Gaige Grosskreutz chased down Kyle Rittenhouse in Wisconsin last year and attempted to shoot him before Rittenhouse blew his bicep away. Why has Grosskreutz not been charged with attempting to kill Rittenhouse?
This past week we saw in the court case where Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with murder, that Rittenhouse was acting in self-defense. We also saw the case fall apart as one of Rittenhouse’s assailants admitted to pointing his guy at young Rittenhouse before he was shot.
Witness Gaige Grosskreutz Forced to Admit He Pointed Gun at Kyle Rittenhouse Before He Got His Arm Blown Off (VIDEO)
NBC portrays Grosskreutz as a “paramedic who was shot by Kyle Rittenhouse at a police brutality protest in August 2020”. But it’s unknown when was the last time Grosskreutz worked as a paramedic. We also know that this was not protest. Agitators like Grosskreutz were carrying guns and setting fires to the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin last year.
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What we do know is that this isn’t the first time Grosskreutz has played the victim related to this case. He went on CNN and did this last year.
22-Year-Old Who Had His Arm Partially Blown Off After Pointing a Gun at 17-Year-Old Kyle Rittenhouse’s Head Cries Victim to CNN
But what is not being reported by NBC and the Big Media is that Grosskreutz regretted not killing Rittenhouse and admitted this to his friend only days after the event. He also had a rap sheet so we wonder if Grosscreutz had a legal right to carry a gun.
Suspect Gaige Grosskreutz Who Has a Record, Carried a Gun and Regrets Not Shooting Kyle Rittenhouse, Runs Free in Wisconsin – How Come?
It’s time law enforcement in Racine stop playing politics and start enforcing the law against criminals and not individuals running for their lives from hoodlums trying to burn down the city.
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