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Jussie Smollett Gets More Bad News from Windy City Amid Hate Hoax Scandal

Smollett was hoping that his victimhood would help him get a raise in Hollywood. Now, his preferential treatment has Americans, and the City of Chicago, furious.

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The long and arduous tale of Jussie Smollett continues to twist and turn throughout 2019.

Of course, all of this attention is precisely what Smollett was looking for when he allegedly hired two on-set extras from Empire to stage a hate crime against him.  Smollett, according to Chicago police who investigated the crime, was hoping that this victimhood would be an asset to his agents in asking for higher paying acting gigs in the future.

In other words, Smollett was attempting to manufacture something interesting about himself, and add depth to his public persona by pretending to have been the victim of a hate crime.  This is about as low as one can sink, Hollywood or otherwise, and the American people were furious.

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And, to be fair, the City of Chicago was far more livid after prosecutors inexplicably let Smollett off the hook.  Now, after refusing to meet Chicago’s demands to reimburse them for the expensive investigation into these crimes, (both the hoax and the sleazy coverup), Smollett will be headed to court.

Chicago filed a lawsuit against Jussie Smollett on Thursday in a bid to recoup the costs of investigating a racist, anti-gay attack that authorities say was orchestrated by the “Empire” actor as a publicity stunt, with the city saying — at minimum — that it now wants triple the amount it initially asked Smollett to pay.

The 12-page civil lawsuit , filed in Cook County court, is the latest volley in a legal battle that shows no signs of abating since Smollett reported that masked men beat him up on Jan. 29 in Chicago, shouting slurs and wrapping a rope around his neck.

The suit comes after Smollett refused a demand that he send the city $130,106 to reimburse Chicago for overtime as police sought to verify Smollett’s account.

Now that Smollett has refused to honor the $130,000 demand, Chicago will be seeking a much larger amount:  At least $390,000, according to the lawsuit.

 

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Sarah Sanders Pressed to Resign or Be Fired by CNN Analyst

You know that things are looking desperate when television entertainers start telling the White House who to hire and fire.

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The media is having a heyday with the Mueller report, warping and wilting the 400+ pages to match whichever narrative they see fit. The President continues to tout the idea of “total exoneration”, complete with his “no obstruction” line, but even the most magnanimous of “news” providers are cautioning that this is likely an erroneous or misleading statement.  The Mueller report specifically and unequivocally states otherwise, but we aren’t talking about guilt anymore…we’re talking about political culpability. In that context, President Trump’s flippant, hand-wringing responses are more for the court of public opinion than the actual courts, and all of this is in response to the hyperbolic and partisan media hackery that we’ve been subjected to over the course of the last 12 hours, nay, the last 22 months. And the world of infotainment isn’t done yet, either, as CNN analysts are now making suggestions as to how Trump should rearrange his staff based on their findings in the Mueller report itself. CNN political analyst April Ryan called for the firing of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Thursday, claiming Sanders “lied” to the media following the release of the Mueller report. In May 2017, following the turbulent firing of FBI Director James Comey, Sanders told reporters that “countless” FBI agents had lost confidence in Comey despite one reporter’s assertion that the “vast majority” of them supported his leadership. According to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office, Sanders told investigators her claim was a “slip of the tongue” and was “in the heat of the moment,” admitting that it was not founded on anything. The White House’s current culture of upheaval notwithstanding, April Ryan’s understanding of the situation on Pennsylvania Avenue can only be interpreted through the lens of her position within the Washington infotainment industry, and is not indicate of…

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