Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse sat down with Tucker Carlson to talk about his list of people he plans to sue for what he describes as "lies" told about him after his acquittal, such as Whoopi Goldberg and Cenk Uygur from the Young Turks.
To the casual listener, there might be nothing wrong with this conversation. But therein lies the problem with it. Normalizing talking points meant to undermine advancement while engaging in intellectually dishonest commentary only emboldens groups who deal in dishonesty.
On a recent episode of "The View" Goldberg suggested Trump's freedom could be numbered due to an ongoing investigation led by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
It was a moment to remember.
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