Interrupting the Republican National Convention Wednesday night, CNN’s Van Jones suggested people should beat up a 17-year-old, who allegedly shot and killed two individuals early Wednesday morning during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Jones criticized the RNC for having Mark and Patricia McCloskey speak, noting their appearance was part of a greater problem that apparently seems to condone “pointing guns at people who are not armed.” He then turned his attention to the alleged 17-year-old shooter, claiming that it was “irresponsible” for him to have the weapon, seemingly equating the situation to the McCloskey’s.

On Thursday, Lin Wood, the famed attorney who successfully represented Covington Catholic’s Nick Sandmann in multiple lawsuits against the media, graciously and heroically offered to help Kyle Rittenhouse for free on Thursday morning after GoFundMe suspended his legal defense fund, as previously reported by 100% FED Up.

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“My prayer is that [Mike Pence] will try to bring us together. My prayer is that the left won’t beat this kid up because he likes Donald Trump. We should beat this kid up because he is doing irresponsible things and has been pulled into an irresponsible movement that the President needs to denounce,” Jones said.

Video footage appears to show the 17-year-old being chased by a group of individuals. At one point, it appears someone threw an object at the suspected shooter.

Moments later gunfire can be heard.

The video appears to show the suspect, dressed in a green shirt armed with a rifle, walk toward an individual who collapsed after being shot in the head. He then runs away from the scene past the cameraman. A voice in the video can be heard saying what sounds like “I just killed somebody.”

Another video then shows what appears to be the shooter running away while a group of individuals chase him. It appears somebody tries to tackle the shooter, who then fires his weapon multiple times. The shooter then walks toward oncoming police vehicles with his hands up, though it is unclear where he went after the video ended.

Riots began Sunday after police shot Jacob Blake multiple times in the back. Blake is alive and in stable condition. However, he is partially paralyzed, according to his father.

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