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Posted 19 February 2019 - 10:34 AM
Now I questioned this whole story the second I heard the part about "This is MAGA Country!" I didn't think this was a hoax, but I wondered who goes to Subway at 2 in the morning in sub zero temperatures. Now I just think this guy is a piece of ****. I didn't even know who he was 3 weeks ago.
Posted 19 February 2019 - 11:00 AM
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Posted 19 February 2019 - 11:03 AM
Between him, and the Catholic school kids incident in DC a few weeks ago... I don't know why they would do this kind of thing, unless they really just like personal attention. But if they think it's helping the cause, for ****s sake they need to step back and think about what they're doing, because it's having the opposite effect.
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Posted 20 February 2019 - 08:12 AM
As for some of the details, if the attack was real I would expect some weirdness in his memory, since there would almost definitely be trauma involved.
Posted 21 February 2019 - 04:22 AM
Smollett is garbage and a maniuplator of the worst kind. From the start this entire non-attack appeared to be a hoax, with this "attack" designed to build hatred and possible physical action against Trump and/or his supporters (his social media comments shines a light on how much he hates both).
What's worse is that he did not care if this inspired more hatred or possible violence on the streets of America. He did not care because the scheme can only be concocted by one who expects violence to spring from it, all in the name of his true agenda, which he laid out in that ever-so-accommodating Good Morning America interview--
"..if I had said it was a Muslim, or a Mexican, or someone black, I feel like the doubters would have supported me a lot much more. A lot more. Ad that says a lot about the place that we are in out country right now, the fact that we have these fear mongers--these people that are trying to separate us.."
Mm-hmm. So, the first takeaway from that key statement is that he's utterly ignorant of history--even recent history, as I recall, the kind "doubters" he's referring to (white people) did not wait to see if the color or religious belief was "preferable" when judging Dylan Roof for committing a true hate crime at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. As I recall, no one doubted or hesitated in supporting victims in the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue attack. In both cases, the public instantly believed & supported victims of those real hate crimes--people who are the opposite of Smollett--a man with a social media history of trying to make a U.S. president & assumed supporters the boogeyman for all things, now claiming its all come to center on him--with two attackers who just so happened to wear "MAGA" hats.
In his weak-minded way, Smollett seems to think he was going to shame America for casting legitimate doubt on his pre-packaged "Get Trump/Trump supporters" scheme. The gravity of his hoax was of a kind that could have led to assault and/or deaths of the innocent--acts of revenge carried out in his name, but he did not give a damn about that. Or maybe he did, only to the point of fueling a flood of hatred and violence all to reach some ill-conceived goal.
Still, he served as a timely reminder of how immoral some of the Left are in their neverending hate campaigns against a significant part of the country--a part of the country that he has no interest knowing, understanding or even tolerating. To the Smolletts of the world, anything goes when plotting against a part of the nation he cannot stand.
Posted 21 February 2019 - 04:01 PM
He's empowered the MAGA set by proving that there's some form of liberal conspiracy.
He's made it hard for people who are victims of actual hate crimes to be taken seriously.
He's made a mockery of the anti victim-shaming mindset.
He's now a man with no nation. No one in Hollywood will touch him and he's made himself the target he pretended to be to fundamentalist haters.
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