More media personalities and new networks will find themselves in hot water if they don’t stop ridiculing Kyle Rittenhouse after the jury found him not guilty. If they don’t like it, they can leave. It is the United States of America, where we have trials by a jury of our peers. They don’t have to like it, of course, but they have the right to keep their mouth shut. Otherwise, they could end up in court for defamation.
Whoopi Goldberg said, “Even all the excuses in the world do not change the fact that three people got shot, two people were murdered. To me, it’s murder. I’m sorry.”
Rittenhouse didn’t murder anyone. He defended himself against attackers, some armed, some not. The unarmed man who was shot, Joseph Rosenbaum, tried to take Rittenhouse’s gun from him. Goldberg doesn’t want to note that fact.
What Goldberg said was an opinion. It’s not a fact that “it was murder.” It’s okay to have an idea, but that’s not Goldberg’s style.
The Democrat party in America is so against guns and an armed society that they have to make the Rittenhouse verdict about race. Nothing about the Rittenhouse trial was about race. The only man that Rittenhouse pointed his gun at and didn’t shoot was a Black American.
The man, identified later, kicked Rittenhouse, and when Rittenhouse pointed his gun at him, he backed away with his hands up. But this is about race.
There’s no healing a country under these conditions. If you want to cook rice, you have to heat water and allow it to boil. If cooked rice is unification and raw rice is chaos, the Democrat party refuses to heat the stove. They keep it cold for a reason. They keep telling people they’re going to turn the furnace on, but they never do. They may turn it from low to medium, but they quickly turn it back off after getting elected. It’s disgraceful.