Generally I ignore clickbait stories of race hoaxes. I had no idea Jussie Smollett put a noose on his neck!
He wants people to believe white guys randomly walk around downtown Chicago with nooses ready to go.
I didn’t realize how lulzy this case was. Sadly, Chicago PD won’t do anything to him even when they confirm the story is a hoax. That’s why this Kamala connection is way more important. If this was engineered to give her a race-baiting platform she’s fucked.
The dead give away was the whole rope around his neck thing. They just happened to have a rope on them? Cops are saying they still don’t have any description, downtown Chicago, not caught on any camera? Unlikely.
There are something like 20k surveillance cameras that they can use to do their forensics work. Not a single shred of evidence. The dumbass and his manager also won’t give their cell phones to the police.
If I were Trump I would send the feds in on this one. If Chicago police are thinking it’s a hoax, they will be getting a call from the Mayor telling them to keep it to themselves. If I were Trump I’d be like, this is so horrible, I am sending in the FBI to catch these horrible people who did this, and then prove and document that its a hoax.
The rope likely has some DNA on it from its handling. The way a noose is made would cover parts of the rope. It would be interesting to look at that section of the DNA that was put on before the noose was made.
I was a little torqued off when I joined the Army. I was never taught basic skills that every white person should know, like tying a noose. I had to have a black man teach me and then I was accused of promoting racial tensions because I had a noose in my room, that my black Sgt. tied for me while he was teaching us knots. . . when they found out Davis tied it, all of the sudden I was a good guy again. I’m sick of the cries of racism in this country. Almost no one’s racist anymore but if they’re not careful, they’re going to create more with the constant lies.
The incident sparked recollection of many alleged hate crimes that too quickly prompted social media cries of racism and anti-Trump rhetoric only to be later proved as hoaxes. Breitbart keeps a running tab of over 100 hate crime hoaxes since President Trump’s election. Smollett’s suspected attack is eerily similar to one from Massachusetts where a 20-year-old man claimed he was the victim of an assault by two racists who called out “Trump country now” during the attack. After police interviewed the “victim,” he admitted that he had made the story up to “raise awareness” of issues in the country.
It is still too early to tell whether Jussie Smollett’s claims of victimhood are true, false, or somewhere in the exaggerated middle, but that only means that it was too early for outlets like GQ and TMZ to be running stories that place blame at the feet of the president and his supporters for a crime they can’t be sure occurred.