The Independent Falsely Claims Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Three Black Men – Then Quietly Makes Correction without Editor’s Note


Kenosha teen Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts on Friday.

Rittenhouse shot three men, two fatally, in self-defense in August 2020 after a mob chased him down and tried to kill him.

Kyle Rittenhouse was called to defend property after BLM-Antifa terrorists spent two nights in a row burning businesses in Kenosha in response to an officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake, an armed black man.

Rittenhouse shot three white men, but the fake news media reported that he shot three black men.

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Even the British media lied about Rittenhouse.

“Full story: Teenager who shot three black men with rifle found not guilty on all charges,” the Independent wrote on its front page Friday.

The British outlet quietly made a correction without an editor’s note apologizing for the ‘error.’

A depressing example of how the British media misreported the Kyle Rittenhouse trial as badly as the US media. This is the @Independent‘s report on the verdict.

‘Teenager who shot three black men…’

— Stephen Daisley (@JournoStephen) November 19, 2021

The largest media outlets in Brazil also lied about Rittenhouse and claimed he killed black men.

The largest media outlets in Brazil this week had to retract their articles on the Rittenhouse case because they claimed it was a case of a white youth having shot and killed two black men. They got this from the US media, which deliberately cultivated this false narrative.

— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) November 19, 2021

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