Pelosi questions level of Trump ‘responsibility’ for Kenosha shooting
“First, as you know, Jacob Blake was shot seven times for something, well, when you saw it, it didn’t seem as if there was any justification for it, especially in front of his children. So, that provoked a reaction, and then this person with a gun, semiautomatic, I understand, went and killed two people, injured another.”
“And what is the responsibility that the president needs to feel about what encouragement or whatever the word is that he may have given the comfort level for someone to do such a thing and be so brazen about is?” Pelosi continued.
“But the encouragement that the president, the acquiescence if not more than that, that he gives to vigilantes coming in to make matters worse in these situations is something the president should be quelling rather than encouraging.”