HUMILIATING: Kamala Harris & Joe Biden’s Tweets About Jussie Smollett Did Not END Well

(Republican Party News) – A couple of years back, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris both wrote posts on Twitter in which they adamantly defended actor Jussie Smollett, referring to the “attack” on him as a “modern-day lynching.”

These two knuckleheads expressed their full support for him as well as their absolute and total disgust for this act of homophobic racism that was allegedly done at the hands of white supremacist Trump supporters.

Both of them were ridiculed heavily online for jumping to conclusions and supporting Smollett, a man who had shared some pretty heinous and hateful, and dare we say “vulgar” things about President Donald Trump in many of his tweets.

Well, now that Smollett has been found guilty of actually staging this “attack,” these tweets from Biden and Harris look even more ridiculous.

According to 100 Percent Fed Up, “Right after this happened, the public had already suspected this story was fabricated. However, Biden and Harris took to Twitter to express their explicit support for Smollett.”

“We must stand up and demand that we no longer give this hate safe harbor; that homophobia and racism have no place on our streets or in our hearts. We are with you, Jussie.” Joe Biden posted on Twitter.

Harris also voiced her support for Smollett and her love for the guy, who turned out to be a criminal, saying, “@JussieSmollett is one of the kindest, most gentle human beings I know. I’m praying for his quick recovery. This was an attempted modern day lynching. No one should have to fear for their life because of their sexuality or color of their skin. We must confront this hate.”

“The ‘kind’, ‘gentle’ human that Harris referred to was not only convicted of staging this hate crime and lying to the police, but he had also previously Tweeted an incredibly vulgar message to President Trump, saying, ‘Shut the hell up you b**** a** n****. You will continue to run this country further into the ground and risk lives every time you breathe. You’re not the president. Just a dumpster full of hate. FOH. Sick to my stomach that literal s*** currently represents America to the world,'” the report continued.

Boy, this guy is a great role model for children, isn’t he? Who wouldn’t want to see their kids grow up to be Jussie Smollett?

A WND report from Thursday covered the verdict that was revealed in the Smollett case.

Smollett faced a total of six counts of disorderly conduct “under a subsection of the law that prohibits false reports to police,” which is considered to be a class 4 felony.

The jury ended up deliberating for nine hours before reaching their verdict. The actor was found guilty on five out of six counts.

The actor, who is most known for his work on the television series, “Empire,” allegedly staged the entire hate crime hoax against himself.

“In January 2019, Smollett told police, along with the rest of the world, that two masked men attacked him on the street, yelling that Smollett was in “MAGA country” along with various racial and anti-gay slurs,” WND said, adding, “Eventually, it was discovered that the two men were actually of Nigerian descent and had previously worked with Smollett.”

Brothers Abimbola “Abel” and Olabinjo “Ola” Osundario stated that the “Empire” star hired them to help him stage the attack.

“Smollett testified that he had previously had sexual relations with Abimbola, perhaps in a move to frame Abimbola’s motivation for the attack as one of a jilted lover,” WND revealed.

But that’s not what the evidence suggested took place. In fact, the evidence points to the exact opposite of that.

“According to The Associated Press, the brothers alleged the actor paid them $3,500 to help stage the crime and then instructed them to buy a rope (which Smollett alleged the attackers tied around his neck) and masks,” the report continued.

Surveillance did show that the brothers bought those items. The brothers then testified that Smollett instructed them not to “hurt him too badly.”

This guy is a real piece of work.

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