Left-wing students at Arizona State University are fighting to get Kyle Rittenhouse fired from his studies – calling him a racist, “bloodthirsty killer”, even though the teenager was acquitted of all charges.
Four groups led by Students for Socialism are behind a meeting scheduled for Wednesday to start Rittenhouse, 18, who revealed he was an online student at Tucson School and would like to live a quiet life on campus.
“KILLS FROM CAMPUS,” sounds the flyer, which calls on the university to “protect students from a violent, bloodthirsty killer.”
ONE list of four requirements includes getting the 18-year-old released killer withdrawn from ASU, as well as the school “issuing a statement against white supremacy and racist killer Kyle Rittenhouse.”
It also calls for a multicultural center to be a safe space “from white supremacy.” The groups also want police funds to go to a multicultural center instead and to get one CAARE “healing” center.
The protest is also backed by Students for Justice in Palestine, Multicultural Solidarity Coalition and the Mexican-American student group MEChA de ASU.
The groups admit that Rittenhouse – who has said he supports Black Lives Matter – was acquitted of all charges of the triple shooting during riots last year in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The jury agreed that he had defended himself after being attacked.
But the groups reject it as evidence of a “defective ‘justice system'” – insisting, “Kyle Rittenhouse is still guilty of his victims and the families of these victims.”
A spokesman for ASU’s Students for Socialism told Fox News that they do not feel confident that a “mass shooter” will be “so carelessly allowed” at school, even if he appears to be just online.
The jury’s decision to clear Rittenhouse “effectively allows right-wing individuals to kill other individuals who are protesting against human rights,” the group claimed.
“Rittenhouse took the lives of innocent people with the intent to do so – by firing a shotgun at himself in a crowd of unarmed civilians. That is the textbook’s definition of intent,” the spokesman claimed.
“The decision taken by the court is one of thousands of cases that have been influenced by biased judges, predominantly white juries, and errors that are inherent in a justice system based on injustice to begin with,” he said. the spokesman.
Rittenhouse has insisted that his case “had nothing to do with race” but only “with the right to self-defense.” The three men he shot were all white.
He has also threatened legal action against those who still make such accusations against him, and has insisted that President Biden – who called the teenager a white supremacy – to slander him with “actual malice.”
Rittenhouse had said he was hoping to study either nursing or law at AYY in hopes of keeping a low profile.
ASU did not immediately respond to a request for comment early Monday.
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