Al’s Article

By Al D’Angelo
Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts and anyone who followed the trail would agree with that verdict. The wrong person was put on trial. The political leadership of Kenosha should be tried for allow this unrest to continue unchecked and forcing people to protect their homes and businesses. The blood of those young men killed is on their heads for their failure to keep the people in Kenosha safe. This is what happens when lawlessness is ignored. This is what happens when The President of the United States and other politicians rush to judgment. These are the same people who swore to uphold the constitution (A man is innocent until proven guilty). They flamed the fires of hate and division and should be held accountable.  The media’s lack of honest reporting only leads to more unrest and dissention. Our former governor said – today’s verdict is a stain on the soul of America and our mayor called the verdict disgusting and said “we can’t let this go” {but the uptick in murders on our city streets: no comment) are finally on the same page but it’s the wrong page. Both condemned the verdict along with the NYS Attorney General Letticia James who said, “this is a dark day for our justice system”. It is a sad day when the chief law enforcement officials in our state denounce a verdict because it does not fit their political narrative. 12 brave jurors who were under extreme pressure did their due diligence and found the defendant not guilty on all charges. I guess that’s not good enough for New Yorks leadership, they wanted a 17-year-old to spend the rest of his life in jail for defending himself. The first victim Joseph Rosenbaum was charged by a grand jury with 11 counts of child molestation including anal rape of the children ranging in age from 9 to 11; The second victim Anthony Huber also has a long history of run-ins with the law ranging from disorderly conduct to battery, domestic abuse and use of a dangerous weapon. The third victim Gaige Grosskreutz, a member of the People’s Revolution, has convictions for burglary and carrying a loaded firearm while intoxicated. He also admitted in court that he pointed a gun at Rittenhouse before he was shot. I’m surprised we haven’t seen pictures of them in their communion suits. For those who feel voting is not important just look at the protesters who took to the streets to protest the court’s decision, they vote, you empower them to elect people who think like them by sitting home and not voting.
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