CNN’s Van Jones goes off the rails during a segment on CNN after Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson called out (see below) ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett for his hate hoax. The statement by Johnson was blistering and very revealing (see below). It exposed Smollett for orchestrating a hate hoax and then blaming it on Trump supporters. The leftist media should take the time to apologize to all of the Trump supporters out there but it won’t happen. They’re still trying to find a way to support him.

The left just can’t help but continue to ignore the truth and prop up this hate hoaxer.

CNN’s Van Jones on Jussie Smollett:

“This is a Jackie Robinson against homophobia in the black community, an icon, a beloved icon.”

This is an insult to Jackie Robinson.

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The statement from the Chicago Police was delivered by Eddie Johnson this morning. He held nothing back:

‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett surrendered to Chicago police early this morning after repeated denials that he orchestrated the racist and homophobic attack in the Streeterville area of Chicago.

Smollett has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report when he reported that he was attacked.

Smollett’s mug shot from earlier today:


There will be a court hearing a 1:30 PM CT where Smollett will enter a plea.

Chicago Police Chief Eddie Johnson held nothing back in his statement this morning:

He began by discussing the victims of Chicago crime and how he wishes they would get more attention:

“I just wish that the families of gun violence in this city got this much attention because that’s who really deserves the amount of attention that we’re giving to this particular incident.”

He went on to slam Smollett for the “publicity stunt” he orchestrated.

He held nothing back in his statement:

Supt. Eddie Johnson: I’ve lived in the city of Chicago my entire life. We just don’t have any room for hatred in this city. To be used for personal gain is “shameful.”

“It’s shameful”…”It’s just despicable”… “It makes you wonder what’s going on in someone’s mind to be able to do something like that.”

Eddie Johnson’s statement reveals that he’s not playing with the people who continue to make Smollett out to be the victim. His concern for victims of future hate crimes was expressed:

“I’m also concerned about what this means moving forward for hate crimes. My concern is that hate crimes will now publicly be met with a level of skepticism that previously didn’t happen.”

Smollett could be fined and also see up to 3 years in jail.

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