February 12, 2020
It’s been a tough week for the Smollett family. Jurnee’s film Birds of Prey bombed at the box office, and her brother Jussie was indicted for lying to the police about a hate crime hoax he was caught staging but which he maintains was real in his mind.
Just as the Smollett family got the double whammy this week, so too do all Jewish negroes get the double whammy of pure double-hatred.
In a story FOX 32 News broke first, former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was indicted Tuesday in Chicago by special prosecutor Dan Webb, stemming from the alleged racist and anti-gay attack on him that occurred in January of 2019.
Smollett is due in court February 24 at the Criminal Court Building at 26th and California. Webb said in a statement that Smollett faces six felony counts of disorderly conduct, charges that stem from four separate false reports that he gave to police in which he contended he was a victim of a hate crime “knowing that he was not the victim of a crime.”
These racist and anti-Semitic police are ignoring the fact that due to genetically inherited oppression from both the Holocaust AND slavery, Smollett lives his entire existence in a totally paranoid state, believing oppression is happening to him constantly, and even believing that events that he staged were real hate crimes.
This sickening, vile reported attack on @EmpireFOX star @JussieSmollett is a disturbing reminder of the terrible homophobia & racism that plagues society. We stand with you, Jussie and will never stop fighting against this kind of hateful violence. https://t.co/kMROwpmKao
— ADL (@ADL) January 29, 2019
What difference does it even make if it was a hoax that he staged himself? His lived experience was that it was real, and we need to do away with white man’s law, and start making laws that are based on the feelings of non-whites.
We need to listen to oppressed Jewish movie actors.
The statement immediately raised questions about county prosecutors’ decision to drop the charges last year and made it clear that those prosecutors had not adequately explained to special prosecutors why they did so. But Webb stressed that he had reached no conclusions about whether anyone involved in the case had engaged in any wrongdoing.
“Dan K. Webb, special prosecutor for Cook County, today announced that the Office of the Special Prosecutor (“OSP”) has now completed all of its investigative steps regarding Jussie Smollett, and has made the decision to further prosecute Mr. Smollett. Based on the recommendation of the OSP, a Cook County grand jury returned a six-count indictment charging Jussie Smollett with making four separate false reports to Chicago Police Department officers related to his false claims that he was the victim of a hate crime, knowing that he was not the victim of a crime,” Webb said in a statement.
Please, white man.
It is YOUR experience that Jussie Smollett knew he was not the victim of a crime.
In Jussie Smollett’s lived experience, he was absolutely a victim of his white supremacist and Trump-supporting Nigerian gym buddies who he paid to attack him.
Try to imagine, just for an instant, Mr. Dan K. Webb, that you survived slavery only to be gassed and made into a lampshade by Adolf Hitler.
Tina Glandian, who is the attorney for Smollett, released the following statement Tuesday night regarding the new indictment: “This indictment raises serious questions about the integrity of the investigation that led to the renewed charges against Mr. Smollett, not the least of which is the use of the same CPD detectives who were part of the original investigation into the attack on Mr. Smollett to conduct the current investigation, despite Mr. Smollett’s pending civil claims against the City of Chicago and CPD officers for malicious prosecution. One of the two witnesses who testified before the grand jury is the very same detective Mr. Smollett is currently suing for his role in the initial prosecution of him. After more than five months of investigation, the Office of the Special Prosecutor has not found any evidence of wrongdoing whatsoever related to the dismissal of the charges against Mr. Smollett. Rather, the charges were appropriately dismissed the first time because they were not supported by the evidence. The attempt to re-prosecute Mr. Smollett one year later on the eve of the Cook County State’s Attorney election is clearly all about politics not justice.”
Smollett told Chicago police in January of 2019 that two men physically attacked him and yelled racial and homophobic slurs. But prosecutors had insisted Smollett faked the racist, anti-gay attack on himself in the hopes that the attention would advance his acting career.
But with little explanation, authorities in March of 2019 abruptly dropped all charges against Smollett, abandoning the criminal case only five weeks after the allegations were filed. In return, prosecutors said, the actor agreed to let the city keep his $10,000 in bail.
But he’s suing the cops to get that bail money back.
Because they oppressed him due to hatred for the color of his skin.
He was the victim of a crime of hatred. What difference does it make if it was a hoax that he staged? It happened.
The dismissal drew a swift backlash from the mayor and police chief and raised questions about why Smollett was not forced to admit what prosecutors had said they could prove in court – that the entire episode was a publicity stunt.
A judge in August appointed Webb, a former U.S. attorney, as a special prosecutor to look into why the original charges were dropped. Webb also was looking into whether calls that Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx had with a Smollett relative and an ex-aide of former first lady Michelle Obama unduly influenced the decision to drop charges. Foxx recused herself from the case, but continued to weigh in.
Yes, Webb believes that this is a black conspiracy that is suspiciously similar to the completely disproven canard of Jewish conspiracies.
I haven’t seen hatred like this since Dylann Roof.
Foxx’s office released the following statement regarding the new indictment: “As the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office does in all cases, the Special Prosecutor reviewed the facts, evidence, and the law, and determined charges were appropriate in this matter. We are unable to comment further as the matter is pending.”
The city has sued Smollett, seeking reimbursement of more than $130,000 for overtime paid to officers who were involved in investigating Smollett’s report. Smollett’s attorneys have said the city should not be allowed to recover costs from Smollett because it accepted $10,000 from the actor “as payment in full in connection with the dismissal of the charges against him.”
Last year, defense attorneys said Smollett’s record was “wiped clean” of the 16 felony counts related to making a false report. The actor, who also agreed to do community service, insisted that he had “been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one.”
“I would not be my mother’s son if I was capable of one drop of what I was being accused of,” he told reporters after a court hearing. He thanked the state of Illinois “for attempting to do what’s right.”
It was real in his mind.
The fact that the cops have the $3,500 check he wrote to the Nigerians for staging a fake attack on him means nothing.
He wouldn’t be his black mother’s son if he didn’t believe all this and was lying about believing his own hoax was real. He might however remain his Jewish father’s son if that were true.