Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby joined Chris Cuomo on his primetime CNN show Friday night – as the left was furiously digesting the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case – to argue why the public Prosecutors shouldn’t admit that one of the men Rittenhouse was shot at behaved in a violent, criminal manner that night.
Oh, and she also accused “this white boy,” Kyle Rittenhouse, pretending to show remorse in the stands.
You then. This is real life.
Rittenhouse is found innocent on all counts Friday, was charged with reckless murder and attempted murder in the shooting of three men, killing two, during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year.
Mosby wept mockingly. To her surprise, she did so by willingly mentioning that the first man Rittenhouse shot, Joseph Rosenbaum, was not only belligerently violent that night, but he used a racial slur before interacting with Rittenhouse. She pointed out that not only did she think it wasn’t a big deal, but it was wrong to bring this up in court in the first place. Rosenbaum, by the way, is also a convicted child sex offender.
Although Mosby doesn’t think his use of the N word or crime should be recognized by the prosecution, she does think that the color of Rittenhouse’s skin suggests that the sentence is a farce.
She also alleges Rittenhouse made an “incredible” display of emotion in the stands as the 18-year-old, who was 17 at the time of the shooting, burst into sobs while describing what happened.
“What I can tell you is that this ruling is not really surprising,” Mosby told Cuomo. “I mean, at the end of the day when we look at it from a legal perspective, we have this young white boy, who came onto the stage in a very depressed emotional state, they did the right thing. hey, that’s an effective defensive strategy, isn’t it? ”
Beyond parody: Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby asserted that Rittenhouse was racist but hastily dismissed Rosenbaum using the word N. She also argued that prosecutors shouldn’t have admitted it to jury, as well as his arson and threats that night. pic.twitter.com/RzUU5LQlyv
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“To make sure that these people, seven white women, four white men, one Hispanic man, will innately sympathize with this young white boy,” the defense argued. family, have no choice but to protect themselves from the scary. Black lives are worth it too Rioters and looters are trying to attack him,” she continued.
It was a scary thing for a state attorney to tell us what was in this young man’s heart and mind as he stood up.
This woman is the top prosecutor for the city of Baltimore, and she thinks she has the authority to determine whether the accused person is sincere when he shows evidence of the circumstances under which the defendant’s offense caused mental harm and suffering. god for him?
And more than that, she doubted that his feelings were sincere that should be taken into account when determining whether jury come to the correct conclusion about his innocence?
That’s not all. Mosby went on to argue essentially that the prosecution had to make sure to conceal the fact that Rosenbaum had engaged in criminal activity that night and used racial slander; In essence, she would have liked the prosecution to paint him as something he was not. But she points out that Rittenhouse, on the other hand, was only laid off because he was white.
This should warn and worry you, at best. Would you like to live in a country where the government’s opinion of whether you are genuine or not is considered in the testing process? I certainly don’t, and neither does anyone in this country, regardless of race, creed or political affiliation.
“I think the bigger question, just from the prosecutor’s perspective, Chris, what surprised me was the prosecutor’s approach, and not only criminalizing the crime but also criminalizing the first victim in the case. hey,” said Mosby.
“I don’t think it’s up to the prosecutor to tell jurors that this victim tilted her head on an empty potty, swung a leash, lit a metal trash can or used the N word and that’s disturbing. most of all, that if the victim were alive today he would be prosecuted for the crime arson,” she continued.
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“And so, while I can appreciate that the prosecutor has tried to emphasize that vigilance… execution is unacceptable, what I think he did inadvertently did is provide pricing. Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense claim, in my opinion, undermined the entire prosecution case based on the fact that Kyle Rittenhouse had provocateur, and have no right to defend themselves.
“Thus, by vilifying and criminalizing the deceased victim, the jury was able to unravel the offenses committed by the victim, who could not be present, and sympathize with the killer expressing his displeasure. regretting their witness,” she concluded triumphantly.
Bearing in mind, Mosby was willing to offer insight that the prosecution had pointed to Rosenbaum’s use of a racial slur, which only further undermined her argument that he was sympathetic according to any way.
She also tries to tie Rosenbaum to the entire cause of Black Lives Matter. Why?
This is perhaps the only way to politicize the Rittenhouse ruling in favor of the progressive left, which is why it is such a fragile case. If Rosenbaum wasn’t seen as sympathetic, they couldn’t make the Rittenhouse case for race and social justice, which it wasn’t.
Just like Mosby accused the prosecutor of doing, she unwittingly made her case weaker and even funnier by comparison, in addition to her very disdain for the merits of the system. the judiciary she herself serves.
Of course, nothing was more amusing than the reaction from Cuomo, who listened intently to her unsettling and outlandish comments, clearly sympathetic as she ignited hot flames at the verdict.
“You make a strong point,” said the presenter at the end of his remarks.
And that, my friends, everything goes wrong with the progressive left-wing media establishment in a single clip.
https://www.westernjournal.com/watch-cnn-guest-defends-rosenbaum-brushes-off-usage-n-word/ CNN guest defends Rosenbaum, removes his use of N-Word