Ya' Gotta be Schmittin' Me Podcasts - It's a Mad, Mad, World

By Dan Schmitt | 

It might have been seen as a Greek tragedy, except that, unlike in Greek tragedies, the ending did not have to be a foregone conclusion. Rather, it was a prime example of how someone can do something so incredibly stupid, but that incredibly stupid something was protected by law.

That tragedy began on August 23rd of last year when Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, was shot by the Kenosha, Wisconsin police.  

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JJ said...

Innocent victims? You have got to be schmitten me! Joseph Rosenbaum was a convicted child molester that was there rioting, starting fires, and destroying property. He was also chasing after Rittenhouse threatening to kill him. He wasn't exactly a model citizen.

Anthony Huber was also a convicted felon with a long criminal history. He was there rioting and destroying property. He bashed Rittenhouse over the head with a skateboard. Come on man, do you really expect someone to sit there and let this guy bash his head in with a skateboard?

Gaige Grosskreutz may not have been a convicted felon, but he does have a criminal history. First he admits to pointing a gun at Rittenhouse and then turns around and denies it. He admitted that his concealed carry permit was expired, therefore making it illegal for him to be in possession of a gun that night.

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