WATCH: Chuck Todd HOLDS BACK TEARS Over Rittenhouse Verdict; Says Child Rapist Rosenbaum Was “Victim”

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The entire liberal media is melting down over the fact that Kyle Rittenhouse was found innocent of murder.

One particularly hilarious meltdown came from MSNBC’s Chuck Todd. In the moments after the verdict was announced, Todd spoke to his panel and began choking up at the fact that child rapist Joseph Rosenbaum is dead.

“I’m going to bring in David Henderson, civil rights attorney. David, if you’re the family of, of, the, the dead victims here,” he said while pausing, holding back his tears.

What’s your next….do you have another place to go? Where to Mr. Huber’s and Mr. Rosenbaum’s family go?” Todd asked.

Watch below:

While Chuck Todd and the liberal media mourn the death of a child rapist, Tucker Carlson had a different take earlier this week.

“The trial confirmed exactly what happened, and here are the facts about it. A convicted child rapist called Joseph Rosenbaum was released from a mental hospital and then went directly to join the mob that was burning downtown Kenosha. Once he got to the riot, Rosenbaum saw Kyle Rittenhouse and immediately threatened to kill him,” Tucker explained during the monologue.

“Rosenbaum then chased Rittenhouse and tried to pull the gun from his hands. When he did that, Kyle Rittenhouse shot him. So Joseph Rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch an unwilling minor,” Tucker hilariously said.

Watch below:

The left-wing media mourns child rapists while conservative media treats them like the criminals they are.

Take notes, folks.

This story syndicated with permission from Clayton Keirns – Trending Politics

Notice: This article may contain commentary that reflects the author's opinion.

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