ST. LOUIS – We open this week’s Hancock and Kelley with a discussion about a trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin that has garnered worldwide attention. After four days of deliberations, a jury returned a “not guilty” verdict against Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot three people—fatally wounding two of them—during protests in 2020. Did the jury get this right?
Also on the show:
- The high cost of Thanksgiving has Republicans referring to inflation as the “Biden tax.”
- St. Louis Congresswoman Cori Bush says white supremacists opened fire at her and fellow demonstrators during the Ferguson protests.
- And is “cancel culture” to blame for recently scrapped plans for a political fundraiser in St. Charles featuring Donald Trump Jr.?