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or...plot twist...it was something from the right, threaten Jussie until he gives up a name and in return, drop all the charges and he walks.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: jadedANDcynical
I don't think the Obama's have any more "pull" at the Federal FBI level. If Smollett sent the terrorist-hoax letter to the Empire set, his goose is cooked. From the sheepish look on his face when at the microphones, he's not celebrating. When you're truly exonerated, you're HAPPY (at first), like President Trump was this past weekend.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
Smollett coordinated his fake lynching with Kamala Harris' campaign...and her pushing of the anti-lynching bill that week.
Harris is the Left's prime candidate...so, of course, higher-ups intervened to keep Smollett from spilling the beans on collusion with her.
Smollett threatens...they let him off.
It's THAT simple.
We're told the State's Attorney, Kim Foxx, told Chicago police she was dropping the case because Jussie would have only gotten community service if convicted and she said he has already performed community service so there is no point in prosecuting him. We could not find any record of Smollett doing community service.
We're told Chicago police are "furious" and feel something untoward is going on with Kim Foxx.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: Grambler
This precedent setting sentence will be used in the future.
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