Joy Behar sunk to a new low on The View when she went after a kid facing life in prison and the kid’s mother. Joy, like half of America who gets their propaganda from mainstream sources, had no idea how flimsy the case against Kyle really was.
Forget about what you think of him personally or about his decision to go there that fateful night, only a rotten human wishes life in prison for someone else. Unless it is a serial killer like Ted Bundy, most Americans, or we used to, didn’t wish anyone a fate like that.
During his testimony Rittenhouse said, “I didn’t do anything wrong. I was defending myself.” Joy Behar wasn’t buying it and said, “Oh, baloney. mean, from what I’m gleaning from this case, the guy goes across state lines with an AR-15, with his mother and some other idiot in the car to defend himself against what?
“They’re having a protest in another state, and he takes it upon himself to go there. Then he says it’s self-defense. The acting job of the crying, I can’t even look at it. That’s one of the worst acting jobs I’ve ever seen.”
Clearly, Joy did not watch the trial or even pay attention to the case based on that statement, so why would she opine about his guilt or innocence?
Co-host Sara Haines said, “This is the problem with self-deputizing regular citizens. If you want to defend something, you need to be trained, and you need to be in law enforcement or in the military.
“It’s not up to the average citizen to take it upon themselves to arm them with an AR-15 of all weapons and go somewhere where you know there’s a lot of people.
“That’s not going to end well.”
Behar took a shot at Kyle’s mom saying, “I have to correct something. The mother was not in the car with him.
“But she said I couldn’t be prouder of him. She is a real beauty too.”
KYLE RITTENHOUSE SAYS HE ACTED IN SELF-DEFENSE: After a high stakes day in court in the murder trial for Kyle Rittenhouse for the fatal shootings of Kenosha protesters, the co-hosts react to his testimony defending his actions. https://t.co/6EKSzdCEm0 pic.twitter.com/Xvh4eH7M5X
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