Congratulations to Kyle Rittenhouse for his thoroughly deserved acquittal on all charges in Kenosha today. Any objective analysis of the evidence could lead to no other decision. I hope he becomes a very rich young man through suing all the news media that slandered and libeled him before and during the trial. He deserves it.
(Predictably, the moonbats are outraged. Sucks to be them, I guess.)
Now, let’s build on his example. I suggest that men and women of sound common sense, in every locality threatened by potentially violent riots, should get together and form one or more Rittenhouse Patrols. For small locations, it could be the size of a fire team, or a squad of two or three fire teams. For larger ones, a platoon-size patrol would be useful. For a really big area (say, an entire suburb or a small to medium-size town), a Rittenhouse Company might be appropriate.
The Rittenhouse Patrols would help with neighborhood clean-up and securing their own areas, just as their namesake did. If a mob comes to visit, they’ll continue their neighborhood clean-up in a rather more kinetic sense. If every member does their best, we might see multiple Kenosha Hat Tricks every night! I can’t think of anything better calculated to make an otherwise violent, predatory, criminal mob decide it would be better to pursue their objectives… elsewhere.
(Oh – and if we can get the local pedophiles to follow the example of the late, unlamented, convicted pedophile Joseph D. Rosenbaum, so much the better. That’ll really clean up the neighborhood!)
I feel rather happier with life this afternoon. It’s nice to see a verdict so thoroughly deserved be reached despite so much politically correct, extremist pressure. I think I’ll hoist a glass in the general direction of Mr. Rittenhouse tonight… and I’ll make sure I have spare, loaded magazines to lend to friends who might need them. I don’t think we’ll have any trouble around here, but in the not-too-distant Big City, they might have a use for them. I call such tools an investment in a brighter future.