In keeping with its image as a lawless city full of corruption and ethnic nepotism, the Chicago prosecutor’s office stunned observers last week when it announced that all charges against Hate Hoaxer Jussie Smollett had been suddenly dropped.
The move drew sharp rebukes from the Jewish mayor, the Black Police Chief, and even President Trump, who was quoted as saying “I think the case in Chicago is an absolute embarrassment to our country, and I have asked that they look at it.”
Professional legal analysts are nearly uniform in their assessment that the dismissal is a miscarriage of justice. Smug lead prosecutor Kim Foxx doesn’t seem to be too bothered by the obvious harm done by her office’s casual dismissal of the most famous hate hoax in recent memory. Foxx “colloquially” recused herself from the case due to conflict of interest stemming from her familiarity with potential witnesses. It was later revealed that she was not legally recused, and her direct subordinates were handling the case, which raises the question of whether they faced pressure from their boss.
The Chicago Police Department removed two dozen detectives from their regular cases, and expended over 1,000 man hours investigating the crime, at a cost to the cash-strapped democrat stronghold that ran well into the six figures.
Evidence was revealed early in the investigation that indicates Smollett probably hired his two African buddies to aid him in the hoax, and the pair were seen on surveillance video purchasing items used in the hoax. They were even able to recover the check written to the brothers for services rendered.
In an era where racial tensions are constantly inflamed by democrat politicians and the hate-filled anti-White establishment, Smollett’s claims were designed to further erode the public peace and frame innocent White men for a crime they didn’t commit. Had the police failed to zero in on the suspects, public outcry would have been deafening, and there would have likely been rioting and violent protest in the black community. But since it was uncovered that Smollett was a racist liar attempting to frame the pro-Trump community, the case was dropped like a hot potato by the far-left press.
Instead of doing the right thing and apologizing for the substantial harm caused by his lies, Jussie Smollett, who is half black, half Jewish, and openly homosexual, took advantage of his exoneration by doubling down, drawing his mother into the controversy with his statement that “I would not be my mother’s son if I was capable of one drop of what I was being accused of.”
It’s become increasingly clear that hate crime hoaxes are a major problem in the United States, and that anti-White racists are perfectly happy to frame innocent White men for crimes they didn’t commit, and watch them be sent to prison with their reputations destroyed. It seems fitting that the penalty for perpetrating a fabrication of this nature should be that the hoaxer receives punishment comparable to what the falsely accused would have received if found guilty. We all know that if two White men had indeed been found guilty of this crime, their lives would have been ruined and the mass media would have made sure that every single person in American knew their names and faces.
By dismissing the case against Jussie Smollett, the Chicago establishment is sending the message loud and clear that they condone these hate crime hoaxes against Whites and conservatives, and that the future perpetrators can feel safe in the knowledge that they will be protected and defended by this utterly corrupt government.