I watched the entire George Floyd trial when it was happening and I felt like there were a lot of testimonies from people that really didn’t impact the case at all.
In other words, it was just a lot of wasted time. I understand that everyone who was there should have their say and tell what they saw because you never know what little details they may reveal, but often times it didn’t really mean much to the case.
There are two high-profile trials going on right now: the trials of the three men who are being held responsible for the death of Ahmaud Arbery and the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse.
I think the Rittenhouse story is catching most people’s attention right now because it really has more implications on the future of our country. This case is going to be really critical for what constitutes as self-defense.
Obviously, the liberals want him to be convicted and accuse him of murder while the more sensible of us on the right recognize that he did everything right in protecting his own life.
I haven’t been watching this one as closely as I did the George Floyd trial, but I don’t even think that there is a need to anymore because one of the witnesses just put the whole thing to rest.
Gaige Grosskreutz was one of three people who Kyle Rittenhouse shot during the Black Lives Matter riots in Kenosha, WI. He testified in court today about what happened. Rittenhouse and his attorneys couldn’t have scripted a better response from Grosskreutz, who admitted that on August 25, 2020, he was pointing his gun at Rittenhouse before Rittenhouse shot him.
Corey Chirafisi, one of the lawyers on Rittenhouse’s defense team, asked Grosskreutz. “It wasn’t until you pointed your gun at him, advanced on him with your gun … that he fired, right?”
“Correct,” he replied.
Folks…that’s it. He just admitted that it wasn’t until he pointed his gun at Rittenhouse that he fired his weapon. That is self-defense. Case closed.