Turns Out George Soros Provided Over 400k Reasons To Drop The Smollett Case
March 27, 2019S
The Prosecution has dropped all charges against Jussie Smollett and it appears that George Soros could have had a hand in the decision to allow this story teller go.
“Left-wing billionaire mega-donor George Soros donated $408,000 in 2016 to a super PAC that supported Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, whose office prosecuted — and dropped — the Jussie Smollett case.
In a shock announcement Tuesday, prosecutors dropped all 16 felony charges against the left-wing Hollywood actor, whom police had accused of faking a hate crime in January that he blamed on racist, homophobic white Trump supporters.
Foxx had formally recused herself from the case in February because she had spoken with Smollett’s family. The Chicago Tribune later reported that Foxx had asked police to turn the case over to the FBI after an intervention by Tina Tchen, a former chief of staff for former First Lady Michelle Obama.
Soros has spent heavily on backing “progressive” candidates for local prosecutorial offices across the nation, following the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014, which alleged that black defendants have been treated unfairly by the justice system.”
Ann Coulter tweeted about Soros possible involvement.
“Oh, I see. Kim Foxx, the Chicago prosecutor who dropped Jussie Smollett charges was put there by George Soros.”Teachers talk equity, access, and being role modelsSponsored by Connatix
A Former Chief Prosecutor finds Prosecution Foxx’s actions to be an abuse of power.
“Law & Crime Network host Bob Bianchi, who was once the chief prosecutor in Morris County, New Jersey, questioned the decision-making of the local prosecutors.
“I think prosecutors caved to the court of public opinion and gave the case away,” Bianchi said, calling the dismissal “a sickening abuse of prosecutorial discretion.”
Bianchi said that remarks by the prosecutors “make no sense,” and the idea that Smollett would do service goes against how criminal cases normally work. “You can’t do community service for an offense until you’ve been convicted and sentenced,” he said.”
There is plenty of money that could have influenced this decision. Smollett is just lucky that the prosecution was likely bought and paid for. As anyone else would have had to face the music.