A father-daughter duo armed with AR-15s joined the crowds of demonstrators yesterday marching outside the Kenosha County Courthouse upon the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Dozens of people took to the streets in Wisconsin to protest against the choice to clear Rittenhouse, 18, of all charges, two counts of homicide, one count of attempted homicide for wounding a third man, and two counts of recklessly endangering safety, after he killed two White men and hurt a third last August throughout BLM demonstration - claiming he did so in self-defense. The verdict was delivered at the Kenosha courthouse on Friday after four days of deliberations by the jury - with Rittenhouse seen shivering as he fought back the tears. [tweet_embed] November 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] The demonstration was only one of many to occur across the U.S. over the weekend, with the police in Portland being forced to declare a riot after roughly 200 demonstrations turned violent, while looting broke out in Chicago and hundreds gathered outside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York City, to demonstrate. And in response to the decision - which has once again divided the country- angry protestors, some visibly armed with guns, took to the streets in Kenosha on Sunday outside the County Courthouse to show their own anger. Joining the crowds were Erick Jordan, 50, and his daughter Jade, 16, who announced they were patrolling the protest, of roughly 75 people, with weapons to defend the rioters. Speaking to the N.Y. Post, Jordan announced: "We just do security for different groups. We're doing a favor for them." [tweet_embed] November 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] He continued to say that he and his daughter had been invited by those who had made the march - which saw some people carrying signs which read "the whole system is guilty" and "cops and fascists give license to kill in the USA!." The 50-year-old announced that he had trained daughter Jade to use firearms from the age of four though that he had only allowed her to touch a weapon when she got to 14. The pair announced that they had been defending a restaurant and two parking lots in the area on the night that the Rittenhouse shootings occurred. And reflecting on the incident, Jade explained she "probably wouldn't have fired my weapon." [tweet_embed] November 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] Though the Jordan's weren't the only armed civilians patrolled the streets near the Wisconsin courthouse with guns in plain view. Across much of the country, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, either carried openly or legally covered. In places that still forbid such behavior, bans on the possession of guns in public could soon change if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down a New York law.