Does Reasonable Doubt Not Exist Anymore?

Because it appears as though the court of public opinion is coming back in favor as a form of immediate conviction. At least that’s how it felt when the dumb female journalist with blond hair kept asking Spencer in his recent Periscope of the press conference to disavow the driver of the vehicle that hit the counter-protestors/Antifa rioters.

Then this…

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If the guy had been yelling Allahu Akbar, then I would have no problem jumping to conclusions. If he had blown himself up with a nail bomb, then I would have no problem jumping to conclusions. If he had pulled out a gun, then I would have no problem jumping to conclusions. But the very sudden desire for the public to convict the driver in the court of public opinion in this instance frightens me.

Of course, we don’t have all the information and we should wait for more. But as the MSM’s narrative continues to fall apart, we need to continue holding them accountable for knowingly putting people in danger with their lies.

When asking people to wait for more evidence is the radical opinion after reasonable doubt has been provided (and there wasn’t a suicide bombing involved to make things obvious), you know you’re living in scary times.

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