Hous Bin Pharteen Wrote:
> The Adjustment Bureau Wrote:
> > > This explains why all the Leftoids were so
> freaked out over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.
> They SO much wanted to paint him as a cold blooded
> murderer and not someone defending himself. They
> even wanted to go after the jury members if they
> voted the "wrong" way on a verdict.
> > Rittenhouse was not defending himself.
> Funny. The jury felt otherwise. Are you saying
> you're more intelligent than the twelve members of
> the jury? Are you saying you considered more of
> the evidence than they did? Check your arrogance.
Throughout America's history, juries have made bad decisions. [Railroad content coming up] For example, there have been cases where trespassers on railroads were struck and killed by trains and juries awarded large sums of money to relatives of the deceased. Do you agree with those juries' decisions? If not, then you agree that sometime juries make bad decisions.
The facts are clear. Rittenhouse lived in Antioch, Illinois. He obtained a firearm and traveled to Kenosha where he believed unrest would be occurring. Self-defence is not an applicable concept for this situation.
> > If he traveled from his hometown in Antioch, IL
> to Kenosha, WI experiencing intense conflict.
> Gee, what can happen when someone brings a firearm
> into place experiencing unrest?
> Where were you when he testified that his dad
> lives in Kenosha and he was frequently there since
> that's where his dad lives? He probably spends
> 50% of his time in Antioch and 50% of his time in
Nothing I read (and I read several articles, including one very detailed article, stated that his reason for traveling to Kenosha that night had anything to do with his father. In fact, you don't even state that either. The sources I read stated that he traveled to Kenosha to protect property with one source stating it was an automobile dealership.
"Intense conflict" as you say? You mean
> it wasn't "mostly peaceful" as CNN likes to
"As CNN likes to report." Did CNN claim that this specific event was "peaceful?" Anyway, I did not watch CNN to learn about the shooting of Jacob Blake, the protest which followed and Kyle Rittenhouse's actions.
> > If troublemakers entered his home and he
> brandished/and or used a firearm, THAT would be
> self defense.
> Not quite. The Leftoids are now trying to change
> legal interpretations so that you don't even have
> a right to defend yourself in your own home.
I am not concerned about what "leftoids" are trying or not trying to do. I stated an opinion as to when I consider a claim of self-defence to be legitimate.
> long-haired dude discusses that in this video. As
> he mentions, things are getting so twisted because
> of bleeding heart liberalism that there's nothing
> to stop thugs from robbing police stations. If
> they can rob a police station, they can most
> certainly rob your home while you're there.
I have better things to do with my time than watch videos.