Prosecutor Calls Kenosha Rioters 'Crowd Full of Heroes' Who Tried to Stop 'Active Shooter' Rittenhouse

Prosecutor Calls Kenosha Rioters 'Crowd Full of Heroes' Who Tried to Stop 'Active Shooter' Rittenhouse


Rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August of 2020 destroyed the city’s downtown area.

Businesses were vandalized, innocent bystanders were victimized and large portions of the city went up in flames.

And yet, the lead prosecutor in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse — Thomas Binger — would like the world to believe that the criminals causing all of the mayhem that day were actually a crowd “full of heroes.”

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Rittenhouse is currently facing homicide and other charges related to the shooting of three men, two of them fatally, during the Kenosha riots.

Binger describes the mob in Kenosha that was burning the city as a “crowd full of heroes” who tried to stop an “active shooter” in Kyle Rittenhouse.

Absolute insanity pic.twitter.com/w3VvusUaRP

— Greg Price

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