Jussie Smollett was found guilty on five of six counts of disorderly conduct pertaining to filing a false police report. This trial was in relation to a set-up in which Smollet paid two brothers to pose as Trump supporters, stage an “attack” on him, use racial slurs and non-politically correct terms for homosexuals. All in an effort to boost his career.
Even after the evidence had proven a hoax, Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles defended Smollett criticizing the trial as being a “white supremacist charade” claiming that the judicial system is corrupt working to “devalue their lives.” “Their” meaning black Americans.
Ironically, Smollett’s case proved how obsolete the Black Lives Matter movement is. If systemic racism was as widespread as BLM claims, the Chicago PD would have chalked this incident up to another hate crime, wrote a report and filed it in the circular filing cabinet. Instead, it was Smollett’s star-power which propelled the police to dig deeper, ultimately exposing the hoax. One could call that privilege.
What Black Lives Matter fails to understand is that True Justice is not about reparations. A jury should not render a verdict based on claims that the justice system is slanted against a specific people group.
True justice is not about revenge. True justice is about truth and restitution based on equity in the eyes of God. Those who are saying that Smollett should be found innocent because of past inequities committed by unrelated parties against minorities are not seeking justice; they are asking for injustice. The very thing against which they say they are fighting.
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