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Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
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Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

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Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times
 
Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
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Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

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Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

"While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group"

But yes, let's create a narrative that suggests differently.
 
Paling around with the boogaloos eh, not exactly surprising.
 
"While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group"

But yes, let's create a narrative that suggests differently.

Did I say he was a card carrying member? I did not.

The FALSE narrative is the ACTUAL boogaloo. How is that false?
 
"While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group"

But yes, let's create a narrative that suggests differently.



Kinda like Trump and his supporters creating a different narrative about BLM and Antifa.
 
Paling around with the boogaloos eh, not exactly surprising.

Well, if peaceful protesters can unwittingly be palling around with violent anarcho-communists, arsonists, vandals, etc. then it seems possible that the kid might have been unwittingly palling around with people he didn't know either. That being said, there has been NOTHING so far that ties Rittenhouse to the Boogaloo movelemt and, frankly, taking the word of a guy that represents a group that wants to start a race war about a subject that could, if properly used for propaganda purposes promote that objective, is rather stupid.
 
Did I say he was a card carrying member? I did not.

The FALSE narrative is the ACTUAL boogaloo. How is that false?

Isn't "palling around" suggesting a connection, when there no connection?
 
Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
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Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

OK, now this information changes.... ummmm... absolutely nothing, because of the actual facts that are already known:

* He went to Kenosha to work, not to participate in the riots as some have asserted.
* He volunteered to help remove graffiti after work, which there is photographic evidence proving... That is not the typical activity of a vigilante looking to start trouble.
* He took a first aid kit with him to assist injured protesters, which is documented on camera before the shootings... which is not the typical thing that someone looking to start trouble would do.
* He was interviewed and caught on camera several times prior to the incident and gave no indication he was looking for trouble and wasn't acting aggressive at all.
* The police talked with him several times and had no issue with him.
* There is no evidence, or witnesses that claim, that he ever threatened, antagonized, or did anything to provoke a conflict with anyone.
* He was chased by several thugs because he used a fire extinguisher to put out a fire that the thugs had started in a dumpster.
* He ran away from the person chasing him and did not turn and fire his weapon until someone else fired a gun behind him. Video evidence confirms this.
* After the first shooting, a mob of thugs chased him with the clear intention of inflicting harm upon him. Video evidence confirms this.
* When he attempted to run to safety toward police lines, he was struck by something and fell to the ground. Video evidence confirms this.
* After falling, he shot the 3 people who attempted to harm him and nobody else. One of which pulled a pistol on him. Video evidence confirms this.
* After that incident, he tried to surrender to police but the police ignored him and proceeded to the location of the shooting. Video evidence confirms this.
* He returned home and immediately turned himself in at his local police station..

You can continue to attempt to smear the boy to your little hearts content, but it won't change the fact that every piece of evidence available indicates he was acting in self defense. Unless you can come up with solid evidence that contradicts what's known, these smear campaigns are meaningless and a colossal wast of time.

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Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
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Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

I keep seeing things on FB where the right is calling this little piece of **** a "hero". I can't believe how far this country has fallen under Trump.
 
Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
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Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

A total and complete lie! Gas lighting at a vile level.
 
Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
----------------------------------------------
Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

Rittenhouse has attracted a cult following in more than one sense of the phrase. These right-wing extremists have been looking for any excuse to go on murderous rampages, and they are very pleased when they see one of their own do it.

Rittenhouse deserves to be locked away for the rest of his sorry life. Send a message to other wanna-be thugs that that is how they will end up.
 
I keep seeing things on FB where the right is calling this little piece of **** a "hero". I can't believe how far this country has fallen under Trump.

You really should stop looking at things on FB. It's as bad as twitter when it comes to misinformation and nonsense.

See my sig. (The Gutfeld one.)
 
"While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group"

But yes, let's create a narrative that suggests differently.

Precisely.
 
Well, if peaceful protesters can unwittingly be palling around with violent anarcho-communists, arsonists, vandals, etc. then it seems possible that the kid might have been unwittingly palling around with people he didn't know either. That being said, there has been NOTHING so far that ties Rittenhouse to the Boogaloo movelemt and, frankly, taking the word of a guy that represents a group that wants to start a race war about a subject that could, if properly used for propaganda purposes promote that objective, is rather stupid.

SUREsure, he palled around MOST of the day, and never asked who if anyone he was with? The guys was a proselytizer. He was selling his ethos. The kid knew.
 
You really should stop looking at things on FB. It's as bad as twitter when it comes to misinformation and nonsense.

See my sig. (The Gutfeld one.)

I'll take the advice of someone who gets his news from The Conservative Treehouse for what it's worth.
 
I keep seeing things on FB where the right is calling this little piece of **** a "hero". I can't believe how far this country has fallen under Trump.

A hero, absolutely not. Defending one's self does not a hero make.

What he is however, is a shining example of why the right to bare arms is so very important. When you have democratic politicians who refuse to allow law enforcement to take the proper action to protect the safety and property of law abiding citizens from lawless thugs, the only recourse is for citizens to be able to take up arms and protect themselves, their families and their property.

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Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
----------------------------------------------
Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

Says the riot suppoeter with a straight face.
 
Kenosha killer spent the day with Boogaloo terrorists. Those that are inciting a civil war. Using NAzi signage.

The killer was NOT some do gooder that just wants a peaceful society. HE WAS HANGING WITH those starting the civil war.
----------------------------------------------
Avowed 'boogaloo boi' says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings

An adherent to the far-right boogaloo movement — whose most extreme followers are reportedly looking to spark a civil war — was with Kyle Rittenhouse last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin, before the Antioch teenager allegedly opened fire on protesters, killing two and wounding another.

Ryan Balch, an Army veteran from West Bend, Wisconsin, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he met Rittenhouse in the lead up to last Tuesday’s shootings and spent much of the day with him. While Balch said Rittenhouse “had no connection” to the loosely organized group, he noted that as many as 32 boogaloo adherents were in Kenosha that day.

Balch, who has used social media to post Nazi propaganda and white nationalist messaging, described himself in a series of Facebook messages to the Sun-Times as a “Boog Boi.” According to the Anti-Defamation League, white supremacists, militia members and other extremists use the phrase boogaloo as “shorthand for a future civil war.”

...

Though Balch said he was separated from Rittenhouse and didn’t witness the shootings, his account offers a window into the accused killer’s movements before the demonstration turned violent. Balch said Rittenhouse “seemed appropriately scared” but didn’t appear “frightened.”

Read more: Avowed ‘boogaloo boi’ Ryan Balch says he roamed Kenosha streets with Kyle Rittenhouse before shootings - Chicago Sun-Times

Oh, so you also have looked into the charges filed agaisnt Blake for sexual assault and a couple of others charges and arrest warrants had been issued for Blake. Why does it seem that almost every time there is a shooting, the victim has a criminal record and often outstanding warrants. The victims also almost always resist arrest, fight with officers and fail to comply with police directives?
 
SUREsure, he palled around MOST of the day, and never asked who if anyone he was with? The guys was a proselytizer. He was selling his ethos. The kid knew.

My understanding based on the interview his attorney gave is that he went to Kenosha to perform duties as a life guard. After work he seems to have volunteered to help clean graffiti and a school. While cleaning graffiti he heard about someone asking for medical assistance during the protests. The group that was asking for people with medical experience were the ones that armed him as a precaution due to the potential for violence.
 
A hero, absolutely not. Defending one's self does not a hero make.

What he is however, is a shining example of why the right to bare arms is so very important. When you have democratic politicians who refuse to allow law enforcement to take the proper action to protect the safety and property of law abiding citizens from lawless thugs, the only recourse is for citizens to be able to take up arms and protect themselves, their families and their property.

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He was not a citizen of Kenosha defending himself or his family or his property. He was a teenager imported across state lines by his mother, bearing a semi-automatic weapon, there to cause trouble.

You think they wrote the 2nd Amendment so wannabe vigilante teenagers could take their guns out of state illegally and blow the heads off people?
 
He was not a citizen of Kenosha defending himself or his family or his property. He was a teenager imported across state lines by his mother, bearing a semi-automatic weapon, there to cause trouble.

You think they wrote the 2nd Amendment so wannabe vigilante teenagers could take their guns out of state illegally and blow the heads off people?

You realize that Kyle didn't bring a gun into Wisconsin, right? That he had crossed that state line countless times in the past, a right guaranteed by the Constitution?

Most of the rioters arrested weren't citizens of Kenosha, either.
 
You realize that Kyle didn't bring a gun into Wisconsin, right? That he had crossed that state line countless times in the past, a right guaranteed by the Constitution?

Most of the rioters arrested weren't citizens of Kenosha, either.

Did he borrow your gun when he crossed state lines?
 
He was not a citizen of Kenosha defending himself or his family or his property.

Now it's you who is making him out to be a hero... He volunteered to help a man protect his business without receiving or expecting any compensation.

He was a teenager imported across state lines by his mother, bearing a semi-automatic weapon, there to cause trouble.

He was driven to his job as a lifeguard, he was not driven there bearing any firearms, and there isn't any evidence, including any testimony, that he was there to cause trouble. He was there not only to help a man protect his business, he arrived with a first aid kit to administer treatment to any protesters who might be injured.

You think they wrote the 2nd Amendment so wannabe vigilante teenagers could take their guns out of state illegally and blow the heads off people?

There is no evidence he was there as a vigilante, he did not cross state lines with a firearm, and based on the video evidence and the eye witness account from a NY Times reporter, he was legally defending himself.

If you have any evidence what so ever that substantiates your assertions, I encourage you to present it.

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