“Justice with Judge Jeanine” host Jeanine Pirro stated Kyle Rittenhouse’s “not guilty” verdict “strengthened our elementary religion within the American prison justice system” in her opening monologue Saturday night time.
JEANINE PIRRO: This was a case of vigilantism and all of the damaging connotations that brings. To me, it was my wheelhouse underneath a microscope – the prison justice system overtly displayed earlier than a nation. This was greater than the case of a 17-year-old underneath indictment for capturing three individuals. At stake was whether or not the rule of legislation and the rule of self-defense was nonetheless viable and underneath what circumstances a person may legally defend himself. In brief, the case was a microcosm of the tensions that had been enjoying out in America. The president of the US referred to Kyle Rittenhouse as a “White supremacist.” The mainstream media demonized Kyle as a home terrorist, one who crossed state strains with an AR-15; a racist and an energetic shooter who was trying to kill. And at a time when chaos and anarchy appeared to rule our streets, when Black Lives Matter members may go about burning and tearing down companies with impunity, many people felt there was no justice available in America. When unusual, hardworking, taxpaying People watched Marxists, socialists and racists destroy our communities, we misplaced hope. Our nervousness was fueled by the mainstream media’s intent on mendacity in regards to the info, and a prosecutor whose personal case was contradicted by his very personal star witness and by exterior protesters inside listening to vary of jurors whose clear intent was to intimidate the jurors. The query was whether or not mob justice might be adopted by actual justice.
Kyle Rittenhouse’s “not responsible” verdict modified all that. Ultimately, America watched the prison justice system and 12 courageous jurors who acknowledged their duty and the oath they took. They based mostly their verdict on the legislation and the info. America breathed a sigh of aid as a result of Woman Justice was blind to the claims of the liars and the social justice warriors, and solely heard the info, the legislation, and the proof. Thank God the jurors had the braveness, the power, and the integrity to return a verdict according to the reality. And thank God that they strengthened our elementary religion within the American prison justice system.