Kyle Rittenhouse’s mother Wendy Rittenhouse informed Fox News on Sunday that there isn’t any “winning or losing” within the wake of her son’s acquittal within the homicide trial that gripped the nation for the previous two weeks.

Wendy’s 18-year-old son was on trial for first-degree intentional murder, two counts of first-degree intentional murder and two counts of first-degree reckless endangerment after capturing and killing two males and wounding one other throughout riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin in August 2020 following the police capturing of Jacob Blake. 

His critics largely convicted him as a assassin, whereas the defendant and his authorized group argued Kyle had been performing in self-defense. The jury discovered him not responsible on all costs Friday.

“It’s not about winning or losing,” Wendy informed Fox News correspondent Alexis McAdams. “There were two people that did pass away and families have grieved.”

“He does have remorse,” she stated of her son, later including, “He would have never went down there if this would have ever happened again. He would never.”

Kyle Rittenhouse’s mother Wendy Rittenhouse reacts to the decision throughout her son’s trial on the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., November 19, 2021.
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Asked what’s subsequent for Kyle now that he is a free man, Wendy stated he desires to go to highschool, to play together with his canine, and simply be a “normal kid.” She stated it is “going to be different for him” as a result of there are going to be individuals out there who “want to hurt him.”

Rittenhouse was enrolled in Arizona State University previous to the trial.

Rittenhouse household spokesman David Hancock stated outdoors the Kenosha courthouse on Friday that they plan to do “whatever it takes” to guard {the teenager}. He blasted critics who condemned Rittenhouse earlier than the protection even started their presentation.

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Liberal media pundits and politicians did not cover their disappointment within the verdict. MSNBC host Tiffany Cross known as Rittenhouse “this little murderous White supremacist,” whereas her colleague Joy Reid accused him of benefitting from “White, male tears.” As the trial obtained underway earlier this month, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., instructed the court docket to, “Lock up Kyle Rittenhouse and throw away the key.”

Rittenhouse’s critics, Hancock argued, “didn’t want to admit the facts.”

“He was dealt a lot of crappy cards and he stayed strong and his family stayed strong,” Hancock stated. “There were ups and downs and finally, after all this time, he’s a free man.”