What Rittenhouse verdict means for gun rights, self-defense claims

Oath keepers
A man wearing an Oath Keepers shirt stands outside the Kenosha County Courthouse, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021 in Kenosha, Wis. Paul Sancya/Associated Press
Oath keepers
A man wearing an Oath Keepers shirt stands outside the Kenosha County Courthouse, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021 in Kenosha, Wis. Paul Sancya/Associated Press

What Rittenhouse verdict means for gun rights, self-defense claims

Kyle Rittenhouse took an AR-15 assault-style rifle across state lines and shot and killed two people, but a jury ruled that he was acting in self-defense and the verdict was “not guilty” on all charges.

Reset talks with a Second Amendment expert about what this says about gun rights in America and learns how right-wing extremist, vigilante and militia groups are responding to the verdict.

GUEST: Oren Segal, vice president of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center On Extremism