While the liberal media does everything in their power to prepare for a massive defamation lawsuit following the verdict, the Rittenhouse trial is now in its final stages as both sides made their arguments.
Throughout the trial, the so-called victims were exposed to be the instigators behind the shooting that left two dead and another one injured.
Not to mention, the judge presiding over the case ripped into the prosecution several times for trying to change the narrative. But through it, all, the moment that caught America was when Rittenhouse took the stand. Emotional, heartbreaking, and honest, Rittenhouse has nothing more to do than wait.
But online, footage continues to be uploaded, showing how Rittenhouse was and is innocent.
Objective reporting for the educated American.
Although there were several key moments in the case, one that stands out was when Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger suggested that Rittenhouse was pointing his weapon at one of the supposed victims.
But as the video featured below, shows – Rittenhouse wasn’t pointing his weapon, but his hand.
What is most important about the video above is not only does it show from the perspective of witnesses, but it also shows the angle that the FBI infrared camera had. From the perspective of the FBI camera, it shows that the object being pointed at one of the protesters is the same color as Rittenhouse, which is most likely not a weapon since it doesn’t give off the identical heat signatures as humans.
To add on top of that, the FBI had this footage in their possession for 14 months before they released it. And as for the HD video of the incident, sadly, the FBI claims they lost the high definition video that would have clearly shown Rittenhosue acting in self-defense.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 12, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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