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Biden suggests he disagrees with Rittenhouse verdict

Now imagine if Donald Trump “interfered” with the judicial system in this manner.

President Biden Friday issued a statement calling on protestors to remain peaceful. But he also indicated justice was not done.

Go figure.

“While the verdict in Kenosha will leave many Americans feeling angry and concerned, myself included, we must acknowledge that the jury has spoken,” Biden said in a statement following the Kyle Rittenhouse “not guilty” verdict. “I know that we’re not going to heal our country’s wounds overnight, but I remain steadfast in my commitment to do everything in my power to ensure that every American is treated equally, with fairness and dignity, under the law.”

Does that mean that Rittenhouse is an example of inequality in the justice system?

“I urge everyone to express their views peacefully, consistent with the rule of law. Violence and destruction of property have no place in our democracy,” he said.

Sure. Good luck with that.

3 thoughts on “Biden suggests he disagrees with Rittenhouse verdict”

  1. An hour before the above statement, he said, on the White House lawn: “I stand by what the jury has to say. The jury system works.”

    Then, an hour later, he’s “angry and concerned” about the process.

    Biden is not in charge of this administration.

  2. During all the “outrage” I haven’t heard anyone on the left complain about the looting and the burning of the cities!

    Besides all his statement does is embolden the crazies on the left protesting.

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