Opinion | Did the Rittenhouse case expose Democrats as too soft on crime? – The Washington Post

The rest of Maloney’s comment, however, was a thick gumbo of error: Blake was, in fact, armed during his confrontation with police, and he was not killed. Not even the “protests” could really be called “protests” by the time Rittenhouse got there; by then, it was more like a riot. Looting and rioting had prompted a curfew. The governor had deployed the National Guard to protect firefighters trying to put out blazes.

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