Tulsi Gabbard Goes Against Dems, Celebrates Rittenhouse Verdict

Former congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard continues to go against the grain of the Democrat Party.

While most Democrats are calling the Rittenhouse verdict a travesty, Gabbard applauded the verdict.

Gabbard, after the verdict was issued, simply stated, “The jury got it right.”

Against the Grain

Anyone with common sense could see that Rittenhouse was acting in self-defense.

The narrative that since he came armed removes that defense is utterly ridiculous.

In reality, had the police not turned the city over to rioters, Rittenhouse and the rest of the members of the community that defended businesses from rioters would never have been needed.

To that point, after the verdict was released, Gabbard tweeted…

Gabbard has been very vocal on this case…

The outrage by most Democrats in this case is for one reason and one reason only… this verdict means people have a right to defend themselves and their property against rioters.

Source: Daily Caller

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