We commonly use victim to describe the person not in the wrong. Without bullshitting around, I think we can agree to that.Fine
Even if he is a rioter he's still very much a victim and should be recognized as such.
The attempt to only recognize him as a rioter and not a victim isWHITE SUPREMACY
The court case is to determine if Rittenhouse was in the wrong by shooting him. If it's determined to be self defense, they weren't victims. If it's not, they were victims.
And you still haven't looked into how common this "victim" thing is. You're letting the media think for you. If it's found he can't afford a lawyer and one is provided for him an article will come out saying "State of Wisconsin using taxpayer money to defend Rittenhouse" and you'll claim its an act of white supremacy, instead of thinking on your own and saying "that's a public defender".
Stop letting headlines and tweets tell you what to think instead of what to research.