Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse Case Roasts CNN ‘Legal Analysts’ for Having No Idea What They Are Talking About – Nwo Report

Source:  Bonchie  The contentious trial of Kyle Rittenhouse continued yesterday. RedState has extensively followed the case since the teenager was charged with murder after appearing to act in self-defense (see here, here, and here for more details). The shootings happened during the Black Lives Matter-fueled riots that occurred in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year. Since the trial began, the opinions have been flying on cable news among the “smart set.” You know, those legal analysts that are so brilliant that they comment on the law for leftwing hosts on CNN instead of…actually practicing it. For example, one instance that set off the talking heads involved a ruling in which the judge told the prosecution that they could not refer to those who Rittenhouse shot as “victims.” To normal people that makes total sense. To refer to them as victims is to prematurely pronounce Rittenhouse guilty. That didn’t stop CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin from calling the judge’s rulings “incomprehensible,” among other things, on air. Here’s a sampling of some of Toobin’s commentary per the Washington Examiner. “It is a very weird … ruling,” he said. “What’s very weird is allowing this extremely pejorative, assuming the conclusion, words of ‘rioters’ and ‘looters,’ which all in all should help Rittenhouse’s defense a great deal.” He added, “[It’s] a very troubling situation because, again, using [those words] suggests that Rittenhouse was justified in what he was doing, because these were bad people that he shot, they were committing crimes, they were out there looting, they were out there being arsonists, when that is very much in dispute in the trial. … what these people were doing.” Toobin noted for good measure that it’s not “the victims who are on trial here” but rather Rittenhouse.