WATCH: Kyle Rittenhouse Suffers Panic Attack As He Recalls Being Attacked During BLM Riots

For the past year, the liberal media has falsely smeared Kyle Rittenhouse as a “murderer” and a “white supremacist”. Now, he has finally gotten to tell his story in the court of law.

During his shocking testimony on Wednesday, Rittenhouse suffered a panic attack as he retold the events from last summer when Antifa thugs attacked him.

“I didn’t notice Mr. Rosenbaum until he came out from behind the car and ambushed me,” said Rittenhouse

“I continued walking, and then I noticed the Duramax, I noticed the backseat of the Duramax, and I stepped towards the Duramax, and, as I’m stepping forward, I believe his name is Joshua Ziminski, he steps towards me with a pistol,” Rittenhouse continued.

At that point, Rittenhouse added that he took “a step back,” and then attempted to “get out of that situation and go back north down Sheridan Road.”

Rittenhouse continued the story by saying that he wasn’t able to successfully leave the scene without an altercation. As we all saw by the video, the Antifa thugs gave him no choice but to fight back.

“Once I take that step back, I look over my shoulder, and Mr. Rosenbaum — Mr. Rosenbaum was not running from my right side, and I was cornered from in front of me with Mr. Ziminski, and there were…” Rittenhouse said while choking up.

“There were people right there — that’s when I run,” he continued. However, Rittenhouse was unable to finish as he was suffering a panic attack.

Watch below:

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This is still a developing case. Stay tuned for more…

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