OPINION: The Most Annoying Thing About the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
Liberals have already made up their mind on what the outcome should be in the case without actually looking at the evidence and taking into consideration the facts of the case.
It is absolutely clear to anyone with a bit of common sense that Kyle Rittenhouse acted purely out of fear for his life in self-defense.
He didn’t go hunting as the prosecution is trying to claim. He was defending property, offering help to others who needed it, and was confronted and attacked by others.
I know that the prosecution has a job to do, but for goodness sakes don’t be a complete scumbag.
One of the things that the prosecution kept trying to drill him on was why he was carrying a weapon if he didn’t expect to be attacked by anyone. This was one of the most annoying things that I’ve ever heard from an attorney in court.
It is simply an insurance policy. Most of you probably keep a firearm in your homes or conceal carry a pistol. Why? It’s not because you’re out hunting or because you expect to be attacked. You have them just in case you were to be attacked or need it.
Why do people have car insurance? Do they expect to get into a car accident? No, that’s stupid. They carry insurance just in case something happens. The same goes with homeowners insurance, life insurance, etc. I don’t expect to die young, but I’ve got life insurance just in case.
The other thing that Binger did that was similar to this was what he led with right away when he said to Rittenhouse, “Everyone you shot at that night you intended to kill. Correct?” Then he just drilling it over and over hoping to just get Rittenhouse to slip up.
Shooting at something or someone doesn’t automatically mean you’re trying to kill them. You’re shooting to stop the threat.
However, the prosecution apparently knows nothing about firearms, especially the soy boy Binger who pointed a gun at a courtroom full of people with his finger on the trigger.