Kyle Rittenhouse faces several charges, including first-degree murder, for shooting and killing two men and injuring a third in Kenosha, Wisc., in August during rioting in the city over the shooting of Jacob Blake. Rittenhouse was immediately branded a white supremacist: Rep. Ayanna Pressley called him a “white supremacist domestic terrorist,” and candidate Joe Biden during the debates asked President Trump if he was willing to denounce white supremacists like Kyle Rittenhouse.

People are angry this weekend to read in the Guardian that people are donating to “white supremacist” Rittenhouse’s legal defense fund. The Guardian named and shamed people who donated after Christian crowdfunding website GiveSendGo was breached by hackers.

The Guardian went ahead and traced email addresses and published names, like that of William Kelly, who is now under investigation by his police department after donating $25 and anonymously posting a message of support.

The story was promoted on Twitter’s news feed, even though Twitter blocked links to the Hunter Biden laptop story, claiming it violated their policy on hacked materials.

Fact-check: True.

Yep, O’Keefe was permanently banned following the drop of his damning exposé of CNN.

It’s kind of funny how Biden’s laptop was “hacked” by the guy he gave it to to recover the hard drive (which he doesn’t remember doing).

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