Watch LIVE

Kyle Rittenhouse now has a different career in mind because of 'corrupt piece of s**t prosecutors like Thomas Binger'

News
Image Source: YouTube screenshot

Kyle Rittenhouse — the 18-year-old recently acquitted of murder charges after shooting two men and wounding another in self-defense during Black Lives Matter riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year — has a new career in mind following his intense trial.

What happened?

Rittenhouse told BlazeTV hosts Elijah Schaffer and Sara Gonzales Monday that he no longer desires to pursue a career in nursing. Instead, he wants to become a lawyer.

“I want to be a lawyer,” he said when asked by Schaffer about his plans moving forward now that the trial has concluded and he is a free man. "Yeah, I want to go to law school.”

“Did you just decide that during the trial, or was that something you’ve always wanted to do?” Gonzales followed up.

“Toward the end of the trial," Rittenhouse replied. "I was like, I wanna go against corrupt piece of s**t prosecutors like Thomas Binger and put them in their place and make sure they never practice law again."

“I love that,” Gonzales responded.

Content warning: rough language

What else?

Rittenhouse has not been shy about expressing his disdain for Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger in the aftermath of the high-profile trial.

In an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson just days removed from his acquittal, the teenager characterized the lead prosecutor as a manipulative liar and a "corrupt person who just wants to make a name for himself and not look at the facts."

During the prosecution's closing arguments, Binger claimed, contrary to both state and federal law, that "you lose the right to self-defense when you're the one who brought the gun."

He later added, "You cannot claim self-defense against a danger you create. If you're the one threatening others, you lose the right to claim self-defense."

Anything else?

Elsewhere in the interview, Rittenhouse blasted LeBron James for questioning the genuineness of his emotions after he broke down in tears during the trial.

The teenager said that he used to be a fan of the basketball player and his team, the Los Angeles Lakers, but that all changed when he saw LeBron's insensitive tweet.

"I was a Lakers fan, too, before he said that," Rittenhouse revealed. "I was really pissed off when he said that because I liked LeBron. And then I'm like, you know what, f*** you, LeBron."

You can watch the full interview below.

Content warning: rough language

Chillin’ with That One Kid from Kenosha | Guests: Kyle Rittenhouse & Sara Gonzales | 12/6/21 youtu.be

Most recent
All Articles