Kyle Rittenhouse is funding his lawsuits against the media with a clever video game that takes direct aim at fake news and is sure to massively trigger those on the left.
The video was unveiled on Thursday and gloriously shows a cartoon version of Rittenhouse shooting wide-eyed “fake news turkeys.”
“The media is nothing but a bunch of turkeys with nothing better to do than push their lying agenda and destroy innocent people’s lives,” Rittenhouse proclaimed in a promotional video for the game. It’s appropriately named Kyle Rittenhouse’s Turkey Shoot.
Money raised from the game will go to the Media Accountability Project, which is an initiative working with Rittenhouse to file defamation lawsuits against numerous media outlets he believes defamed him with their coverage of his actions during the 2020 riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He worked with video game developer Mint Studios on the epic project.
I am releasing a video game to fight back against the fake news!
It’s called Kyle Rittenhouse's TURKEY SHOOT.
Go to https://t.co/0sMQGRY56t and pre-order the game now! pic.twitter.com/ugHLH5Unki
— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) June 23, 2022
“We had to step in to help Kyle after we saw what was done to him. Before the trial, you couldn’t even mention his name in a positive manner on social media without getting banned. The truth literally got you suspended. We fight for the truth,” Mint Chip, who is the CEO of Mint Studios told the Washington Examiner.
Our intrepid hero shoots mindless, moronic “fake news” turkeys as they roam an open, grassy terrain in the game. They bear slogans such as “fake news” and “MSDNC” painted on their chests. The game is timed as users rack up points by taking down turkeys.
Rittenhouse, getting into the spirit of the tongue-in-cheek game, promoted the video by brandishing a Nerf gun while imitating his cartoon character going on a turkey shoot. Rap music plays in the background, declaring, “We about to bankrupt the fake news.”
“The media has attacked me from day one, and now it’s my turn to fight back,” Rittenhouse stated in his interview with the media outlet. “That’s why I’ve decided to launch the Kyle Rittenhouse Turkey Shoot video game and partner with Mint Studios to create a fun and interactive way to get everyone involved in holding the media accountable.”
game of the year
— abb (@abb_abbabb_abb) June 23, 2022
The video surfaces at an opportune time as conservatives and Republicans fight to protect the Second Amendment. Many are using guns in ads to get their point across.
A jury in Wisconsin found Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges against him last November. Those charges spanned intentional homicide to recklessly endangering safety. He announced his collaboration with the Media Accountability Project in February.
“We’re going against the fake news turkeys but also going toe to toe with Big Tech for censoring the truth,” Rittenhouse asserted.
The video game is now available for preorder and costs $9.99. It is set to be released this summer. Users will be able to play it from the website according to a spokesperson. Mint and Rittenhouse are also exploring the possibility of bringing the game to mobile app stores.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 23, 2022
Louder with Crowder’s writer Brodigan loved the idea but had some suggestions.
“Unfortunately, it does not look like the turkeys are named after our favorite fake news personalities. No Gobbles Stelter or Whoopi Goldfowl. Also, due to Kyle’s young age, he wouldn’t know to recreate the WKRP Turkey Drop. Only, where you need to stop the White House from bombarding a MAGA rally with live turkeys,” he wrote.
(Video Credit: Epic Houston)
“Kyle Rittenhouse is hunting fake news in a video game. The kid’s got some stones. I’ll give him that,” he correctly noted.
Todd McMurtry, who represented Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann during his defamation cases that resulted in multiple monstrous settlements, has reportedly joined the Rittenhouse legal team, according to Fox News.
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