Killings, Looting, and Destruction of Property in Kenosha Leave Biden Mostly Speechless as Trump Brings in the National Guard
Protests following the police shooting of a Black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin, continued for a third night Tuesday into Wednesday as police deployed tear gas, flashbangs, and rubber bullets upon protesters and erected a fence around the local courthouse.
Three people were shot during the protests overnight in Kenosha. And two of the victims died. President Donald Trump and Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers mobilized more members of the National Guard to Kenosha.
The alleged gunman has been identified as was arrested Wednesday in Antioch, Ilinois.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden remained in hiding and had nothing substanative to say about this latest crime scene. The riots in other cities, such as Portland, continue as well.