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2019-09-22 Home Front: Politix
New Evidence Suggests Cory Booker, Kamala Harris and Others Were In On the Jussie Smollett Hoax
[Gateway Pundit] Jussie Smollet held a number of conversations with Cory Booker and Kamala Harris about supporting their sponsored Justice for Victims of Lynching Act and providing the needed public momentum for the bill to pass the Senate and House.

The timeline of these conversations (December 21-January 18, 2019) suggests that the death threat letter he sent himself (January 22-23) and his staged attack (January 29), were timed to create an opinion groundswell to support the bill and prop the political and professional career of the three masterminds.

It is noteworthy that both, Harris and Booker released separate statements condemning Smollet’s attack using the following identical language "an attempted modern-day lynching"

At the time Booker released his statement at 12:09 PM and Harris hers at 1:30 PM they could not have possibly known what the motive for the attack was because the police were only a few hours into the investigation.

The first tip that the Chicago police received regarding the true nature of the case came from within Smollett’s inner circle. One of his friends realized that he was now being investigated as a suspect, and decided that he didn’t want to be an accessory to a crime. He then contacted the police and told them that "the entire event was orchestrated by Smollett." This is another strong indicator that multiple participants knew about staged attack in advance.

Beyond the obvious question of how Smollett managed to shake off 16 felony charges without breaking a sweat, is the issue of Cory Booker’s and Kamala Harris’s involvement in the planning and orchestration of Smollett’s publicity stunt. All material evidence suggest that parts of the event were influenced by Booker and Harris.

Smollett was friends with the Obamas ‐
Posted by Besoeker 2019-09-22 00:58|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6463 views ]  Top

#1 Funny. I thought They were the hoax.
Posted by newc 2019-09-22 01:19||   2019-09-22 01:19|| Front Page Top

Posted by Dron66046 2019-09-22 03:53||   2019-09-22 03:53|| Front Page Top

#3 I think that tweet says it all, really. The collective ambition for blacks in power, heads of state and empires is a real thing. It is what I call Mission Wakanda.

The shitty film was just a freudian brain-leak on screen. But the 'African Nation', 'Black Panthers' and Malcom X hubris has by now reached seditious, even putsch proportions. The intent is to commandeer the administration, public services and infrastructure for the purpose of advancing black interests, until it reaches a 'Black Supremacy' stage.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-09-22 04:10||   2019-09-22 04:10|| Front Page Top

#4 Dron, I think some are beginning to understand that's it's better to have a job, than to have a an "African-American" POTUS.
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2019-09-22 04:12||   2019-09-22 04:12|| Front Page Top

#5 And it's better to have a white teacher for their kids, and a white doctor.
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2019-09-22 04:15||   2019-09-22 04:15|| Front Page Top

#6 True, there are loyal American folks too in the black community I guess. Maybe most of them, or half. The vermin though, who try to lead revolt and incite disloyalty are just too many I think. They have incredible reach and charisma.

What's also true is that the blacks were wronged maybe in the past. And the historic angst that gives them their momentum can only be contained through their betterment, concurrent with absolute prejudice for the wakandans among them. What I'm trying to say is, leaders really feel they have wronged them, and out of desperation shall continue to. Can't be helped. Their hope is to just sort of 'hold them down' until they can reach a place of forgiveness and acceptance. That will never happen. If our cultures endeavour to survive, the 'oppressed' shall have to either remain oppressed or give up their historic wrath. Until then only fear can hold them. And fear of the law today is worth jack shit.

I know this brand of trouble well, we've been dealing with it for some years now; most caste-based Dalit/Maoist movements in India are not only a direct parallel to black-white politics of the west, they even share some of the architects and themes.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-09-22 05:00||   2019-09-22 05:00|| Front Page Top

#7 I know this brand of trouble well, we've been dealing with it for some years now; most caste-based Dalit/Maoist movements in India are not only a direct parallel to black-white politics of the west, they even share some of the architects and themes.

That's because they were invented by the same people.
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2019-09-22 05:15||   2019-09-22 05:15|| Front Page Top

#8 Interesting observations and perspective at #6. Many here have accepted the premise that we in the "privileged" non-entitlement village... are the problem.

Key takeaway phrase - "caste-based Dalit/Maoist movements"

I enjoy reading your refreshing insights.
Posted by Besoeker 2019-09-22 05:20||   2019-09-22 05:20|| Front Page Top

#9 There are many parallels to the current realpolitik playing out in both countries. The players, if not the same seem to be inspired by a uniting global liberal ideology of building a utopia for unaccountably and corruption.

In Trump, we see an everyman American come to salvage his country from the brink, and bring back the bogeyman of Uncle Sam to the world. The same charisma is associated with our PM, back in the subcontinent. I'm looking forward to seeing how the MSM reports on the Texas event where Modi meets Trump, plus a handful of democrats who like to claim 'diverse India' as the go-to place to learn how to live together. They'll sport Indian ethnic wear and stuff and conspire to make us agree to their globalist consensus.

I have a list of Indian-origin marxist sympathizers and MSM mercenaries like Fareed Zakaria who like to create a narrative of volatility in this relationship, and the closeness of the Indian leadership more to Dems. They hate the Modi too, but keep to their Trump-bashing while gushing praise for the Indian PM, giving the impression in the west that everyone educated enough to read a paper here is also a fucking liberal.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-09-22 07:38||   2019-09-22 07:38|| Front Page Top

#10 Re. Booker, Harris and Smollett: this could be very big. It's an example, one among many, of idiot entertainers seeking to influence major political outcomes with their idiocy, and idiot politicians egging them on.

I have to think that most Americans, whatever their race, will turn against both of these corrupt and foolish elite groups.
Posted by Lex 2019-09-22 10:05||   2019-09-22 10:05|| Front Page Top

#11 Unfortunately most Americans are apathetic and don't really care enough to do anything about it. Not that there is much they can do.

Our entire political class is deeply compromised, bought or both. Nothing short of glassing D.C. and moving the seat of the government to the interior is going to solve the problem.
Posted by Andy Ulique7279 2019-09-22 10:13||   2019-09-22 10:13|| Front Page Top

#12 Ref #11: Unfortunately most Americans are apathetic....

James Donovan: "Do you every worry ?
Rudolf Abel: "Would it help ?

~ Bridge of Spies
Posted by Besoeker 2019-09-22 11:25||   2019-09-22 11:25|| Front Page Top

#13 I seem to recall reading that most revolutions come not from the poor, or the rich, but a rising-but-frustrated middle group. The difference between what they expect and what they have makes fuels the sense of injustice.
I suspect the principle is easily extended to various ethnicities within a single land.
Posted by james  2019-09-22 15:49|| https://idontknowbut.blogspot.com  2019-09-22 15:49|| Front Page Top

#14 The more African Americans that make it back into the middle class the better for everyone. Trump's economy seems to be doing some of that sort of thing. Hopefully he can reduce the flow of blacks from middle class so to poverty that Obama oversaw.
Posted by ruprecht 2019-09-22 22:34||   2019-09-22 22:34|| Front Page Top


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