In Kenosha, The Seeds of Civil War

Scott McKay, The American Spectator

The real question is whether the People’s Revolution Movement are put off by the idea they’re doing damage to Joe Biden’s campaign hopes. I think the genie is out of the bottle. And I think unless the political class in states like Wisconsin, Oregon, Washington, New York, Minnesota, and elsewhere finally wakes up, the sad fact is it could well require thousands or even millions of Kyle Rittenhouses to put out the fires raging along Lake Michigan and elsewhere. And that’s an even larger problem than what happens on November 3. For both sides.

What We Know So Far About The Kyle Rittenhouse Case

Kyle Rittenhouse, the young man who stepped up to take the place of the Kenosha, Wisconsin police department, has now been charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the fatal shootings that took place during the second night of looting and arson in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Yet many questions remain unanswered about the confrontations that left two rioters with extensive criminal records dead and a third, who was armed, wounded.