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From CNN:

CNN legal analyst: Smollett “exposed himself to jail time,” with testimony

From CNN’s Leinz Vales

A Chicago jury found Jussie Smollett guilty of five counts of disorderly conduct for making false reports to police that he was a victim of a hate crime in January 2019.

A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a \$25,000 fine.

However, CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson said the judge could give the former “Empire” actor probation, but added that Smollett, “exposed himself to jail time,” when he testified in court.

“When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN. “What Jussie Smollett said was resoundingly rejected by that jury. The jury did not buy what he was selling. That’s not lost upon a judge. You came into the courtroom and fabricated.”

Jussie, you know how you are always saying, “But what I really want to do is direct”? Well, don’t. Also, don’t try to write or be your own casting director.

Laura Coates, a former federal prosecutor, agreed with Jackson, saying Smollett’s testimony was a “miscalculation” by the defense team.

“So him taking the stand lead to his exposure in the way Joey has spoken about,” Coates said. “A judge is now looking at you, taking everything you had to say and assessing it.”

But Jussie hadn’t been in the spotlight since 2019. He missed it.

Smollett was acquitted on one count of felony disorderly conduct.

So the jury didn’t just throw the book at him?

Smollett took the stand and testified before the Chicago jury that he never lied to police and denied orchestrating the attack on himself.

Prosecutors sought to show that the actor made false reports to police after paying Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundairo to carry out a staged hate crime attack against him to garner sympathetic media coverage.

The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were the icing on the cake. What a hilarious story. Shall we see its like again?

Yeah, probably.

As I wrote in 2019 in my Taki’s column “Fake Noose!:”

You can call it Sailer’s Boast: Whenever there is some remarkably dumb development flabbergasting the respectable pundits, I’ve no doubt explained the entire phenomenon years ago in various Taki’s columns.

For example, the sidesplitting Jussie Smollett fake noose story is a classic example of the hate-hoax phenomenon that I’ve been explicating since 2004. So, I’m going to take another victory lap to review what I’ve figured out about hate hysteria over the past fifteen years.

To you or me, Jussie’s tale probably sounds like just about the stupidest hate hoax yet. But that’s because we possess the conceptual category of “hate hoax.” So it’s easy for us to call up from our memories a long list of such instances that previously dominated the headlines (for example, in this year alone, Covington Catholic and poor Jazmine Barnes) and conclude that, wow, this one is even more self-evidently absurd than the UVA fraternity initiation gang rape on broken glass hate hoax that bedazzled the national press in 2014.

In contrast, The New York Times, for instance, has never even printed the term “hate hoax.”

And that’s still true, almost three years later.

Instead, there’s just an Epidemic of Hate perpetrated by what Tom Wolfe would call the Great White Defendants…and then there are forgotten random incidents that didn’t quite pan out. But to the prestige press there’s no such thing as a pattern of purported hate crimes routinely imploding embarrassingly.

So, Smollett’s ludicrous yarn became national news, with leading Democratic politicians such as Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Cory Booker rushing to endorse Jussie’s grift.

Unfortunately for Jussie, he went to the police with his cock-and-bull story. That’s not the kind of mistake that Jackie Coakley of UVA made. She told endless variations of her story to everybody…except the cops, and has therefore gotten away scot-free.

Unlike the national media and presidential contenders, local police are perfectly familiar with the possibility that people sometimes lie to them. In fact, folks perjure themselves to cops all the time. They’re used to it. So cops, unlike candidates and commentators, don’t turn off their brains as soon as somebody invokes identity talismans such as race and sexual orientation.

 
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  1. A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a \$25,000 fine.

    According to Black’s Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    In this case, not so much so. Community service. Probation. An awards ceremony. A nice write up in the New York Times. An exciting opportunity to appear in some gay television show.

    • Replies: @Philbert Desanex
    @Trelane

    I'm not clear why Smollet did not receive an extra charge of lying under oath. If he testified that he never lied to police or about other aspects of the case that were contradictory to the actual events, that seems a clear case of perjury.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ben tillman, @nokangaroos

    , @Hibernian
    @Trelane

    He may serve 30 days, or something like that, after the way he made a complete fool of himself, and took the judge and jury for complete fools, on the stand.

    , @PaceLaw
    @Trelane

    Ah Trelane, But what is a class 4 felony in Illinois as opposed to what is defined as a felony in Black’s Law dictionary? That’s the true question. Something tells me that jail time (probably under 16 months) will be called for.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    , @Escher
    @Trelane


    According to Black’s Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.
     
    According to Black law a felony is a minimum requirement to graduate to the next level in da hood.
  2. He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of “hate hoaxes” in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @Farenheit

    Not firmly planted at all. Already being pushed way down the pages by trivial celebrity news and when the verdict was announced, I checked Google News. It was the sixth story and four of the top five were variations on "white supremacy" and "systemic racism".


    The New York Times, for instance, has never even printed the term “hate hoax.”
     
    What's more, you can be permanently banned from MSM comment forums by mentioning that term in any context.
    , @AnotherDad
    @Farenheit


    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of “hate hoaxes” in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.
     
    Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity.


    But the problem is "Why did we even need this to get "hate hoax" out there?"

    Why was Trump responding to Biden and Harris with "this smells like yet another hate-hoax" and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris immediately respond by slandering white Americans."

    Our problem is that we don't have "conservative" politicians who are saying "yet another hate-hoax" and "yet another blood libel"...

    We do not have conservative politicians who speak simple basic truths:
    -- "Different people, different groups of people have different genes and cultures and will have different outcomes in life. The Democrats blaming those on white people is the worst sort of toxic politics."
    -- "Diversity is not a strength but a source of contention and conflict."
    -- "Immigration is population replacement."
    -- "Immigration without end, mathematically means the America your children, grandchildren, your posterity inherit, will get progressively more crowded, more contentious, more unpleasant, more impoverished ... until it's so unpleasant that no one else wants to come. That's what the Democrats want for your kids."
    -- "Deplorable white people are not the property of minorities. But like anyone else entitled to live as they wish, with whom they wish, according to their own norms values and culture."
    -- "If we no longer share traditional American norms, values, traditions, holidays, heroes, history, our culture. No longer agree on our public norms and culture, then we are not one nation, and should peacefully separate."

    Jussie's a propaganda win. But our problem is we do not have conservative politicians who are even fighting. We don't have conservatives who are actually trying to conserve anything.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Jack D

    , @Barnard
    @Farenheit

    None of the normies I talked to about this case when it happened believed Smollett's story. Some of these people had fallen for other hate hoaxes. How stupid of the Democratic party establishment to rush to support the cause of such an obvious lie. It really reinforces the idea they are afraid of their base.

  3. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    As long as ‘hate crimes’ are a thing, ‘hate hoaxes’ must be categorized as ‘hate crimes’ because they stir up heated racial tensions and accuse an entire community.

    When a black say he was attacked by whites, he’s not talking only of that crime. He’s blaming the entire community of creating a climate for such a thing.

    It’s like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues. He was trying to create the impression that all these white ‘antisemitic’ Christians were out to get Jews.

    Smollett was out to smear half of America that voted for Trump. Yet, he gets off with misdemeanors of ‘disorderly conduct’? If anything, this was an orderly conspiracy.

    Following the current logic, if I paint a swastika on a Jewish property, that is a ‘hate crime’.

    But, supposing I’m Christian and I paint a hoax sign on my property that says, “We Jews hate Jesus and want to kill all you Christian scum”, thus imply Jews are a hateful and hostile bunch, that only counts as ‘disorderly conduct’?

    There must be legislation that really throws the book at the likes of Smollett.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Anonymous

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    https://twitter.com/NYPDHateCrimes

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it's long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    Replies: @Thomas, @prosa123, @Negrolphin Pool, @AndrewR

    , @John Milton's Ghost
    @Anonymous

    I've long said that if our social and political leaders want to label racism, sexism, homophobia, or whatever is the Worst Thing Ever, then a hoax regarding these -isms must be treated with near equivalence in terms of legal consequence. Attempting to label someone as evil when they are not should be considered a vile act, when if it were true it would lead to ostracism, firing, divorce, shunning, or any number of other social deaths.

    That sort of thinking, however, still assumes a sense of liberal belief that all individuals are equal before the law, and that rationality and reason aren't just an oppressive tool of the West. Woke thinking assumes all whites are guilty, and whomever gets punished for it is just the accident of the moment. You always have it coming, whitey, so don't complain when it does. And even if Jussie made this one up, you all really wanted to do it, so you're still guilty.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    , @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    For that legislation to be written and passed, we would have to live in a country ruled by people who don't benefit from anti-white hate hoaxes and hate crimes.

    , @Bill Jones
    @Anonymous


    It’s like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues.
     
    Didn't he contribute 15,000 percent to Anti-Semitic crime ?

    His some thousands plus compared to the 5 or 6 "real" ones?
  4. Happy, happy, joy, joy!

  5. CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson
    “When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN.

    As if the Judge didn’t get this from the actual depositions. Why is CNN employing this man ? Because he’s an Affirmative pick dindu.

    • Replies: @Squid
    @Verymuchalive

    "Why is CNN employing this man?"

    Cup-bearer for Don Lemon?

    But hey, enough of that, let the BLM riots begin! Another Miracle Mile Kristallnacht and inventory-reduction event is in order to express da peeplz's righteous anger!

    Replies: @bruce county

    , @Bugg
    @Verymuchalive

    No depostions required of a defendant in a criminal case. In fact, 5th Amendment allows criminal defendants to not even make any statement.Burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove their case. Naturally though any defendant who takes the stand puts himself in the crosshairs.

    Having misspent my youth toiling at the criminal bar, judges take a very dim view of defendants who lie through their teeth. Suspect it's the problem with an actor being a defendant; thought simply playing a role well would carry the day. Also appears his attorneys did not grasp the pitfalls of letting a total narcissist testify. Explaining driving around Chicago smoking dope and visiting gay bathhouses with one of your paid assailants did not in any way dispprove the hate hoax conspiracy. Height of it was Smollett getting angry with the DA for reading his own texts verbatim with the "n" owrd out loud. As if somehow the prosecutor quoting his own vulgarity ws the worst crime imaginable.

    Juicy Smo-le-ay is about to spend some time behind bars.

    Replies: @Verymuchalive, @Curle

    , @R.G. Camara
    @Verymuchalive

    Why is CNN employing this man ?

    Because Jeffrey Toobin was out on a Zoom call. :)

    Replies: @Verymuchalive

    , @JimDandy
    @Verymuchalive

    Another take from CNN:

    "Hannity, and other bad faith media personalities on the right, used Smollett's conviction to (predictably) attack the news media and aim to delegitimize the credibility of the entire press.
    The tactic is dishonest, yet simple: Take an actual act of deception, in this case one that was perpetrated by an actor and covered heavily by the press, and then use it to suggest that anything reported by mainstream sources cannot be trusted. Everything is a hoax."

  6. This is outrageous…White Males deserve to be chattel slaves as part of reparation to Black People!!!!!

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @War for Blair Mountain

    "White Males deserve to be chattel slaves as part of reparation to Black People!!!!!"

    Blacks already prepared for this:

    https://imagez.tmz.com/image/3b/o/2015/01/23/3b7b5256c43c5faab21736b400162512_md.jpg

    Replies: @John Johnson

  7. I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    , @Bill in Glendale
    @SafeNow

    And if they'd wanted to hurt him what would his face look like?

    , @International Jew
    @SafeNow

    Why don't black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Hannah Katz, @AnotherDad, @Truth

    , @AnotherDad
    @SafeNow

    So of all the other 7 billion people in the world ..

    our immigration policy selects out these as people we need to add to America.

    , @Muggles
    @SafeNow

    In my limited experience black Africans don't have the same "poor me, hate whitey" bias that all too many American blacks have.

    Living in a black country/continent tends to negate any US MSM media bias about the issue.

    Those Nigerian bros are probably heroes back home. I don't think pale skinned gay American semi black actors get a lot of African respect when pulling off a stupid hoax attempt.

    Let's face it, "Jussie" is an embarrassment to everyone with two brain cells.

    While real attorneys for him would have insisted on a plea deal, Jussie may have concluded that post-conviction and a few months in the slam (mainly away from dangerous fellow blacks who don't like fag brothers) he believes it will only add to his marketability.

    His name will be well known and after all, in show biz, name recognition is king. He'll probably be on Dancing With the Stars next year.

    Replies: @SafeNow, @West reanimator

  8. I had to look up Jazmine Barnes. The wrongfully-accused white burglar hung himself in jail 5 months after 2 black guys were arrested for her murder. I guess the stress was too much, or another inmate still thought he was guilty.

    • Thanks: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @Ralph L

    Or maybe he got tired of the vile, systematic (and often sexual) torture that is meted out by negroes upon white men in America's prisons? But which is never acknowledged in the main stream media?

    BTW, was there a multi-million dollar settlement for his family? Was Shaun King ever held accountable, in any way? Are all these questions inevitably rhetorical?

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Ralph L

    "the wrongfully-accused white burglar hung himself in jail 5 months after 2 black guys were arrested for her murder"

    Got any links for this story? I had no idea there was a story here apart from mistaken identity gang stuff. Are you saying they found a Great White Defendant?

  9. You now remember that Jussie Smullett is for reals a blood relative of United States Vice President Kamala Harris.
    —–
    OT hearing now for the first time LA DA Cuck Whatever Gascoigne’s voice for the first time. He literally sounds like Kermit the Frog* imitating a stereotypical retard. MISS PIG EE AHM NAHD A SMART MAN BUT I KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
    *The original, as should not have to be explained.

  10. From “The New York Times” (via AmRen.com):

    ***

    The special prosecutor in the case, Daniel K. Webb, told the jury that Mr. Smollett staged the attack because he had received a hate-filled death threat in the mail and was upset by the muted response of the producers behind the television show on which he starred, “Empire.”

    ***

    Wrong, Mr. Prosecutor! Jussie Smollett obviously sent that supposed death threat– complete with fake anthrax– to himself.

    ***

    On January 22, 2019, a letter arrived at the Chicago studio of Smollett’s employer that was addressed to Smollett and depicted a stick figure hanging from a tree with a gun pointing towards it. It read “Smollett, Jussie you will die” and “MAGA” and contained a white powder determined to be Tylenol.[8]

    ***

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jussie_Smollett_assault_hoax#Incident

    The January 29, 2019, hate hoax was merely a follow-up. Both hoaxes by Jussie Smollett almost certainly were intended by him to help his good friends in the United States Senate, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, get their so-called “anti-lynching” bill passed.

  11. 20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn’t want the “wrong” people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from “The Godather 2” is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein’s island. That’s why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    • Agree: Gordo
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Right, as with Mueller, an FBI ... "investigation" ... has the authority to grab stuff because that stuff is evidence. Including stuff important to other potential investigations. Once grabbed you cannot FOIA it because it's "evidence." And if they happen to never get around to reading it, let alone release it ...
    ------
    The best thing about that scene is the perfect opacity regarding who choked the girl. Was it the senator during, or is he actually perfectly innocent, but they silently murdered her while he slept? You now realize that our criminal investigative system at its best cannot know. The senator is in the same situation either way. If blackmail isn't being used for just this reason then magic powers must exist.

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @JohnnyWalker123


    20,000 images.

     

    Less concerned about that than the claim that, when the FBI went to seize the hard drives, they found that they already had FBI evidence tags on them:

    https://twitter.com/Lukewearechange/status/1468727688508723204
    , @Thomas
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.
     
    Michael was whoever was giving Epstein his orders. Epstein was Fredo, right down to the ignominious disposal when he became inconvenient.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    , @Peter D. Bredon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    And yet everyone laughed at Lyndon Larouche. The Queen, an international racketeer! HAHAHAHA!

    , @smetana
    @JohnnyWalker123

    You didn't say 'Mossad' or 'the government of Israel'. So you end up obfuscating the issue and covering for two Mossad agents working their whole careers on the direct orders of the government of Israel.

    You are also covering for the Jewish-American billionaires who funded/fronted for these Mossad agents carrying out the orders of the government of Israel (orders to pimp American girls in honey traps set for prominent men).

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Shel100
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "All that's left is our friendship."

  12. @SafeNow
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/26/18/11487896-6852889-image-a-22_1553624944081.jpg

    I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Bill in Glendale, @International Jew, @AnotherDad, @Muggles

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    • Agree: Just another serf
    • LOL: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @Rooster1111
    @Steve Sailer

    At birth, all blacks should have tattooed on their foreheads “for entertainment purposes only!” That’d clear up many of the misunderstandings we have as a multicultural society.

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Steve Sailer

    Do they match the look of Enrique Marqez, Jr.

    https://calcoastnews.com/2015/12/former-neighbor-accused-of-supporting-san-bernardino-terrorists/

    iSteve, didn't you have a contest for the annual successor of Mr. Marqez as dumb criminal conspiracy patsy of the year, but for years there were no successful nominees?

    , @R.G. Camara
    @Steve Sailer

    The fact that Jussie couldn't find two white gay bodybuilders to fill the roles reflects poorly on his casting ability.

    Also, we now have a more memetic, more publicly-known synonym for hate hoax: "Pulling a Jussie Smollett."

    Let's see if it catches on.

    , @Ben tillman
    @Steve Sailer

    True.

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Steve Sailer

    A couple of black American comedians have a Jussie Smollett series on YouTube. They're funny but their manner isn't very Nigerian. You can hear their Ebonic-American accent with the sound muted. Different body language entirely.

  13. I said: ‘Raymond Shaw is the kindest, warmest, bravest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life,’ and even now I feel that way – this minute.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @I, Libertine

    From The Manchurian Candidate.

    I remember thinking at the time how strange it was that Harris was echoing the line from the movie so closely. In the movie, the people who say this have been brainwashed. I don't think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.

    Replies: @EdwardM, @Nicholas Stix, @Colin Wright

  14. And then Ellen Page ‘became’ Elliot Page. We to shut down social media for women born after 1985 until we figure out what’s going on.

    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.

    And here is Chappelle more or less saying Steve’s original piece on the incident but in Chappelle style.

    It should also not be forgotten that he sent threatening messages about himself to the production offices of Empire with letters cut out of magazines just to add to the insanity of it all.

    • Thanks: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Altai

    What Jussie did is a slap in the face to countless numbers of black people who concocted considerably less preposterous-sounding hate crime hoaxes. How can these activists ever hope to be taken seriously again?

    , @VivaLaMigra
    @Altai

    Dave C doing what he does best: Keepin' It Real!

    Replies: @Prester John

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Altai


    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.
     
    Except for Meryl Street and a few others, most American actresses do. (And yes, I know Page is Canadian.)
  15. My guess: Probation, no jail time.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Enemy of Earth

    It's most likely because it's a first offense. I would have said that this would have been his sentence for sure but then he got up on the witness stand and lied like rug. Judges don't like it when you lie to their face. So there's at least a small chance that the judge is going to sentence him to prison to teach him not to get on the witness stand and lie some more when you are already on trial for lying.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @Hibernian

    , @JimDandy
    @Enemy of Earth

    Plus 300 hours community service. He'll mentor big blackish theater boys in stage combat and stuff.

  16. Well, this is evidence that perhaps I have actually become overly-pessimistic. I was really afraid that there would be no conviction due to one or two black holdouts on the jury, resulting in an MSM take that would go something like: “Just as many were surprised by the verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse–the white man who crossed state lines to kill two unarmed protesters at a BLM march with an assault rifle and later was photographed making a white power signal with his fingers–some may be disappointed in the Jussie Smollett trial outcome, but, for better or worse, this is the venerable justice system Americans cherish.”

    • Replies: @Eustace Tilley (not)
    @JimDandy

    Raise a glass to the worthy Black juror
    Who stood firm for the facts 'midst the furor.
    Lady Justice, though ill,
    Has some life in her still;
    With physicians as this we may cure 'er.

  17. @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    At birth, all blacks should have tattooed on their foreheads “for entertainment purposes only!” That’d clear up many of the misunderstandings we have as a multicultural society.

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
  18. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    Right, as with Mueller, an FBI … “investigation” … has the authority to grab stuff because that stuff is evidence. Including stuff important to other potential investigations. Once grabbed you cannot FOIA it because it’s “evidence.” And if they happen to never get around to reading it, let alone release it …
    ——
    The best thing about that scene is the perfect opacity regarding who choked the girl. Was it the senator during, or is he actually perfectly innocent, but they silently murdered her while he slept? You now realize that our criminal investigative system at its best cannot know. The senator is in the same situation either way. If blackmail isn’t being used for just this reason then magic powers must exist.

  19. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    20,000 images.

    Less concerned about that than the claim that, when the FBI went to seize the hard drives, they found that they already had FBI evidence tags on them:

  20. So, there was a special prosecutor appointed in this case: Dan Webb. He was the US Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois under Reagan.

    Getting these political jobs may or may not mean you are good.

    But I am/was a trial lawyer. Or not. I may merely be a mythical creature from the Wisconsin Northwoods.

    I watched a few of Dan Webb’s cases as a young trial lawyer. He is that good (he was representing white collar criminals at the time) . I actually aped a bit of his schtick (smart white humble guy) and it worked.

  21. @SafeNow
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/26/18/11487896-6852889-image-a-22_1553624944081.jpg

    I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Bill in Glendale, @International Jew, @AnotherDad, @Muggles

    And if they’d wanted to hurt him what would his face look like?

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • LOL: Ben tillman
  22. @Trelane

    A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
     
    According to Black's Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    In this case, not so much so. Community service. Probation. An awards ceremony. A nice write up in the New York Times. An exciting opportunity to appear in some gay television show.

    Replies: @Philbert Desanex, @Hibernian, @PaceLaw, @Escher

    I’m not clear why Smollet did not receive an extra charge of lying under oath. If he testified that he never lied to police or about other aspects of the case that were contradictory to the actual events, that seems a clear case of perjury.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Philbert Desanex

    Vincent Bugliosi said in his OJ book that you are basically allowed to get on the stand and lie in your self-defense. Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting, and prosecuting them after they are found innocent sounds like a tough row to hoe.

    I suspect that prosecutors believe that encouraging the guilty to take the stand increases the chances of a guilty verdict, so they don't want to discourage it.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Hypnotoad666, @International Jew

    , @Ben tillman
    @Philbert Desanex

    You can’t be charged until after you’ve committed the offense. And the prosecution can’t just add a charge in the middle of the trial.

    , @nokangaroos
    @Philbert Desanex

    Conspiracy, criminal incitement, and federal hate crime.
    Oh, and make him civilly liable for every black-on-White, Jew-on-White
    and homo-on-White violent incident for as long as the sordid coverage lasts.

  23. If Jussie doesn’t serve time in prison, that will be a travesty.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Wake up

    He's been serving time in white Amerikkka his whole life. That's the real travesty.

  24. @Verymuchalive
    CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson
    “When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN.

    As if the Judge didn't get this from the actual depositions. Why is CNN employing this man ? Because he's an Affirmative pick dindu.

    Replies: @Squid, @Bugg, @R.G. Camara, @JimDandy

    “Why is CNN employing this man?”

    Cup-bearer for Don Lemon?

    But hey, enough of that, let the BLM riots begin! Another Miracle Mile Kristallnacht and inventory-reduction event is in order to express da peeplz’s righteous anger!

    • Replies: @bruce county
    @Squid


    Another Miracle Mile Kristallnacht and inventory-reduction event is in order to express da peeplz’s righteous anger!
     
    Maybe not... Its getting pretty cold in the evenings in Chicago.
  25. Charles Barkley cuttin’ up Joosy….

  26. @Anonymous
    As long as 'hate crimes' are a thing, 'hate hoaxes' must be categorized as 'hate crimes' because they stir up heated racial tensions and accuse an entire community.

    When a black say he was attacked by whites, he's not talking only of that crime. He's blaming the entire community of creating a climate for such a thing.

    It's like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues. He was trying to create the impression that all these white 'antisemitic' Christians were out to get Jews.

    Smollett was out to smear half of America that voted for Trump. Yet, he gets off with misdemeanors of 'disorderly conduct'? If anything, this was an orderly conspiracy.

    Following the current logic, if I paint a swastika on a Jewish property, that is a 'hate crime'.

    But, supposing I'm Christian and I paint a hoax sign on my property that says, "We Jews hate Jesus and want to kill all you Christian scum", thus imply Jews are a hateful and hostile bunch, that only counts as 'disorderly conduct'?

    There must be legislation that really throws the book at the likes of Smollett.

    Replies: @Altai, @John Milton's Ghost, @AndrewR, @Bill Jones

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it’s long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Altai

    I'm always a little surprised that the Hasidim in New York don't protect themselves a little better. Years ago, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, I witnessed a homeless drug addict smash a window of a Russian deli full of families. Within seconds, said homeless drug addict was facedown on the sidewalk with two large Hasidic men kneeling on him and the Shomrim and Hatzolah (Hasidic security and private ambulance services) appearing out of nowhere in about half the time it took for the police to show up. Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @74v56ruthiyj, @ginger bread man

    , @prosa123
    @Altai

    Of the three main Hasidic groups in Brooklyn only the Lubavitch in Crown Heights (who are basically the "lite" version of the Hasidim) are close to bad areas. The Satmar in Williamsburg and especially the Bobover in Borough Park are in much better areas.

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @Negrolphin Pool
    @Altai

    Is there a bail fund?

    , @AndrewR
    @Altai

    Based blacks

  27. @Philbert Desanex
    @Trelane

    I'm not clear why Smollet did not receive an extra charge of lying under oath. If he testified that he never lied to police or about other aspects of the case that were contradictory to the actual events, that seems a clear case of perjury.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ben tillman, @nokangaroos

    Vincent Bugliosi said in his OJ book that you are basically allowed to get on the stand and lie in your self-defense. Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting, and prosecuting them after they are found innocent sounds like a tough row to hoe.

    I suspect that prosecutors believe that encouraging the guilty to take the stand increases the chances of a guilty verdict, so they don’t want to discourage it.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Steve Sailer

    I remember Vincent Bugliosi's OJ book. He said, in effect, guilty defendants will lie when they testify and it's considered part of the game.

    I saw Vince on, I think, Larry King's show after the OJ criminal trial verdict. He said if there had been a hung jury and retrial, there was some talk of hiring Vincent Bugliosi as Special Prosecutor for the retrial.

    Vince said, "I would have been willing to do it."

    That's what happened with Smollett--A veteran former prosecutor was chosen when the Cook County State's Attorney refused to try Smollett.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Steve Sailer

    "Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting."

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction. That does seem unfair. It's sort of a mirror image of "right to remain silent" -- you shouldn't be doubly punished merely for testifying on your own behalf.

    Replies: @Jim, @Jack D, @Right_On

    , @International Jew
    @Steve Sailer

    And then there were the multiple cases of lying to the police and perjury in the Darren Wilson (Ferguson) trial, that were never prosecuted.

  28. @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    Do they match the look of Enrique Marqez, Jr.

    https://calcoastnews.com/2015/12/former-neighbor-accused-of-supporting-san-bernardino-terrorists/

    iSteve, didn’t you have a contest for the annual successor of Mr. Marqez as dumb criminal conspiracy patsy of the year, but for years there were no successful nominees?

  29. @Wake up
    If Jussie doesn’t serve time in prison, that will be a travesty.

    Replies: @JimDandy

    He’s been serving time in white Amerikkka his whole life. That’s the real travesty.

  30. @Trelane

    A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
     
    According to Black's Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    In this case, not so much so. Community service. Probation. An awards ceremony. A nice write up in the New York Times. An exciting opportunity to appear in some gay television show.

    Replies: @Philbert Desanex, @Hibernian, @PaceLaw, @Escher

    He may serve 30 days, or something like that, after the way he made a complete fool of himself, and took the judge and jury for complete fools, on the stand.

    • Agree: PhysicistDave
  31. Jessie Smollett is one of those Negros who gives the good 5% a bad name. The Nigerians are the real victims here.

  32. @I, Libertine

    I said: 'Raymond Shaw is the kindest, warmest, bravest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life,' and even now I feel that way - this minute.
     

    Replies: @Jack D

    From The Manchurian Candidate.

    I remember thinking at the time how strange it was that Harris was echoing the line from the movie so closely. In the movie, the people who say this have been brainwashed. I don’t think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.

    • Agree: I, Libertine
    • Replies: @EdwardM
    @Jack D

    It would be funny if a staffer wrote that tweet to make fun of Kamala, maybe to retaliate after enduring one of her tirades.

    Or maybe Kamala really is so dumb and lacking in self-awareness.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Haxo Angmark

    , @Nicholas Stix
    @Jack D

    Apparently, some monkeys can randomly type out the complete works of Shakespeare, given a little more time than Kamala.

    , @Colin Wright
    @Jack D

    'I don’t think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.'

    I think you're way overestimating the depth of that particular consciousness. You're making it sound like the Marianas Trench when it's more like a muddy puddle.

    Replies: @Jack D

  33. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Michael was whoever was giving Epstein his orders. Epstein was Fredo, right down to the ignominious disposal when he became inconvenient.

    • Agree: PhysicistDave, Bumpkin
    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
    @Thomas

    Fredo was not killed when he became inconvenient. That happened years before. He was killed because their mom had finally died and Michael could kill him without her knowing about it. Also the mafia is hardly in the same league as Mossad, CIA, and MI6. Kind of like the Detroit Lions and the New England Patriots if you want to use silly analogies.

  34. @Enemy of Earth
    My guess: Probation, no jail time.

    Replies: @Jack D, @JimDandy

    It’s most likely because it’s a first offense. I would have said that this would have been his sentence for sure but then he got up on the witness stand and lied like rug. Judges don’t like it when you lie to their face. So there’s at least a small chance that the judge is going to sentence him to prison to teach him not to get on the witness stand and lie some more when you are already on trial for lying.

    • Agree: Thomas
    • Replies: @petit bourgeois
    @Jack D

    I don't think it's his first offense. I read today that he has a prior no contest plea to giving a cop his brother's name during a DUI stop in California.

    The pessimist in me thinks he'll get a slap on the wrist, but one can hope the obviously perjured testimony will result in some time in protective custody (solitary confinement) since he's a gay "celebrity."

    , @Hibernian
    @Jack D

    He was caught giving a family member's address, I think his brother's, when he was pulled over for DUI in, I believe, Califonia. Don't remember how long ago this was. It'll probably be a minor factor, if it's a factor at all.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  35. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    https://twitter.com/NYPDHateCrimes

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it's long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    Replies: @Thomas, @prosa123, @Negrolphin Pool, @AndrewR

    I’m always a little surprised that the Hasidim in New York don’t protect themselves a little better. Years ago, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, I witnessed a homeless drug addict smash a window of a Russian deli full of families. Within seconds, said homeless drug addict was facedown on the sidewalk with two large Hasidic men kneeling on him and the Shomrim and Hatzolah (Hasidic security and private ambulance services) appearing out of nowhere in about half the time it took for the police to show up. Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable.

    • Thanks: Boomthorkell
    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    @Thomas


    Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable
     
    In general, private security has a stronger effect on random homeless problems than on random "teen" problems.

    While the homeless will be chased away, "teens" are more likely to take private security as a challenge to get around or goof on, especially since the teens don't think private security will arrest them or hurt them like the cops could.

    , @74v56ruthiyj
    @Thomas

    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice) He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.

    Replies: @Thomas

    , @ginger bread man
    @Thomas

    Seems like the Hasidim did a pretty good job protecting themselves In the example you gave, What did you mean by Hasidim need to do a better job protecting themselves?

    Replies: @Thomas

  36. @Enemy of Earth
    My guess: Probation, no jail time.

    Replies: @Jack D, @JimDandy

    Plus 300 hours community service. He’ll mentor big blackish theater boys in stage combat and stuff.

    • LOL: Gordo
  37. @Verymuchalive
    CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson
    “When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN.

    As if the Judge didn't get this from the actual depositions. Why is CNN employing this man ? Because he's an Affirmative pick dindu.

    Replies: @Squid, @Bugg, @R.G. Camara, @JimDandy

    No depostions required of a defendant in a criminal case. In fact, 5th Amendment allows criminal defendants to not even make any statement.Burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove their case. Naturally though any defendant who takes the stand puts himself in the crosshairs.

    Having misspent my youth toiling at the criminal bar, judges take a very dim view of defendants who lie through their teeth. Suspect it’s the problem with an actor being a defendant; thought simply playing a role well would carry the day. Also appears his attorneys did not grasp the pitfalls of letting a total narcissist testify. Explaining driving around Chicago smoking dope and visiting gay bathhouses with one of your paid assailants did not in any way dispprove the hate hoax conspiracy. Height of it was Smollett getting angry with the DA for reading his own texts verbatim with the “n” owrd out loud. As if somehow the prosecutor quoting his own vulgarity ws the worst crime imaginable.

    Juicy Smo-le-ay is about to spend some time behind bars.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    @Bugg

    Mea culpa. I should have said witness statements and testimonies. For some obscure reason, I thought it was a civil case. Maybe because I thought Smollett could not be so stupid to take the stand in a criminal case.
    In Smollett's case, you can add gross stupidity to narcissism.

    , @Curle
    @Bugg

    I’ve walked into an courthouse bathroom before only to hear one very angry non-lawyer black guy rage to another, more composed non-lawyer black guy, about the stupidity of a judge who, apparently, didn’t grasp the brilliance of the man’s defense (insert imagination here). I gather from things I’ve read and heard from lawyer’s that such delusions of brilliance are common among defendants (Dunning-Kruger).

  38. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    And yet everyone laughed at Lyndon Larouche. The Queen, an international racketeer! HAHAHAHA!

  39. The
    https://www.thoughtco.com/sapir-whorf-hypothesis-1691924
    implies that if your mental repertoire lacks the category of “hate hoax”, you will have difficulty recognizing hate hoaxes as you encounter them; each instance will be sui generis, not another example of something you have seen before.

  40. It’s little known that Jussie’s rehearsal for the incident was captured on a security camera:

  41. @Jack D
    @Enemy of Earth

    It's most likely because it's a first offense. I would have said that this would have been his sentence for sure but then he got up on the witness stand and lied like rug. Judges don't like it when you lie to their face. So there's at least a small chance that the judge is going to sentence him to prison to teach him not to get on the witness stand and lie some more when you are already on trial for lying.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @Hibernian

    I don’t think it’s his first offense. I read today that he has a prior no contest plea to giving a cop his brother’s name during a DUI stop in California.

    The pessimist in me thinks he’ll get a slap on the wrist, but one can hope the obviously perjured testimony will result in some time in protective custody (solitary confinement) since he’s a gay “celebrity.”

  42. Half black,half A Jew,and all gay. What could go wrong?

    OT but one big story here in Chicago is the man who drove thru Chinatown and shot to death an old Chinese multiple times.
    Race of the shooter? Trump supporter?

  43. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    https://twitter.com/NYPDHateCrimes

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it's long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    Replies: @Thomas, @prosa123, @Negrolphin Pool, @AndrewR

    Of the three main Hasidic groups in Brooklyn only the Lubavitch in Crown Heights (who are basically the “lite” version of the Hasidim) are close to bad areas. The Satmar in Williamsburg and especially the Bobover in Borough Park are in much better areas.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @prosa123

    Are there any synagogue problems between the three?

  44. @Anonymous
    As long as 'hate crimes' are a thing, 'hate hoaxes' must be categorized as 'hate crimes' because they stir up heated racial tensions and accuse an entire community.

    When a black say he was attacked by whites, he's not talking only of that crime. He's blaming the entire community of creating a climate for such a thing.

    It's like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues. He was trying to create the impression that all these white 'antisemitic' Christians were out to get Jews.

    Smollett was out to smear half of America that voted for Trump. Yet, he gets off with misdemeanors of 'disorderly conduct'? If anything, this was an orderly conspiracy.

    Following the current logic, if I paint a swastika on a Jewish property, that is a 'hate crime'.

    But, supposing I'm Christian and I paint a hoax sign on my property that says, "We Jews hate Jesus and want to kill all you Christian scum", thus imply Jews are a hateful and hostile bunch, that only counts as 'disorderly conduct'?

    There must be legislation that really throws the book at the likes of Smollett.

    Replies: @Altai, @John Milton's Ghost, @AndrewR, @Bill Jones

    I’ve long said that if our social and political leaders want to label racism, sexism, homophobia, or whatever is the Worst Thing Ever, then a hoax regarding these -isms must be treated with near equivalence in terms of legal consequence. Attempting to label someone as evil when they are not should be considered a vile act, when if it were true it would lead to ostracism, firing, divorce, shunning, or any number of other social deaths.

    That sort of thinking, however, still assumes a sense of liberal belief that all individuals are equal before the law, and that rationality and reason aren’t just an oppressive tool of the West. Woke thinking assumes all whites are guilty, and whomever gets punished for it is just the accident of the moment. You always have it coming, whitey, so don’t complain when it does. And even if Jussie made this one up, you all really wanted to do it, so you’re still guilty.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
    @John Milton's Ghost


    And even if Jussie made this one up, you all really wanted to do it, so you’re still guilty.
     
    This is Spike Lee's claim. We have all used the N word.

    Actually the last time I used it in front of another person was in 1976 and there is a possibility that all three of the other people in the room at the time have passed away even if they would have been capable of remembering it. If I am the only living witness would that even count?
  45. @Verymuchalive
    CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson
    “When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN.

    As if the Judge didn't get this from the actual depositions. Why is CNN employing this man ? Because he's an Affirmative pick dindu.

    Replies: @Squid, @Bugg, @R.G. Camara, @JimDandy

    Why is CNN employing this man ?

    Because Jeffrey Toobin was out on a Zoom call. 🙂

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    @R.G. Camara

    LOL
    He was obviously suffering from Toobin's Complaint.

  46. Jussie, I sentence you to 2 years hard time, where you will share a cell with two large African men who love to lift weights and sodomize fairies.

    I hope you learn your lesson!

    • LOL: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @PaceLaw
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    So will this really be hard time for Juicy, or more of a spa, or bathhouse, visit for our young and vulnerable felon?

  47. @Thomas
    @Altai

    I'm always a little surprised that the Hasidim in New York don't protect themselves a little better. Years ago, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, I witnessed a homeless drug addict smash a window of a Russian deli full of families. Within seconds, said homeless drug addict was facedown on the sidewalk with two large Hasidic men kneeling on him and the Shomrim and Hatzolah (Hasidic security and private ambulance services) appearing out of nowhere in about half the time it took for the police to show up. Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @74v56ruthiyj, @ginger bread man

    Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable

    In general, private security has a stronger effect on random homeless problems than on random “teen” problems.

    While the homeless will be chased away, “teens” are more likely to take private security as a challenge to get around or goof on, especially since the teens don’t think private security will arrest them or hurt them like the cops could.

  48. @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    The fact that Jussie couldn’t find two white gay bodybuilders to fill the roles reflects poorly on his casting ability.

    Also, we now have a more memetic, more publicly-known synonym for hate hoax: “Pulling a Jussie Smollett.”

    Let’s see if it catches on.

  49. @Jack D
    @I, Libertine

    From The Manchurian Candidate.

    I remember thinking at the time how strange it was that Harris was echoing the line from the movie so closely. In the movie, the people who say this have been brainwashed. I don't think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.

    Replies: @EdwardM, @Nicholas Stix, @Colin Wright

    It would be funny if a staffer wrote that tweet to make fun of Kamala, maybe to retaliate after enduring one of her tirades.

    Or maybe Kamala really is so dumb and lacking in self-awareness.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @EdwardM

    Bingo.

    , @Haxo Angmark
    @EdwardM

    "really is so dumb and lacking...". Remember,

    this is the same VP Kamala Harris

    who left a bouquet of flowers

    at the North Viet commemorative marker

    for the shoot-down of McCain....because

    she thought it was a memorial.

  50. @Farenheit
    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of "hate hoaxes" in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @AnotherDad, @Barnard

    Not firmly planted at all. Already being pushed way down the pages by trivial celebrity news and when the verdict was announced, I checked Google News. It was the sixth story and four of the top five were variations on “white supremacy” and “systemic racism”.

    The New York Times, for instance, has never even printed the term “hate hoax.”

    What’s more, you can be permanently banned from MSM comment forums by mentioning that term in any context.

  51. Jussie realized or should have realized that his hoax might have incited violent protests, locally or in many cities. And there might have been political consequences. The sentence should reflect this. The possible consequences of his hoax were not limited to career enhancement. In a way this resembles the sentencing of arsonists; they cannot be sure that their actions will be limited to burning down a building; occupants could die or firefighters could die. They are supposed to anticipate this and so the sentence is harsh, even when the extended consequences do not occur.

  52. @War for Blair Mountain
    This is outrageous…White Males deserve to be chattel slaves as part of reparation to Black People!!!!!

    Replies: @CCZ

    “White Males deserve to be chattel slaves as part of reparation to Black People!!!!!”

    Blacks already prepared for this:

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @CCZ

    Black fantasy.

    Germanic people actually make lousy slaves. The Romans learned this the hard way.

    They pretend to go along with it and just when you think your German is nice and civil he shoves a sword through your neck.

    American Indians also made lousy slaves. They would do anything to escape and then survive in the woods with nothing. The Southerners would pay them however as ranch hands and as guides to track down escaped Africans. It's actually a myth that anyone can be enslaved. There are written accounts of how American Indians are near impossible to use as indentured servants since they become depressed and try to escape at any opportunity.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  53. Sending Smellit off to prison to do some hard time is like sending Squints off to CPR class as punishment for kissing the cute lifeguard.

  54. He should do some serious time in prison.

    But he probably won’t.

  55. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    You didn’t say ‘Mossad’ or ‘the government of Israel’. So you end up obfuscating the issue and covering for two Mossad agents working their whole careers on the direct orders of the government of Israel.

    You are also covering for the Jewish-American billionaires who funded/fronted for these Mossad agents carrying out the orders of the government of Israel (orders to pimp American girls in honey traps set for prominent men).

    • Agree: Ron Mexico, Gordo
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @smetana


    You didn’t say ‘Mossad’ or ‘the government of Israel’. So you end up obfuscating the issue and covering for two Mossad agents working their whole careers on the direct orders of the government of Israel.
     
    For some obscure reason, you (and others here) don't say "Mossad" or "the government of Israel" when-- if-- talking about the ACLU's driving Christian prayer out of the public schools in the 1960s. Eventually they got even the watered-down "intelligent design" redefined as Christian prayer. That's a pretty powerful fifth column.

    We've come a long way since Commonwealth v Cooke. Either they're against us, or they're not. Make up your mind.

    How many Canadian lives did Mossad mole Henry Morgentaler end up talking?

  56. @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    True.

  57. @Trelane

    A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
     
    According to Black's Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    In this case, not so much so. Community service. Probation. An awards ceremony. A nice write up in the New York Times. An exciting opportunity to appear in some gay television show.

    Replies: @Philbert Desanex, @Hibernian, @PaceLaw, @Escher

    Ah Trelane, But what is a class 4 felony in Illinois as opposed to what is defined as a felony in Black’s Law dictionary? That’s the true question. Something tells me that jail time (probably under 16 months) will be called for.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @PaceLaw

    It is very important Smollett spends at least some time in prison. One is that he deserves it and the other is that this will be on his permanent record making it near impossible for him to do to anyone else ever again.

    False accusations are much more common then people realize particularly in the family court system. It is very easy to do and even when someone gets caught, they are rarely punished. That should tell you how flagrant this was. He might end up being the only person convicted of this crime in the last decade.

    Lastly, it will be easy to hold up Jussie Smollett and waive him like a bloody shirt next time a talking head denies this exists. He will become a caricature not that he isn't already.

  58. @Philbert Desanex
    @Trelane

    I'm not clear why Smollet did not receive an extra charge of lying under oath. If he testified that he never lied to police or about other aspects of the case that were contradictory to the actual events, that seems a clear case of perjury.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ben tillman, @nokangaroos

    You can’t be charged until after you’ve committed the offense. And the prosecution can’t just add a charge in the middle of the trial.

  59. Not surprised at all that Juicy got convicted. His story was too absurd and implausible for even a simple-minded Chicago
    jury to believe. The laughable story comes down to the fact that this gay, nominally talented black actor thought that victimhood status was all that he needed to make it in today’s world. Shockingly, he was proved incorrect.

  60. It would be true that they would have to file a new criminal charge for perjury; but nothing in the law precludes the inclusion of perjury in sentencing by the judge. Jack is right. When you lie to a judge they really don’t like that.

    I think his defense lawyers might have some liability to suborning perjury by coaching him to lie. I’d appreciate any comments on that legal theory by the lawyers here.

    He lied to the cops in California, and I hope that is put before the judge during sentencing.

  61. @Jack D
    @Enemy of Earth

    It's most likely because it's a first offense. I would have said that this would have been his sentence for sure but then he got up on the witness stand and lied like rug. Judges don't like it when you lie to their face. So there's at least a small chance that the judge is going to sentence him to prison to teach him not to get on the witness stand and lie some more when you are already on trial for lying.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @Hibernian

    He was caught giving a family member’s address, I think his brother’s, when he was pulled over for DUI in, I believe, Califonia. Don’t remember how long ago this was. It’ll probably be a minor factor, if it’s a factor at all.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Hibernian


    He was caught giving a family member’s address, I think his brother’s, when he was pulled over for DUI in, I believe, Califonia. Don’t remember how long ago this was. It’ll probably be a minor factor, if it’s a factor at all.
     
    Someone in the Howie Hawkins Wisconsin campaign mistakenly put down a business address rather than a residence when applying for ballot status. Kanye West's rep arrived less than a minute late for the same thing.

    "It’ll probably be a minor factor, if it’s a factor at all."

    This was enough to keep both men off the ballot, and throw the state to Biden. At least virtually.

  62. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    https://twitter.com/NYPDHateCrimes

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it's long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    Replies: @Thomas, @prosa123, @Negrolphin Pool, @AndrewR

    Is there a bail fund?

  63. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Jussie, I sentence you to 2 years hard time, where you will share a cell with two large African men who love to lift weights and sodomize fairies.

    I hope you learn your lesson!

    Replies: @PaceLaw

    So will this really be hard time for Juicy, or more of a spa, or bathhouse, visit for our young and vulnerable felon?

  64. @Steve Sailer
    @Philbert Desanex

    Vincent Bugliosi said in his OJ book that you are basically allowed to get on the stand and lie in your self-defense. Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting, and prosecuting them after they are found innocent sounds like a tough row to hoe.

    I suspect that prosecutors believe that encouraging the guilty to take the stand increases the chances of a guilty verdict, so they don't want to discourage it.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Hypnotoad666, @International Jew

    I remember Vincent Bugliosi’s OJ book. He said, in effect, guilty defendants will lie when they testify and it’s considered part of the game.

    I saw Vince on, I think, Larry King’s show after the OJ criminal trial verdict. He said if there had been a hung jury and retrial, there was some talk of hiring Vincent Bugliosi as Special Prosecutor for the retrial.

    Vince said, “I would have been willing to do it.”

    That’s what happened with Smollett–A veteran former prosecutor was chosen when the Cook County State’s Attorney refused to try Smollett.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @David In TN

    Uhh, if you read a little about Vincent Bugliosi, you'll find he has no credibility at all. Tom O'Neill discusses him in his book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. Or just listen to Joe Rogan's lengthy interview with O'Neill.

    Replies: @Tony massey, @Jack D, @Hypnotoad666

  65. @Ralph L
    I had to look up Jazmine Barnes. The wrongfully-accused white burglar hung himself in jail 5 months after 2 black guys were arrested for her murder. I guess the stress was too much, or another inmate still thought he was guilty.

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @YetAnotherAnon

    Or maybe he got tired of the vile, systematic (and often sexual) torture that is meted out by negroes upon white men in America’s prisons? But which is never acknowledged in the main stream media?

    BTW, was there a multi-million dollar settlement for his family? Was Shaun King ever held accountable, in any way? Are all these questions inevitably rhetorical?

  66. @Altai
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSNY1yYPPYA

    And then Ellen Page 'became' Elliot Page. We to shut down social media for women born after 1985 until we figure out what's going on.

    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec12JKkrhOo

    And here is Chappelle more or less saying Steve's original piece on the incident but in Chappelle style.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZXoErL2124

    It should also not be forgotten that he sent threatening messages about himself to the production offices of Empire with letters cut out of magazines just to add to the insanity of it all.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @VivaLaMigra, @Paperback Writer

    What Jussie did is a slap in the face to countless numbers of black people who concocted considerably less preposterous-sounding hate crime hoaxes. How can these activists ever hope to be taken seriously again?

  67. OT: This just in!

    San Francisco is still a well qualified Third World Shithole
    chock full of horrible people! ☹️

    https://michaelshellenberger.substack.com/p/why-looting-turned-san-francisco

  68. As a non-lawyer, I find the title of the crime he committed, Disorderly Conduct, strangely named for a Felony. It sounds like what you’d be charged with if you had too much to drink and were making a scene on a public sidewalk.

    • Agree: Hibernian, Gordo
  69. @smetana
    @JohnnyWalker123

    You didn't say 'Mossad' or 'the government of Israel'. So you end up obfuscating the issue and covering for two Mossad agents working their whole careers on the direct orders of the government of Israel.

    You are also covering for the Jewish-American billionaires who funded/fronted for these Mossad agents carrying out the orders of the government of Israel (orders to pimp American girls in honey traps set for prominent men).

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You didn’t say ‘Mossad’ or ‘the government of Israel’. So you end up obfuscating the issue and covering for two Mossad agents working their whole careers on the direct orders of the government of Israel.

    For some obscure reason, you (and others here) don’t say “Mossad” or “the government of Israel” when– if– talking about the ACLU’s driving Christian prayer out of the public schools in the 1960s. Eventually they got even the watered-down “intelligent design” redefined as Christian prayer. That’s a pretty powerful fifth column.

    We’ve come a long way since Commonwealth v Cooke. Either they’re against us, or they’re not. Make up your mind.

    How many Canadian lives did Mossad mole Henry Morgentaler end up talking?

  70. @Anonymous
    As long as 'hate crimes' are a thing, 'hate hoaxes' must be categorized as 'hate crimes' because they stir up heated racial tensions and accuse an entire community.

    When a black say he was attacked by whites, he's not talking only of that crime. He's blaming the entire community of creating a climate for such a thing.

    It's like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues. He was trying to create the impression that all these white 'antisemitic' Christians were out to get Jews.

    Smollett was out to smear half of America that voted for Trump. Yet, he gets off with misdemeanors of 'disorderly conduct'? If anything, this was an orderly conspiracy.

    Following the current logic, if I paint a swastika on a Jewish property, that is a 'hate crime'.

    But, supposing I'm Christian and I paint a hoax sign on my property that says, "We Jews hate Jesus and want to kill all you Christian scum", thus imply Jews are a hateful and hostile bunch, that only counts as 'disorderly conduct'?

    There must be legislation that really throws the book at the likes of Smollett.

    Replies: @Altai, @John Milton's Ghost, @AndrewR, @Bill Jones

    For that legislation to be written and passed, we would have to live in a country ruled by people who don’t benefit from anti-white hate hoaxes and hate crimes.

    • Agree: Moses
  71. @Verymuchalive
    CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson
    “When you testify in a case, the judge now gets a sense of what you said,” Jackson told CNN.

    As if the Judge didn't get this from the actual depositions. Why is CNN employing this man ? Because he's an Affirmative pick dindu.

    Replies: @Squid, @Bugg, @R.G. Camara, @JimDandy

    Another take from CNN:

    “Hannity, and other bad faith media personalities on the right, used Smollett’s conviction to (predictably) attack the news media and aim to delegitimize the credibility of the entire press.
    The tactic is dishonest, yet simple: Take an actual act of deception, in this case one that was perpetrated by an actor and covered heavily by the press, and then use it to suggest that anything reported by mainstream sources cannot be trusted. Everything is a hoax.”

  72. @Jack D
    @I, Libertine

    From The Manchurian Candidate.

    I remember thinking at the time how strange it was that Harris was echoing the line from the movie so closely. In the movie, the people who say this have been brainwashed. I don't think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.

    Replies: @EdwardM, @Nicholas Stix, @Colin Wright

    Apparently, some monkeys can randomly type out the complete works of Shakespeare, given a little more time than Kamala.

    • Agree: I, Libertine
  73. @Steve Sailer
    @Philbert Desanex

    Vincent Bugliosi said in his OJ book that you are basically allowed to get on the stand and lie in your self-defense. Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting, and prosecuting them after they are found innocent sounds like a tough row to hoe.

    I suspect that prosecutors believe that encouraging the guilty to take the stand increases the chances of a guilty verdict, so they don't want to discourage it.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Hypnotoad666, @International Jew

    “Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting.”

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction. That does seem unfair. It’s sort of a mirror image of “right to remain silent” — you shouldn’t be doubly punished merely for testifying on your own behalf.

    • Replies: @Jim
    @Hypnotoad666

    A defendant is not required to testify.

    , @Jack D
    @Hypnotoad666

    No one said anything about automatically. The prosecutor has to exercise his discretion whether to charge you with the new crime of perjury and you would have to be tried again and convicted by a separate jury of that.

    I would say though that the jury convicting you the 1st time is pretty strong evidence that you were lying. Are you saying that you have a license to lie freely under oath in your own defense and should never be prosecuted? You have the right to testify TRUTHFULLY, not to lie your ass off. You have no Constitutional right to lie under oath. Jussie got up there on the stand and told a cock and bull story again, except this time he was under oath and telling it to a judge and jury. I don't see why he should get a free pass for this.

    As Steve says, prosecutors don't want to discourage defendants from testifying because it often (as in this case) backfires and helps the prosecution, especially if they are actually guilty. The prosecution's fondest wish (which is not often granted because of the right to remain silent) is often to get the defendant on the stand so they can poke holes in his story. So they don't prosecute perjury as a practical matter. But they could as a matter of law.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    , @Right_On
    @Hypnotoad666

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction.

    When you enter a plea of not guilty at the start of a trial you are not under oath, so can't later be charged with perjury.

    Also, for a defendant to be found guilty, The Prosecution has to prove its case "beyond reasonable doubt". You could later say that your not-guilty plea simply meant you didn't think the case against you was strong enough to result in a conviction!

  74. @prosa123
    @Altai

    Of the three main Hasidic groups in Brooklyn only the Lubavitch in Crown Heights (who are basically the "lite" version of the Hasidim) are close to bad areas. The Satmar in Williamsburg and especially the Bobover in Borough Park are in much better areas.

    Replies: @anonymous

    Are there any synagogue problems between the three?

  75. @Thomas
    @Altai

    I'm always a little surprised that the Hasidim in New York don't protect themselves a little better. Years ago, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, I witnessed a homeless drug addict smash a window of a Russian deli full of families. Within seconds, said homeless drug addict was facedown on the sidewalk with two large Hasidic men kneeling on him and the Shomrim and Hatzolah (Hasidic security and private ambulance services) appearing out of nowhere in about half the time it took for the police to show up. Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @74v56ruthiyj, @ginger bread man

    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice) He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @74v56ruthiyj


    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice)
     
    California's gun laws tend to cause California gun owners to opt for "fewer bullets, bigger holes" choices. The Glock 23 is still probably one of the most popular handguns in the state, despite .40 S&W having fallen out of fashion in most of the rest of the country. If you're stuck with no more than 10 rounds, no reason to go with 9mm over .40.

    He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.
     
    There's a long history of Hasidic smuggling that takes advantage of their sartorial peculiarities. The first large shipments of ecstasy in the US were brought in from Europe to New York by a Hasidic smuggling ring. Hasidim in Antwerp move diamonds wrapped up in their prayer shawls.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  76. Unlike Fake Vice President Kamala Harris, I actually know how to say “Kamala.”

    For many years, I had an Indian Aunt Kamala by marriage in Trinidad, may she rest in peace. (My late father-in-law’s kid sister.)

  77. @Hibernian
    @Jack D

    He was caught giving a family member's address, I think his brother's, when he was pulled over for DUI in, I believe, Califonia. Don't remember how long ago this was. It'll probably be a minor factor, if it's a factor at all.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    He was caught giving a family member’s address, I think his brother’s, when he was pulled over for DUI in, I believe, Califonia. Don’t remember how long ago this was. It’ll probably be a minor factor, if it’s a factor at all.

    Someone in the Howie Hawkins Wisconsin campaign mistakenly put down a business address rather than a residence when applying for ballot status. Kanye West’s rep arrived less than a minute late for the same thing.

    “It’ll probably be a minor factor, if it’s a factor at all.”

    This was enough to keep both men off the ballot, and throw the state to Biden. At least virtually.

  78. @Philbert Desanex
    @Trelane

    I'm not clear why Smollet did not receive an extra charge of lying under oath. If he testified that he never lied to police or about other aspects of the case that were contradictory to the actual events, that seems a clear case of perjury.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ben tillman, @nokangaroos

    Conspiracy, criminal incitement, and federal hate crime.
    Oh, and make him civilly liable for every black-on-White, Jew-on-White
    and homo-on-White violent incident for as long as the sordid coverage lasts.

  79. I hadn’t really thought this scurrilous liar would be convicted on any charges, although I didn’t follow the trashy trial closely. I thought there would either be a complete acquittal or a hung jury. But I did follow the original incident closely. Recall that I live in downtown Chicago: I knew immediately that this story was a hoax. In fact this story is what sent me searching online to find what little objective coverage there was. Thank you, Steve Sailer, for staying with this story in 2019 when few others did. I myself don’t want the lying actor to go to jail, but I would like for him to pay the city at least \$1 million and never work as an actor again.

  80. I would have predicted that Smollett wouldn’t have gone to trial. Or, at best, found innocent. I would have been friggin’ wrong. So that’s neat.

    Maybe he’ll get off on appeal?

  81. @Steve Sailer
    @Philbert Desanex

    Vincent Bugliosi said in his OJ book that you are basically allowed to get on the stand and lie in your self-defense. Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting, and prosecuting them after they are found innocent sounds like a tough row to hoe.

    I suspect that prosecutors believe that encouraging the guilty to take the stand increases the chances of a guilty verdict, so they don't want to discourage it.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Hypnotoad666, @International Jew

    And then there were the multiple cases of lying to the police and perjury in the Darren Wilson (Ferguson) trial, that were never prosecuted.

  82. Early on, Kim Foxx the Chicago DA declined to prosecute Smollett. So what happened to bring his prosecution about after all?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @International Jew

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.

    Replies: @odin

  83. If you are a student and only read one thing on the Internet today, make it this: https://abigailshrier.substack.com/p/what-i-told-the-students-of-princeton

  84. @SafeNow
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/26/18/11487896-6852889-image-a-22_1553624944081.jpg

    I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Bill in Glendale, @International Jew, @AnotherDad, @Muggles

    Why don’t black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    • Replies: @Ralph L
    @International Jew

    His tattoos likely stood out more when they were fresh. Light colors would fade even faster. You'd think darker skinned guys would figure out they're a bad investment.

    , @Hannah Katz
    @International Jew

    Good point. I think gold ink would look good as a contrast.

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

    , @AnotherDad
    @International Jew


    Why don’t black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.
     
    Cause they don't want to look stupid, like all the low IQ white people covered with these ugly tattoos?

    Replies: @Truth

    , @Truth
    @International Jew

    White Tattoo Ink!

    Eureka, Bro. that seems like a BILLION dollar startup for a bright Khazarim such as yourself!

  85. @Jack D
    @I, Libertine

    From The Manchurian Candidate.

    I remember thinking at the time how strange it was that Harris was echoing the line from the movie so closely. In the movie, the people who say this have been brainwashed. I don't think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.

    Replies: @EdwardM, @Nicholas Stix, @Colin Wright

    ‘I don’t think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.’

    I think you’re way overestimating the depth of that particular consciousness. You’re making it sound like the Marianas Trench when it’s more like a muddy puddle.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Colin Wright

    I agree but it's still strange. Was it just a coincidence that she repeated the line from the movie almost verbatim? Did she vaguely remember the line (the way that Biden "remembered" Kinnock's speech) but didn't remember that it was made in the context of brainwashing? How did those words get from Hollwood 1962 to Kamala's mouth?

  86. @Hypnotoad666
    @Steve Sailer

    "Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting."

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction. That does seem unfair. It's sort of a mirror image of "right to remain silent" -- you shouldn't be doubly punished merely for testifying on your own behalf.

    Replies: @Jim, @Jack D, @Right_On

    A defendant is not required to testify.

  87. Off Topic: New York City will allow non-citizens to vote in municipal elections.
    https://www.politico.com/states/new-york/city-hall/story/2021/12/09/new-york-becomes-largest-city-to-grant-vote-to-noncitizens-1399231

    So the wokesters must be ecstatic at enfranchising all these foreigners, right? Actually, a bunch of Democrats are against it. Not because they care about the rights of American citizens, but because letting foreigners vote might dilute the influence of the most sacred group of all.

    Council Member Laurie Cumbo of Brooklyn was among the Democrats who opposed the bill. “This particular legislation is going to shift the power dynamics in New York City in a major way,” Cumbo said. “We do not have the numbers or the information to know how that is going to impact African-American communities who have been the most vulnerable in our existence in our city.”

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Hypnotoad666

    I'm sure the election personnel in NYC are going to scrupulously keep separate voting rolls for municipal and non-municipal elections.

  88. @Trelane

    A disorderly conduct charge for a false crime report is a Class 4 felony and punishable by up to three years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
     
    According to Black's Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    In this case, not so much so. Community service. Probation. An awards ceremony. A nice write up in the New York Times. An exciting opportunity to appear in some gay television show.

    Replies: @Philbert Desanex, @Hibernian, @PaceLaw, @Escher

    According to Black’s Law Dictionary a felony is a serious crime usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

    According to Black law a felony is a minimum requirement to graduate to the next level in da hood.

  89. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    Speaking of hate crimes, there is a NYPD hate crime twitter account and a big running theme are attacks by black guys on Hasidic Jews.

    https://twitter.com/NYPDHateCrimes

    The conflict between the clannish anti-social Hasidim and poor blacks they displace with their every growing numbers and terra-forming of spaces such as converting apartment buildings to suite Hasidic dictats and preferentially letting to them is one which receives almost no media coverage despite it's long standing nature.

    These kinds of random attacks are territory-marking behaviour.

    Replies: @Thomas, @prosa123, @Negrolphin Pool, @AndrewR

    Based blacks

  90. The phrase “fake hate crime” appears in a New York Times headline!

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/09/arts/television/jussie-smollett-guilty.html

    Will “hate hoax” come next?

  91. It was clearly an anti-Semitic jury.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  92. @International Jew
    @SafeNow

    Why don't black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Hannah Katz, @AnotherDad, @Truth

    His tattoos likely stood out more when they were fresh. Light colors would fade even faster. You’d think darker skinned guys would figure out they’re a bad investment.

  93. I think history should record that I came up with the fakenoose hashtag.

  94. @Ralph L
    I had to look up Jazmine Barnes. The wrongfully-accused white burglar hung himself in jail 5 months after 2 black guys were arrested for her murder. I guess the stress was too much, or another inmate still thought he was guilty.

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @YetAnotherAnon

    “the wrongfully-accused white burglar hung himself in jail 5 months after 2 black guys were arrested for her murder”

    Got any links for this story? I had no idea there was a story here apart from mistaken identity gang stuff. Are you saying they found a Great White Defendant?

  95. @International Jew
    @SafeNow

    Why don't black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Hannah Katz, @AnotherDad, @Truth

    Good point. I think gold ink would look good as a contrast.

    • LOL: Gordo
    • Replies: @Pat Kittle
    @Hannah Katz


    Good point. I think gold ink would look good as a contrast.
     
    Tattooed gold chain bling, the next big thing.
  96. The worst thing about this is it actually went to trial. In a functioning legal system Smollett and the prosecution would have negotiated a solution that would have avoided the silly trial. Admitting guilt and some sort of symbolic punishment like community service and as he might have some wealth a fine.

  97. The most interesting thing was that he refused to hand over his phone, and that he got all those high-ranking political and celeb endorsements. I imagine there must have been some interesting texts, especially as there was some ludicrous ‘anti-lynching’ bill going through. Who knows if Jussie was trying to help the politicians, or if they told him to do it.

  98. @International Jew
    Early on, Kim Foxx the Chicago DA declined to prosecute Smollett. So what happened to bring his prosecution about after all?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.

    • Replies: @odin
    @Hibernian


    Early on, Kim Foxx the Chicago DA declined to prosecute Smollett. So what happened to bring his prosecution about after all?
     

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.
     
    Is this an Illinois thing or nationwide?

    When a Soros DA won't prosecute, can there be a Special Prosecutor petition? If so, who can petition and who has to approve?

    Replies: @Hibernian

  99. @Farenheit
    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of "hate hoaxes" in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @AnotherDad, @Barnard

    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of “hate hoaxes” in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.

    Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity.

    But the problem is “Why did we even need this to get “hate hoax” out there?”

    Why was Trump responding to Biden and Harris with “this smells like yet another hate-hoax” and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris immediately respond by slandering white Americans.”

    Our problem is that we don’t have “conservative” politicians who are saying “yet another hate-hoax” and “yet another blood libel”…

    We do not have conservative politicians who speak simple basic truths:
    — “Different people, different groups of people have different genes and cultures and will have different outcomes in life. The Democrats blaming those on white people is the worst sort of toxic politics.”
    — “Diversity is not a strength but a source of contention and conflict.”
    — “Immigration is population replacement.”
    — “Immigration without end, mathematically means the America your children, grandchildren, your posterity inherit, will get progressively more crowded, more contentious, more unpleasant, more impoverished … until it’s so unpleasant that no one else wants to come. That’s what the Democrats want for your kids.”
    — “Deplorable white people are not the property of minorities. But like anyone else entitled to live as they wish, with whom they wish, according to their own norms values and culture.”
    — “If we no longer share traditional American norms, values, traditions, holidays, heroes, history, our culture. No longer agree on our public norms and culture, then we are not one nation, and should peacefully separate.”

    Jussie’s a propaganda win. But our problem is we do not have conservative politicians who are even fighting. We don’t have conservatives who are actually trying to conserve anything.

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @AnotherDad

    "Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity."

    I disagree somewhat and here's why. Immediately after the initial noose incident, pretty much the entire Chicago political Machine came out in support of Smellit, and because his allegations were so utterly ridiculous, it ended up being a huge embarrassment for Fox, Lightfoot, and all of the other negro bosses in Cook County. One does not simply throw egg in the face of the Machine and walk away unscathed. The guilty verdict was retribution to It. So he will accept his public shaming, receive probation, and sanity will continue to ebb away.

    , @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    You keep doing this - Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants. The only kind of diversity this implicates is blacks ("diversity" BTW is code for black and not anything else most of the time). The whole BLM thing, the current crime wave, the massive spending Biden is proposing, the dismantling of historical monuments, the retconning of blacks into history, everything is about blacks and nothing but blacks so stop taking it out on Rajiv and Jose who have nothing to do with it.

    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats despite the fact that they have a natural dislike of blacks and baizuos.

    Replies: @Moses, @Mr. Anon

  100. @Hypnotoad666
    Off Topic: New York City will allow non-citizens to vote in municipal elections.
    https://www.politico.com/states/new-york/city-hall/story/2021/12/09/new-york-becomes-largest-city-to-grant-vote-to-noncitizens-1399231

    So the wokesters must be ecstatic at enfranchising all these foreigners, right? Actually, a bunch of Democrats are against it. Not because they care about the rights of American citizens, but because letting foreigners vote might dilute the influence of the most sacred group of all.

    Council Member Laurie Cumbo of Brooklyn was among the Democrats who opposed the bill. “This particular legislation is going to shift the power dynamics in New York City in a major way,” Cumbo said. “We do not have the numbers or the information to know how that is going to impact African-American communities who have been the most vulnerable in our existence in our city.”
     

    Replies: @Hibernian

    I’m sure the election personnel in NYC are going to scrupulously keep separate voting rolls for municipal and non-municipal elections.

    • LOL: ic1000
  101. Re: Kamala and Joe tweets
    They may be entirely unable to spot obvious BS, in which case our nation is in a very dangerous position. Alternatively, they knew this was BS but played the crowd. I’m not sure which is worse, but both are really, really bad looks for senior leaders.

    In contrast, go back and read the though process Steve went through before calling out the VA Tech initiation rape on glass hoax. On it’s face it had to be a hoax, or at best the actual facts were mangled beyond recognition. And yet Steve didn’t call out hoax immediately. He showed self awareness of his own biases and thought it through beyond reasonable doubt. I cautioned several people not to believe everything they see on the news, but didn’t bother to tweet.

    BTW, Smollette is far from being the first celebrity to stage this sort of hoax. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/morton-downey-jrs-america_b_3408297

    But in the day, the fact that Morton Downey Jr.’s swastika didn’t pass the sniff test was called out pretty quickly by media.

  102. @International Jew
    @SafeNow

    Why don't black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Hannah Katz, @AnotherDad, @Truth

    Why don’t black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Cause they don’t want to look stupid, like all the low IQ white people covered with these ugly tattoos?

    • Replies: @Truth
    @AnotherDad

    Actually, don't be fooled, a lot of them are quite brilliant...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l6JUNFAJ9o

  103. @SafeNow
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/26/18/11487896-6852889-image-a-22_1553624944081.jpg

    I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Bill in Glendale, @International Jew, @AnotherDad, @Muggles

    So of all the other 7 billion people in the world ..

    our immigration policy selects out these as people we need to add to America.

    • Agree: SafeNow
  104. Given what happens in prison, wouldn’t prison time be a reward for Smollett rather than a punishment?

  105. @Hypnotoad666
    @Steve Sailer

    "Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting."

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction. That does seem unfair. It's sort of a mirror image of "right to remain silent" -- you shouldn't be doubly punished merely for testifying on your own behalf.

    Replies: @Jim, @Jack D, @Right_On

    No one said anything about automatically. The prosecutor has to exercise his discretion whether to charge you with the new crime of perjury and you would have to be tried again and convicted by a separate jury of that.

    I would say though that the jury convicting you the 1st time is pretty strong evidence that you were lying. Are you saying that you have a license to lie freely under oath in your own defense and should never be prosecuted? You have the right to testify TRUTHFULLY, not to lie your ass off. You have no Constitutional right to lie under oath. Jussie got up there on the stand and told a cock and bull story again, except this time he was under oath and telling it to a judge and jury. I don’t see why he should get a free pass for this.

    As Steve says, prosecutors don’t want to discourage defendants from testifying because it often (as in this case) backfires and helps the prosecution, especially if they are actually guilty. The prosecution’s fondest wish (which is not often granted because of the right to remain silent) is often to get the defendant on the stand so they can poke holes in his story. So they don’t prosecute perjury as a practical matter. But they could as a matter of law.

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Jack D

    I am not saying you have a constitutional right to perjury. It's just a practical/fairness issue and the recognition that every loss at trial represents a jury's rejection of your story. We've seen perjury/lying charges weaponized as "process crimes" that can be charged over any factual discrepancies. So they are ripe for abuse.

    With that said, I can see where this case may be the rare one where it's appropriate to double-dip with an add-on perjury charge because: (a) the perjury offense may be more serious than the underlying crimes he was tried for in the first place; (b) lying to the police (not under oath) was the original offense; and (c) his lies are so preposterous.

    But what if a second jury decides he didn't commit perjury when he told his preposterous story and that the first jury was wrong to disbelieve him? That would be awkward for the prosecutors.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

  106. @AnotherDad
    @Farenheit


    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of “hate hoaxes” in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.
     
    Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity.


    But the problem is "Why did we even need this to get "hate hoax" out there?"

    Why was Trump responding to Biden and Harris with "this smells like yet another hate-hoax" and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris immediately respond by slandering white Americans."

    Our problem is that we don't have "conservative" politicians who are saying "yet another hate-hoax" and "yet another blood libel"...

    We do not have conservative politicians who speak simple basic truths:
    -- "Different people, different groups of people have different genes and cultures and will have different outcomes in life. The Democrats blaming those on white people is the worst sort of toxic politics."
    -- "Diversity is not a strength but a source of contention and conflict."
    -- "Immigration is population replacement."
    -- "Immigration without end, mathematically means the America your children, grandchildren, your posterity inherit, will get progressively more crowded, more contentious, more unpleasant, more impoverished ... until it's so unpleasant that no one else wants to come. That's what the Democrats want for your kids."
    -- "Deplorable white people are not the property of minorities. But like anyone else entitled to live as they wish, with whom they wish, according to their own norms values and culture."
    -- "If we no longer share traditional American norms, values, traditions, holidays, heroes, history, our culture. No longer agree on our public norms and culture, then we are not one nation, and should peacefully separate."

    Jussie's a propaganda win. But our problem is we do not have conservative politicians who are even fighting. We don't have conservatives who are actually trying to conserve anything.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Jack D

    “Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity.”

    I disagree somewhat and here’s why. Immediately after the initial noose incident, pretty much the entire Chicago political Machine came out in support of Smellit, and because his allegations were so utterly ridiculous, it ended up being a huge embarrassment for Fox, Lightfoot, and all of the other negro bosses in Cook County. One does not simply throw egg in the face of the Machine and walk away unscathed. The guilty verdict was retribution to It. So he will accept his public shaming, receive probation, and sanity will continue to ebb away.

  107. @Thomas
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.
     
    Michael was whoever was giving Epstein his orders. Epstein was Fredo, right down to the ignominious disposal when he became inconvenient.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    Fredo was not killed when he became inconvenient. That happened years before. He was killed because their mom had finally died and Michael could kill him without her knowing about it. Also the mafia is hardly in the same league as Mossad, CIA, and MI6. Kind of like the Detroit Lions and the New England Patriots if you want to use silly analogies.

  108. @AnotherDad
    @Farenheit


    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of “hate hoaxes” in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.
     
    Agree Farenheit, ironically Jussie here has moved the ball forward for team sanity.


    But the problem is "Why did we even need this to get "hate hoax" out there?"

    Why was Trump responding to Biden and Harris with "this smells like yet another hate-hoax" and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris immediately respond by slandering white Americans."

    Our problem is that we don't have "conservative" politicians who are saying "yet another hate-hoax" and "yet another blood libel"...

    We do not have conservative politicians who speak simple basic truths:
    -- "Different people, different groups of people have different genes and cultures and will have different outcomes in life. The Democrats blaming those on white people is the worst sort of toxic politics."
    -- "Diversity is not a strength but a source of contention and conflict."
    -- "Immigration is population replacement."
    -- "Immigration without end, mathematically means the America your children, grandchildren, your posterity inherit, will get progressively more crowded, more contentious, more unpleasant, more impoverished ... until it's so unpleasant that no one else wants to come. That's what the Democrats want for your kids."
    -- "Deplorable white people are not the property of minorities. But like anyone else entitled to live as they wish, with whom they wish, according to their own norms values and culture."
    -- "If we no longer share traditional American norms, values, traditions, holidays, heroes, history, our culture. No longer agree on our public norms and culture, then we are not one nation, and should peacefully separate."

    Jussie's a propaganda win. But our problem is we do not have conservative politicians who are even fighting. We don't have conservatives who are actually trying to conserve anything.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Jack D

    You keep doing this – Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants. The only kind of diversity this implicates is blacks (“diversity” BTW is code for black and not anything else most of the time). The whole BLM thing, the current crime wave, the massive spending Biden is proposing, the dismantling of historical monuments, the retconning of blacks into history, everything is about blacks and nothing but blacks so stop taking it out on Rajiv and Jose who have nothing to do with it.

    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats despite the fact that they have a natural dislike of blacks and baizuos.

    • Replies: @Moses
    @Jack D


    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats

     

    Lol. You are funny Jack D.

    Browns and Blacks will NEVER vote GOP. NEVER. It's just not a thing. Never will be.

    Blacks vote 9:1 Dem. Asians like 3:1. Hispanics similar. Will never change.

    Polls on things like "support free speech" show that only a majority of Whites support it. Blacks and Browns do not support free speech, never have.

    It's almost as if the Constitution was written by and for a certain people (Whites) that valued certain things, and is not a suitable value system or government for other peoples.

    Weird.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Jack D


    You keep doing this – Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants.
     
    And the second largest group of hate-hoax perpetrators appear to be.................. ah, well, never mind.

    You keep doing this - counseling that we must accept immigration. It's inevitable, so you say, we should just accept the rigged game that has been prepared for us.

    I don't think I'd want you for my lawyer.

    Replies: @Jack D

  109. So…
    Hayden Monahan must have…learned his lesson?
    Poor little Jussie had to hire a couple of Nigerian rent boys to do the job Americans just won’t do?
    This instance of a member of the Diversity-American Community getting hammered by The Man can stand as a point on the downwardly sloping graph of our society: once upon a time it was The Juice; now it’s just Juicy.

    (JoooooSeeeee! Cho got some Splay-Nin to do!)

  110. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    You keep doing this - Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants. The only kind of diversity this implicates is blacks ("diversity" BTW is code for black and not anything else most of the time). The whole BLM thing, the current crime wave, the massive spending Biden is proposing, the dismantling of historical monuments, the retconning of blacks into history, everything is about blacks and nothing but blacks so stop taking it out on Rajiv and Jose who have nothing to do with it.

    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats despite the fact that they have a natural dislike of blacks and baizuos.

    Replies: @Moses, @Mr. Anon

    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats

    Lol. You are funny Jack D.

    Browns and Blacks will NEVER vote GOP. NEVER. It’s just not a thing. Never will be.

    Blacks vote 9:1 Dem. Asians like 3:1. Hispanics similar. Will never change.

    Polls on things like “support free speech” show that only a majority of Whites support it. Blacks and Browns do not support free speech, never have.

    It’s almost as if the Constitution was written by and for a certain people (Whites) that valued certain things, and is not a suitable value system or government for other peoples.

    Weird.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Moses

    Hispanic Voters Now Evenly Split Between Parties, WSJ Poll Finds

    https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/hispanic-voters-now-evenly-split-between-parties-wsj-poll-finds-11638972769

    Replies: @Moses

  111. Sir Charles, for one, was not fooled:

  112. @Farenheit
    He may or may-not get time, but if this circus firmly plants the idea of "hate hoaxes" in the public consciousness, well, we will have gotten a big victory after all.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @AnotherDad, @Barnard

    None of the normies I talked to about this case when it happened believed Smollett’s story. Some of these people had fallen for other hate hoaxes. How stupid of the Democratic party establishment to rush to support the cause of such an obvious lie. It really reinforces the idea they are afraid of their base.

  113. @David In TN
    @Steve Sailer

    I remember Vincent Bugliosi's OJ book. He said, in effect, guilty defendants will lie when they testify and it's considered part of the game.

    I saw Vince on, I think, Larry King's show after the OJ criminal trial verdict. He said if there had been a hung jury and retrial, there was some talk of hiring Vincent Bugliosi as Special Prosecutor for the retrial.

    Vince said, "I would have been willing to do it."

    That's what happened with Smollett--A veteran former prosecutor was chosen when the Cook County State's Attorney refused to try Smollett.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    Uhh, if you read a little about Vincent Bugliosi, you’ll find he has no credibility at all. Tom O’Neill discusses him in his book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. Or just listen to Joe Rogan’s lengthy interview with O’Neill.

    • Replies: @Tony massey
    @Harry Baldwin

    He got Charlie all wrong. Charlie wasn't as nearly as bad as they said. He was good with a catchy tune and he overstood what needed to be done, what was necessary if you will.
    Sure sure Charlie was out there. Not saying he wasn't an...odd bird but he wasn't as bad as they made him out to be.
    That's all I'm saying. I imagine most of us have prolly known someone worse. The good Lord knows i have. Eh, Charlie wasn't that bad. Not as bad as they said anyway.

    , @Jack D
    @Harry Baldwin

    Sure Bugliosi is a bit of a blow hard who overstates his accomplishments. This doesn't mean that he has zero credibility.

    Given the sheer incompetence of the LA DA's office (starting with the choice of venue and jury selection - the case was lost even before it began) it's not hard to believe that Bugliosi could have done a better job if there had been a retrial. But their incompetence was of such a magnitude that they couldn't even get 1 vote to convict despite the fact that it was frickin' obvious that OJ done it.

    Replies: @David In TN

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Harry Baldwin


    Or just listen to Joe Rogan’s lengthy interview with O’Neill.
     
    Wild stuff. Especially Manson's involvement with the CIA's LSD experiments and how he may have been a government informant/asset.

    https://youtu.be/r1hv5P4SwbU
  114. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    You keep doing this - Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants. The only kind of diversity this implicates is blacks ("diversity" BTW is code for black and not anything else most of the time). The whole BLM thing, the current crime wave, the massive spending Biden is proposing, the dismantling of historical monuments, the retconning of blacks into history, everything is about blacks and nothing but blacks so stop taking it out on Rajiv and Jose who have nothing to do with it.

    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats despite the fact that they have a natural dislike of blacks and baizuos.

    Replies: @Moses, @Mr. Anon

    You keep doing this – Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants.

    And the second largest group of hate-hoax perpetrators appear to be……………… ah, well, never mind.

    You keep doing this – counseling that we must accept immigration. It’s inevitable, so you say, we should just accept the rigged game that has been prepared for us.

    I don’t think I’d want you for my lawyer.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Mr. Anon

    I assume you mean Jews. There was some Jewish (Israeli?) kid who was calling in a bunch of fake bomb threats that skewed the statistics so you may be right.

    But Jewish immigration was (mostly) over 100 years ago, so again it has nothing to do with modern day immigration.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  115. @Altai
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSNY1yYPPYA

    And then Ellen Page 'became' Elliot Page. We to shut down social media for women born after 1985 until we figure out what's going on.

    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec12JKkrhOo

    And here is Chappelle more or less saying Steve's original piece on the incident but in Chappelle style.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZXoErL2124

    It should also not be forgotten that he sent threatening messages about himself to the production offices of Empire with letters cut out of magazines just to add to the insanity of it all.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @VivaLaMigra, @Paperback Writer

    Dave C doing what he does best: Keepin’ It Real!

    • Replies: @Prester John
    @VivaLaMigra

    Unfortunately, in Woke America "Keepin' It Real" has its price.

  116. It’s now official: the acronym PoS means ‘Piece of Smollet!’

  117. @Anonymous
    As long as 'hate crimes' are a thing, 'hate hoaxes' must be categorized as 'hate crimes' because they stir up heated racial tensions and accuse an entire community.

    When a black say he was attacked by whites, he's not talking only of that crime. He's blaming the entire community of creating a climate for such a thing.

    It's like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues. He was trying to create the impression that all these white 'antisemitic' Christians were out to get Jews.

    Smollett was out to smear half of America that voted for Trump. Yet, he gets off with misdemeanors of 'disorderly conduct'? If anything, this was an orderly conspiracy.

    Following the current logic, if I paint a swastika on a Jewish property, that is a 'hate crime'.

    But, supposing I'm Christian and I paint a hoax sign on my property that says, "We Jews hate Jesus and want to kill all you Christian scum", thus imply Jews are a hateful and hostile bunch, that only counts as 'disorderly conduct'?

    There must be legislation that really throws the book at the likes of Smollett.

    Replies: @Altai, @John Milton's Ghost, @AndrewR, @Bill Jones

    It’s like that Jewish guy who made those bomb threats to synagogues.

    Didn’t he contribute 15,000 percent to Anti-Semitic crime ?

    His some thousands plus compared to the 5 or 6 “real” ones?

  118. @International Jew
    @SafeNow

    Why don't black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Hannah Katz, @AnotherDad, @Truth

    White Tattoo Ink!

    Eureka, Bro. that seems like a BILLION dollar startup for a bright Khazarim such as yourself!

  119. @AnotherDad
    @International Jew


    Why don’t black people get tattooed in a color of ink that contrasts better with their skin? Considering the expense, it seems a waste if people can hardly make out the art work.
     
    Cause they don't want to look stupid, like all the low IQ white people covered with these ugly tattoos?

    Replies: @Truth

    Actually, don’t be fooled, a lot of them are quite brilliant…

  120. @Thomas
    @Altai

    I'm always a little surprised that the Hasidim in New York don't protect themselves a little better. Years ago, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, I witnessed a homeless drug addict smash a window of a Russian deli full of families. Within seconds, said homeless drug addict was facedown on the sidewalk with two large Hasidic men kneeling on him and the Shomrim and Hatzolah (Hasidic security and private ambulance services) appearing out of nowhere in about half the time it took for the police to show up. Maybe black New York hoodlums are more intimidating or are less deterrable.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @74v56ruthiyj, @ginger bread man

    Seems like the Hasidim did a pretty good job protecting themselves In the example you gave, What did you mean by Hasidim need to do a better job protecting themselves?

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @ginger bread man

    This was in Los Angeles, not New York. What I don't get is why the Hasidim in Brooklyn consistently have more trouble with blacks.

  121. New Jersey will pull its \$182 million in @Unilever stocks and bonds after a three-month preliminary investigation found that the company’s subsidiary, Ben & Jerry’s, engaged in a boycott of “Israeli-controlled” territories against state law.https://t.co/CM3m666eHx— Emily Schrader – אמילי שריידר (@emilykschrader) December 9, 2021

    I’d love to hear Steve’s analysis about state governments divesting from American companies

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @ginger bread man

    Unilever is a Dutch company, not an American one.

    Replies: @Moses

  122. @Hibernian
    @International Jew

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.

    Replies: @odin

    Early on, Kim Foxx the Chicago DA declined to prosecute Smollett. So what happened to bring his prosecution about after all?

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.

    Is this an Illinois thing or nationwide?

    When a Soros DA won’t prosecute, can there be a Special Prosecutor petition? If so, who can petition and who has to approve?

    • Thanks: Bill Jones
    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @odin

    That'd be a lot of petitions, and I doubt many would be granted. A retired judge likely has political connections, and you're not always going to get someone with that type of connections to forward a petition.

  123. @Harry Baldwin
    @David In TN

    Uhh, if you read a little about Vincent Bugliosi, you'll find he has no credibility at all. Tom O'Neill discusses him in his book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. Or just listen to Joe Rogan's lengthy interview with O'Neill.

    Replies: @Tony massey, @Jack D, @Hypnotoad666

    He got Charlie all wrong. Charlie wasn’t as nearly as bad as they said. He was good with a catchy tune and he overstood what needed to be done, what was necessary if you will.
    Sure sure Charlie was out there. Not saying he wasn’t an…odd bird but he wasn’t as bad as they made him out to be.
    That’s all I’m saying. I imagine most of us have prolly known someone worse. The good Lord knows i have. Eh, Charlie wasn’t that bad. Not as bad as they said anyway.

  124. @Jack D
    @Hypnotoad666

    No one said anything about automatically. The prosecutor has to exercise his discretion whether to charge you with the new crime of perjury and you would have to be tried again and convicted by a separate jury of that.

    I would say though that the jury convicting you the 1st time is pretty strong evidence that you were lying. Are you saying that you have a license to lie freely under oath in your own defense and should never be prosecuted? You have the right to testify TRUTHFULLY, not to lie your ass off. You have no Constitutional right to lie under oath. Jussie got up there on the stand and told a cock and bull story again, except this time he was under oath and telling it to a judge and jury. I don't see why he should get a free pass for this.

    As Steve says, prosecutors don't want to discourage defendants from testifying because it often (as in this case) backfires and helps the prosecution, especially if they are actually guilty. The prosecution's fondest wish (which is not often granted because of the right to remain silent) is often to get the defendant on the stand so they can poke holes in his story. So they don't prosecute perjury as a practical matter. But they could as a matter of law.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    I am not saying you have a constitutional right to perjury. It’s just a practical/fairness issue and the recognition that every loss at trial represents a jury’s rejection of your story. We’ve seen perjury/lying charges weaponized as “process crimes” that can be charged over any factual discrepancies. So they are ripe for abuse.

    With that said, I can see where this case may be the rare one where it’s appropriate to double-dip with an add-on perjury charge because: (a) the perjury offense may be more serious than the underlying crimes he was tried for in the first place; (b) lying to the police (not under oath) was the original offense; and (c) his lies are so preposterous.

    But what if a second jury decides he didn’t commit perjury when he told his preposterous story and that the first jury was wrong to disbelieve him? That would be awkward for the prosecutors.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Hypnotoad666

    The big perjury crime that was never prosecuted was the witness who was supposedly Trayvon Martin's girlfriend in the Zimmerman trial.

    https://www.thetrayvonhoax.com/
    https://nypost.com/2013/06/28/trayvon-martins-girlfriend-admits-she-cant-read-the-letter-she-supposedly-wrote-to-his-mother-about-his-death/
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/12/04/george-zimmerman-trayvon-martin-100-million-fraud-diamond-rachel/

    A fraud that the DA was openly complicit in, both he and the ho should be in jail.

    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador's daughter lying before Congress, pretending to be a nurses aid in Kuwait City watching Iraqi soldiers throw newborns on the floor so they could steal the incubators was worthy of prosecution but wasn't because
    1. Diplomatic immunity.
    2. Everyone in DC wanted the war and the perjury before Congress was for the Stupid American Public, so who cares?

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Nayirah_al-%E1%B9%A2aba%E1%B8%A5


    Hill and Knowlton, BTW, the New York PR firm who arranged the perjury, is now helping the WHO craft its Covid message to, you've guessed it, the Stupid American Public.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-world-health-organization-hired-a-top-pr-firm-to-fight-covid-smears-in-the-us

    C'est la vie.

    Replies: @Yngvar

  125. @Harry Baldwin
    @David In TN

    Uhh, if you read a little about Vincent Bugliosi, you'll find he has no credibility at all. Tom O'Neill discusses him in his book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. Or just listen to Joe Rogan's lengthy interview with O'Neill.

    Replies: @Tony massey, @Jack D, @Hypnotoad666

    Sure Bugliosi is a bit of a blow hard who overstates his accomplishments. This doesn’t mean that he has zero credibility.

    Given the sheer incompetence of the LA DA’s office (starting with the choice of venue and jury selection – the case was lost even before it began) it’s not hard to believe that Bugliosi could have done a better job if there had been a retrial. But their incompetence was of such a magnitude that they couldn’t even get 1 vote to convict despite the fact that it was frickin’ obvious that OJ done it.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Jack D

    "Sure Bugliosi is a bit of a blow hard who overstates his accomplishments. This doesn't mean he has zero credibility."

    I basically agree. Bugliosi was a very good trial lawyer but Manson wasn't as hard to convict as Vince claimed. You've got the same kind of clowns who think the CIA and/or Israel killed JFK declaring Charles Manson to be innocent.

    The main attorney for the plaintiffs in the Simpson wrongful death trial, Daniel Petrocelli, said he used Bugliosi's book on the OJ criminal trial as the playbook for proving Simpson's guilt in the civil trial.

  126. @ginger bread man

    New Jersey will pull its $182 million in @Unilever stocks and bonds after a three-month preliminary investigation found that the company’s subsidiary, Ben & Jerry’s, engaged in a boycott of “Israeli-controlled” territories against state law.https://t.co/CM3m666eHx— Emily Schrader - אמילי שריידר (@emilykschrader) December 9, 2021
     
    I’d love to hear Steve’s analysis about state governments divesting from American companies

    Replies: @Jack D

    Unilever is a Dutch company, not an American one.

    • Replies: @Moses
    @Jack D

    Yes. Everyone knows when a foreign company buys an American company, as Unilever bought Ben & Jerry’s, the American company instantly becomes foreign. Employees get new passports and everything.

    Btw - Unilever is Dutch and British, not just Dutch.

    You’re welcome.

  127. @Mr. Anon
    @Jack D


    You keep doing this – Jussie was a Black thang and you keep changing the subject to immigration. Virtually all hate hoaxes involve blacks and not immigrants.
     
    And the second largest group of hate-hoax perpetrators appear to be.................. ah, well, never mind.

    You keep doing this - counseling that we must accept immigration. It's inevitable, so you say, we should just accept the rigged game that has been prepared for us.

    I don't think I'd want you for my lawyer.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I assume you mean Jews. There was some Jewish (Israeli?) kid who was calling in a bunch of fake bomb threats that skewed the statistics so you may be right.

    But Jewish immigration was (mostly) over 100 years ago, so again it has nothing to do with modern day immigration.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Jack D

    Given their considerable, and often even strident, support for modern immigration, I'd say it has something to do with it.

  128. @ginger bread man
    @Thomas

    Seems like the Hasidim did a pretty good job protecting themselves In the example you gave, What did you mean by Hasidim need to do a better job protecting themselves?

    Replies: @Thomas

    This was in Los Angeles, not New York. What I don’t get is why the Hasidim in Brooklyn consistently have more trouble with blacks.

  129. @Harry Baldwin
    @David In TN

    Uhh, if you read a little about Vincent Bugliosi, you'll find he has no credibility at all. Tom O'Neill discusses him in his book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties. Or just listen to Joe Rogan's lengthy interview with O'Neill.

    Replies: @Tony massey, @Jack D, @Hypnotoad666

    Or just listen to Joe Rogan’s lengthy interview with O’Neill.

    Wild stuff. Especially Manson’s involvement with the CIA’s LSD experiments and how he may have been a government informant/asset.

  130. “The New York Times, for instance, has never even printed the term “hate hoax.”
    And that’s still true, almost three years later.”

    On February 22, 2019, NYTimes had a headline “Hate Crime Hoaxes …”.

  131. FAMOUS ACTOR’S A DUD ON THE STAND
    Wrote critics as Jussie was panned.
    Robert Burns, write the rest:
    “Neither hoax nor a nest
    Always gang as wee beasties had planned.”

  132. @VivaLaMigra
    @Altai

    Dave C doing what he does best: Keepin' It Real!

    Replies: @Prester John

    Unfortunately, in Woke America “Keepin’ It Real” has its price.

  133. Jussie gave the game away early on when he claimed that his assailants were wearing “MAGA hats.” I mean, really, credit people with at least SOME intelligence!

  134. @JimDandy
    Well, this is evidence that perhaps I have actually become overly-pessimistic. I was really afraid that there would be no conviction due to one or two black holdouts on the jury, resulting in an MSM take that would go something like: "Just as many were surprised by the verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse--the white man who crossed state lines to kill two unarmed protesters at a BLM march with an assault rifle and later was photographed making a white power signal with his fingers--some may be disappointed in the Jussie Smollett trial outcome, but, for better or worse, this is the venerable justice system Americans cherish."

    Replies: @Eustace Tilley (not)

    Raise a glass to the worthy Black juror
    Who stood firm for the facts ‘midst the furor.
    Lady Justice, though ill,
    Has some life in her still;
    With physicians as this we may cure ‘er.

    • Thanks: Rob McX
  135. @Bugg
    @Verymuchalive

    No depostions required of a defendant in a criminal case. In fact, 5th Amendment allows criminal defendants to not even make any statement.Burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove their case. Naturally though any defendant who takes the stand puts himself in the crosshairs.

    Having misspent my youth toiling at the criminal bar, judges take a very dim view of defendants who lie through their teeth. Suspect it's the problem with an actor being a defendant; thought simply playing a role well would carry the day. Also appears his attorneys did not grasp the pitfalls of letting a total narcissist testify. Explaining driving around Chicago smoking dope and visiting gay bathhouses with one of your paid assailants did not in any way dispprove the hate hoax conspiracy. Height of it was Smollett getting angry with the DA for reading his own texts verbatim with the "n" owrd out loud. As if somehow the prosecutor quoting his own vulgarity ws the worst crime imaginable.

    Juicy Smo-le-ay is about to spend some time behind bars.

    Replies: @Verymuchalive, @Curle

    Mea culpa. I should have said witness statements and testimonies. For some obscure reason, I thought it was a civil case. Maybe because I thought Smollett could not be so stupid to take the stand in a criminal case.
    In Smollett’s case, you can add gross stupidity to narcissism.

  136. @R.G. Camara
    @Verymuchalive

    Why is CNN employing this man ?

    Because Jeffrey Toobin was out on a Zoom call. :)

    Replies: @Verymuchalive

    LOL
    He was obviously suffering from Toobin’s Complaint.

  137. @Moses
    @Jack D


    If you would shut up you might even be able to get them to vote with you but you are so busy denouncing them that they are going to be pushed into the arms of the Democrats

     

    Lol. You are funny Jack D.

    Browns and Blacks will NEVER vote GOP. NEVER. It's just not a thing. Never will be.

    Blacks vote 9:1 Dem. Asians like 3:1. Hispanics similar. Will never change.

    Polls on things like "support free speech" show that only a majority of Whites support it. Blacks and Browns do not support free speech, never have.

    It's almost as if the Constitution was written by and for a certain people (Whites) that valued certain things, and is not a suitable value system or government for other peoples.

    Weird.

    Replies: @Jack D

    • Replies: @Moses
    @Jack D

    Lol funny stuff Jack.

    https://i.ibb.co/c8XRyKv/1726-F6-B3-CCA5-4731-9-AA8-B296-C3-CA23-AC.png

    From: https://www.statista.com/statistics/631236/voter-turnout-of-the-exit-polls-of-the-2016-elections-by-race/

  138. Anonymous[929] • Disclaimer says:

    Some posters here seem to not understand the concept of “reduced charges”. Disorderly conduct is the lightest thing they could charge him with. El fix was in.

    It’s Chicago, Jake.

    But I have to note, Negros really seem to like their nooses and their bananas. Sure signs of a hoax.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Anonymous

    It was felony disorderly conduct.

  139. @Colin Wright
    @Jack D

    'I don’t think that Harris was INTENTIONALLY trying to signal to us that she was brainwashed but maybe on some unconscious level she made a Kinsley gaffe.'

    I think you're way overestimating the depth of that particular consciousness. You're making it sound like the Marianas Trench when it's more like a muddy puddle.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I agree but it’s still strange. Was it just a coincidence that she repeated the line from the movie almost verbatim? Did she vaguely remember the line (the way that Biden “remembered” Kinnock’s speech) but didn’t remember that it was made in the context of brainwashing? How did those words get from Hollwood 1962 to Kamala’s mouth?

  140. @Squid
    @Verymuchalive

    "Why is CNN employing this man?"

    Cup-bearer for Don Lemon?

    But hey, enough of that, let the BLM riots begin! Another Miracle Mile Kristallnacht and inventory-reduction event is in order to express da peeplz's righteous anger!

    Replies: @bruce county

    Another Miracle Mile Kristallnacht and inventory-reduction event is in order to express da peeplz’s righteous anger!

    Maybe not… Its getting pretty cold in the evenings in Chicago.

  141. @John Milton's Ghost
    @Anonymous

    I've long said that if our social and political leaders want to label racism, sexism, homophobia, or whatever is the Worst Thing Ever, then a hoax regarding these -isms must be treated with near equivalence in terms of legal consequence. Attempting to label someone as evil when they are not should be considered a vile act, when if it were true it would lead to ostracism, firing, divorce, shunning, or any number of other social deaths.

    That sort of thinking, however, still assumes a sense of liberal belief that all individuals are equal before the law, and that rationality and reason aren't just an oppressive tool of the West. Woke thinking assumes all whites are guilty, and whomever gets punished for it is just the accident of the moment. You always have it coming, whitey, so don't complain when it does. And even if Jussie made this one up, you all really wanted to do it, so you're still guilty.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    And even if Jussie made this one up, you all really wanted to do it, so you’re still guilty.

    This is Spike Lee’s claim. We have all used the N word.

    Actually the last time I used it in front of another person was in 1976 and there is a possibility that all three of the other people in the room at the time have passed away even if they would have been capable of remembering it. If I am the only living witness would that even count?

  142. @Hypnotoad666
    @Jack D

    I am not saying you have a constitutional right to perjury. It's just a practical/fairness issue and the recognition that every loss at trial represents a jury's rejection of your story. We've seen perjury/lying charges weaponized as "process crimes" that can be charged over any factual discrepancies. So they are ripe for abuse.

    With that said, I can see where this case may be the rare one where it's appropriate to double-dip with an add-on perjury charge because: (a) the perjury offense may be more serious than the underlying crimes he was tried for in the first place; (b) lying to the police (not under oath) was the original offense; and (c) his lies are so preposterous.

    But what if a second jury decides he didn't commit perjury when he told his preposterous story and that the first jury was wrong to disbelieve him? That would be awkward for the prosecutors.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    The big perjury crime that was never prosecuted was the witness who was supposedly Trayvon Martin’s girlfriend in the Zimmerman trial.

    https://www.thetrayvonhoax.com/
    https://nypost.com/2013/06/28/trayvon-martins-girlfriend-admits-she-cant-read-the-letter-she-supposedly-wrote-to-his-mother-about-his-death/
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/12/04/george-zimmerman-trayvon-martin-100-million-fraud-diamond-rachel/

    A fraud that the DA was openly complicit in, both he and the ho should be in jail.

    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador’s daughter lying before Congress, pretending to be a nurses aid in Kuwait City watching Iraqi soldiers throw newborns on the floor so they could steal the incubators was worthy of prosecution but wasn’t because
    1. Diplomatic immunity.
    2. Everyone in DC wanted the war and the perjury before Congress was for the Stupid American Public, so who cares?

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Nayirah_al-%E1%B9%A2aba%E1%B8%A5

    Hill and Knowlton, BTW, the New York PR firm who arranged the perjury, is now helping the WHO craft its Covid message to, you’ve guessed it, the Stupid American Public.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-world-health-organization-hired-a-top-pr-firm-to-fight-covid-smears-in-the-us

    C’est la vie.

    • Replies: @Yngvar
    @Bill Jones


    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador’s daughter lying before Congress...
     
    The link you provided says she didn't. Explain.

    Replies: @D. K., @Bill Jones

  143. @SafeNow
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/26/18/11487896-6852889-image-a-22_1553624944081.jpg

    I can’t prove it, but I think the Nigerian body builders clinched it with the jury, at some level. This is not a good look.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Bill in Glendale, @International Jew, @AnotherDad, @Muggles

    In my limited experience black Africans don’t have the same “poor me, hate whitey” bias that all too many American blacks have.

    Living in a black country/continent tends to negate any US MSM media bias about the issue.

    Those Nigerian bros are probably heroes back home. I don’t think pale skinned gay American semi black actors get a lot of African respect when pulling off a stupid hoax attempt.

    Let’s face it, “Jussie” is an embarrassment to everyone with two brain cells.

    While real attorneys for him would have insisted on a plea deal, Jussie may have concluded that post-conviction and a few months in the slam (mainly away from dangerous fellow blacks who don’t like fag brothers) he believes it will only add to his marketability.

    His name will be well known and after all, in show biz, name recognition is king. He’ll probably be on Dancing With the Stars next year.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
    @Muggles

    All true about his personal career, but the other part of this is that he might have ignited violent protests in cities. For risking that consequence, he deserves a harsh sentence. this is like arsonists deserve a harsh sentence because they can’t be sure they will “just” burn down the building, occupants or firefighters might die.

    , @West reanimator
    @Muggles


    In my limited experience black Africans don’t have the same “poor me, hate whitey” bias that all too many American blacks have.
     
    You crackers are so naive...

    https://threadreaders.com/thread/1085552242512412672
  144. @Steve Sailer
    @SafeNow

    The Nigerian bodybuilder brothers were a great look for sheer entertainment value.

    Replies: @Rooster1111, @Inquiring Mind, @R.G. Camara, @Ben tillman, @Paperback Writer

    A couple of black American comedians have a Jussie Smollett series on YouTube. They’re funny but their manner isn’t very Nigerian. You can hear their Ebonic-American accent with the sound muted. Different body language entirely.

  145. Somewhat off topic:

    In trying to find out details of the earlier today story “Capitol Hill Aide Arrested Carrying Gun” I encountered the usual Soviet journalism absence of relevant facts.

    None of the stories (even via numerous google searches) showed a photo of said aide (one Jeffrey Allsbrooks) or indicated what race he is.

    Also, it took the ever vigilant Capitol Hill cops manning the security scanners at least 4 minutes to track Mr. Allsbrooks down after someone spotted his pistol in his briefcase. Again, no info on race there either.

    In pre Woke times this would be unnoticed and unremarkable. But now, it raises “red flags.”

    Mr. Allsbrooks is a low level “Administration” aide with a primary degree from some small technical school. We know most Capital Hill cops are minority politically influential hires.

    Maybe no blacks (Blacks!) were involved. But again, this story has disappeared by mid day on Friday.

    So we can be reassured that no White Supremacists were involved. Probably. I think that would have been part of the first paragraph, along with photos of him in all of the stories. Probably suggesting he was a Trump era hire.

    Anyone want to take odds?

    (Personally, it don’t think this gun carry is a big deal. There is a Second Amendment, still…)

  146. @Muggles
    @SafeNow

    In my limited experience black Africans don't have the same "poor me, hate whitey" bias that all too many American blacks have.

    Living in a black country/continent tends to negate any US MSM media bias about the issue.

    Those Nigerian bros are probably heroes back home. I don't think pale skinned gay American semi black actors get a lot of African respect when pulling off a stupid hoax attempt.

    Let's face it, "Jussie" is an embarrassment to everyone with two brain cells.

    While real attorneys for him would have insisted on a plea deal, Jussie may have concluded that post-conviction and a few months in the slam (mainly away from dangerous fellow blacks who don't like fag brothers) he believes it will only add to his marketability.

    His name will be well known and after all, in show biz, name recognition is king. He'll probably be on Dancing With the Stars next year.

    Replies: @SafeNow, @West reanimator

    All true about his personal career, but the other part of this is that he might have ignited violent protests in cities. For risking that consequence, he deserves a harsh sentence. this is like arsonists deserve a harsh sentence because they can’t be sure they will “just” burn down the building, occupants or firefighters might die.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  147. @Altai
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSNY1yYPPYA

    And then Ellen Page 'became' Elliot Page. We to shut down social media for women born after 1985 until we figure out what's going on.

    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec12JKkrhOo

    And here is Chappelle more or less saying Steve's original piece on the incident but in Chappelle style.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZXoErL2124

    It should also not be forgotten that he sent threatening messages about himself to the production offices of Empire with letters cut out of magazines just to add to the insanity of it all.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @VivaLaMigra, @Paperback Writer

    Here is the full interview where she seems to give enough evidence for a diagnosis for a cluster B personality disorder.

    Except for Meryl Street and a few others, most American actresses do. (And yes, I know Page is Canadian.)

  148. @EdwardM
    @Jack D

    It would be funny if a staffer wrote that tweet to make fun of Kamala, maybe to retaliate after enduring one of her tirades.

    Or maybe Kamala really is so dumb and lacking in self-awareness.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Haxo Angmark

    Bingo.

  149. @Muggles
    @SafeNow

    In my limited experience black Africans don't have the same "poor me, hate whitey" bias that all too many American blacks have.

    Living in a black country/continent tends to negate any US MSM media bias about the issue.

    Those Nigerian bros are probably heroes back home. I don't think pale skinned gay American semi black actors get a lot of African respect when pulling off a stupid hoax attempt.

    Let's face it, "Jussie" is an embarrassment to everyone with two brain cells.

    While real attorneys for him would have insisted on a plea deal, Jussie may have concluded that post-conviction and a few months in the slam (mainly away from dangerous fellow blacks who don't like fag brothers) he believes it will only add to his marketability.

    His name will be well known and after all, in show biz, name recognition is king. He'll probably be on Dancing With the Stars next year.

    Replies: @SafeNow, @West reanimator

    In my limited experience black Africans don’t have the same “poor me, hate whitey” bias that all too many American blacks have.

    You crackers are so naive…

    https://threadreaders.com/thread/1085552242512412672

  150. @EdwardM
    @Jack D

    It would be funny if a staffer wrote that tweet to make fun of Kamala, maybe to retaliate after enduring one of her tirades.

    Or maybe Kamala really is so dumb and lacking in self-awareness.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Haxo Angmark

    “really is so dumb and lacking…”. Remember,

    this is the same VP Kamala Harris

    who left a bouquet of flowers

    at the North Viet commemorative marker

    for the shoot-down of McCain….because

    she thought it was a memorial.

  151. @Jack D
    @Harry Baldwin

    Sure Bugliosi is a bit of a blow hard who overstates his accomplishments. This doesn't mean that he has zero credibility.

    Given the sheer incompetence of the LA DA's office (starting with the choice of venue and jury selection - the case was lost even before it began) it's not hard to believe that Bugliosi could have done a better job if there had been a retrial. But their incompetence was of such a magnitude that they couldn't even get 1 vote to convict despite the fact that it was frickin' obvious that OJ done it.

    Replies: @David In TN

    “Sure Bugliosi is a bit of a blow hard who overstates his accomplishments. This doesn’t mean he has zero credibility.”

    I basically agree. Bugliosi was a very good trial lawyer but Manson wasn’t as hard to convict as Vince claimed. You’ve got the same kind of clowns who think the CIA and/or Israel killed JFK declaring Charles Manson to be innocent.

    The main attorney for the plaintiffs in the Simpson wrongful death trial, Daniel Petrocelli, said he used Bugliosi’s book on the OJ criminal trial as the playbook for proving Simpson’s guilt in the civil trial.

  152. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468685656302002187

    https://twitter.com/BAN05063867/status/1464601307168321547

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1468683291238846471

    20,000 images.

    We should send them to Israel, for safekeeping.

    We wouldn't want the "wrong" people to gain access. They might try to blackmail
    our leaders!

    This brothel scene from "The Godather 2" is a realistic glimpse into what really happens in the innermost sanctums of power. Just substitute in the Jewish mafioso (like Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Rothschilds) for Italian mafioso.

    Scenes like this were likely occurring on Epstein's island. That's why he purchased that remote&isolated property.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULcJhIoLte4&t=15s

    Epstein was a real-life Michael Corleone.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Thomas, @Peter D. Bredon, @smetana, @Shel100

    “All that’s left is our friendship.”

  153. @odin
    @Hibernian


    Early on, Kim Foxx the Chicago DA declined to prosecute Smollett. So what happened to bring his prosecution about after all?
     

    A retired judge petitioned for a Special Prosecutor and the petition was granted.
     
    Is this an Illinois thing or nationwide?

    When a Soros DA won't prosecute, can there be a Special Prosecutor petition? If so, who can petition and who has to approve?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    That’d be a lot of petitions, and I doubt many would be granted. A retired judge likely has political connections, and you’re not always going to get someone with that type of connections to forward a petition.

  154. @CCZ
    @War for Blair Mountain

    "White Males deserve to be chattel slaves as part of reparation to Black People!!!!!"

    Blacks already prepared for this:

    https://imagez.tmz.com/image/3b/o/2015/01/23/3b7b5256c43c5faab21736b400162512_md.jpg

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Black fantasy.

    Germanic people actually make lousy slaves. The Romans learned this the hard way.

    They pretend to go along with it and just when you think your German is nice and civil he shoves a sword through your neck.

    American Indians also made lousy slaves. They would do anything to escape and then survive in the woods with nothing. The Southerners would pay them however as ranch hands and as guides to track down escaped Africans. It’s actually a myth that anyone can be enslaved. There are written accounts of how American Indians are near impossible to use as indentured servants since they become depressed and try to escape at any opportunity.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @John Johnson

    True. It's also the case that races that are hard to enslave aren't necessarily the ones who won't work for low wages. And those easiest to enslave are often those with the worst employment record when they're part of the free labour force.

  155. @Hypnotoad666
    @Steve Sailer

    "Prosecuting perjurers after they are convicted is usually considered unsporting."

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction. That does seem unfair. It's sort of a mirror image of "right to remain silent" -- you shouldn't be doubly punished merely for testifying on your own behalf.

    Replies: @Jim, @Jack D, @Right_On

    If just having a jury disbelieve your claim of innocence was automatically deemed to be perjury, then every conviction would automatically tack on a perjury conviction.

    When you enter a plea of not guilty at the start of a trial you are not under oath, so can’t later be charged with perjury.

    Also, for a defendant to be found guilty, The Prosecution has to prove its case “beyond reasonable doubt”. You could later say that your not-guilty plea simply meant you didn’t think the case against you was strong enough to result in a conviction!

  156. @John Johnson
    @CCZ

    Black fantasy.

    Germanic people actually make lousy slaves. The Romans learned this the hard way.

    They pretend to go along with it and just when you think your German is nice and civil he shoves a sword through your neck.

    American Indians also made lousy slaves. They would do anything to escape and then survive in the woods with nothing. The Southerners would pay them however as ranch hands and as guides to track down escaped Africans. It's actually a myth that anyone can be enslaved. There are written accounts of how American Indians are near impossible to use as indentured servants since they become depressed and try to escape at any opportunity.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    True. It’s also the case that races that are hard to enslave aren’t necessarily the ones who won’t work for low wages. And those easiest to enslave are often those with the worst employment record when they’re part of the free labour force.

  157. @Jack D
    @Moses

    Hispanic Voters Now Evenly Split Between Parties, WSJ Poll Finds

    https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/hispanic-voters-now-evenly-split-between-parties-wsj-poll-finds-11638972769

    Replies: @Moses

  158. @Bugg
    @Verymuchalive

    No depostions required of a defendant in a criminal case. In fact, 5th Amendment allows criminal defendants to not even make any statement.Burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove their case. Naturally though any defendant who takes the stand puts himself in the crosshairs.

    Having misspent my youth toiling at the criminal bar, judges take a very dim view of defendants who lie through their teeth. Suspect it's the problem with an actor being a defendant; thought simply playing a role well would carry the day. Also appears his attorneys did not grasp the pitfalls of letting a total narcissist testify. Explaining driving around Chicago smoking dope and visiting gay bathhouses with one of your paid assailants did not in any way dispprove the hate hoax conspiracy. Height of it was Smollett getting angry with the DA for reading his own texts verbatim with the "n" owrd out loud. As if somehow the prosecutor quoting his own vulgarity ws the worst crime imaginable.

    Juicy Smo-le-ay is about to spend some time behind bars.

    Replies: @Verymuchalive, @Curle

    I’ve walked into an courthouse bathroom before only to hear one very angry non-lawyer black guy rage to another, more composed non-lawyer black guy, about the stupidity of a judge who, apparently, didn’t grasp the brilliance of the man’s defense (insert imagination here). I gather from things I’ve read and heard from lawyer’s that such delusions of brilliance are common among defendants (Dunning-Kruger).

  159. “ So cops, unlike candidates and commentators, don’t turn off their brains as soon as somebody invokes identity talismans such as race and sexual orientation.”

    They’ll learn.

  160. When you enter a plea of not guilty at the start of a trial you are not under oath, so can’t later be charged with perjury.

    Although hack judge Sullivan wanted to find General Flynn guilty of perjury, for falsely pleading that he was guilty of lying to the FBI.

    Rather than immediately grant the request, Sullivan has appointed retired Judge John Gleeson to make legal arguments on why the case should continue, and to analyze whether he should hold Flynn in criminal contempt for perjury for pleading guilty to a charge of which he now claims he is innocent.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/01/judge-in-michael-flynn-case-defends-decision-not-to-immediately-drop-criminal-case.html

  161. @Jack D
    @ginger bread man

    Unilever is a Dutch company, not an American one.

    Replies: @Moses

    Yes. Everyone knows when a foreign company buys an American company, as Unilever bought Ben & Jerry’s, the American company instantly becomes foreign. Employees get new passports and everything.

    Btw – Unilever is Dutch and British, not just Dutch.

    You’re welcome.

  162. @74v56ruthiyj
    @Thomas

    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice) He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.

    Replies: @Thomas

    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice)

    California’s gun laws tend to cause California gun owners to opt for “fewer bullets, bigger holes” choices. The Glock 23 is still probably one of the most popular handguns in the state, despite .40 S&W having fallen out of fashion in most of the rest of the country. If you’re stuck with no more than 10 rounds, no reason to go with 9mm over .40.

    He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.

    There’s a long history of Hasidic smuggling that takes advantage of their sartorial peculiarities. The first large shipments of ecstasy in the US were brought in from Europe to New York by a Hasidic smuggling ring. Hasidim in Antwerp move diamonds wrapped up in their prayer shawls.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @Thomas

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mAeR9ez5Wk

    https://movies2watch.tv/watch-movie/watch-holy-rollers-hd-858.5311705

  163. @Jack D
    @Mr. Anon

    I assume you mean Jews. There was some Jewish (Israeli?) kid who was calling in a bunch of fake bomb threats that skewed the statistics so you may be right.

    But Jewish immigration was (mostly) over 100 years ago, so again it has nothing to do with modern day immigration.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Given their considerable, and often even strident, support for modern immigration, I’d say it has something to do with it.

  164. Everyone is aware that an actor is a professional liar, right?

    Anyone else notice that Smollett was described as “Jewish, Black and Gay” in the press initially before he began being investigated for staging the incident himself, at which point the press began describing him as “Black and Gay” only?

    True story

    And what does that tell you?

    Image is everything

    • Replies: @res
    @Hastobesaid

    That's an interesting point. And for anyone who is inclined to play "No True Jew," note that the Jerusalem Post claimed him then
    https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/black-jewish-actor-jussie-smollett-violently-assaulted-579151
    and The Times of Israel still claims him (though not in the headline).
    https://www.timesofisrael.com/jussie-smollett-convicted-of-staging-racist-attack-against-himself-lying-to-police/

  165. @Bill Jones
    @Hypnotoad666

    The big perjury crime that was never prosecuted was the witness who was supposedly Trayvon Martin's girlfriend in the Zimmerman trial.

    https://www.thetrayvonhoax.com/
    https://nypost.com/2013/06/28/trayvon-martins-girlfriend-admits-she-cant-read-the-letter-she-supposedly-wrote-to-his-mother-about-his-death/
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/12/04/george-zimmerman-trayvon-martin-100-million-fraud-diamond-rachel/

    A fraud that the DA was openly complicit in, both he and the ho should be in jail.

    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador's daughter lying before Congress, pretending to be a nurses aid in Kuwait City watching Iraqi soldiers throw newborns on the floor so they could steal the incubators was worthy of prosecution but wasn't because
    1. Diplomatic immunity.
    2. Everyone in DC wanted the war and the perjury before Congress was for the Stupid American Public, so who cares?

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Nayirah_al-%E1%B9%A2aba%E1%B8%A5


    Hill and Knowlton, BTW, the New York PR firm who arranged the perjury, is now helping the WHO craft its Covid message to, you've guessed it, the Stupid American Public.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-world-health-organization-hired-a-top-pr-firm-to-fight-covid-smears-in-the-us

    C'est la vie.

    Replies: @Yngvar

    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador’s daughter lying before Congress…

    The link you provided says she didn’t. Explain.

    • Replies: @D. K.
    @Yngvar

    She lied, but she was not under oath when she testified:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nayirah_testimony

    , @Bill Jones
    @Yngvar

    I suggest you read the link again.

    Sober this time.

  166. @Hannah Katz
    @International Jew

    Good point. I think gold ink would look good as a contrast.

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

    Good point. I think gold ink would look good as a contrast.

    Tattooed gold chain bling, the next big thing.

  167. @Anonymous
    Some posters here seem to not understand the concept of "reduced charges". Disorderly conduct is the lightest thing they could charge him with. El fix was in.

    It's Chicago, Jake.

    But I have to note, Negros really seem to like their nooses and their bananas. Sure signs of a hoax.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    It was felony disorderly conduct.

  168. So, I’m going to take another victory lap to review what I’ve figured out about hate hysteria over the past fifteen years.

    The problem is, there isn’t ENOUGH racism for the Left. So they invent it. The Left hierarchy jumped up to support the great job Juicy did to advance the hysteria. That it was so fake as to be a joke matters not to the Left – their message got out. The Left is FOR racism; it is their most successful tool.

    Unlike the national media and presidential contenders, local police are perfectly familiar with the possibility that people sometimes lie to them.

    Years ago, a fire captain told me that 85% of arsons involved the property owners. When evidence of arson is discovered, the property owners instantly become the primary suspects.

    I don’t have any official confirmation of this, but I’m confident that when a “hate crime” like swastikas being painted on a rural black church happens, the cops INSTANTLY suspect the church people. Blacks! would consider it racist, though the cops would suspect the same of anyone.

    “The wicked flee when no one pursueth.” And Blacks! ascribe racism to everything.

  169. @Yngvar
    @Bill Jones


    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador’s daughter lying before Congress...
     
    The link you provided says she didn't. Explain.

    Replies: @D. K., @Bill Jones

    She lied, but she was not under oath when she testified:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nayirah_testimony

  170. A hate crime hoax is every bit a hate crime itself.

    This highly-privileged Black homosexual is exposed as an anti-White racist & an anti-heterosexual bigot.

    Real Black-on-White crime often results from the media hyping phony White-on-Black crime. It would be surprising if this bigot’s hoax did not provoke such crimes.

    This hateful liar should:
    — be punished at least as severely as the alleged White heterosexuals would be if they were real.
    — have to fully reimburse the huge financial expenses he imposed on law enforcement & the legal system.
    — have to publicly apologize to everyone he deceived.

    And the media & sleazy politicians & Hollywood celebrities should spend just as much time & effort exposing this hoax as they did promoting it. Of course none of that will happen, and the sleazy creep will get off with little more than the wrist slap the “experts” predict.

    That is how “White privilege” works in the real world.

  171. @Yngvar
    @Bill Jones


    Back in the before times of 1990 the Kuwaiti Ambassador’s daughter lying before Congress...
     
    The link you provided says she didn't. Explain.

    Replies: @D. K., @Bill Jones

    I suggest you read the link again.

    Sober this time.

  172. @Thomas
    @74v56ruthiyj


    I used to work for an Orthodox Jewish gun nut in Los Angeles. He told me it was easy to conceal a full size Colt Govt .45 Auto under one of those big coats. His wife carried a single action .41 Magnum in a big purse. (I know, a ridiculous choice)
     
    California's gun laws tend to cause California gun owners to opt for "fewer bullets, bigger holes" choices. The Glock 23 is still probably one of the most popular handguns in the state, despite .40 S&W having fallen out of fashion in most of the rest of the country. If you're stuck with no more than 10 rounds, no reason to go with 9mm over .40.

    He said the cops never gave a thought to checking them out.
     
    There's a long history of Hasidic smuggling that takes advantage of their sartorial peculiarities. The first large shipments of ecstasy in the US were brought in from Europe to New York by a Hasidic smuggling ring. Hasidim in Antwerp move diamonds wrapped up in their prayer shawls.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  173. @PaceLaw
    @Trelane

    Ah Trelane, But what is a class 4 felony in Illinois as opposed to what is defined as a felony in Black’s Law dictionary? That’s the true question. Something tells me that jail time (probably under 16 months) will be called for.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    It is very important Smollett spends at least some time in prison. One is that he deserves it and the other is that this will be on his permanent record making it near impossible for him to do to anyone else ever again.

    False accusations are much more common then people realize particularly in the family court system. It is very easy to do and even when someone gets caught, they are rarely punished. That should tell you how flagrant this was. He might end up being the only person convicted of this crime in the last decade.

    Lastly, it will be easy to hold up Jussie Smollett and waive him like a bloody shirt next time a talking head denies this exists. He will become a caricature not that he isn’t already.

  174. @Hastobesaid
    Everyone is aware that an actor is a professional liar, right?

    Anyone else notice that Smollett was described as "Jewish, Black and Gay" in the press initially before he began being investigated for staging the incident himself, at which point the press began describing him as "Black and Gay" only?

    True story

    And what does that tell you?

    Image is everything

    Replies: @res

    That’s an interesting point. And for anyone who is inclined to play “No True Jew,” note that the Jerusalem Post claimed him then
    https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/black-jewish-actor-jussie-smollett-violently-assaulted-579151
    and The Times of Israel still claims him (though not in the headline).
    https://www.timesofisrael.com/jussie-smollett-convicted-of-staging-racist-attack-against-himself-lying-to-police/

  175. I agree 100% Prof. Woland! Smollett is a scumbag who decided to create this hoax and then doubled-down on his scheme by deciding to testify under oath before the jury, which they completely rejected. Even the apparent lone black juror rejected his silly and absurd testimony. Such brazen contempt of the legal system merits some jail time. I predict one year, which really means he will only serve six months. https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/nation/2021/12/14/black-juror-smolletts-reaction-to-noose-makes-no-sense/8892508002/

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