Left-Wing Filmmaker Gets Triggered By Kyle Rittenhouse, Requests A ‘Warning’ Label on Anything Displaying Kyle’s Face

Left-wing documentary director Josh Fox says he’s triggered by anything displaying “Kyle Rittenhouse’s face” because the teenager has “murdered my brothers.”

Fox is the filmmaker behind the anti-fracking documentary called Gasland and also contributes to The Young Turks.

Taking to Twitter, Fox seemingly noticed a wave of pro-Rittenhouse memes.

“I need you all to start posting warnings on any post with Kyle Rittenhouse’s face on it,” Fox responded.

“The man murdered my brothers,” he added.

“I don’t wanna see his face. Stop posting his face.”

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“Remember this,” Fox also posted to Twitter using the hashtag “Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty.”

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“And he’s just like all the other murderous motherf***ers who founded this country,” Fox says, comparing Rittenhouse to America’s Founders who he calls “murderous.”

“He killed innocents,” the filmmaker pleaded. “He claimed to be fighting for America.”

“But what he was really doing was terrorism,” he concluded. “America is on trial with him.”

Rittenhouse is currently charged with one count of first-degree intentional homicide as well as other charges in the aftermath of riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Rittenhouse, who is 18 years old now, says he was defending himself from violent protesters during the three nights of riots.

The trial has become heavily politicized as leftists have been outspoken in support of the “Black Lives Matter” riots. Riots erupted after a police officer shot 29-year-old Jacob Blake.

Blake was armed with a knife and ignored orders from police officers. Blake had a warrant for his arrest for charges of third-degree sexual assault, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.