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Black Lies Matter

President Trump is not racist, and neither are his supporters! Unfortunately, the media and certain politicians and celebrities are so desperate to make the public think otherwise that they will believe, embrace and spread made-up tales of pretend lynchings and fake attacks by MAGA hat-wearing maniacs.

“Bogus police reports cause real harm – they do harm to every legitimate victim who is need of support by police and investigators, as well as the citizens of this city,” Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson told reporters Thursday morning, after “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett sent himself threatening letters and staged a fake “lynching” on himself—complete with bleach and a rope around his neck.

“I just wish that the families of gun violence in this city got this much attention, because that’s who really deserves the amount of attention that we’ve given this particular incident,” Superintendent Johnson pointed out.

Smollett, 36, has now been charged with a felony disorderly conduct for filing a false police report.

However, the man’s intent was to further today’s false narrative that Trump supporters are dangerous racists with a propensity for violence. Doesn’t that qualify as a hate crime?

The LGBT activist now claims that the reason he staged this fake attack was because he thought it would lead to him getting paid more for his role on the TV show, but this logic seems implausible.

It’s more likely that he was attempting to help his friend, presidential hopeful Kamala Harris, to pass the Justice for Victims of Lynching Act, which “criminalizes lynching for the first time in American history,” according to Senator Harris’ website.

The motion was passed on Feb. 14th. Senator Cory Booker and Senator Tim Scott supported the legislation, because, according to Booker, “Lynching is not a relic of a painful past—it is a present and pernicious evil that we still have yet to confront.”

But Smollet’s fake “lynching” only succeeded in calling attention to the fact that such legislation is really more of a “race-baiting” technique, meant to foment hatred and division between Americans.

Let’s look at the timeline: Smollet’s fake attack was staged just two weeks prior to the bill being passed, and both Harris and Booker publicly called it a “modern-day lynching” at the time.

“The vicious attack on actor Jussie Smollett was an attempted modern-day lynching. I’m glad he’s safe. To those in Congress who don’t feel the urgency to pass our Anti-Lynching bill designating lynching as a federal hate crime– I urge you to pay attention,” Booker said on Twitter on January 29th.

Harris also tweeted, “@JussieSmollett is one of the kindest, most gentle human beings I know. I’m praying for his quick recovery.

This was an attempted modern day lynching. No one should have to fear for their life because of their sexuality or color of their skin. We must confront this hate.”

The hate these people want to confront comes from themselves.

Trump supporters love America and just want to see this great country emerge from the corrupt Swamp that has been created by the ruthless, greedy politicians who have been running this apparent “show” we call US politics.

©️Jill Cueni-Cohen

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1 thought on “Black Lies Matter

  1. Do we need a law against lynching? Isn’t murder already illegal? Makes about as much sense as those so-called “hate crime” statutes that seek to doubly penalize illegal activity, and which are evolving to serve as the basis for criminalizing Constitutionally protected free speech.

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