Get Rittenhouse! By Ann Coulter

The men Kyle Rittenhouse shot were all convicted felons, but the sleazy prosecutor made them out to be saints. From Ann Coulter at townhall.com:

Get Rittenhouse!

Source: Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News via AP, Pool

Editor’s note: This column contains graphic language.

In his prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse, Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger drew so many well-earned rebukes from the judge that some speculated he was intentionally going for a mistrial.

Nope. He was fighting like a banshee. He just has a really bad case.

Of course, it was his own decision to charge the then-17-year-old Rittenhouse with murder for shooting three psychopathic criminals who were attacking him at the BLM/antifa riots in Kenosha last year. (That, by the way, is a more accurate summary of the evidence than anything Binger said.)

In his closing argument, Binger decided to ignore his loser case and argue an entirely different case, for which no evidence had been adduced. Binger posited that Rittenhouse was an “active shooter” — like at Sandy Hook Elementary or Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Forget that Rittenhouse was not at a grade school, but in the middle of a riot that did $50 million in damage to the town of Kenosha. Forget that rioters were beating up random people they encountered, including a 71-year-old man protecting a mattress store from being looted, who had his jaw and nose broken by a water bottle filled with concrete — hurled by “unarmed” protesters.

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