The other shoe dropped on hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett who on Thursday morning, found himself under arrest after his racist scam completely imploded.
On Wednesday night, a local Chicago news affiliate has obtained and published a stunning video of the two Nigerian brothers who have reportedly admitted to assisting Smollett with his scheme that had authorities skeptical from the start.
According to the account from Smollett – a gay black man – he was assaulted in freezing temperatures by two assailants wearing the red MAGA hats that are worn by many supporters of President Trump but have been compared to KKK hoods by the dishonest, corrupt media as well as Democrats.
Things began to take a turn for the worse for Smollett when the brothers began cooperating with police and while the star’s expensive legal team is on the job, this surveillance video of Ola and Abel Osundairo at the counter of the store that sold them the items that they used as props in the “attack” could drive home the nail that seals his career coffin.
I tracked down surveillance of the Osundairo's buying supplies before "attack"
Sources say Jussie Smollet told brothers what to buy.
Countless phone calls placed for this.
— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) February 20, 2019
The next morning, Smollett turned himself in and Chicago’s black police superintendent used the press conference to unload on the hateful star of Fox’s hip hop hit “Empire” for his disgusting exploitation of race.
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Via the Associated Press, “Chicago police chief angry over alleged Smollett hoax”:
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson took it personally when detectives determined that “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett allegedly lied about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack .
Speaking Thursday at a news conference, Johnson said he was angry and offended that another black man would exploit racial divisions for his own gain — and smear the reputation of a city Johnson has worked his entire career to protect.
“I know the racial divide that exists here. I know how hard it’s been for our city and our nation to come together. And I also know the disparities and I know the history,” Johnson said. ”‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career.”
The arrest is only the first step in rolling back the fake hate crimes that have been perpetrated by the extremists in the post-Obama era, the next would be for every charge possible to be brought against Smollett to make an example of him.