Your argument is that because he was able to defend himself instead of dying in the streets he should "taken for all he'll ever be worth".
My argument is that you're a clown for hoping a 17 year old's life is ruined because he went out to help people when no one else would.
Aren't you in Minneapolis? We saw what happens when they start rioting in your city, you sat at home and let them burn down your community around you. Meanwhile there's 17 year old kids going out in Wisconsin to provide first aid, extinguish fires, and protect businesses. No wonder why you're upset at Kyle. He embarrassed you and everyone else in your community by doing what you were all too afraid to do: defend your community.
Nice use of bold there, why not use all caps to elicit an emotional response?
He should be taken for all he’ll be worth because he and his enabler made a series of illegal moves to put him in that situation. Rittenhouse doesn’t upset me, not in the least. If anything he’s an irritation because he further fueled the anti-gun lobby’s rhetoric.
I’m not in Minneapolis, there was no rioting in my city. I didn’t sit at home and let them burn my community around me. In fact, I was already at the lake cabin with the family when it all went down. When I returned to my city, and community, we BBQ’d and enjoyed the fact that we don’t live in those neighborhoods. I did, however, buy $1800 in Caribou and Jersey Mike’s gift cards and gave them to the MN Guard Battalion that was stationed at a local hotel.
So no, at no point did I feel the need to defend my community. I do find it cute however that you make the assumption that I wouldn't have the capability nor resolve to defend my home if needed. Is this because you are jumping to more unfounded conclusions about me?