if some one wants to stop us from burning it down, they are white supremacist terrorists.”