I don't think YOU know what you're thinking half the time!<quoted text>do NOT delude yourself into imagining you have the first clue what I "think" or believe regarding gun issues. You do NOT.
You cause me to LMAO at you and your assumptions and imaginings. Guess when that's all ya got, that's what ya do.
And yes, sure I've had to listen to closings before, that was my point. The attorneys typically make a CLEAR concise point of some kind and can and do show some sort of proof. Thats their job. And mine to listen. But, The prosecutor had zero proof to show which is why he was ranting on and on and on repeating innuendo, lies, assumptions, imaginings, guesswork and possibilities.
When you do NOT have any way to prove your case, you should not tick off the jury by basically badgering them into your way of twisted thinking. Hoping that IF you say it often enough, over again enough,(even though you have zero to show your cause or proof) that just repeating what youd like it to be somehow makes it so. Jurors do not like that. I do not like that.
And time and time again, I have seen it work against an attorney to act this way. Your side has an idiot in charge of things.