Conservative street artist Sabo strikes again! This time his mark is being left in Los Angeles, California, with posters mocking the hate crime hoax perpetrating actor Jussie Smollett.
The posters seen around town place Smollett’s face, with a MAGA hat on his head, onto a parody poster for the 2018 movie BlacKkKlansman, which is about a black police officer infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970’s.
Lol. These are going up in LA. pic.twitter.com/ic5vIq7krw
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) February 18, 2019
Smollett claims he was attacked by two men, wearing “Make America Great Again” hats, screaming “this is MAGA country” on an early morning in Chicago. He alleges that the two men beat him senseless, placed his neck in a noose, and poured bleach on him.
The left immediately latched onto the alleged hate crime to shame President Trump and his supporters. Figures including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, CNN’s Ana Navarro, and countless others published, and then later deleted condemnation of Trump supporters for the attack.
And even after it has been fully exposed as a hoax, some anti-Trump figures are still standing with Smollett, or at least against Trump supporters in the matter.
CNN’s Brian Stelter, instead of taking responsibility for promoting such an obviously fake hate crime, claims that conservative media outlets “weaponized” the hate crime hoax.
When asked about Smollett’s hate crime hoax, 2020 Presidential candidate Cory Booker chose to blame those on the political right instead of accept the fact that Smollett perpetrated a hoax.
The case of Jussie Smollett is just another example of the growing hate crime hoax problem in this country.
While the left continues to claim that hate crimes are up following the election of President Trump, they neglect to mention the fact that hate crime hoaxes are also through the roof.
In one case, a 19-year old Israeli called in dozens of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers in the U.S.
Despite those calls being fake, some on the left continue to use each call as an individual hate crime in order to help promote their narrative that President Trump is dividing America.
Smollett continues to push forward this narrative in his attempt to create a high profile hate crime.
In a society where left-wing celebrities have to go out of their way to make it look like a hateful person attacked them, maybe race relations are at a pretty good spot. And maybe it is those on the left, who so much want Trump to be violent, who are the ones dividing America.
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