Embattled Cook County prosecutor Kim Foxx continues to face intense criticism over her decision to drop all charges against hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett.
Smollett may have gotten off scot-free but the shady prosecutor who engineered the dismissal of over a dozen felony counts against the actor has come under increasing fire for her role in the case.
The shocking news that the star of Fox’s television series Empire had all charges dropped against him earlier this week resulted in outrage from the Chicago police who meticulously investigated the incident and determined that the actor was lying.
It even managed to draw condemnation from Mayor Rahm Emanuel who decried how Kim Foxx’s office undermined the police and did a disservice to victims of real hate crimes although he was soon back on script and blaming it on President Trump.
With Smollett now openly scoffing at the police and refusing to pay the $130,000 for the costs incurred by his scam, Foxx is also fighting back by suggesting that any criticism of her is – you guessed it – racist.
And in an outrageous show of how she is also on the same page as Smollett and his supporters to blame it all on the racist cops, she refused to denounce a supporter who during a Saturday presser, referred to the police as the “Blue Klux Klan” which should do wonders to stoke racial tensions in a city with a crime rate that would be commonplace in a third world shithole.
A rally in support of Kim Foxx just happened in which at least one speaker flat out called the FOP racist “blue klux klan.” Foxx did not object to that and carried on with her speech. After her extemely short presser I asked if she agrees that all police are racist: pic.twitter.com/kqM4G8hAze
— Matt Finn (@MattFinnFNC) April 6, 2019
Via Breitbart News, “Kim Foxx Remains Silent as Supporter Calls Chicago Police ‘Blue Klux Klan’”:
A supporter of Cook County Attorney Kim Foxx, whose office recently dropped all charges against Empire actor Jussie Smollett, referred to the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police as the “Blue Klux Klan” in a Saturday afternoon press conference — a racial slur the top prosecutor would not refute when asked whether she concurred with the comparison.
Fox News correspondent Matt Finn reported the eye-opening comment was made by
Black Lives Matter activist Jamal Greene ahead of Foxx’s remarks on the Smollett case at Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr.’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition office in Chicago. As Kim Foxx made her way out of the press conference, Finn pressed the attorney repeatedly about whether she endorsed Greene’s remarks.
“Ms. Foxx, do you think the FOP is the blue klux klan? Do you think that every police officer is racist in this city?” You’re going to let somebody say that?” the reporter asked Foxx, who did not once acknowledge the question.
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) April 7, 2019
According to Foxx:
“I am undaunted by the events of the last two weeks I am committed to serving my term and should the people have me continuing forward I believe that this has sparked a reason for us to have a conversation about where we really stand on criminal justice reform what we really believe when we talk about the rhetoric of a broken system and fixing it it means that you have to have fidelity to that and the efforts that I’ve had on criminal justice reform that were once celebrated by many in this county that are now being attacked because of one case in one celebrity I think we have to ask ourselves what is this really about [music] I’ve been asking myself for the last two weeks what is this really about and as someone who has lived in this city who came up from the projects of this city to serve as the first African-American woman in this role it is disheartening to me and to the women and men for whom I represent that there is not a place I go that I don’t represent for cabrini that when we get in these positions to somehow goals polls change somehow when you do the best and if you put our office on national standards there are people watching what we’re doing in cook county around criminal justice reform and yet and yet so I will tell you that this is personal it’s personal.”
Right out of Obama 101!