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Jussie Smollett is in Trouble Again — Will He Actually Be Punished This Time?

Guess what: Jussie Smollett is in trouble again. The whole Chicago law enforcement community (well, the decent ones anyway) are not letting this one go. They say that the Smollett case is a stain on the entire city. They say that it is a slap in the face of the hard-working men and women who are fighting an uphill battle against the rising tide of crime in Chicago.

What Smollett did was a malicious and willful attempt to make himself into a martyr and to paint half of America as something that they are not. He did it for personal reasons, and he did it for political reasons. And we do not believe that he did it entirely of his own volition. We think he was put up to it.

Remember what the MSM said about it. They said, even though it was a lie, it reflects a bigger reality of bigotry in America. The whole of the Left supported this convenient lie.

Okay, yes, that is conjecture. We do not know for sure that he was put up to it. But the Chicago prosecutor Kim Fox, who dropped the case had ties to the Obamas, and she declined to prosecute Smollett for overtly political reasons.

Well, as it turns out Fox does not have the final say in who faces justice and who doesn’t. Now, a Chicago judge has assigned a special prosecutor to shed more light on this case.

Here’s Fox News with more on this story.


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