In an interview with Sebastian Gorka for the America First podcast, Kyle Rittenhouse expressed his outrage over how “unfair” it is that appearances he was scheduled to make keep getting postponed.
Rittenhouse, who was exonerated of killing two people during unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020 and has since become a Republican poster boy, lashed out at the “woke mob,” which he accuses of causing businesses to cancel his scheduled public appearances.
Rittenhouse was scheduled to speak at a right-wing “Rally Against Censorship” event that was scheduled to be held at the Southern Star Brewing Company in Conroe, Texas, but the event has been canceled, the brewery announced on Friday. The business added that “we don’t do rallies, we make beer for people who like beer,” claiming that the event “did not reflect our own values.”
It has also been confirmed that a private reception featuring Rittenhouse set for today at the Oak Room of the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas has also been postponed. The National Association for Gun Rights sponsored the event, according to a statement from the Grand Canal Shoppes, but it did not “align with our property’s core event guidelines.”