The City of Chicago is seeking restitution for the cost of a hoax hate crime investigation ($130,000 in police overtime and other expenses) that Jussie Smollett allegedly fabricated back in January of 2019. However, regardless of whether the public believes Jussie Smollett is guilty for…
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In 2017, the Intelligence Community found no evidence of Russian interference. In 2019, the Democrats finished wasting over $35 million dollars of taxpayers’ money on a politically-motivated investigation that backfired on them in the end.
I wonder whether the majority of Blacks approve of the Democratic Party’s approach. Does it effectively sway them to their side? Will changing the way Democrats talk to Blacks really help them garner additional “Black votes” and, possibly, bolster their odds of winning major elections in 2019 and 2020?
“If you call them criminals, it’s a lot easier to get people to turn against them than if you call them undocumented immigrants.”
“Let me be really clear about something: The only reason Jussie Smollett thought he could take advantage of a hoax about a hate crime is for the environment, the toxic environment that Donald Trump created.”
“We need to decriminalize [illegal immigration]. We need to increase the number of refugees that we take into this country.”
If no one has the [cojones] to do what is morally and monetarily JUST by ending the Fed (Federal Reserve), then at least audit the damn thing like Kentuckians Thomas Massie and Rand Paul want to do. So this heartless vampire can dissolve in some much needed sunlight.
You have goals, but you’re just too lazy to make ’em happen. Yeah, yeah. Join the club. A billion other people on this planet are struggling with the same problem. We’re all asking, “What can I do to change?”
Imagine all the countless people before us, billions upon billion of people who have already died. I wonder how each of them lived their lives. Who were they? What were their stories? Will their experiences, like ours, be forever lost, destined to merely fade away into nothingness, to wander this vast expanse of space and time like grains of sand tumbling idly across the billowing dunes of the Sahara?