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Jussie Smollett Practiced The Whole Thing Before Staging His ‘Attack’


Yesterday I reflected on what we can expect in the Jussie Smollett case and why it’s so important that American’s pay attention to the outcome of the trial.

Today the prosecution has emerged with new evidence against the actor who staged an attack and supposed lynching against himself by two alleged white supremacists.

The white supremacists who are black… I know I keep saying that and it’s important to remember.

The prosecution claims that Smollett did a practice or ‘dry run’ of the attack after paying the two brothers $3,500 to attack him.

Watch as the story unfolds:

This last Tweet makes a good point.

Shouldn’t the Vice President make a public statement condemning Smollett?

Sure there is an active case going on as it relates to the matter but that didn’t hold Biden back from calling Kyle Rittenhouse a racist white supremacist.

After all, here’s a little reminder of how Kamala reacted just hours after the fake and staged ‘crime’ was reported:

Anyone with half a brain cell wants to see Smollett behind bars.

While that is likely not going to happen because well he is a liberal darling of Hollywood and the democrats, this new evidence against the accused actor is a major win for the public.

Apparently, Smollett and the brothers he paid to attack him met a day in advance to practice the attack.

Reportedly, Smollett gave directions and advice on how to act out the ‘scene’.

Here’s Fox News with the full scoop:

Jussie Smollett was allegedly seen on video conducting a dry run of his attack the day before it took place, further lending credence to the prosecution’s claims that he orchestrated the whole thing.

During opening arguments on Monday, special prosecutor Dan Webb told the jury that Smollett was upset that a threatening hate letter that was sent to the studio behind “Empire” wasn’t taken seriously enough. As a result, Webb is hoping to convince a jury that the actor hired brothers Abimbola and Olabinjo Osundairo to attack him.

One potentially damning piece of evidence teased during Webb’s opening arguments was that there is surveillance video showing Smollett and the two siblings, who he worked with on “Empire,” doing a kind of “dry run” of the attack in the area the day before it allegedly took place.

The prosecution will allege what the Osundairo brothers have already told investigators, that they were cut a check for $3,500 after the dry run and given $100 in cash to get supplies to stage the attack at Smollett’s behest.

After opening arguments, the prosecution got right into showing the jury surveillance video painstakingly gathered by the Chicago Police Department that showed the Osundairo brothers walking around near Smollett on the night of the attack. Chicago police detective Michael Theis reviewed how a series of surveillance, security and doorbell camera footage was used to track the brothers’ movements on the night of the attack and ultimately identify them as the culprits.

Currently, it is Smollett’s word against the Osundairo siblings. However, prosecutors seem to think that the video evidence collected by the police, including the alleged dry run of the attack, will prove their case to a jury.

One thing we can learn from all of this is that Smollett is a worse director than he is an actor which is saying something.

All jokes aside, it looks like the evidence is mounting against Smollett who faces up to three years in prison.

Unfortunately, a number of experts have eluded to the fact that Smollett will likely face a fine and some community service instead of jail time.

Ultimately, that’s the problem.

The left never faces any repercussions for their actions which is why they can stage pandemics and limit individual freedoms.

I will continue to report on the case so stay tuned!


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