Rittenhouse Says the Protests Failed, He’ll Still be Going to ASU

Protesting students at ASU demanded that recently-acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse not be allowed to attend, using their numbers and widely reported on protesting in an attempt to bully the school’s administration into not letting a young man attend despite a court of law finding he did nothing wrong.



The administration, however, refused to back down, bravely saying it would treat his application as it would treat the application of any other student.

So, then the decision was left to Rittenhouse.

Would he withdraw for good, backing down to the demands of socialist students that hate him? Or would he show the same courage he did in the streets of Kenosha and attend, knowing that many students, such as the ones that chanted “let’s go Brandon” when their socialist peers rallied, would welcome him?

According to him, he’s still planning on attending.

That came out during an appearance on Blaze TV’s “You Are Here” podcast, during which he also said he’s going after vile prosecutors and blasted LeBron James for making fun of him.

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When asked where he plans on attending, Rittenhouse enthusiastically responded “ASU, Arizona State University — I’ll be there in the spring!

Sara Gonzalez, host of the podcast, responded by asking “Weren’t there people protesting that?,” to which Rittenhouse responded by saying “Yeah, but they failed.”

The young man, showing yet more grace in the face of hatred spewed his way from leftists, added that “Look, everybody has the right to protest, no matter how silly it is.

So, though Rittenhouse withdrew from ASU classes for this semester, he’s apparently re-enrolled for the spring and, according to his family’s spokesman, hopes to do so in person.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of GenZConservative.com. Follow me on Parler and Gettr.

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