BREAKING: Rittenhouse TERRIFIES Dems – Reveals STUNNING Truth About Case

The trial of Illinois teenager Kyle Rittenhouse finally came to a conclusion on Friday after a jury acquitted him on all charges relating to a shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year.

Rittenhouse was candid about his thoughts following the verdict, and it includes a truth that many Democrats seem to resent. 

“Self-defense is not illegal,” the Daily Wire quoted Rittenhouse as saying moments after he left the courtroom a free man on Friday afternoon.

Rittenhouse: “We made it through the hard part”

“The jury reached the right verdict,” he said. “Self-defense is not illegal, and I believe they came to the correct verdict, and I’m glad that everything went well.”

“It’s been a rough journey, but we made it through it,” the now 18-year-old Rittenhouse continued, adding. “We made it through the hard part.”

Those words were spoken to a documentary film crew that had been following Rittenhouse through out the course of his murder trial. Produced by Tucker Carlson, the film is set to air on Fox Nation.

A trailer from the documentary also showed Rittenhouse discussing the lingering effects of his ordeal, saying, “It’s quite scary actually, because the dreams feel so real.”

“And they’re not the same at all, they’re all different. They’re the different scenarios that run through your heard during the day, like, what could have happened.”

“I’m alive, but what could have happened, like what if I wasn’t alive, or what if I did let Mr. Rosenbaum steal my gun?” Rittenhouse could be heard asking.

Democratic congresswoman calls verdict “white supremacy in action”

“It’s those types of dreams … almost every outcome is me getting seriously injured or hurt or dead. Those are the dreams I have on a daily basis.”

Those remarks aren’t likely to go over well with a number of left-leaning lawmaker, including Missouri Rep. Cori Bush. She declared that last week’s verdict represented “white supremacy in action.”

“This system isn’t built to hold white supremacists accountable,” Bush wrote in a tweet. “It’s why Black and brown folks are brutalized and put in cages while white supremacist murderers walk free. I’m hurt. I’m angry. I’m heartbroken.”

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