Back when the District Attorney in Chicago dropped all charges - remember there were 16 counts - against Jussie Smollett after he faked being attacked by a group of Donald Trump supporters, it causes complete shock across the country because there was so much evidence against him.
It was a sudden decision that seemed to come out of nowhere.
The evidence was piling up against Smollett then out of nowhere - and very suspiciously - Kim Foxx announced that she was dropping charges against Smollett. There was definitely something odd about the decision.
Well, it looks like she was paid off because she just received a two million dollar donation for her reelection campaign. The donation came from one group who is headed by one man.
Maybe it's just coincidence, right? Except the donation came from a group who is headed by none other than George Soros.
Texts messages from State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to staff about two weeks before charges were dropped on Jussie Smollett.
Refers to Smollett as a “washed up celeb who lied to cops.”
— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) April 16, 2019
Anti-American billionaire George Soros reportedly gave seven-figure campaign donations to re-elect Kim Foxx, the Chicago prosecutor who decided to drop all charges against accused hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett.
Foxx is running to return to her office as state’s attorney for Cook County, and it’s reported that she benefited from a political pac named the Illinois Justice & Public Safety PAC which helped her run a six-figure ad campaign. It turns out that the pac’s entire $2 million budget came from one of the many activist groups stealthily funded by Soros, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
The Soros funding came as part of the billionaire’s effort to put radical leftists into county attorney and prosecutor offices all across the country. And Foxx has been part of the Soros plan for years, already. She received $408,000 from the foreign billionaire when she first ran for her office in 2016.
Foxx was widely criticized for her controversial decision to drop charges of lying about a hate crime lodged against TV actor Jussie Smollett despite that the Chicago Police and a grand jury recommended that he be prosecuted. Even the city’s left-wing mayor vowed to hold the actor accountable for his actions.