Cleared Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse has started a YouTube channel devoted to guns and Second Amendment rights.

The teen who shot dead two people and injured another while defending himself during Black Lives Matter riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, started the channel on Sunday — quickly notching more than 34,000 subscribers.

“Hello! I am super excited to announce I will be starting a Youtube channel!” he wrote alongside a 35-second teaser in which he promised some “great content” to come.

“I look forward to creating content about guns and talking about the 2nd amendment with all of you!” wrote the now-19-year-old gun rights advocate.

“You might remember me as the kid who defended himself with a firearm during the 2020 riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin,” he wrote in the channel’s bio.

“Join me in my journey to learn everything I can about new and vintage firearms and help to defend the Second Amendment.”

Kyle Rittenhouse (R) with fellow YouTuber Brandon Herrera (L) in teaser for his new page.
The teen promised “great content … about guns” and the Second Amendment.

Kyle Rittenhouse (R) with fellow YouTuber Brandon Herrera (L) in teaser for his new page.
Rittenhouse wore a T-shirt with the logo “2nd that” in the teaser alongside YouTuber Brandon Herrera, aka the AK Guy.

Kyle Rittenhouse (R) with fellow YouTuber Brandon Herrera (L) in teaser for his new page.
“You might remember me as the kid who defended himself with a firearm during the 2020 riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin,” Rittenhouse wrote in his new channel’s bio.

In his first clip, he was joined by YouTuber Brandon Herrera, aka the AK Guy, who recently interviewed Rittenhouse, who introduced himself by saying his “pronouns are ‘Free Man.’”

“Thank you guys for continuing to support me, and I’ll see you guys in the videos to come,” he said at the end of his teaser, in which he wore a T-shirt with a picture of a rifle and the phrase “2nd that.”

Rittenhouse was just 17 when he brought a semi-automatic rifle as protection while working as a medic during riots that broke out in Kenosha after the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

Kyle Rittenhouse carrying a rifle at the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020.
Rittenhouse, who was just 17 at the time of the Kenosha riots, was cleared of all charges after a jury agreed he acted in self-defense.

Dramatic moment Rittenhouse shoots at people chasing him in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020.
He was cleared in part thanks to graphic video and photos that showed him being chased and attacked when he opened fire.

Rittenhouse cries while testifying at his trial.
The teen broke down when recalling fearing for his life when attacked and chased at the riots.

He was charged with homicide, attempted homicide and reckless endangerment in the deaths of Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, and the wounding of Gaige Grosskreutz, 27.

However, he was acquitted of all charges last November after evidence showed he was defending himself while being chased and attacked.



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