Ethan Nordean was arrested for his alleged crimes in early February and indicted by a federal grand jury the following month.
"There is nothing in this evidence that would support that the shootings were race-based," Rittenhouse attorney Cory Chirafisi said. "We are hoping to try this case on the facts."
Among those who most trust Fox News, 69 percent said left-wing or liberal activists deserved the most blame.
"It is time for the Republican Party to denounce militia-ism," the GOP lawmaker urged.
Capitol Police say hundreds of extremists could attend Saturday's demonstration, but some prominent conspiracy theorists are telling their supporters to stay away.
Chapters of the far-right group have distanced themselves from those who posted extremist content around a University campus.
"Guns aren't just tools of intimidation and violence, they are often how extremist groups message and recruit," said Everytown for Gun Safety's Justin Wagner.
The mock hunting permit calling for the murder of refugees was one of around a dozen extremist materials found on the university grounds.
The appeal says the judge was biased because he attended the church Tarrio took a Black Lives Matter sign from before burning it.
Tarrio's message comes just two weeks after a court sentenced him to prison for tearing down a Black Lives Matter banner from a historic Black church in downtown Washington D.C. and bringing firearms to the Capitol.
Violence against members of the press is unacceptable, whether it's aimed at a perceived ally of one's movement, or an adversary.
The prominent Denver Metro Republican club said it will be keeping up the meme shared on their page, which also contains a quote from Candace Owens.
Seven Capitol Police officers filed a lawsuit against former President Donald Trump and members of the Proud Boys, and other extremist groups.
Enrique Tarrio said in court via teleconference that he was "profusely" sorry. At his last court appearance, he pleaded guilty but expressed no remorse.
Portland has been a center of violent clashes between the Proud Boys and antifa activists following the killing of George Floyd in May 2020.
Police officers arrested 65-year-old Dennis G. Anderson in connection with the shooting in downtown Oregon.
Tusitala "Tiny" Toese was among hundreds of protesters who clashed in downtown Portland on Sunday night.
Videos and photos shared to social media show the use of pepper spray, fireworks and other explosive devices.
The man eventually handed himself into police after allegedly threatening people with the gun for around 20 minutes.
"These are often loosely affiliated, individuals or sole actors, really motivated by false narratives and ideologies of hate and the like," Department of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas said.
Daniel Goodwyn's defense attorney told a judge that he cannot wear a mask because he is on the autism spectrum and it is "extraordinarily stressful" for him.
"There are thousands of people in the crowd and some just come up to you and say can I take a picture," Acevedo said.
Police on Saturday ordered the area around the business to be cleared and said that anyone remaining would be arrested.
Officers said a group of around 20 people dressed in Proud Boys attire and carrying sidearms, paintball guns and bats were seen outside a Planned Parenthood.
Photographs show participants wearing "Proud Boys" shirts and holding "PB" signs from their trucks.
Prosecutors allege Rittenhouse traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin to answer a call for paramilitary groups to protect businesses during a Black Lives Matter protest.
The Department of Justice has now charged current or former members of every branch of the armed services.
A similar incident occurred a night earlier in Boston.
Lawyer John Pierce, who also represented Kyle Rittenhouse, had announced the creation of the National Constitutional Law Union.
"We've been through the wringer. Any other group after January 6th would fall apart." Tarrio said about the Proud Boys.