Jussie Smollett Melts Down in Courtroom After Sentencing for Faking Hate Crime – Opinion

Jussie, who feigned hate crimes against himself in Chicago was sentenced on Thursday. Smollett, who conspired to make it appear that Trump supporters attacked him, was sentenced in December. He tied a noose around Smollett’s neck at 2:00AM, during a polar vortex.

He received some support from the Vice President, and a lot more later. Kamala Harris, it quickly became apparent that his story wasn’t adding up. He was out at midnight, eating a sandwich while it was below zero. Why didn’t he call the police right away? Why didn’t he just leave the noose behind until the cops arrived? If he was as badly beaten, why did he appear to be largely unscathed? Why didn’t he give up his cellphone? Why would there be Trump supporters prowling in the middle of a polar vortex in one of America’s most liberal cities?

Still, Smollett probably could have just shut his mouth and avoided any further scrutiny, but he had the audacity to trash the Chicago PD for not “solving” his case while claiming racism. Kim Foxx, a far-left DA and friend of Michelle Obama started an investigation. The case was eventually taken over by a special prosecutor, and that’s the end of it.

That brings us to Thursday’s sentencing. Smollett spent 150 days in prison and was then able to have a complete meltdown, before being taken out of courtroom.

There are two ways to look at this, and perhaps both played a part in Smollett’s big performance.

Evidently, this man isn’t well. Since the beginning of this story, his behavior has been extremely unpredictable and irrational. His fake hate crime was very stupid. Even dumber was his attempt to bring up the subject with the police by accusing them racial bias. Once he went to trial, instead showing any respect, he treated it all with complete disregard. Now, he’s going to jail for his trouble.

Smollett is aware that his innocence must be maintained if he wants to perform again. He believes that Hollywood will welcome him back with open arms as a social justice warrior and victim of the system, as long as he doesn’t admit guilt. This courtroom crisis was not only the result of someone who was mentally unstable but also a product of someone who still tries to control others for his own gain and hasn’t learned any lessons from it.

Smollett’s gamble will likely pay off, too. When he gets out of jail, it’s just a matter of time before the sympathetic profiles come out and he lands another acting job. Smollett may not want to admit that, but justice is served for the time being.

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