No Evidence of 'White Supremacist' Leanings Presented in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

No Evidence of 'White Supremacist' Leanings Presented in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial


The defense rested its case in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday, after neither side presented any evidence of his “white supremacist” opinions or views, as the media and Democrats had initially claimed.

The prosecution in the case attempted to show that Rittenhouse had deliberately provoked the confrontations that led him to shoot several Black Lives Matter rioters, killing two and wounding one. But it never cited any racial bias by Rittenhouse — not even when Rittenhouse took the stand in his own defense, an extremely rare thing for a defendant to do in a murder case.

To the extent that it brought up political bias of any kind, it tried to do so in cross-examining defense witness

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