Kyle Rittenhouse Trolls Joe Biden With Epic Tweet


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Kyle Rittenhouse posted a video on Twitter taking a shot at both President Joe Biden and Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.

Rittenhouse took to Twitter on Friday to share a meme of himself crying during his trial back in November while he was holding a gas pump.

The meme not only took a jab at skyrocketing gas prices, but he also captioned the tweet with a reference to “Lemon Heads,” which is a shot at James.

“No, it’s not Lemon Heads.. it’s the burning hole in my pocket thanks to a Joe Biden presidency,” he wrote.

Rittenhouse was poking fun at a tweet James sent out last November, where he accused Rittenhouse of fake crying on the stand during his murder trial.

James accused Rittenhouse of eating some Lemon Heads “before walking in court,” implying he was not really emotional during his testimoney.

Below is James’ tweet from months ago.

Rittenhouse said during an interview in January that he is forming an organization to hold media and public figures accountable who he says defamed him before, during, and after his homicide trial in Kenosha, Wis., last fall.


Rittenhouse, who was found not guilty on charges he murdered two men during an August 2020 protest that turned into a riot, says he is planning to sue NBA great LeBron James after he allegedly defamed him on social media.

He also announced plans to sue several notable figures and media personalities.

After Rittenhouse was acquitted of the homicide charges, he fired back at James in December, noting that he used to be a fan of the NBA star.

“I liked LeBron,” Rittenhouse said on The BlazeTV’s “You Are Here” show. “And, then I’m like, ‘You know what, f— you, LeBron.’”

Rittenhouse hinted this week that there will be “some accountability” for those who slandered him during his trial.

During a site down with Daily Wire host Candace Owens, Rittenhouse spoke about his trial and what his future plans might be.

Rittenhouse began by speaking about his life before the trial and how he was just a “normal kid.”

“I was a lifeguard, I was a swim instructor, and I was a firefighter EMT cadet, and a police explorer, so I just wanted to help people before all this. And I still wanna help people,” he told Owens.

“It’s been hard” since the night of the attacks,” Rittenhouse told Owens, “definitely been waking up at night with cold sweats.” But at the time, he said, he “didn’t realize how big the case actually was until a few months later.”

“I was called a white supremacist, a vigilante, and those just aren’t true,” Rittenhouse said. “There’s going to be some accountability, Candace.”

The New York Post adds:

Rittenhouse announced the creation of The Media Accountability Project on Monday and said it’ll be used to fund legal battles against media organizations and A-listers who called him a “murderer” and spread “lies” about him before and after he was acquitted.  


“I don’t want to see anybody else have to deal with what I went through,” he told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, going on to say that he’s also looking “at quite a few politicians, celebrities, athletes,” noting as well that “Whoopi Goldberg’s on the list.”

“She called me a ‘murderer’ after I was acquitted by a jury of my peers. She went on to still say that,” he said. “And there’s others, don’t forget about Cenk [Uygur] from ‘The Young Turks.’ He called me a murderer before verdict and continues to call me a murderer.”

Carlson spoke to Rittenhouse in November following his not guilty verdict and asked him about alleged instances of defamation.

“So, I’m hoping one day there will be some, there’ll be accountability for their actions that they did,” Rittenhouse said.

“Okay, so you’re intent on not, you’re not gonna let that go?” Carlson pressed.


At another point in the interview, Carlson asked Rittenhouse about Joe Biden suggesting that he’s a white supremacist back in 2020.

“What did you make of the President of the United States calling you a white supremacist?” Carlson asked.

“Mr. President, if I could say one thing to you, I would urge you to go back and watch the trial, and understand the facts before you make a statement,” Rittenhouse said.

“That’s not a small thing to be called that,” Carlson responded.

Kyle responded: “No, it’s actual malice, defaming my character for him to say something like that.”

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