MATT WALSH (HOST): Yeah, we know that Kyle Rittenhouse shot three people. Guess what? Shooting people is not against the law. There's no law anywhere that says 'don't shoot people.' Killing people, also, isn't against the law. It depends on the reason and the motivation and the circumstance. Self-defense is legal everywhere. So the presumption -- if there's a presumption of innocence -- then the presumption has to be that it was self-defense. It's up to the prosecutor to prove otherwise. And they didn't.