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American News Dec 2, 2021 12:38 AM EST

WATCH: Far-left students at ASU hold anti-Kyle Rittenhouse rally, accuse him of being 'white supremacist'

Students at Arizona State University staged a demonstration wherein they referred to Kyle Rittenhouse as a "white supremacist" and attacked his ancestry.

WATCH: Far-left students at ASU hold anti-Kyle Rittenhouse rally, accuse him of being 'white supremacist'
Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

Students at Arizona State University staged a demonstration wherein they referred to Kyle Rittenhouse as a "white supremacist" and attacked his ancestry.

On Wednesday, a group of far-left students at Arizona State University held an anti-Kyle Rittenhouse rally on campus. Standing upon a makeshift stage, one student spoke to the crowd via a microphone while others surrounded her.

"We wanna say Kyle Rittenhouse is not just any random killer," the student began. "He's a white supremacist killer, he is a vigilante." A loud laugh can be heard above the noise of the crowd.

The student then went on to attack Rittenhouse's ancestry. "He's a descendent of white Americans who killed black and brown people" who were "also acquitted of all charges." The crowd cheered.

"Kyle Rittenhouse didn't get a guilty verdict," the student continued, "because he was f*cking white!"

She then declared that she believes "ASU is a 'white supremacist university'."

Soon after, a chant of "Killer Kyle off our campus" broke out amongst the crowd.

Conservative counter-protestors soon arrived, holding signs for Arizona gubernatorial hopefully Kari Lake, chanting "Self Defense!" and "Innocent!"

The group of conservatives descended upon the anti-Kyle Rittenhouse rally and erupted into a chorus of "Let's Go Brandon."

The unrest follows a successful attempt by campus groups to bar Rittenhouse from studying at ASU. He had been registered as an online student.

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