News Opinons

Kim Foxx Just Threw The Book At Someone For Making A False Police Report But It Wasn’t Jussie Smollett

After whitewashing the Jussie Smollett affair and dropping all

charges, you’d think SA Kim Foxx would take a break from throwing the book at other people who file false police reports. You know, just to at least pretend like her “this is totally normal” story was true.


Only a couple of months later, she’s brazenly illustrating that she abides by two tiers of justice. One for minority celebrities who are in good with Jesse Jackson and another for the rest of us plebs.

Republicans Get Out of the Way as Democrats Form a Circular Firing Squad
Maher: ‘How Are We Going to Build Back Better if We Have No Workers and No Supplies?’
‘Are You Kidding Me?’: Fauci Rejects Push To Step Down During Interview, Insists He’s ‘Not An Obstacle’

Robert Racky pleaded guilty to filing false police report last month, after calling the cops in August 2018 saying he been carjacked. In fact, he had been booted by the city for unpaid parking tickets.

The frail 76-year-old, who opened the first rooftop club outside the home of the Chicago Cubs in Wrigleyville in 1988, was thrown in jail for two days before a lawyer posted his bond.

He couldn’t afford to pay the bail himself because of a slew of financial problems and was suffering from crippling bronchitis at the time.

Racky admitted his crimes straight after he was arrested and saved the city a lengthy investigation, but was still dragged through the courts and will now likely end his life with a rap sheet.

Joe Biden Unable to Meet ‘Major Challenges’ on Clogged Ports and Snarled Supply Chains
US to Lift Border Restrictions for Vaccinated Travelers Next Month
Confidence in US Democracy Hits Near-Record Low

It was his first offense. Now questions are being raised as to why Racky was subjected to different standards to Smollett.

Now, compare this to Jussie Smollett.

Smollett didn’t admit to his crimes, cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars, and was eventually charged on multiple counts based on a multitude of evidence. Instead of being drug through the court system and forced to accept a criminal record, Smollett was let off completely. All charges were dropped, no official punishment was given, and the public were left with a ridiculous claim that he had done “community service” by spending the day at Jesse Jackson’s political outfit.

Kim Foxx’s office assured us this was all normal and how she typically handles similar cases.

Meanwhile, a 76 year old man that did something stupid (but owned up to it) was made to plead guilty. That’s not to say this man shouldn’t have been charged, but it is to say that it’s laughably unfair that Smollett wasn’t given the same treatment given the far worse degree of his crimes.

Fully Vaxxed Former CNN Contributor Marc Lamont Hill Suffers Heart Attack and is Hospitalized with Blood Clots
Baldwin Could Face Negligent Manslaughter Charges Over Fatal Shot
Confidence in US Democracy Hits Near-Record Low

This is the real unfairness of our justice system. It’s not racial, it’s about money and politics. If you are rich, famous, and politically connected with the right people, then you get treated differently. Smollett should be sitting in jail right now for what he did (and his failure to admit it). Instead, he’s walking free while normal citizens end up behind bars, paying fines, and owning a criminal record for the rest of their lives.

For Kim Foxx’s part, she has no business being in the position she is in. While I’d hope the people of Chicago would figure that out and force her resignation, the history of corruption there suggests they’ll probably simply re-elect her.

Story cited here.