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‘I Can’t Even Look at It’: Joy Behar Reacts to Kyle Rittenhouse Breaking Down During Testimony

“The View” co-host Joy Behar called Kyle Rittenhouse’s stand-up break “an act” during her testimony.

While testifying Wednesday as two men died and another was injured, Rittenhouse began to cry and hyperventilate.

The shooting that killed Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, and also injured Gage Groskretz, followed riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin following the police shooting of Jacob Black.

On Thursday’s episode of “The View,” footage of the Rittenhouse demolition was shown.

At one point Rittenhouse testified that he was “trying to get to the police” on the street. When asked why he was trying to go to the police, Rittenhouse replied, “Because I didn’t do anything wrong. I defended myself.”

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Spring replied, “Oh, baloney.”

He explained, “The guy drove across state lines with an AR-15, his mom, and some other idiot in the car to protect himself from what? They were protesting in another state and He didn’t want to go there. Then he said self-defense. No.”

Spring continued, “A crying acting job? I can’t even watch it. It was one of the worst acting jobs I’ve ever seen.”

Watch part of the episode below:

As Rittenhouse continued to hurt, the judge called for a 10-minute recess.

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Spring wasn’t the only one mocked for Rittenhouse’s crying. LeBron James reacted to the footage on Twitter.


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“What tears???? I didn’t see one. Put it down man! That kid ate a few lemons before he got on the court,” James tweeted.

Additionally, “The View” co-host Ana Navarro tweeted her reaction, saying, “Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed 26-year-old Anthony Huber and 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum and wounded 27-year-old Gage Groskretz. ”

He added, “Imagine how much their loved ones cried, real grief and sorrow,…

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