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‘I Want To Talk’: Kyle Rittenhouse Whines That Biden Is Not Taking His Calls

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Kyle Rittenhouse, who faced murder charges for the killing of two people and injuring a third during racial justice protests in 2020 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is reportedly angry that President Joe Biden won’t return his calls to “sit down and talk”.

The 19-year-old was eventually acquitted in a highly controversial trial in which the judge’s apparent sympathy for the defendant may have influenced the jury’s verdict.

During an interview on the conservative podcast The Jenna Ellis Show, Rittenhouse lashed out at Biden and the media while insisting that he’s not a white supremacist.

Rittenhouse told Ellis that he’s been “all right” but that “it’s been a little difficult” because of “all the false narratives that were put out, where people called me a white supremacist, a murderer and racist, and all those other lies, I don’t know if somebody’s seen one of those articles or watched one of those news stories.”

He said he’s afraid to go grocery shopping or to take his dog out for fear of harassment prompted by what he says are the “false lies that were put out”.

“I was attacked,” he said on the podcast. “I was 17 years old. I was attacked and had to defend myself. I’m not a racist. I’m not a white supremacist. I’m not a domestic terrorist. I’m not a murderer, and anybody who wants to sit down and have a conversation, I’m more than open,” he said before complaining that Biden is not returning his calls.

“I reached out to Joe Biden several times – crickets, nothing,” Rittenhouse told Ellis. “He still hasn’t replied. So it just shows how much of a man he is to not sit down and talk.”

Following Rittenhouse’s acquittal, Biden said the verdict made him “angry and concerned” but he nevertheless stood by the jury’s decision.

“I ran on a promise to bring Americans together, because I believe that what unites us is far greater than what divides us,” Biden said in November after the ruling.

Listen to the interview below:

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