Watch: Media Driving Narrative Rittenhouse Is Guilty By Ignoring Facts & Not Following Up

Written By BlabberBuzz | Tuesday, 16 November 2021 08:30

The media is in the bag for the left which is out to hang Kyle Rittenhouse. Good Morning America dropped the ball when they hailed one of those who attacked the then 17-year-old on camera with a gun, and was responsible for seemingly blowing up the prosecutors case. The last day of the trial was the weirdest and it showed the desperation of the prosecutors to find a win somehow.

The odd and dramatic trial of Kyle Rittenhouse’s seemed to save the strangest day for the last. It is expected that today, as the jury begins to deliberate that they will return quickly. National Guard and state police are preparing for a repeat of last years' violent riots, and the prosecution was grasping at straws in the last ditch attempt to convince the jury Rittenhouse was guilty. The most vocal group is Black Lives Matter which somehow did not get the memo that Rittenhouse is white, as were all three of those he shot. The media is not focusing on this as well, contradicting their focus on race in nearly every national story about a black man who is shot by a white person.

The prosecution knows the trial did not go well, in fact in a strange move the prosecution asked the judge if they could add lesser charges, in an act of defeat knowing they will not be able to convict on Murder. The judge allowed it, however still the verdict is seen as not going in their favor even still.

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The prosecution was led by Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger who delivered closing arguments that seemingly went on forever and contained odd visuals and strange correlations that even members of the jury seemed amused if not confused by. Mark Richards, Rittenhouse's defense attorney went next and simply got to the point. The media edited all the weirdness from the Prosecutor and focused instead on the Black Lives Matter people waiting outside the courthouse talking about injustice even before a verdict is reached. It was as if they were prepping their audiences for an acquittal and the return to violent riots and looting that started this all.

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To the facts of the case, eighteen-year-old Rittenhouse is on trial for fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum, a 36-year-old pedophile who anally raped 5 children, had an open case for bail jumping and domestic battery. The second victim was Anthony Huber, 26, who has a long record for domestic abuse, some felonious, and most misdemeanors after the plea deals.

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The case fell apart under the testimony of the third victim, who survived. Gaige Grosskreutz, 27, who is seemingly part of a left-wing militia, was suspected in 'lurking' near a police parking lot while scoping out equipment to steal it is suspected, and of a firearm charge of discharging a firearm while intoxicated. During the riots, he had a gun, which alone is a violation of his penalties, and admitted on the stand that Rittenhouse only shot him once he pointed his gun at Rittenhouse. That admission sent the prosecuting attorney to Meme fame as he bowed his head knowing that Self-Defense was just proven.

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On Good Morning America, either a tone-deaf or complicit Michael Strahan interviewed Grosskreutz and said to him 'you can say anything here, this is not court' and proceeded to ask him if he had a gun, to which Grosskreutz said no. There was no follow-up from Strahan as to why Grosskreutz admitted in court that he had a gun, corroborated by an infamous video of him pointing the gun - a video Good Morning America neglected to show. In fact, Strahan made Grosskreutz out to be the victim, not the thug that he was that night with a history of Anti-American and criminal behavior. This display showed just how the media is helping to shape this narrative without using facts that are in front of everyone.

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The closing arguments were strange, here are a few of the most cringing moments from the last day.

At one point in his closing, Binger alarmingly picked up the AR-15 rifle that Rittenhouse had used and pointed the rifle at people in the courtroom with his finger on the trigger, imitating how Rittenhouse instigated the fatal shooting.

“That is what provokes this entire incident,” he said.

In another strange moment, Binger argued that Rittenhouse “brought a gun to a fistfight” by bringing the firearm to the protest, using an image from Patrick Swayze’s iconic 1989 film “Roadhouse.” The unique legal move was quickly ridiculed online.

“What you don’t do is you don’t bring a gun to a fistfight,” Binger said to the jury. “What the defendant wants you to believe is that because he’s the one who brought the gun, he gets to kill.”

Binger harshly mocked Rittenhouse for his “performance as a medic that night,” responding to a video taken that night in which Rittenhouse claimed he was an EMT.

“On one hand, he wrapped up an ankle and I believe helped someone put a bandaid on a cut on their hand,” he said. “On the other hand, he killed two people, blew off Gaige Grosskreutz’s arm, and put two more lives in jeopardy.

“So when we balance your role as a medic that night I don’t give you any credit.”

Rittenhouse’s defense attorney Mark Richards wrapped up the defense’s closing arguments on Monday boldly claiming that “Every person who was shot was attacking Kyle.”

“There was no threatening behavior that started this. Mr. Rosenbaum was hell-bent on causing trouble that night. He did what he did and he started this. There are tragic parts of it, but Kyle Rittenhouse’s behavior was protected under the law in the state of Wisconsin — the law of self-defense.”

“Hands and feet can cause great bodily harm,” he said.

Tomorrow names will be drawn to determine which 12 of the 18 jurors will deliberate and decide whether Rittenhouse is guilty or not.

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