February 20, 2019

Smollett and the Chicago Way

Timothy Birdnow

The Smollet "lynching" gets more and more surreal.

Clarice Feldman at American Thinker connects the dots:

First Assistant State's Attorney Joseph Magats will be the acting state's attorney for the matter, a spokesperson said in an emailed statement Tuesday. No further explanation was given as to why Foxx recused herself.

[...]

Maybe that's because she really does know the politically active, politically connected Smollett's friends, for sure. Smollett's mom, Janet Smollett, is reportedly good friends with 1960s radical Angela Davis, and Davis mentored the young Jussie throughout much of his life. Davis, a communist, is a political celebrity on the far left, with an image second only to that of Che Guevara. Academic honors are still being showered on her, and leftist luminaries always look to have their picture with hers. Rest assured, she's connected with today's Democrats as one of their radicals manqué. I can't see her not being able to get a phone call through to some of them.

[...]

As I noted here a couple days ago, Nasheed's series of tweets raised suspicions that the hoax had a political nexus, quite likely from Democratic politicians, informed by gay special interests promoting their agenda. He said he was tipped off by the fact that shortly before the attack, there was an "anti-lynching" law on the table sponsored by Democrats Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, both of whom are running for president, and at the last minute, some language specifying homophobia was added to the bill. He was suspicious that the whole Smollett attack might have been a staged set-up to get the largely irrelevant law passed with Harris and Booker racking up points with voters. After all, when exactly did the last lynching in the U.S. occur, and aren't there murder laws already on the books?

Then the phony attack on gay and black actor Smollett happened, and now it seems to have blown up in their faces, exposed as a hoax.

The fact that it happened in Chicago and not some stereotypical place like Texas or Mississippi is a red flag. That the Democrats inserted last-minute gay language in their lynch law bill is a red flag. That Harris called the whole thing a lynching to match her pre-made bill is a red flag. Now a Chicago official recuses herself? It really looks as though this thing doesn't end with the Nigerians.

Harris's weird deer-in-the-headlights response to questions about her own tweet declaring Smollett a victim of a modern-day "lynching" only adds more fuel to the fire of Nasheed's theory.


End excerpts.

It is becoming crystal clear that Smollett was involved in an act of political theater of the worst, most vicious sort.

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