Sharpton: Rittenhouse Case Means Right-Wingers Can Infiltrate Protests to 'Bait' People Like Him to Act Violently - He Didn't Trust Cops

Sharpton: Rittenhouse Case Means Right-Wingers Can Infiltrate Protests to 'Bait' People Like Him to Act Violently – He Didn't Trust Cops


On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Deadline: White House,” MSNBC host Rev. Al Sharpton argued that right-wingers “can put people in your protest to bait these kinds of interactions and a Kyle type can therefore then become a hero coming in with violence and solving a problem that was instigated by people that really wasn’t on your side.” And also stated that Rittenhouse “was the aggressor, looking to do something, apparently not trusting that law enforcement” could handle things.

Sharpton said, “[S]omething that was revealed, but has not been extensively covered is that they found that when there was some violence in Minneapolis after the killing of George Floyd, some of them were right-wingers that did it to make it look like some of the protesters

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