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Kyle Rittenhouse Posts ‘Funny Video’ While Sarcastically Thanking ‘Joe Biden’ For High Gas Prices

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Kyle Rittenhouse posted a “funny video” yesterday in a tweet while sarcastically thanking “Joe Biden” for high gas prices.

The video has gone viral and has been viewed over 1 million times since he posted it, even getting the attention of liberal attorney Ron Filipkowski who was apparently confused by how it was produced.

In the tweet, Rittenhouse declared, “No, it’s not Lemon Heads.. it’s the burning hole in my pocket thanks to a Joe Biden presidency..” along with two laughing face emojis.

The video shows Rittenhouse when he was crying on the stand during his Kenosha trial and him appearing to be at a gas station preparing to put gas into a vehicle.

Rittenhouse then added, “Funny video by the mememaster known as @derfanzor” before correcting it to @drefanzor in another reply.

 

 

 

 

As for Filipkowski, in a now-deleted tweet, he suggested that the video was actually him “reenacting the crying incident during his trial.”

Filipkowski later realized his error and replied that it was a “meme created using footage from his trial” before deleting the whole thing.

Damin Toell shared screenshots of the tweets and noted in a tweet of his own which was retweeted by Rittenhouse, “When boomers learn how memes work.”

“Dude thought Rittenhouse actually filmed himself reenacting crying at a gas station lmfao,” Toell explained.

Toell also pointed out that many liberals came to condemn the tweet as he added in a reply, “Ron’s erroneous tweet has been amplified by many, including MSNBC host and legal analyst Katie Phang.”

 

 


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