Kyle Rittenhouse Finds Silver Lining, Reveals ‘Top 10 Things I Have Learned in Last 18 Months’

Kyle Rittenhouse is not letting the negatives he’s experienced in the last 18-months get him down and is, instead, focusing on the positives.

He is continuing to pressure Joe Biden on social media over the fact that the Democrat president refuses to meet or engage with him.

After all that he has been through, Rittenhouse will not be easy for Biden to ignore.

“Hey @JoeBiden, I am still waiting for that call back,” Rittenhouse said on Twitter.

During the 2020 election, Biden falsely smeared Rittenhouse as a “white supremacist.”

Rittenhouse has offered to have a sit down with Biden to discuss the smear but, so far, the president has refused to respond.

He also promoted his group, The Media Accountability Project, to keep the pressure on Biden.

The Media Accountability Project said:

“Thank God the justice system worked and Kyle was acquitted of all charges.

“@ThisIsKyleR offered to sit with President Biden and discuss the facts of the case.

“Kyle saw an opportunity to be the bigger man and help cool the temperature in America.

“Make no mistake, @POTUS weaponizing his false allegations into a campaign ad was an egregious violation of Kyle’s due process rights.

“No American, let alone a 17-year-old, should be used as political cannon fire before having their day in court.

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“That is the point @ThisIsKyleR was making.

“A candidate for the US presidency put his thumb on the scales of justice for political points by falsely claiming a US citizen was a white supremacist without a shred of evidence to support his claim.”

Rittenhouse then revealed that he has found a silver lining in his experiences:

So many people ask me if I have advice for others.

Honestly, I have learned so much in the last 18 months, but if I had to pick the top 10 things I have learned, this is it:

  • You are much stronger than you could possibly imagine.
  • Choose to surround yourself with the ones who will encourage you to succeed.
  • Always have an open mind open. Ask questions and seek out information that opposes your understanding of the world around you.
  • Be a leader, not a follower.
  • Stay true to who you are and understand that no matter how bad things may seem, you will get through it.
  • Own your mistakes. Learn from them and don’t repeat them.
  • Listen to the old farts. They tend to know what they’re talking about.
  • Treat everyone with the same respect you would want from them.
  • Don’t be afraid to fail. If you want something bad enough, don’t stop trying.
  • Strengthen your faith. You are never walking alone.
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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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