Prosecutors are also calling for $200,000 bond for 18-year-old over allegations he failed to tell the courts where he's living.
In his video posted to Twitter, Evers also touched on how repealing the statewide mask mandate has been opposed by nearly 60 organizations and a majority of residents across the state.
Bring Ammo said that it would donate $5 from the sale of each shirt to the 18-year-old's defense fund.
The Patrick Marsh Middle School in Wisconsin said the assignment was meant to show students how "unjust" ancient laws were.
Rittenhouse was reportedly serenaded by men singing a song popular with the Proud Boys while in a Wisconsin bar.
Lori Anne Holton is accused of kidnapping and torturing a man last summer, according to police in West Salem, Wisconsin.
Johnson published his op-ed in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, whose editorial board previously called for his resignation in an op-ed published last week.
The defense team were responding to a motion to get the 18-year-old's bond changed after being accused of associating with the far-right group.
The double-murder suspect was also seen wearing a "free as f**k" T-shirt following his not guilty plea on January 5.
The 30-second ad, which was posted on YouTube and Twitter begins by showing the chaotic scenes captured during the Capitol riots, when supporters of President Donald Trump breached the building in protest of Congress certifying electoral votes.
The website of the St. Croix Republican Party called on people to "stand and be counted as a conservative warrior."
"How does shooting a human being in the back up close 7 times not warrant charges?" King wrote on Twitter.
Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, was shot multiple times in the back in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August.
Gaige Grosskreutz and the family of Anthony Huber both accuse law enforcement of "intentional acts of negligence" during August protest.
Some 57 vials of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine were left out overnight, leading to 500 vaccine doses being thrown away.
Conservative Supreme Court Justice Brian Hagedorn sided with liberal justices in throwing out Trump's fraud claims.
Mike Lindell claimed that if Trump declares martial law in the seven states, his campaign allies could take control of the state's ballots and, apparently, overturn the results of the election in the president's favor.
The teenager from Illinois faces homicide charges after two men were killed in protests in August in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The last wedding to be held in the chamber occurred on January 25. At least one Democratic lawmaker suggested that the ceremony highlighted Republican hypocrisy.
Brian Higgins argued that his extradition paperwork is invalid because it was signed by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who is the reported victim of the kidnapping plot.
"The Campaign is not entitled to relief," the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday.
"We're not a contractor Trump and his allies in the WIGOP can stiff," said Dane County Board Chair Analiese Eicher.
"In his reply brief, plaintiff 'asks that the Rule of Law' be followed," U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig wrote. "It has been."
Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr wrote Thursday that the claims in the Texas lawsuit were "impossible to ground in legal principles and unmanageable."
A spokesperson for Georgia's Republican attorney general said the Texas lawsuit is "constitutionally, legally and factually wrong."
"The unconstitutional actions and fraudulent votes in other states not only affect the citizens of those states, they affect the citizens of all states—of the entire United States," Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said.
Lawyer for 17-year-old, John M. Pierce, said he is stepping away after motion in court filed alleging financial difficulties.
The six charges facing the 17-year-old militia member include homicide and attempted homicide, for which he could face 24 or more years in prison.
The Trump campaign's lawsuit asked the consevative-controlled court to revoke the state's certification of the election and to throw out hundreds of thousands of ballots in two of Wisonsin's largest Democratic counties.