Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Two Colleges Deny Kyle Rittenhouse Will Be A Student This Fall

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(Headline USATwo universities have released statements denying that Kyle Rittenhouse will be a student on their campus this fall.

Shortly after Rittenhouse announced earlier this week that he would be attending Texas A&M University, a school official released a statement saying that he had not been admitted and would not be a student. Rittenhouse then clarified that he plans to attend Blinn College in preparation of transferring to Texas A&M.

A Blinn official confirmed that Rittenhouse had applied, but could not confirm if he would be attending the school this fall.

“Kyle Rittenhouse has applied but not yet enrolled for any classes,” the official said.

Rittenhouse became a national figure after he shot and killed two rioters who were pursuing him in Kenosha, Wisconsin, during the summer of 2020. He was acquitted of all criminal charges last year after the jury ruled he acted in self-defense.

He has since announced his intention to sue multiple media outlets and public figures who he said defamed him throughout his trial.

“We’re going to make the media pay for what they did to me. They made it hard for me to live a normal life,” Rittenhouse told Fox News.

“I cannot go out in public. I can’t go to the store. It’s hard for me to go anywhere without security. Doing basic things like taking my dog to the dog park is difficult. They made it really difficult to be normal. They affected future job opportunities to me.”

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