Rittenhouse Tells Crowder His Biggest Lesson: 'Government Can...Push Their Own Agenda'

Nick Kangadis | December 8, 2021
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Kyle Rittenhouse has been making the conservative media rounds as of late, and his latest stop was Wednesday morning on “Louder with Crowder” with host Steven Crowder and comedian Dave Landau.

One particularly interesting tidbit from the casual interview was when Crowder asked Rittenhouse what his biggest takeaway has been from going through his whole ordeal.

“My biggest takeaway is how the government can just try to push their own narrative, unsuccessfully in my case,” Rittenhouse responded, “but they can push their own agenda and just try to put anybody away for defending their self or any innocent person.”

“What do you think would’ve happened if there wasn’t more footage than people can watch in a lifetime?” Crowder followed up.

“Steven, we wouldn’t be here,” Rittenhouse answered, referring to himself not being a free man had there not been “more footage than people can watch in a lifetime.”

The trio went on to talk about the case, the false accusation and slander against Rittenhouse and what he’s doing and planning on doing with his life now that he’s a free young man.

Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges on November 19 stemming from an incident in which he was forced to defend himself from angry rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin on the evening of August 25, 2020.

For Rittenhouse above comment, and the rest of the interview, watch below (Note: Rittenhouse "takeaway" comment at 19:27 mark):