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‘Joe Biden, you’re not coming for our guns!’

Kyle Rittenhouse Challenges Joe Biden to ‘Come and Take ‘Em’

'Woo, America! ... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Kyle Rittenhouse posted a viral video on his Twitter account, showing him emptying an automatic firearm at a shooting range and challenging President Joe Biden to “come and take ‘em.”

Rittenhouse has 417,000 Twitter followers, according to National File. He regularly uses his Twitter account to promote self-defense and 2nd Amendment rights, stating in one of his tweets that he is alive today because he was able to defend himself with a firearm.

Rittenhouse posted his shooting video in apparent response to Biden and Democrats trying to implement radical gun control and confiscate legally-owned guns from law-abiding citizens.

“Woo, America!” Rittenhouse yelled after he finished shooting.

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Rittenhouse then told Biden that the confiscator-in-chief is not going to take the guns of Americans.

“Joe Biden, you’re not coming for our guns!” he said while giving a thumbs up to the camera.

In addition to fighting for gun rights, Rittenhouse also continues to battle a rad-left media that continues to do everything possible to destroy his life, even after he was found not guilty by the court. He is reportedly preparing to file at least 10 lawsuits for defamation.

“In addition to his [Second] Amendment activism, Kyle Rittenhouse is fighting back against the left-wing, corporate media outlets and figures who have been widely accused of defaming him and attempting to destroy his life, launching outright character assassination campaigns against him in the run-up to his trial, and as it unfolded,” reported National File.

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“Rittenhouse has announced that he is filing lawsuits over their reckless disregard for the truth, and he is expected to win in court.”

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