Kyle Rittenhouse Crowdfund and Birth of a New Platform

Kyle Rittenhouse acted in self-defense when he shot three domestic terrorists in Kenosha, Wisconsin on August 25th. The next day he was charged with homicide in a politically motivated attack on our rights to defend life. In response, American Wolf created a campaign on several crowdfunding platforms. All the platforms shut down our campaign, even though we had not violated any terms of service. We managed to raise $74,000 in just 5 hours before our biggest fund from was removed. Over the next week, American Wolf was banned by virtually every crowdfunding platform and even banned by the credit-card processor

We were able to meet Kyle Rittenhouse’s mother Wendy and attorney John Pierce. To finalize the deal, we were able to write Kyle Rittenhouse a check for $55,000 after fees and refunds.

Thanks to these attacks, we are proud to announce our own new American Wolf crowdfund platform. This platform will be exclusive for individuals or groups who aim to further positive change and preserve American values. Our new platform can be found here at