VICTORY LAP: Paul Gosar Offers to Arm Wrestle Matt Gaetz Over Who Hires Kyle Rittenhouse


After Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted all of charges, Representative Paul Gosar challenged fellow Representative Matt Gaetz to an arm wrestle to see who would get him as their congressional intern.

Before the verdict had been read, Representative Matt Gaetz, a staunch defender of the America First agenda, told Newsmax that Rittenhouse deserved a not guilty verdict. “I sure hope he gets it because you know what, Kyle Rittenhouse would probably make a pretty good congressional intern,” Gaetz said, adding that his team “may reach out to him and see if he’d be interested in helping the country in additional ways.”

After it was confirmed that Rittenhouse was not guilty, Representative Paul Gosar, a fellow America First congressman, joined Gaetz in throwing his hat in the ring to get Kyle as an intern. “Justice was served for Kyle Rittenhouse and he is fully exonerated. As I said last year, obviously self-defense,” Gosar tweeted, before challenging Gaetz to an arm wrestle “to get dibs for Kyle as an intern.”

Other members of Congress have not been so happy with the verdict. Far-left Representatives Cori Bush and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were both very upset with Rittenhouse’s acquittal, with Bush describing the decision as simply being “white supremacy in action,” adding that she was “heartbroken.”

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Meanwhile AOC claimed that it was the judicial system “functioning as designed and protecting those it was designed for,” reiterating the often repeated claim that the United States and its institutions are inherently racist.

On Friday, after a trial that took almost three weeks, Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts, including homicide charges. He had previously been charged with firearms charges, but these were struck by Judge Schroeder. The teen physically collapsed in tears as the not guilty verdicts were read, regaining his composure as he hugged his defense attorney.

Prior to the jury’s deliberations, Judge Bruce Schroeder removed two counts from the jury’s consideration, including allegations that Kyle Rittenhouse violated a local curfew and that Kyle Rittenhouse illegally transported a weapon across state lines. Judge Schroeder determined either that Rittenhouse did not violate the law in these instances, or that the prosecution did not do enough to provide evidence of wrongdoing.

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