Rittenhouse Verdict Shows America Isn’t Dead Yet

There isn’t really much to say that we all don’t know already with the result of one of the most high profile criminal cases in recent history. We all knew that young Kyle Rittenhouse was innocent of any criminal intent and was simply defending himself and his family. The only doubts any of us really had was whether the jury would have the courage to come to the only just conclusion and return a not guilty verdict. Fortunately for him and all of the rest of us who value what America was always supposed to be, justice was served today.

The left wing, mainstream media has suffered a huge setback today, but their failure wasn’t for lack of trying. From heavily slanted coverage to juror intimidation to mobs threatening riots in the streets, the radicals who hide in plain sight came out of the woodwork in a desperate attempt to sway the outcome of the case to suit their own twisted agenda. A young man had the courage to defend his family, and evil men perished as a result. It’s difficult for a reasonable person to see it any other way, but those who are fully enveloped in the cult that is the far left socialist movement don’t see reason.

It is clear to me that the jurors for this case are some of the bravest individuals we’ve seen for some time. We all know that this verdict puts all of them in danger from radical ideologues who will inevitably seek retribution against those who refused to lay down to their overt threats. Rittenhouse himself isn’t really out of the woods yet, as he will be the direct target of petulant radicals for years to come. He won’t be able to feel truly safe anywhere as long as the political landscape is allowed to remain the way it is. Bravery always has a cost.

Still, it sparks a feeling of hope to see that justice can still prevail in what is still the greatest and freest country the world has ever seen. It’s been a while since I could say that I feel proud to be an American, but when I see courageous citizens publicly standing up for what is right and saving an innocent young man from a terrible and undeserved fate, it makes me feel those same feelings I had when I joined the Marine Corps after the September 11 terrorist attacks. America is still the beacon for the world to emulate.

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