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Charges dropped in Smollett case! We have seen a lot of corruption, but this is right up there at the top with the in-your-face way that they have gone about this one!
Police charge that Smollett, who is black and gay, staged a racist and homophobic attack against himself in downtown Chicago on January 29 due to frustrations with his salary of $100,000 per episode.
He was hit with 16 felonies in connection to the incident. Amid his legal woes, executive producers of the hit Fox show cut Smollett from the season’s final episodes.
Rahm Emanuel (above, left), Mayor of Chicago, feigns his way through the "atrocities" of this situation, but we all know what that means in the world of Democrat politics! He's waist deep in the middle of it!
Smollett's attorney happens to be a big shot attorney who represents all the other swamp creatures on the left. The Clinton's, Obama's, and many more.
Here's the judge who sealed the files in the Smollett case. Why do these files need to be sealed?
Chicago police are furious over state’s attorney Kim Foxx’s decision to drop all charges against Jussie Smollett.
All charges were dropped!
Smollett reached a deferred prosecution deal and the judge sealed his case!
Rafer Weigel broke the story early on.
Even worse, Jussie Smollett and his lawyer are sticking to the BIG LIE that Smollett was attacked by racist white Trump supporters.
The Chicago Police Union want a federal investigation into Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s handling of Smollett’s case after text messages revealed she was communicating with
Jussie Smollett’s relatives and supporters about their concerns over his case.
Tina Tchen a former aide to Barack and Michelle Obama, sent Kim Foxx an email saying, “Hi Kim – I sent an email to your work address I think as well. I wanted to give you a call on behalf of Jussie Smollett and family who I know. They have concerns about the investigation. I am on an 8 am flight to nyc but please call me before then. I land about 1015 Chicago time. My cell is [redacted]. Many thanks!”
In one text exchange with a Smollett relative, Kim Foxx is reassuring them she spoke to the superintendent and asked for a favor. “I’ll keep you posted, “Foxx said in text. “Omg this would be a huge victory,” the Smollett relative said in response. “I make no guarantees, but I’m trying.” Foxx replied.
Read more text messages exchanged between Kim Foxx and Smollett’s relatives and supporters here.
Kim Foxx later recused herself from the case.
The Police Union wants the feds to determine whether Kim Foxx broke the law.
It's A Dark Web Of Conspiracy And Funding Behind Kim Foxx
The "Resistance" Movement headed up by Obama himself, is all in the middle of this. Smollett's Attorney is Michelle Obama's attorney, along with many other Democratic swamp creatures.
But this all runs even deeper. The name that always keeps showing up when it comes to the issues destroying out country is none other than George Soros himself. Here's a look at the dark money behind Kim Foxx herself.
The Dark Money Behind Kim Foxx
In the highly contentious Cook County State's Attorney race, each candidate has their funding bases. Incumbent Anita Alvarez has Chicago's "old-boy power support" behind her, according to the Better Government Association—City Council's most powerful alderman, Ed Burke; Illinois's last true political boss, Michael Madigan; various associates of former Mayor Richard M. Daley. (She's also accepted over $25,000 from at least 60 of her employees.)
Donna More is largely self-funding her campaign, as well as tapping into the Republican donor network. And Kim Foxx is working her political patron Toni Preckwinkle's connections; many of the largest donations to her campaign fund are from unions.
But Kim Foxx has also found two other sources of cash, in the form of twin $300,000 donations to a Super PAC supporting her called Illinois Safety & Justice. The sole donors to the PAC are neoliberal superdonor and conservative-boogeyman George Soros and a "dark-money" group called Civic Participation Action Fund.
A Super PAC is a fundraising group, created by the 2010 Supreme Court Citizens United decision, that can raise as much money as they want for any candidate or cause—as long as they don't coordinate on any level with political campaigns, which have much smaller campaign limits.
Soros is a notorious liberal donor—he dropped $20 million on the 2004 election, and recently donated $8 million to a leading pro-Hillary Super PAC, as well as put up $5 million to increase Latino voter turnout.
But according to Illinois Sunshine, a database of State Election Board filings maintained by the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform, this marks the first time Soros has entered into a political race in Illinois—ever. (Though he has been intervening in local District/State's Attorney's races with increasing regularity, donating over $400,000 in a Caddo Parish, Louisiana, nearly the same amount in Mississippi last year alone.)
Soros's presence in this race "really speaks to fact that Super PACs have become very influential in Illinois races, especially this cycle," according to Sarah Brune, the executive director of the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform.
A request for comment to Soros's Open Society Foundations went unreturned by press time.
The sole other donor to Foxx's Super PAC is the Civic Participation Action Fund, which, like Soros, has never made a donation in an Illinois race before.
CPAF is a 501(c)(4), a special kind of nonprofit organization that at once doesn't have to disclose its donors and can conduct political activity. They are frequently referred to by campaign finance reform advocates as "dark money," since it is usually unknown where the actual funding comes from.
The 2010 Citizens United decision set off a spark of 501(c)(4) donations nationwide, and they are a key component of Governor Bruce Rauner's stated plot to take away the Democratic supermajorities in the Illinois General Assembly.
Dark money is "certainly something that's become much more pervasive," said Brune. "[Dark money groups] can be even more frustrating than the Super PAC because you're not able to access information on the donors.…
It's not something that we enjoy seeing. It's just really troubling to voters when they can't see who is donating to their candidates. Not all donations are a bad thing, but if someone's going to contribute to a candidate for public office, they should understand that they're attempting to influence the outcome of a race for public office, so their contributions are gonna be made public."
Civic Participation Action Fund, according to its website, is a five-year project dedicated to advancing "racial equity, economic opportunity, and civic engagement" and will cease grant-making this year.
On its website, it also states that it doesn't fund anything "overtly partisan" (maybe since everyone in the race is a Democrat, a State's Attorney's race doesn't count), anything that involves "institutional or core support for organizations," which is pleasantly meaningless (and also, what is the State's Attorney's office if not an organization?).
Chicago Is The "Eden" For Liberal Politicians
In an op-ed published by the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Fund's director, Steve McConnell, said that being organized as a "dark money" group allows the fund to "support a much wider range of advocacy and electoral activities that are issue-based, nonpartisan, and not coordinated with candidates or political parties than it could have as a foundation required to follow Section 501(c)(3)," a more traditional nonprofit structure. A request for comment to CPAF went unreturned.
University of Illinois at Chicago professor Dick Simpson says it's "unusual" to see out-of-state donors get involved in local races like this, though he noted that a little over half of the campaign contributions Mayor Rahm Emanuel raised between 2010 and 2015 were also from outside of Chicago.
Simpson says it's "obvious" that the donors' intentions are to oust Alvarez, who has been vilified by progressive media outlets in the for her handling of the high-profile Laquan McDonald police shooting case. He also noted that the Super PAC's current endowment of $600,000 is enough to have "serious effects on the race."
Outside of the Illinois State Board of Election's ruling that Foxx's use of a Preckwinkle-funded poll broke state rules and fined the campaign almost $20,000, the topic of funding has been largely overlooked during the campaign, though there are clearly lots of other issues to look at. In the most recent Tribune poll, Alvarez was beating Foxx by seven points.
A Flashback: Former Michelle Obama Aide Pressured Prosecutor to Give Smollett Case to FBI
USA Today, citing text messages and emails from Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx’s office, reported earlier this month that Tina Tchen, who served as Michelle Obama’s chief of staff from 2011 to 2017, told the prosecutor that Smollett’s family harbored “concerns” regarding the police’s handling of the probe.
According to the newspaper, Fox told the former Michelle Obama aide that she “convinced” Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson to request the FBI “take over” the investigation.
In a text message to a Smollett family member, Foxx confirmed that she had made the request. “Spoke to the superintendent earlier, he made the ask,” wrote Foxx. “Trying to figure out logistics. I’ll keep you posted.”
Although Foxx later recused herself from the case, Fox 32 Chicago Rafer Weigel reports nobody he’s talked to believes the prosecutor actually did so.
Smollett also faces possible legal trouble in connection to allegedly sending himself a threatening and racist letter to himself days prior to the allegedly staged attack against himself. The FBI is reportedly investigating the letter, but has yet to comment publicly on the matter.
Smollett created this incident with the help of two Nigerian work out buddies, paying them $3,200 and caught on video buying the supplies for the attack/hanging,
There was a couple reasons for the staged incident. Apparently Jussie wasn't happy about his pay, as reported. The other reason was that his aunt Kamala Harris was trying to push through "Anti-Hanging" legislation.
Yes, that's right. Apparently, here in the 21st century, we still need anti-hanging legislation. Could this be cover for the impending end of the deep state and the call to a return of public hangings?
Who knows....but this was an obvious coordination between the two to push that legislation and bring some much needed attention to his failing career.
I really hope this extra attention gives us the opportunity to probe deeper into all the things we mentioned above and really get at the heart of what is going on and how deeply the corruption runs within the Resistance arm of the Deep State!
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