“I Can’t Believe The Things You’re Saying:” Judge in Rittenhouse Trial Rebukes Prosecutor for Excusing Rioter’s Arson
A judge overseeing pre-trial motions in Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial rebuked a prosecutor who sought to defend convicted pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum on Tuesday, expressing disbelief that the state minimized Mr. Rosenbaum’s involvement in arson before attacking Rittenhouse and being shot.
During the Rittenhouse motions today the State was ridiculed by the judge for saying “all we are talking about here is arson” to which the judge responded “I can’t believe some of the things you’re saying.. come on!” pic.twitter.com/3fVqKxlBUD
— John Curtis (@Johnmcurtis) October 25, 2021
Judge Bruce Schroeder didn’t take kindly to the spin practiced by Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger. “I can’t believe what you’re saying… Come on!”
The same prosecutor later admitted that Rosenbaum attacked Rittenhouse following a spree of riotous behavior. Big League Politics exposed Rosebaum’s child sex crimes convictions in Arizona, with the troubled man having walked to downtown Kenosha unable to obtain psychological medication he had been prescribed.
WATCH: Kyle Rittenhouse’s prosecutor just screwed up and admitted the mob member who was shot started the fight
This case is not going very well for them pic.twitter.com/3Pb0te9Xj2
— Jack Posobiec ???????? (@JackPosobiec) October 26, 2021
The state was also forbidden from referring to Rosenbaum, Gage Grosskreutz and Anthony Huber- the men shot after attacking Rittenhouse- as ‘victims’ during trial proceedings. Prosecutors also sought to block a self-defense expert from testifying as to his interpretation of events in the summer 2020 riot that led to the shooting, but Rittenhouse defense and the state were able to come to a deal that permitted John Black to testify on an accepted set of topics. Mr. Black has previously called Rittenhouse’s use of force to defend himself from three different armed attackers “reasonable.”
The defense was authorized to refer to Grosskreutz, Rosenbaum and Huber as “rioters, looters and arsonists,” with criminal activity in downtown Kenosha that evening well-documented.
The developments may suggest that the state of Wisconsin will face a tougher battle than they anticipated in convicting Rittenhouse, whose arguments of self-defense are strong and well-documented. Rittenhouse’s trial is slated to begin next week.
Support Big League Politics by making a donation today. You can also donate via PayPal, Venmo or donate crypto. Your support helps us take on the powerful and report the truth that the mainstream media wants to silence.