Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights

Free Kyle Rittenhouse

November 12, 2021 Jeff Dowdle Episode 96
Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
Free Kyle Rittenhouse
Show Notes Transcript

Well, welcome to lift sheet podcast. My name is Jeff Dow and I've been a licensed firearms dealer for the last 14 years in this podcast. We're talking about all things really the second minute, as well as anything going on in everyday news, I might throw in a sports story or something going on in my personal life or a welcome, welcome. Welcome to this a wonderful Friday. Hopefully I'll get this podcast edited and put out today. We got our first basketball game for my son today. So. Baseball ended last weekend. Basketball starts today. He's been practicing. They've been practicing six 30 every week in the morning, even on Saturdays, but in a lot of work, you've been struggling with a little injury. We've been getting some physical therapy. So we'll see how he does tonight, but we're excited about it. So I say all that to say that I might not get it edited a lot going on today as well, but welcome, welcome. Welcome. This week we had the anniversary birthday of the Marines, so happy birthday to the Marine Corps. Then yesterday was veteran's day and you know, that's an amazing day where we can honor our veterans, those that have served and in my office, Kept finding out yesterday, several people that I ended up serving that I had had not, did not know, known them for years didn't know that they were in the Navy or the army. So it's, it's very interesting. So, you know, ask your F people, talk to them, find out their experiences. If they're willing to talk about it and still all the craziness going on in the world. And, you know, I don't know where it's going to end vaccine, man. You know, Biden doesn't seem to be understanding or hearing what the courts or the people are saying. I think he's just listening to CNN and MSNBC. One thing that I did want to talk about just real quickly here is the Kyle Rittenhouse trial that has been underway. Testimony has been going on this last week and I'll admit I didn't, I have not followed the, the written house case much from the time it happened up until now. Just I knew a little bit about it, but did not, you know, investigate in the details. At all, but as the testimony and the evidence is coming out, it is very clear that this young kid was acting in self-defense. I think, you know, he may have made a few poor choices along the line, but that ultimately doesn't change the fact that he went into an environment. It looks like he went into that environment with very good intentions of trying to help people provide medical aid. He was not going in Take down anybody or actively quelch any type of rebellion or insurrection is the keyword that we have today. It looks like he was just going there to help and got caught up in a very bad situation and was truly fearful for his life. If you listened to the test, And you watch some of the videos, they were actively pursuing him and attacking him. He really had no choice, but to fire. And when you do look at the evidence and the video he was very diligent and judicious about what he did. He did not point his gun at people. He did not threaten people. He did not recklessly fire in the crowds, as you may have heard from certain stories or, or just arbitrarily shoot people to me. Chase pursued knocked down, beaten, kicked in the head, hit with a skateboard, had guns pulled on him, had guns fired at him before he ever returned a shot. And he was very efficient, fired shot, unfortunately killed a couple people injured one. And, but I think that all the evidence suggests that he was acting in self defense. But if you listen to the mainstream media, you listened to LeBron James about. Fake tear, they crying. You know, I believe Calverton half extremely emotional. I can only imagine, you know, the kid is 18 years old. I have an 18 year old going to be about 19. And I can, I can't imagine what it would be like if he was going through something like this it would be horrible. And to be looking at, you know, potentially life in prison for, for something that, you know, really he was, he was out trying to help people and got in a bad area. And the crowd took over and, you know, he did what he had to do to survive. You know, ultimately when we use our weapons in self-defense, we do know that pulling that trigger does have consequences and we have to be willing to accept those consequences. And that, that is the truth of the matter. Whether you're defending your home, your family, your children, what might it be protecting yourself, pulling that trigger. You know, you're going to have. And you have to be willing to face it. I guess if you asked Kyle, if he would have rather been killed that evening or be facing this trial and potentially going to jail, I believe he would probably say that he would prefer to still be alive and facing the prop the possibility of trial. So he made a decision at that point in time that what he needed to do. I think it was a proper decision based on everything I've seen. But if you listen to the mainstream. That they are, have never presented the facts accurately. They have stereotyped him as a, a white supremacy president Biden called him a white supremacist without knowing any of the facts without ever meeting him. And that's the type of leader that we do have. And. This is a very heated case. We've got people threatening the jurors already. There, I'm sure there is a fear that if they jurors find him not guilty or do not give him the harshest penalty, that there's going to be riots in the streets being burned down. And I just hope people recognize that we have to first protect the law and justice and then deal with whatever the fallout is after that, because you cannot cower to people that are. Threatening you and trying to get you to act a certain way. The judge has been it's been great in this. He has really kept control of it. He has really gotten onto the prosecution about their way they're trying to manipulate things. And so I need, we need to give him kudos. And again, right now, our main problem is the mainstream. Not presenting the facts properly. So, you know, it is, I feel for the kid, if you want to support Kyle, you can go to a free Kyle usa.com, a free call, usa.org there's information. There's videos out there for it, and you can support his defense. His parents are spending every penny. They have to try and protect him. And this young man, I believe exercise his second amendment rights properly definitive himself, and should not be facing. Any type of punishment for this, you know, you look at all the events that have, he tried to even turn himself in and they wouldn't turn him in turn, you know, wouldn't take it until it. So he had to go find another police station. And then that led to the fact that he crossed state lines and that people will take that and, and they manipulate it and try and make it a federal case. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. It is just horrible, horrible, horrible. And again, I think the, you know, Charles getting close to wrapping up, so we might begin a verdict as soon as Monday, maybe. So hopefully you'll be able to listen to this podcast beforehand and find out what it is, but again Bleed in my heart that he is innocent, that he should be found in a sense that you can disagree with me. Send me an email. Let me know what your thoughts are. Do you see the evidence differently? I am just focusing on the evidence, not the narrative. So thank you for listening to this. You know, this is about the second amendment. Kyle Rittenhouse exercised his second amendment. He protected himself and that's what the second amendment is for. It's not for hunting. It's not for any of those things. It is for exactly what happened here, but the ability to protect yourself, In a dangerous situation. So thanks for listening to podcast, you know, share it with your friends, you know, give it five stars. If you'd like it, subscribe to it, do all those social media things that you do. And thank you and have a great one.