The lengths to which the liberal left will go in order to disparate President Donald Trump have been disturbing, to say the least.
We have seen no shortage of wild and violent attempts to disparage The Donald. What began with Kathy Griffin’s insane decapitation photoshoot has morphed into very real violence, and very fake news.
The latest attempt by Hollywood to delegitimize the President comes to us from Empire actor Jussie Smollett, who police now believe paid two actors to “assault” him, while shouting slogans tied to President Trump.
Smollett is claiming to have no foreknowledge of the attack, but police aren’t convinced. Their investigation into the incident has revealed that the Nigerian brothers who claim Smollett put them up to it even tried to drum up the anti-MAGA hat tropes as well.
Documents prove two Nigerian brothers who work as extras on the highly rated Fox drama bought the rope which was found around Smollett’s neck at Crafty Beaver Hardware Store in Chicago.Trending:
The brothers made the purchase on the weekend of January 25.
They also bought two red plain hats that they wore during the alleged attack, according to sources close to the investigation.Advertisement - story continues below
Police believe that the red hats were purchased at a local beauty supply store in the Uptown section of Chicago.
Thanks to his deliberate and deceitful act, Smollett could find himself behind bars for a substantial amount of time.
Filing a false report to police in the State of Illinois is considered an act of disorderly conduct, which is a Class 4 felony.
That means that anyone found guilty could face between one and three years in prison.
By law, the crime of disorderly conduct is committed in Illinois by anyone who ‘transmits or causes to be transmitted in any manner to any peace officer, public officer or public employee a report to the effect that an offense will be committed, is being committed, or has been committed, knowing at the time of the transmission that there is no reasonable ground for believing that the offense will be committed, is being committed, or has been committed.’
Chicago Police have indicated a desire to re-interview Smollett regarding the incident.