Closing arguments at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse took place on Monday, and the prosecution and the defense presented their final pitches to the jury. The prosecution, in particular, seemed to have some of the more baffling arguments, from “everybody takes a beating sometime” to mocking Rittenhouse for defending himself.
Along the way, the prosecution attempted to portray those rioting in Kenosha that night as being a crowd that was “full of heroes”:
Binger describes the mob in Kenosha that was burning the city as a "crowd full of heroes" who tried to stop an "active shooter" in Kyle Rittenhouse.
Absolute insanity pic.twitter.com/w3VvusUaRP
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 15, 2021
Townhall Media reporter Julio Rosas was there that night, which makes him more than qualified to comment on Thomas Binger’s claim. Tucker Carlson asked Rosas about it on Fox News Monday night:
Lead Prosecutor Thomas Binger referred to the rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin as a "crowd full of heroes."@Julio_Rosas11 was there.
They were rioters, not heroes. pic.twitter.com/FIv5StQgWR
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 16, 2021
There’s been plenty of gaslighting lately.
Thomas Binger may go down in history as the best AR15 salesman ever https://t.co/YhLIgCOpuw
— Barry Land (@blgolfman) November 16, 2021