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Awesome!  The city of Chicago sues Jussie Smollett for $130K for wasting police resources with his fake hate crime claim.

In this short video clip a black police officer comments:

https://rumble.com/vqp7b9-chicago-to-sue-jussie-smollett-for-130k-for-wasting-police-resources.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BonginoReport&ep=2

 

I am 100% in agreement with the idea that people who commit hate crimes should be prosecuted.  Of course, 100% agreement with the idea that people who make false accusations should be held liable and prosecuted too.

 

 

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23 hours ago, Jaydee said:

Not sure why. It’s a stand alone video. I uploaded it again. Works here

 

40 minutes ago, mo32a said:

I still get the message "sorry we could not locate the item you are trying to view"

As far as I can tell there's been no video uploaded.  Jaydee, I think it might be linked back to your computer so you're playing it locally rather than from the AEF.

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3 hours ago, Seeker said:

Weird.  If I use a different browser while not-signed in I can watch the video - one of the mysteries of the internet I guess.

I totally deleted it off my phone and and it still works for me. Using   Safari browser 

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The Real Insurrection: The BLM Riots 
The corrupt January 6 Committee ignores it.
 

Riots? What riots? Insurrection in American cities in 2020? Nothing to see here, folks. Move along.

Thus it is with the Stalinesque show trial that is the January 6 Committee. As my colleague Melissa Mackenzie illustrated yesterday, “the Democrats are running their committee like a criminal trial.” It is indeed blatantly unconstitutional and no one is attempting to stop them. Why?

What is particularly telling about the hysteria over January 6 is that infinitely worse riots took place across America in 2020 — a series of genuine and decidedly violent insurrections in the name of Black Lives Matter — and there is nary an investigation in sight.

So as January 6 of 2022 is upon us, let’s do a little compare and contrast as the hysteria about January 6, 2021, is whipped up in the liberal media. 

There were five deaths in the Capitol riot. One, Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed woman, was shot to death by a Capitol police officer. The other four deaths included three who died of natural causes and one from a drug overdose. One of the fatalities, whose death was ruled as from natural causes, was a Capitol Hill police officer. Altogether there were 138 police officers injured, 73 of them from the Capitol Hill Police and 65 from Washington D.C.’s Metropolitan Police.

According to the Major Cities Chiefs Association, 574 riots took place across America between May 25 and July 31 of 2020 after the death of George Floyd. The report states that “more than 2,000 officers sustained injuries in the line of duty.” Say again, not 138 injured police officers but more than 2,000 police officers were injured — and not a blink from the January 6 Committee.

The MCCA also reported this, bold print for emphasis supplied:

In cities where violence did occur, assaults on police officers, looting, and arson were the most common criminal activities. Approximately, 72% of major city law enforcement agencies had officers harmed during the protests. This included nearly every agency that experienced at least one violent protest. In total, over the course of the civil unrest from May to July, more than 2,000 officers sustained injuries in the line of duty. One agency reported 50 officers being injured in a single week of protests. Another agency reported that 462 of their officers were injured during the protests in their jurisdiction.

Looting was also a common occurrence (2,385 instances), with 62% of major city law enforcement agencies indicating that at least one incident of looting occurred in their cities. This activity was primarily clustered during the first few days of protests. Of note, several agencies reported that in some instances, the looting appeared to be coordinated and organized. For example, some cities encountered ‘looting caravans’ that moved throughout different neighborhoods. One agency reported 115 commercial burglaries occurred in just one day. Two other agencies reported $927,000 worth of damage as a result of looting in each of their jurisdictions, and another agency reported a single looting event at a shopping mall that resulted in over $70 million in damage.

And speaking of damages done financially in these insurrections? Here’s the headline for those 2020 BLM riots per Axios: “Exclusive: $1 billion-plus riot damage is most expensive in insurance history.”

 

Suffice it to say this astronomical cost far exceeds the estimated $1.5 million of damage done in the Capitol riot.

No one is defending the Capitol riot. Period. Those who are alleged to have participated have been arrested and charged. But the double standard for those who participated in the 2020 riots boggles the mind. Here’s a headline from the New York Post: “Charges against hundreds of NYC rioters, looters have been dropped.” The story reported this:

Hundreds of alleged looters and rioters busted last year in protests over George Floyd’s murder by police have had their charges dropped, according to NYPD data — figures ripped as “disgusting” by a local business owner.

In The Bronx — which saw fires in the street and mass looting in June 2020 — more than 60 percent of arrestees have had charges dropped, according to the investigation by NBC New York.

Seventy-three of the 118 people arrested in the borough had their cases shelved altogether, another 19 were convicted on lesser counts like trespassing, which carries no jail time, the report said.

In St. Louis, KSDK TV reported this:

ST. LOUIS — Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt says St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner has not charged any of the people that St. Louis police officers have arrested during recent violent protests and, as a result, they’ve all been released.

To see that kind of level of violence and rioting that went on, police officers being shot and shot at, a retired police captain being murdered, people throwing rocks and gasoline and frozen water bottles at police officers, firefighters being assaulted and blocked from doing their job, businesses that have served the community for years being burned to the ground, it’s unfathomable that every single person arrested that night has been released.

Then there was this news out of Portland, Oregon per the New York Post: “Most charges against Portland protesters won’t be prosecuted, DA says.”

Reported the Post:

Hundreds of Portland, Oregon, protesters arrested during two months of clashes with law enforcement won’t be prosecuted, the city’s district attorney announced.

Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt unveiled the policy change Tuesdayregarding hundreds of the 550 protest-related arrests since late May.

Under the new policy, Schmidt’s office will ‘presumptively decline’ to prosecute cases that don’t fit his criteria, including interfering with a peace, parole or probation officer; second-degree disorderly conduct; first- or second-degree criminal trespass; third-degree escape and harassment. Rioting charges will also not be prosecuted unless accompanied by another crime not included in the list, Schmidt said.

On and on and on go the stories like these. And not a peep from the January 6 Committee, including Republican members Rep. Liz Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger. Say again, not a peep.

Why aren’t Cheney and Kinzinger out front demanding the January 6 Committee investigate this massive 2020 insurrection? Here is the definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary of insurrection: “An act or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established government.”

What was taking place in all those American cities in 2020 was exactly a revolt against the civil authority in those cities.

What is taking place in Washington with the January 6 Committee is a sham, and as mentioned, a Stalinesque show trial. The obvious point of the committee is to smear former President Donald Trump. The Trump-hating Cheney has said that the former president was “clearly unfit for future office” and “can never be anywhere near the Oval Office ever again.” News flash? That is a decision to be made by the American people in a free — and fair — election.

In fact, based on their own performance, it is Cheney and Kinzinger who are “clearly unfit for future office” and should never be anywhere near public office again.

The political seers are predicting a Red Wave in November. If that comes to pass and Republicans take back the House, the very first thing on the agenda should be an investigation of the January 6 Committee, its members, and staff. Not to mention that an investigation into the massive violence that swept through American cities in 2020 should be opened pronto.

Much hysteria is about to roll out as January 6 of 2022 dawns. All of it is a reminder that the January 6 Committee is really a corrupt and massive abuse of power, unconstitutional from start to its estimated summer-before-the-elections finish.

And if Republicans are on the ball, they will use the Committee and both its operation and report as a central reason why the Pelosi-run committee and the Pelosi-run House should be dismissed in November.

Post-haste.

https://spectator.org/the-real-insurrection-the-blm-riots/

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On 1/4/2022 at 1:03 PM, Jaydee said:
The Real Insurrection: The BLM Riots 
The corrupt January 6 Committee ignores it.

In 1988, the FBI arrested and charged seven men and women for execution of the blast. They were Marilyn Jean Buck, Linda Evans, Susan Rosenberg, Timothy Blunk, Alan Berkman, Laura Whitehorn and Elizabeth Ann Duke. All were either members of the Weather Underground or had some link to it. Some were also closely associated with the May 19th Communist Organization.

Some of them pleaded deals and were eventually charged for other crimes. Some others were paroled, and one of them, Duke, is still on the lam with a heavy FBI reward out for her. Two of them were serving long sentences in 2001: Evans, a 38-year sentence, and Rosenberg, a 58-year term, not for the Capitol bombing, but for a New Jersey weapons case. Then, in his last day in office—with only two hours left—President Bill Clinton pardoned both.

Rosenberg is now the vice chairman of the board of Thousand Currents, the deep-pocketed funder of hard-left causes, which until last July was the fiscal sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the main BLM organization.”

 

https://www.heritage.org/crime-and-justice/commentary/it-didnt-start-jan-6-brief-history-terrorist-violence-capitol

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Just imagine the sentence if this had been the reverse. BUT…at least he got something.!

 

Jussie Smollett Gets Jail Time, Probation, Ordered To Pay Fine

 

Actor Jussie Smollett was sentenced to 150 days in jail, followed by 30 months on probation, and ordered to $120,000 in restitution and $25,000 in fines during his sentencing on Thursday.

Smollett told police on January 29, 2019, that he was attacked by two men in Chicago at 2 a.m. who he claimed made racist and homophobic slurs, wrapped a rope around his neck and poured an “unknown substance” on him, and yelled this is “MAGA country.”

Police later obtained footage of the two men, who are brothers, in question and detained them at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport a couple of weeks later after they returned from Nigeria. Police later released the two brothers, saying that they were not suspects in the investigation.

ABC News highlighted the following key series of events:

  • Feb. 16, 2019: Police say the investigation has “shifted” after detectives questioned the brothers, and request a follow-up interview with Smollett. His lawyers say he feels “victimized” by reports that he played a role in the assault.
  • Feb. 17, 2019: Chicago police reach out to Smollett’s attorney saying they still want to interview him again because new information has “shifted” their investigation.
  • Feb. 19, 2019: Chicago’s top prosecutor, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, recuses herself from the investigation. Her office says the decision was made “out of an abundance of caution … to address potential questions of impartiality based upon familiarity with potential witnesses in the case.”
  • Feb. 20, 2019: Prosecutors charge Smollett with disorderly conduct for filing a false police report about the alleged attack.
  • March 7, 2019: A Cook County grand jury returns a 16-count indictment charging Smollett with falsely reporting an offense.
  • March 26, 2019: Smollett’s attorneys say charges alleging he lied to police have been dropped.
  • March 28, 2019: A city official says Chicago is seeking $130,000 from Smollett to cover the cost of the investigation into his reported beating, which police say was staged.
  • Aug. 23, 2019: Judge names former U.S. Attorney Dan Webb as special prosecutor to investigate why charges against Smollett were dropped.
  • Feb. 11, 2020: Webb says grand jury returns six-count indictment against Smollett, accusing him of lying to police.
  • Dec. 9, 2021: A jury convicts Smollett on five counts of disorderly conduct, and acquits him on a sixth count.

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From two years ago…the story didn’t get a lot of attention, probably due to it didn’t fit the narrrative of the time.
 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/13/us/north-carolina-boy-killed/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0bD7s4b0X-j8uiUEYJxXak9G81fHvRQ7_-9PCQQ5r7WNUMbozFqkt9nZc
 

“ The whole nation stood together in solidarity for the senseless death of George Floyd. 

So I’m curious, how many will stand together in solidarity & demand justice for the senseless death of Cannon Hinnant? Does HIS life not matter?

Cannon was 5 years old.  He was white. This past Sunday, he was riding his bike in front of his house & Darius Nathaniel Sessoms, a black male, walked up, put a gun to his head and shot & killed Cannon.  

A 5 year old white boy was shot & killed by a 27 year old black male...on purpose....for no reason.  

Did you read that?

Why does one life matter so much it captures our Nation, but no one is talking about Cannon?? I don’t want to look away.  I hope you can’t. I want to know why this little boy & HIS senseless death are not just as important. 

Who is going to paint “Cannon” on the side of a building? What National sports team is going to wear T-shirts with his name on them? You guessed it. No one. 

Every single person should be demanding justice for Cannon, the little 5 yr old boy who was killed for no reason but being white.  

Think on that.  Look at his face. 

I’m sick to death of hearing ONLY “Black Lives Matter". 

The agenda here is to perpetuate division & promulgate racism. I for one am not going to feel guilty or apologize for being white, nor will I be quiet when the SAME THING is happening to others, but no one is talking about that. “

 

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3 hours ago, Jaydee said:

it didn’t fit the narrrative

Which is now increasingly obvious to people who hadn't previously given a lot of thought to such things.

It's particularly poignant with parents, and ironically, democrats (who only had to do nothing to prosper and prevail) attacked the one demographic guaranteed to hurt them in two upcoming elections. 

Endangering people's children, or messing with them in anyway (education, mandatory masking/vaccination, CRT, drag queen story time, etc) is the exact sort of thing that could usher in a new era of zero negotiations, zero compromise, full throttle winner take all elections. Conservatives see that they have a small time frame to beat this back into the shadows (where it belongs IMO) and the actions they are now willing to support are likely be more aggressive than actually necessary to do the job.

I previously would never have supported that... now I do. My opinion may be unimportant on its own merits but the point is it's a huge and fundamental shift for me personally. If I can make that shift (albeit reluctantly), how likely is that others would accept, or even applaud it.

That's not good. My point through all of this was that it's a bad idea to make people feel as though they have no choice other than direct, unilateral action and/or that they need to be frightened of an election result that doesn't go in their favour. For all the MSM parroting of "threat to our democracy," they seemed to miss that one completely.  

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