Kyle Rittenhouse Marks Thanksgiving Promoting Violent Video Game Starring Himself
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Kyle Rittenhouse shared a video on Twitter on Thursday - Thanksgiving - promoting a video game in which a character based on him shoots turkeys symbolizing the "fake news" media.
Rittenhouse appears in the commercial for "Kyle Rittenhouse's Turkey Shoot" with the game's developer, Mint Chip.
In the promo, Rittenhouse claims the media ruined his life. He called for self-defense and was found not guilty after fatally shooting two unarmed racial justice protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 2020.
"When I saw how these fake news turkeys worked, I had to start coding right away," says the developer in the clip. "Players can play as Kyle Rittenhouse and use a highly specialized laser pistol to take down any turkey that spreads lies, propaganda or liberal prejudice."
"We don't cackle," concludes the programmer.
"Luckily," says Rittenhouse.
Rittenhouse has become something of a celebrity on the right since his acquittal, his meetings with former President Donald Trump and the faction in the Republican House of Representatives.
The game was originally released earlier this year to raise money for its legal fund.
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