It’s Official! Dems Dismissal of Smollett Case Was Abuse of Prosecutorial Discretion

It seems like it happened a decade ago but last year’s Jussie Smollett case led to some very heated discussions between those who believe in the truth and those who follow nonsensical media-driven narratives. It won’t shock anyone to learn that the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office already let him off the hook for his attempt to smear all Trump supporters.

The actor was re-charged earlier this year, though. He claimed that he had been attacked by vicious Trump supporters who were armed with a noose. The story never made sense from the beginning and we knew it. Of course, it didn’t stop the mainstream media from acting like everyone who didn’t believe the story is homophobic.

Kim Foxx is the corrupt State’s Attorney who tried her best to keep this hoax going. Her text messages showed that she remained in contact with Smollett after recusing herself from the case. Why would she keep intervening in a case that was clearly never viable from day one? Chicago reporter Charlie De Mar got his hands on the messages and shared them with his Twitter followers.

It did not take long for the messages to start traveling around. People are getting tired of hearing about this case and there is too much going on in the world for anyone to still care. Foxx may not have said nice things about Smollett in the texts, referring to her as a “washed-up celeb” but from where we are sitting?

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— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) April 16, 2019

Texts messages from State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to staff about two weeks before charges were dropped on Jussie Smollett.

Refers to Smollett as a “washed up celeb who lied to cops.”

Texts obtained through FOIA request. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/KWPKQzLQ8h

— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) April 16, 2019

We are of the belief that she was playing both sides against the middle. She was telling her bosses one thing and she was telling Jussie another. A special prosecutor in Illinois has decided to start investigating the matter on their own. They want to know more about how Kim Foxx carried out her investigation and the results are rather interesting.

The special prosecutor has reason to believe that “substantial abuses of discretion” have taken place and Foxx is responsible for them. It’s easy to see why this conclusion was drawn. A relatively prominent person claims that they were beaten and attacked with bleach by Trump supporters and the claim ends up being false.

At that point, they need to be placed in jail or given a massive fine, so that they are discouraged from pulling the same kinds of stunts in the future. When Foxx dismissed the case and dropped all of the charges against him, she decided to place herself on the chopping block….whether she realizes it or not. She was in such a rush to release him, she didn’t know how it would look to the average law enforcement official.

Or perhaps she knew and did not care? That’s always a possibility as well. Dan Webb is the lead investigator of Foxx’s case. He does not believe that any laws were broken during the investigation but he did note that many of her actions were rather dubious. That should not be up for debate. He was able to prove that she lied about ceasing her communications with the actor once it became known that he would be charged with a crime.

Foxx also contacted his sister, Jurnee Smollett, discussing the case with her (even after claiming that she was no longer in contact with Jussie’s family). The claims that she made about recusing herself from the case were found to be legally suspect. In other words, it did not take long for Dan Webb to slice her claims into ribbons.

False statements were issued to the press by Foxx, which only served to make matters even worse. His investigation has uncovered certain facts that we already knew and confirmed a number of hunches that we had. As it turns out, some law enforcement officials cannot resist the urge to remain in contact with celebrities who are charged with crimes, even if they are considered to be washed up at the time.