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PolitiFact and Facebook are slammed for wrongly claiming that Rittenhouse couldn’t legally carry his AR-15

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‘Who’s Checking The Fact Checkers?’ The judge ordered the jury to ignore everyone’s opinion including that of President Joe Biden, who called the teen a white supremacist

By JENNIFER SMITH

CHIEF REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PolitiFact and Facebook have been slammed for an August 2020 ‘fact check’ that claimed it was false to say it was ‘perfectly legal’ for Kyle Rittenhouse to carry his AR-15 rifle at the Kenosha riot, after a judge tossed out his firearms possession charge on Monday.

The judge in the Rittenhouse case yesterday threw out the gun possession charge, ruling that the law is written in such a confusing way that it allows for the interpretation that 17-year-olds can carry guns if those gun barrels are shorter than 16 inches.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10208419/PolitiFact-slammed-fact-check-said-Kyle-Rittenhouse-illegally-owned-AR-15.html

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