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Kyle Rittenhouse announces video game where players shoot turkeys in "fake news"

Kyle Rittenhouse announced on Thursday the release of a new video game that allows you to shoot "Fake News Starkey". The proceeds will go to his ongoing efforts to sue the media. Defamation. After shooting and killing two men last yearand injuring a third in a 2020 protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin,

Rittenhouse is on Twitter and the game is his effort. Said that it was part of. Fight fake news.

"The media is nothing more than a flock of turkeys that pushes the lie agenda and does nothing but destroy the lives of innocent people," he said on his website. The $ 9.99 mentioned in the promotional video for the game sold at.

This game was created in collaboration with video game developer Mint Studio. "After seeing what happened to Kyle, he had to intervene to help Kyle," the CEO of Mentha Studio told the Washington Examiner.

The game player shoots turkeys, assuming a cartoon version of the Rittenhouse. This means "fake news" and "MSDNC", the right-wing monicas of MSNBC.

In the game's bizarre promotional video, Rittenhouse shoots the air with a nerf gun while a rap song that appears to be sung by Rittenhouse himself is playing.

Game revenues fund the efforts of Rittenhouse to sue the media for defamation.
The teen had shot and killed two men and wounded a third at a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 2020.

"This is a fake news Turkish suit. Laser gun Got it. Follow my suit. We are trying to bankrupt the fake news, "says the song.

Rittenhaus was 17 years old when he brought his semi-automatic rifle to Kenosha on August 25, 2020. He claims that the riot was an effort to protect the company as it struck a black man Jacob Blake's police shooting. He remained paralyzed from his waist down.

He shot Joseph Rosenbaum (36 years old) and Anthony Huber (26 years old) deadly, injured Gaiji Grosskreutz (27 years old), and insisted on self-defense. After more than three days of deliberation, a Wisconsin jury was acquitted on charges of attempted murder, attempted murder, and reckless danger.