Kyle Rittenhouse made a move that has all hell breaking loose in the wake of RINO gun control cave-in

There are few greater threats to freedom than Red State Republicans who vote to send new members of the RINO Cave-in Caucus to Congress election after election.

While SCOTUS Justices acted with dignity this week, RINOs in Congress voted to cut freedom off at the knees.

And Kyle Rittenhouse made a move that has all hell breaking loose in the wake of the RINO gun control cave-in.

Kyle Rittenhouse announced a major move to get back at the Fake News media who smeared him.

And in the wake of the RINO Cave-in Caucus in Congress stabbing Conservatives in the back by joining Democrats to send their “Red Flag” gun confiscation bill to President Joe Biden’s desk on Friday, Rittenhouse’s announcement has all hell breaking loose in the media.

Rittenhouse introduced his own video game to help raise the money to bring the Fake News outlets to account in court. 

The Left-wing, corporate-controlled media has a bad habit of jumping to a conclusion before all the facts come in. 

That bad habit has led to the destruction of the reputation and lives of many innocent people. 

And that’s exactly what they tried to do to Rittenhouse when he was forced to defend his life with his firearm, while trying to help people during a Black Lives Matter riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

In the process of self-defense, Rittenhouse killed two white men and injured another. 

For that, he was immediately labeled a White Supremacist by the relic media outlets and on social media. 

Even after he was found not guilty, the personal attacks against Rittenhouse continued. 

Those attacks led to students protesting him attending Arizona State online, and some reports indicate are jeopardizing his acceptance at Texas A&M. 

But Kyle isn’t taking this lying down. 

He plans on taking several media outlets to court – suing for defamation. 

However, that’s an expensive endeavor. 

The video game is an idea to help pay for it.

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Turkey Shoot is a turkey hunting video game where players shoot “fake news” turkeys.

“The media has attacked me from day one, and now it’s my turn to fight back,” Rittenhouse said in the video unveiling the effort. 

The proceeds will go toward his lawsuits and to his recently launched Media Accountability Project organization. 

“We had to step in to help Kyle after we saw what was done to him,” said Mint Studios CEO Mint Chip, who developed the game. “Before the trial, you couldn’t even mention his name in a positive manner on social media without getting banned. The truth literally got you suspended. We fight for the truth.”

Players take on the role of a cartoon Kyle, shooting annoying Fake News turkeys out of the sky. 

It’s a race against the clock to see how many of these turkeys you can take down before the timer hits zero. 

The game will run off its website and is now available for preorder for just $9.99. 

It is scheduled for release this summer. 

According to the Washington Examiner, Mint and Rittenhouse are also exploring the prospects of bringing the game to mobile app stores.

In the meantime, don’t be surprised if someone tries to use John Cornyn’s new “Red Flag” law against Rittenhouses over the video game.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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