Last week, Empire actor and hate crime hoaxer, Jussie Smollett told Good Morning America host Robin Roberts, “I am not weak,” during a tearful interview where he pretended to recall a hate crime against him, that as it turns out, looks like it was also orchestrated by him.

Smollett’s sister, Jurnee Smollett, who once worked for Barack Obama

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You are not weak. You are brave. One of the bravest I know. Speaking your truth, a person living at the intersection of multiple identities, unapologetically, takes courage. I love you

Hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett’s sister, Jurnee, an actress in the WGN-TV series “Underground,’ told Ebony magazine, that the wound of slavery have not been healed, “we see that the wounds that we all as a nation inflicted upon our brothers and sisters during slavery have not been healed,” Smollett-Bell said, reflecting on the current political climate. “There’s still a really divisive residue in our nation that’s called racism and prejudice and oppression and sexism.”

Jussie and Jurnee Smollett posing for “Black Power” photo.

She said that although she doesn’t want to give Trump “the credit of stirring us up,” his rise is a “call to action,” particularly for those who might have gotten “a little relaxed” during former President Barack Obama’s tenure.

“Honestly, I have so much hope for all of us,” said Smollett-Bell, who served as a surrogate for Obama’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns. “We are being called to action, and I really see a movement of love, a movement of positivity really gaining so much momentum. If anything, that’s what I want to focus my energy on.”

Here’s Jurnee Smollett Bell’s Instagram post where she confirms that she worked for Barack Obama’s campaign. Much of her Instagram account is dedicated to hating Donald Trump and for promoting Black power and transgenders.

Hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett was no stranger to the Obama’s either. This selfie was taken on his 2016 visit to the White House.

Smollett can be seen laughing with the first lady during another White House visit here.

On Wednesday, February 24, in the State Dining Room of the White House, Jussie Smollett laughs as First Lady Michelle Obama introduces him at the student workshop: “The Musical Legacy of Ray Charles.” | (Photo by Cheriss May, Howard University News Service)

Smollett also found himself on stage with Michelle Obama in March 2016, as the first lady shook her bootie for the crowd, while Smollett sang on stage to promote black kids going to college.

Smollett was also asked to sing for the Obama’s on the eve the Obama’s celebrated themselves, with a final extravagant gala, that included black guests and black entertainers.

It’s curious how the former first family, who appears to have close ties with the Smollett family, has remained silent on the “attempted lynching” and “hate crime” committed against their good friend Jussie Smollett.  The Obama’s silence on the “hate crime” committed against their friend is especially curious, given that the “attack” by “white MAGA hat” wearing men took place in their hometown of Chicago.

Black conservative personality Adrian Norman asked why Jussie Smollett, who is intimately tied to the Obama’s, 2020 Democrat presidential candidates, Senator Corey Booker, and Kamala Harris, just happened to push a very public fake lynching case, while at the same time, Booker and Harris were trying to push an “ant-lynching” bill through Congress. Norman found their timing to be incredible, given that there hasn’t been an actual lynching in roughly 40 years in America.

Here’s Jussie talking about singing at the very last concert at the White House.

What do you think? Do you find it odd that the Obama’s, who are usually on the forefront of the race war in America, remained silent for so long on the Smollett attack in their hometown of Chicago? Did they know something that no one else knew? We’d love to know what you think in the comment section below.


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