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RittenHouse Not guilty on all Charges

RittenHouse Not guilty on all Charges

Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager accused of shooting three people, and killing two during unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last summer was exonerated of all charges by a jury. Rittenhouse nearly passed out in relief.

Rittenhouse was being attacked from behind when he shot Gaige Grosskreutz, 27, as well as deceased Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26 in the riots following the police shooting of a 29-year-old Black man, Jacob Blake.

But if you are at all familiar with the law and the circumstances you would think this would be an easy victory. Rittenhouse was being chased by three men who were perceived as having the intent to kill him. Simple self defense.

But in this day and age, it is not so simple. Protests ensued outside the courthouse from anti-gun mobs. Do we not even find this unusual anymore? Mobs supporting Antifa and BLM have done a great deal of destruction in the last couple of years. They get a great deal of coverage, but none of them seem to go to jail for what they destroy. Businesses were boarded up in Kenosha.

The liberal media with its anti-gun mania garnering sympathy for the “victims” who, in actuality were the attackers. The media and political pressure to make an example of Rittenhouse were strong, the prosecutor pulled every trick in the book to convict him.

And that is my issue with this. Prosecutors have a great many tricks they can pull. One was piling on charges for carrying his AR-15. If the prosecutor had done any kind of homework, he would have known that this was not illegal. The prosecution also, despite video evidence to the contrary, attempted to portray Rittenhouse as an evil aggressor, provoking conflict (Rittenhouse was initially assaulted from behind, remember?).

The prosecutor at one point brandished the AR-15 like a terrorist, pointing it at the jury with his finger on the trigger. The judge almost declared a mistrial after the prosecutor asked the jury why Rittenhouse hired a lawyer and refused to speak to police after the incident. Does he not know that this is a basic right guaranteed by the Constitution, that you do not have to testify against yourself?

This was a political show. It could easily have ended in disaster.

This is the kind of political corruption we must fight in this country. It used to be that courts were rule by evidence. We have occasionally seen where courts were ruled by passion. This is bad enough.

This was an attempt to rule a court by MANUFACTURED passion and the threat of mob violence

Fortunately, it didn’t work.

This time.

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7 Comments

  1. Dan Tyree

    A great day for freedom and the 2nd amendment

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  2. Grover Allen

    The news is reporting that the democrats want to renew the debate on guns and armed defense due to the correct verdict in the Rittenhouse trial. If it were reversed and the thugs would have been successful in killing Kyle, not a damned word for killing our freedoms would have been uttered. Where’s the outrage over the ambush killings of police officers? Or destroying the property of people who hadn’t done anything to them? When the lowlife bastards set fires and burned cars and buildings they did it with no regard to public safety or whether people were inside the structures or vehicles. Stand up people. Never disarm. It’s only going to get worse. The others on this site seem to think that we should agree to be victimized. We have every right to defend ourselves. Kyle Rittenhouse. Just watch your back. And stay safe. The jury didn’t take this lightly. They took their time and researched the instructions and statuses and applied the law

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  3. Joseph S. Bruder

    Yes, a really great day… now a black guy with a constitutionally protected gun can walk into your favorite white supremacist Nazi bar, start a fight, and then start shooting to “defend” himself because his “life was in danger”. Maybe he doesn’t even have to start a fight, if he walks in and is surrounded by Nazis with guns. He just starts shooting first. Nazis are pretty slow to react (after all, they’re still living in the 1930’s). Have fun thinking about that in your favorite watering hole…

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    • Dan Tyree

      I wouldn’t know about that. To my knowledge I’ve never met a nazi and my favorite watering hole is my home. And yes, blacks have the same rights to self defense as anyone else. But you libturds like to twist the facts. Mr. Rittenhouse has already been tried and found not guilty. He doesn’t need me defending him. His lawyer did a great job. One of the punks that he shot was a convicted sex offender. Good job Kyle. Of course the left is made up of perverts

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      • LARRY HALL

        10-4..

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  4. Frank stetson

    Next.

    Let the civil suits fly.

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    • Dan Tyree

      Here’s some interesting facts. Kyle Rittenhouse is a supporter of BLM. He had family in Kenosha and was worried about their safety. He attacked no one. He was attacked. He wasn’t taking part in the lawlessness. So you commie moron trolls should get your facts straight

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