In the early steps of Kyle Rittenhouse murder procedure, Judge Bruce Schroeder told the attorneys that the case would focus narrowly on facts and the law. “This is not a political trial,” he speak in September. “This will not be a political trial.” That obviously would never have been possible — especially not in the case of an armed minor who claimed to have helped protect private property during the civil rights protests. Racialist in a city he didn’t live in, shot dead two men and wounded a third day.
But Schroeder didn’t really warn the lawyers to leave politics at the door as much as he was warning them to leave of them door-to-door politics — the kind of politics that might consider the men Rittenhouse shot dead in Kenosha last year as “victim.” Indeed, a great deal of politics is allowed in the case, both inside and outside the courtroom: The Rittenhouse allowed to describe those killed as “rioters” and “plunderers”, jurors were encouraged to welcome a defense witness because he happened to be a veteran, and the teen’s mother appeared on Sean HannityFox News program to defend her son against the verdict. She also defended Schroeder in that interview: The judge was “very fair,” she speaks, and “no nonsense allowed” in the courtroom.
Schroeder’s court also apparently considered one type of politics neutral and another as “nonsense”, an example of bias in the legal system, of course. Critics lamented in the wake of Rittenhouse is acquitted. Emphasizing something that is not political in nature will not make it so. But Rittenhouse has continued to do so in media tour after trial. Talking to Ashleigh Banfield in a NewsNation interview Third, the 18-year-old said he doesn’t “want to get involved in politics” and his case concerns only the right to self-defense – “not where you fall, left or right.”
“I am not a righteous man,” Rittenhouse told Banfield. “I’m just a person being attacked and defended.”
But while he may not accept any Internship offer are from Matt Gaetz and other right-wing legislators are trying crazy together, Rittenhouse hasn’t really divorced politics in his case. Before talking to Banfield, he sat down to silly interview with Tucker Carlson, who had a crew get their hands on Rittenhouse and who defended him in court for an upcoming documentary on Fox Nation. And, after talking to Carlson, he and his mother went down to Mar-a-Lago to visit Donald Trump, who took one of his traditional thumbs up pictures with the smiling boy. (Strangely, the photo session took place in front of the former president’s meeting photo Kim Jong Un.) “Really a nice guy,” the former president said of Rittenhouse in one interview Tuesday with Hannity. “What he went through… it was misconduct by the prosecution.”
“Just left Mar-a-Lago a little while ago,” Trump said, describing Rittenhouse as a “fan.” “He should never have had to go through that,” the former president said. “It’s procedural misconduct and it’s happening across America right now with Democrats.”
Trump in 2020 description riots, which erupted from protests over the shooting Jacob Blake by a white police officer, is an “anti-American” act of “domestic terrorism.” You too protect the Rittenhouse at the time when disparaging violence in “Democratic Cities”. Last week, after Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts, Trump not only cheered the verdicts but also the teen’s actions: “If it’s not a right to self-defence, nothing is. are not!” I wrote.
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