Saturday night live opening this week with Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine, Yes Cecily Strong is inimitable as an unremarkable professional / Trump acolyte Jeanine Pirro. And the first item on the menu was the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, where the 18-year-old was acquitted of all charges after illegally using a firearm to kill two people in different states of mind. Black Lives Matter protesters demand Jacob Blake. , a Black man was shot seven times by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
“Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges. That lovely man went through his trial’s nightmare just for doing the bravest thing any American could do: guarding an empty old parking lot in someone else’s town,” he said. Pirro declared.
Then, Pirro brings up judge Bruce Schroeder (Mikey Day), who had a bizarre attitude toward Rittenhouse during the trial — including allowing the defendant to randomly select jurors from a shambles to he will feel “in control”—Raise eyebrows nationwide.
“Now, if I could say judge, judge, what makes me most excited is how you rule that courtroom with an iron fist. Let us know how you did! ‘ asked Piro.
“Well, that’s all standard procedure. That’s why I ordered that the prosecution not use the word ‘victims’, they are ‘rioters’; and they weren’t ‘shot’, they were ‘linked to each other.’ But that did not Schroeder replied.
“You said ‘my client.’ Did you mean ‘defendant?’ “Pirro asked.
After Judge Schroeder balked at the answer, Pirro invited in a pair of legal analysts – one from NPR, played by Chloe Fineman, and one from Howard University, played by Chris Redd. When she exclaimed shock After the ruling, exclaiming, “All we can hope for is that at this point, this will be the last call to change the system,” Redd rolled his eyes.
“And that call goes right to voicemail, and the mailbox is full,” he countered.
https://www.thedailybeast.com/snls-jeanine-pirro-celebrates-kyle-rittenhouse-verdict-with-judge-bruce-schroeder?source=articles&via=rss SNL’s Jeanine Pirro celebrates Kyle Rittenhouse’s sentencing with judge Bruce Schroeder