Kyle Rittenhouse starts YouTube channel focused on guns, second amendment

Kyle Rittenhouse, who was acquitted of all charges in November 2021 stemming from the August 2020 shootings in Kenosha where two men were killed, has started his own YouTube channel.

Rittenhouse said the channel will be “about guns and talking the 2nd amendment,” and he said that he is “super excited” to get started.

Rittenhouse released a brief trailer for the channel, where he appears next to gun-rights advocate Brandon Herrera. The trailer states that “great content” will come from this channel. 

“Hello! I am super excited to announce I will be starting a YouTube channel!” Rittenhouse announced. “I look forward to creating content about guns and talking about the 2nd amendment with all of you!” 

“You might remember me as the kid who defended himself with a firearm during the 2020 riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin,” Rittenhouse wrote in the channel’s bio. “Join me in my journey to learn everything I can about new and vintage firearms and help to defend the Second Amendment.”

Rittenhouse also said that his pronouns are “Free Man.”

“Thank you guys so much for continuing to support me, and I’ll see you guys in the videos to come,” Rittenhouse said, concluding the trailer.

As of writing, Rittenhouse’s channel has garnered a total of 57.9k subscribers.

Since his acquittal, Rittenhouse had the chance to meet former President Trump and also attend a Turning Point USA event.

Rittenhouse did speak about the negative side to his acquittal in a video with Brandon Herrera. “It’s been hard. I still have legal bills to pay, I’m still paying lawyers to help defend myself.”




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