Posted by Centipede Nation Staff on August 27, 2020 5:25 am

Fundraisers for Kyle Rittenhouse Taken Down By GoFundMe and Fundly, While Allowing An Antifa/BLM Rioter That Attacked Him to Receive Over $80k

Kyle Rittenhouse and Antifa/BLM

17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with first-degree intentional homicide for shooting three people in self defense Tuesday in Kenosha, Wisconsin after his life was threatened by Antifa/BLM rioters. Following the incident, fundraisers were set up on Gofundme and Fundly to help assist with his legal fees, but now those platforms took them down – completely wiping out everything he’s collected. Instead, GoFundme is now directly promoting the fundraiser for one of Kyle’s attackers.

Here’s the official account of the GoFundMe corporation completely virtue signaling with a tweet directly promoting the fundraiser of Antifa “hero” Anthony Huber.

For those wondering if Kyle was acting in self-defense, the following video has a pretty good montage of most of the angles and scenes showing Kyle’s decisions to defend himself was most-likely justified.

Here is an interview of Kyle before the shooting started, showing he was there to protect businesses. But it seems Gofundme and Fundly think defending yourself is now considered “racist”.

According to Kyle was accused of being a fugitive from justice, but as the following video shows, Kyle tried to turn himself in right after the shooting by walking towards the police vehicles with his hands up, then approached one of the car windows where it looks like he was told to back away.

Here’s a screenshot showing one of the guys that attacked Kyle was actually armed and was pointing his firearm at Kyle who then shot him in his arm.

It also turns out that all of the people that Kyle shot had criminal records (courtesy of Andy Ngô):

What we also know is that Kyle had traveled from his home state of Illinois to Wisconsin and open carried. But according to the Milwakee Journal Sentinal, the fact that he was a minor and from out of state could set him back, but lawyers could make an argument in regards to him open-carrying in the state of Wisconsin while noting the following:

“…was not old enough to legally carry the assault-style rifle he had, according to statutes, which say anyone under 18 who “goes armed” with any deadly weapon is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. John Monroe, a lawyer who specializes in gun rights cases, believes an exception for rifles and shotguns, intended to allow people age 16 and 17 to hunt, could apply…

What wasn’t brought up was that according to 10 U.S. Code § 246 “The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age”

Last but not least, we have this. Take it as you wish:

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