Kyle Rittenhouse verdict makes sense if you ignore biased trial coverage on MSNBC, CNN

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If Americans actually watched the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse and did not listen to the biased and hyperbolic coverage on MSNBC and CNN, they understood completely Friday’s “not guilty” verdicts on all criminal charges.  

The witnesses and videotape footage corroborated the account given by the accused when he took the stand and relived how he reasonably feared he was in imminent danger of death or grave bodily injury when he opened fire with his weapon.  

KYLE RITTENHOUSE FOUND NOT GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS IN KENOSHA TRIAL

Jurors did not believe the prosecution’s anemic argument that Rittenhouse provoked the encounters and forfeited his right to defend himself.  It was, in a word, a “crock.”  

Instead, what the jurors saw and heard was a 17-year old being targeted and hunted down by an angry crowd with the shout, “get him…kill him!” 

As he tried to escape, Rittenhouse was pelted with rocks, kicked in the head, attacked and assaulted.  One rioter threatened to kill him and grab his gun. Another tried to bludgeon him with a heavy skateboard.  Still another took aim at him with his loaded pistol. Only then did Rittenhouse exercise his right to defend himself.  

Prosecutors never had a legitimate homicide

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