Last Updated on December 6, 2021
Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who was acquitted of homicide charges after a jury ruled that he shot three aggressive BLM rioters in self defense in Kenosha last year, has officially joined several social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and Instagram.
” To put a stop to all the fake #Kyle Rittenhouse social media accounts. Kyle now has official Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter accounts,” the @Freekyleusa Twitter acoount announced on monday, accompanied by links to the various new accounts.
On Facebook, Rittenhouse’s account posted a video of Kyle meeting his dog Milo, accompanied by the caption “This is Milo, Kyle’s best friend and service dog.
Kyle and Milo first met on a cold, snowy day in January – they have been inseparable ever since.For nearly a year, Milo has been a source of unconditional love, strength and security for Kyle. This is the day they met.”
The same video was posted to the TikTok account. Though the account is not currently named 4doorsmorewhores like Rittenhouse’s previous account, the @Freekyleusa account did promise that they are “working on that.”
Following the verdict, left-wing, anti-Rittenhouse platform Facebook reversed its decision to ban users from speaking positively about Rittenhouse, though it did not offer a retraction of its statement that “We’ve designated the shooting in Kenosha a mass murder and are removing posts in support of the shooter.”