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Rittenhouse’s Legal Defense Team Launches Nonprofit to Help Americans Battle Cancel Culture

'To prevent their lives from being destroyed personally and professionally, they need help correcting false narratives and, in some cases, raising the funds for a legal defense... '

(Headline USA) Kyle Rittenhouse’s legal defense team launched a nonprofit organization this week aimed at helping Americans fight back against cancel culture.

The group, called Themis Alliance, said their work defending Rittenhouse against charges stemming from the 2020 riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin made it clear that the system is all too often rigged against ordinary Americans and conservatives. Rittenhouse, who was acquitted after being charged in the shooting of three men who pursued him, had to launch “at least a dozen online platforms just for trying to raise resources” for his defense, explained Adam Waldeck, a Themis Alliance board member.

“It just shows how aggressive and censorious so many of our institutions have become,” Waldeck said. “All too often it’s only happening to people thought to hold certain opinions or represent certain values. It’s deeply unfair and makes the pursuit of justice — which should be in the interest of every America — nearly impossible.”

Jillian Anderson, another board member of the newly launched group, also pointed out that Rittenhouse had to combat intense media scrutiny and criticism on top of everything else.

“Witnessing the media’s immense power, I was personally driven to support Kyle and his shattered family, victims of relentless smears by mainstream media,” Anderson said. “This experience led me to help create Themis Alliance, providing a voice and platform for those silenced by the woke mob and cancel culture. Together, we’ll empower the voiceless to reclaim their narratives.”

The Themis Alliance plans to offer both public relations and legal defense assistance to those targeted by cancel culture, according to Anderson. She hinted that one of the next victims the group might aim to help is U.S. Marine Corps veteran Daniel Penny, who was charged with second-degree manslaughter for the death of Jordan Neely in New York City.

“To prevent their lives from being destroyed personally and professionally, they need help correcting false narratives and, in some cases, raising the funds for a legal defense,” Anderson said. “That’s why Themis Alliance was created.”

Rittenhouse said he hopes the organization will help Americans who might experience similar hardships less “powerless.”

“I’m really encouraged by the launch of the Themis Alliance because regular, everyday Americans need a battle-tested ally willing to stand up for the truth,” he said.

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