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If there is someone that liberals find that they can turn into an example they will do so with extreme prejudice.

Kyle Rittenhouse was trying to defend himself when a group of protesting thugs tried to rough him up. There, I said it.

Now, it seems that every liberal lawmaker was trying to make sure that the book was thrown at him as hard as they could possibly throw it. However, at the end of the day, it seems that good sense is starting to prevail in this whole case.

After Illinois teen Kyle Rittenhouse was accused of breaking the law by transporting a gun across state lines, prosecutors in Lake County, Illinois, have said the 17-year-old will not face charges in the state in connection with the gun he used during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August.

The Smith & Wesson .223 caliber rifle Rittenhouse carried during a night of violent protests in the Wisconsin community “was purchased, stored and used in Wisconsin,” according to a statement from the office of Lake County State’s Attorney Mike Nerheim.

An investigation turned up no evidence that Rittenhouse “physically possessed” the gun in Illinois.

It was unclear where the gun was stored in Kenosha.

Attorney Lin Wood, who has championed Rittenhouse’s cause, said as early as late August that there was nothing to the accusations against Rittenhouse that he transported a weapon to Wisconsin.

“When you start manufacturing facts to support false accusations, you get into trouble under the law of defamation. Kyle did not carry a gun across state lines. The gun belonged to his friend, a Wisconsin resident. The gun never left the State of Wisconsin. Truth always prevails,” Wood said then.

A statement from the law firm of Pierce Bainbridge published by Spectrum News has long refuted claims that Rittenhouse crossed state lines to get involved in the rioting that was raging in Kenosha at the time.

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