Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Begins – Follow Along with Andrew Branca
Two weeks ago, I encouraged all our readers to follow Attorney Branca's analysis of Kyle Rittenhouse's self-defense trial.
I want to reiterate – this trial isn't important to us 2A defenders.
Understanding The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial is critically important.
We need to see the reality of Kyle's situation to dispel the propaganda sure to end up on CNN and other media outlets and better fight the fight before we end up on defense ourselves.
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Kyle Rittenhouse is a murderer plain and simple and he gives us law abiding gun owners a bad name and provides fodder for anti gun people to rally around. Simple as this. He had no right being where he was and his mother is an accomplice. She drove him across state lines with a weapon for the express intent of seeking a situation where he could act as a false agent of representing the law to which he was not qualified or invited. Had he not gone where he wasn’t wanted, he wouldn’t be in this situation. I hope the court makes an example of him and locks him up and throws away the key. We cannot afford to live in a lawless society. This is not a Marshall Law situation. We cannot allow the inmates to run the asylum.
So are we saying that all the “protestors” that were burning businesses there were wanted there and anyone wanting to try to defend these businesses shouldn’t have been there? Have you seen the videos? He appeared to have been retreating and was being chased by these so called protesters. From my understanding once he started retreating trying to leave he was no longer a aggressor hence the self defense. Also from what I had read previously he didn’t cross state lines with the weapon it was already in Wisconsin. I somewhat agree that he shouldn’t have been there but I wouldn’t put it that he went there to just kill people.
Who’s Marshall and tell me more about his Law.
Vernon are you special? This is America he has a right to be where ever he wants to be. Did the people looting and rioting have a right by Kyle didn’t? Did you even look into this case whatsoever or just watch a couple clips on CNN? Seriously man educate yourself before speaking out the side of your mouth. YOU GIVE LEGAL GUN OWNERS A BAD NAME.
Idk this kid just don’t look right I would of at least wanted a evaluation from the court he did kill two people.