How Juicy Can it Get?

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Juicy Smollett has been Re-Indicted

Nigerian brothers Abel and Ola Osundairo were identified 

as the (white) people he’d said attacked him. The pair knew 
Smollett and told the authorities he paid them to attack 
him in a staged incident to allegedly boost his celebrity profile 
and salary.

(link) The race baiting D-List actor may be looking at some serious time on this go-round, but it’s Chicago. A year ago, you’ll recall that Juicy was charged with a sixteen count indictment with over fifty years of criminal exposure when Illinois State Attorney Kim Foxxx dropped the charges, announcing that she’d received enough cash under the table and that convinced her that Juicy had suffered enough. 

Juicy runs in the right Chicago circles with the Reverend Jessie Jackson, the Obamas, Oprah and other luminaries. Apparently that sort of ‘juice’ wasn’t sufficient for Juicy. It’s always better if you’re black if you can say that two white Trump supporters beat you within an inch of your life. When it comes out that it was nothing but a hoax (much like the impeachment hoax and the Russia hoax), what can you do except to funnel funds to somebody like Foxxx? Of course Foxxx asserts that she only wanted what was best for young Juicy. There is more than one way of looking at all of this. That must be what the investigation team that brought the matter to an Illinois Grand Jury was thinking.
Will Juicy outrun the law again this time?

14 thoughts on “How Juicy Can it Get?

  1. Whenever I drive east I go around Illinois. The Interstates are in terrible condition but have a large trooper presence. My independent trucker relatives/friends avoid loads going there. None of the bizarre news from Chicago surprises me.

  2. I predicted that the Juicy case would fade away. Looks like my crystal ball has fogged up a tad. But don't count me out just yet, this case still has to make its way through a thoroughly corrupt Chicago justice system, and Juicy may beat this rap still.

    I have faith in having no faith in Chicago justice. I still say Juicy skates on this one.

  3. Yes, I admit that this was a very poorly planned conspiracy that fell apart immediately and boomeranged on Juicy.

  4. There are two factions who are in contention here. Both are corrupt. One hates Juicy because he made black people look like fools who are trying to set up white people – and gave credence to white people who don't like being framed.

  5. I'm with you. It's a place to be avoided and the airports are places to be shunned in bad winter weather.

  6. I grew up in the area and agree with this. The Daley Machine spilled over into all of the "Collar Counties" around the city, and brought their scum and villainy with them.

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