With the news just breaking today, a jury of 12 men and women found Kyle Rittenhouse NOT guilty on all charges related to the shooting in Kenosha.

But while he was found not guilty, the story of Rittenhouse is far from over as many predict a historic defamation lawsuit as every liberal outlet accused the teenager of being a fanatic Trump supporter to a domestic terrorist.

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No matter what they called him, he walked out of the courthouse a free man and one of the most dangerous weapons against the liberal narrative. 

While waiting almost four days for the verdict, the video below shows the exact moments Rittenhouse found out that he was not guilty of killing two people in self-defense.

Barely able to keep his emotions and balance, Rittenhouse collapses in his chair as the verdict is read, showing the immense pressure put on him this last year. 

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Although Americans weigh in on the verdict, the White House appears to be more worried about the fact that President Joe Biden will be undergoing a colonoscopy. During the routine procedure, Biden will be sedated, which means that Vice President Kamala Harris will be acting president for a short time.

The White House is adamant that the procedure is nothing to worry about, but Donald Trump Jr. believes that the president might not need a colonoscopy after the not guilty verdict. He tweeted, “The Rittenhouse jury just gave Biden his second colonoscopy of the day.”

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And while some might not see what the future holds for Rittenhouse, it should be noted that the Washington Post settled a $250 million lawsuit when they alleged that Nick Sandmann instigated a confrontation with a Native American.