Kyle Rittenhouse’s mother described her reaction to the loss of her son, saying she was “heartbroken.”
In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday night, he told Wendy Rittenhouse, “I read people very well. I’ve done it my whole life and it’s a classic panic attack. Looks like what we’re witnessing. That’s your son.”
He asked her, “How did you feel?”
Wendy Rittenhouse responded, “I just broke up with Kyle crying like that. I was sad, sad, and I just wanted to go over there and hug him and tell him it’s going to be okay.”
Hannity also mentioned the prospect of then-candidate Joe Biden and “other elected officials, who don’t know anything about your son calling it white supremacy, I have yet to see any evidence of that.” See that he is such a person.”
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The Fox News host asked how it affected her and her son.
“I’m shocked. I was angry,” Wendy Rittenhouse added, “President Biden didn’t know my son. He’s not a white supremacist. He wasn’t racist and he did it for votes. And For a moment I was angry with him and what he did to my son, he was insulting him.”
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New Tonight: Wendy Rittenhouse, mother of #KyleRittenhouse Tells Fox. @seanhannity How did she feel when her son broke down on the stand, and what was she thinking? @POTUS Called Kyle “white supremacy.” pic.twitter.com/sUzrZHBR4a
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 12, 2021
Rittenhouse began hyperventilating on the stand while testifying about the deadly shooting during the unrest that erupted after the police shooting of Jacob Black in August 2020, IJR reported.
Some, including “The View” co-host Joy Behar and LeBron James, mocked her for her tears.
“The guy drove across state lines with an AR-15, his mom, and some other idiot in the car to defend himself with what? They were protesting in another state and he was going to go there. “Then he said in his defense, ‘No,'” Bihar said in an episode of the show on Thursday.
He continued, “A crying acting job? I can’t even watch it. It was one of the worst acting jobs I’ve ever seen.”
LeBron James tweeted, “What tears???? I didn’t see one. Leave it man!”
“The guy ate a few lemons before going to court,” he added.
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