Marjorie Taylor Greene: Kyle Rittenhouse Deserves A Congressional Gold Medal

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No truer statement has ever been said.

Kyle Rittenhouse is an American hero who shot and killed a convicted pedophile and a domestic abuser. Their lives were not special, nor were they even worth the bullets he used to dispatch them.

Leftists everywhere are still scream-crying at the verdict, but it has to be said: not every life is precious, not all people are worth something, not all lives are equal.

The belief in any of the aforementioned things is a cheap myth they tell to a sheepish society in order to make them feel good about themselves, and to maintain control—only innocent life is worth your tears.

If Kyle Rittenhouse had shot and killed innocent people we would be having a different conversation right now, but he didn’t.

He shot people we can all quite frankly do without; people who should have been shot and killed for their previous crimes, but we are a soft society that seems to value any form of human life over virtue.

The criminals in Kenosha forfeit their lives the moment they took to looting and burning the property of good, innocent people—plain and simple.

He not only deserves a Congressional medal, but statues and plaques erected in his honor for protecting the life, liberty, and property of innocent, hard working, and good hearted Americans.

If he ran for President of The United States today, I would vote for him.

Take a look at Rep. Greene’s proposal:

 

The Post Millennial had the details of the proposal:

On Tuesday, Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene submitted House Resolution 6070: “To award a Congressional Gold Medal to Kyle H. Rittenhouse, who protected the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter (BLM) riot on August 25, 2020.”

 

According to Just The News, Congressman Matt Gaetz had this to say:

In response to Greene’s bill, a spokesperson for Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), who has offered Rittenhouse an internship with his office, told The Washington Post that “We are concerned that awarding Kyle with a Congressional Gold Medal will give him a big head during the internship with our office.”


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