Friday, February 1, 2019

Jussie Smollett Statement On Racist Attack



After media reported doubts to his account (see prior analysis), Jussie Smollett released a statement about the attack. 

Is he telling the truth?

Or, is it "fake hate" and a crime of filing a false police report?

We listen for him to use words to connect him to the alleged attack. The words of his manager suggest that he does not believe the attack.  

In light of the media reports of doubt, we expect him to linguistically connect himself to such a personally intrusive and terrifying act. 

We do expect and accept a level of defensiveness in light of the negative media reporting. This can be buttressed by saying, "I told the truth" regarding his report to the police. 




“Let me start by saying that I’m OK. My body is strong but my soul is stronger. More importantly I want to say thank you. The outpouring of love and support from my village has meant more than I will ever be able to truly put into words. 


I am working with authorities and have been 100% factual and consistent on every level. Despite my frustrations and deep concern with certain inaccuracies and misrepresentations that have been spread, I still believe that justice will be served. 

As my family stated, these types of cowardly attacks are happening to my sisters, brothers and non-gender conforming siblings daily. I am not and should not be looked upon as an isolated incident. We will talk soon and I will address all details of this horrific incident, but I need a moment to process. Most importantly, during times of trauma, grief and pain, there is still a responsibility to lead with love. It’s all I know. And that can’t be kicked out of me.”

 “With Love, respect & honor…Jussie.”

Here is a brief analysis of his statement. 


“Let me start by saying that I’m OK. 

He does not begin with the pronoun "I" in his statement. This is to show psychological distance from the statement. It alerts the analyst that there may be unreliable information in the statement. 

We also note that where one begins the statement is a strong priority. 

His priority is to "start by saying" that he is "OK."

He was reportedly injured (broken ribs in some report) but without verification. 

He asserts this as something to "say" and it is to "start", so we can expect a follow through (logic) with what happened to him. 

Knowing that it is a mystery as reported, the logical progression is expected to address what he experienced at the hands of two racist attackers. 


My body is strong but my soul is stronger. 

In an assault, the hands of strangers were put upon him.  This is the "personal" aspect of it; not that he knew the attackers.  It is a most intrusive action. 

Next, it was reported that he had a noose "placed on" his neck. This statement from his manager used passivity (alleviating  the two masked attackers of the responsibility for this dangerous and terrorizing action) and soft language.  

He reports his "soul" is "stronger."

This is not the language of a victim shortly after an attack.  

This is the language that may come after a period of time to process and heal.  It is to portray himself as a hero or overcomer. 

Human Empathy 

Two white racist Trump supporters are on the loose. They are dangerous. They carried a noose and they carried an unknown chemical and chose a black homosexual as their target. 

He wishes "peace" for this audience - when one experiences something very painful, they often will wish that society at large is protected from the horror or terror they themselves experienced. 

He should be calling for these two white racist Trump supporters to be caught. 

He does not. 

He wants his audience to know about his "soul."



More importantly I want to say thank you. 

Ingratiation Factor: 

This is a psychological form of manipulation. He reaches out to "thank" the recipients of this article (statement) which is "more important" than that which preceded it.  

The "ingratiation factor" in statement analysis is where a guilty suspect, for example, praises police.  It is to "ingratiate oneself" into an otherwise doubting or hostile recipient (audience).  

When DeOrr Kunz had a rural area checked for his missing son, rather than show fear and frustration at the lack of success, he gave a lengthy detailed praise of search and rescue for not finding his toddler son. The context is age, location and how long the little boy had been missing. 

Here, the context is a trauma producing (hormonal) attempted murder. 

A noose is to cut off oxygen while terrorizing (reminiscent of black lynching by the KKK).  This is why behavioral analysis would indicate an immediate repulsion and removal of the risk by the victim.  

He did not. 

He identifies the source who deserves his gratitude: 



The outpouring of love and support from my village has meant more than I will ever be able to truly put into words. 

This is a form of manipulation which produced the unnecessary word "truly." 

He has not told us he was attacked. 

He has not shown basic human concern for the other black, homosexual males, or anyone else in the population that could be targeted by these racist violent Trump supporters that are armed (noose/chemical) and dangerous (verbalized hate). 


I am working with authorities and have been 100% factual and consistent on every level


Note the pronoun "I" and "authorities" (not police) are separated by the word "with."  This is a psychological distancing from "authorities." 

Note the numeric used regarding being "factual" and "consistent" as unnecessary persuasion. 

Better is, "I told the truth."

He uses "consistent" rather than "truth", which may be in response to the police, after interviewing him, had to learn from media about the "MAGA" claim. 

Despite my frustrations and deep concern with certain inaccuracies and misrepresentations that have been spread, I still believe that justice will be served. 

Here he tells us that there have been "certain" "inaccuracies", rather than false reporting or fake news.

This is the perfect place for him to tell us he was attacked. 

He is alleged to be a victim of an attempted lynching, with broken ribs and an altercation that according to reports, and an original picture posted by his manager, injured.  Yet he moves away (distancing) from this personal attack to "these types" (general) of "cowardly attacks."

This is not consistent with one who has just been physically and personally attacked. 

This is not the language of trauma. 

This is not the language of experiential memory/

As my family stated, these types of cowardly attacks are happening 

Here is insight into a dominant personalty trait of manipulation: 


to my sisters, brothers and non-gender conforming siblings daily. 

Note the need to move away from a singular, traumatic personal assault to the larger context of concern for others.  Moving from the singular to the plural, in such a bizarre manner, is not the first time we have seen this. 

Charlie Rogers said that 3 masked me broke into her home, tied her down, cut words into her flesh and pour gasoline and lit the house on fire., 

"You probably know someone that something like this has happened to..." she told the televised audience. 

For her, this is "common" and not "unique."'

A noose and chemical attack is common (plural) to Jussie Smollett because he did not experience it, either


Note the ingratiation and the exaggeration (persuasion weakness):

These types of attacks (lynching and chemical) are happening "daily" to certain groups:

my sisters (female first)
my brothers
"non-gender conforming siblings."

This is insight into how far in deception he will go. 

He is "okay" and his "soul" is strong.  

He may not expect consequences to come to him due to his "victim status" of racism, homophobia and his exploitation of "MAGA" to continue his attack on Trump. 


It is likely that he perceives himself above consequence, including filing a false report and from his employer, as well as the Hollywood community at large. 

Since this is happening "daily", where racist white "MAGA" males are attacking, carrying chemicals and willing to employ lynching, he wants his audience to know that this "daily" action is not "isolated." 

I am not and should not be looked upon as an isolated incident. 

This is an example of "incongruence"; that is, he is not speaking from experiential memory.  

The belief of being beyond the consequences of his actions is now affirmed in the pronoun "we" where he is no longer alone ("I") in the statement: 


We will talk soon and I will address all details of this horrific incident, but I need a moment to process. 

He calls the vicious attack a "horrific" (appropriate) "incident" (inappropriate, minimizing, incongruent)

This affirms that his language does not proceed from a memory of an attack that he personally experienced   It could come from a book, story or movie, but not from his own (hormonal) experience. 

He does not "address all the details" in the statement but "we" will talk soon.  He does not identify who "we" are; yet in context and the use of  ingratiation, he reveals that "we" are the readers of the magazine, those he considers "sisters, brothers" and then the separate status of "non-gender conforming siblings."

He touches upon those he wishes to ingratiate himself upon, which is a form of manipulation that in context, is from the guilt of deception.  


Most importantly, during times of trauma, grief and pain, there is still a responsibility to lead with love. It’s all I know. And that can’t be kicked out of me.”

 “With Love, respect & honor…Jussie.”


Analysis Conclusion

Deception Indicated. 

Jussie Smollett did not connect himself to the attack, he minimized it, claimed to be "100%" "factual and consistent" revealing that he does not stand behind the psychological wall of truth. 

Victims of such horror care little, in the aftermath, of whether or not someone believes them. They "know what happened" and the wounds have not healed.  They do not have a need to persuade an audience, ingratiate or manipulate. 


The past tweets from Jussie Smollett, particularly towards the president,  reveal an angry racist elitist, who is wiling to put genuine victims at risk so that he can fulfill his desire to embarrass the president. 

He shows no concern for the public who may be targeted by these attackers, yet shows contempt for them in his manipulation.  This is consistent with the low level of empathy and the false report will put genuine victims of assault at risk due to the increasing cynicism from the public. 

It is interesting that as he shows:

a. no concern for the public
b. contempt for the public (identifying specific groups)
c. Two innocent white males could be wrongfully arrested due to his deception.  

He signs off with "love, respect & honor" while his tweets were specifically racist and vile. 

It is to be noted that the claims (in reports) of what the alleged attackers said to him is similar to the language used in his tweets. 

He does not show "love, respect & honor" to the public, his fans, nor to future victims of violent attacks.  

He shows that he holds his audience in contempt, expecting them to be incapable of discernment. He is wiling to exploit them for his own purposes. 

It is not surprising that hundreds of hours of video have failed to show the attack, or that details have been in doubt. 

If any altercation actually took place that night, it may have been due to spurned sexual advances. 

 If true, this could be the competing motive for the choice of  words, including that his family needed to say "to be clear, this was a racist and homophobic..." and his appeal to "non gender conforming siblings." 

At a time of great national divide, this form of fraudulent exploitation can only increase the divide; the very opposite of love, respect and honor. 



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44 comments:

JK said...

Where did the rope come from? If we knew that we could tie up the loose ends.

Fmbe said...

As soon as I reaf his Twitter bio, I knew this would turn out to be a fake hate incident:

"I am simply here to help save the world. Nothing is more important than love. -JS"

Anonymous said...

News report quotes police as saying that Smollett was filmed walking into his apartment building, with the rope around his neck,
"police say, "wearing it somewhat like, almost a necktie."

It was an important accessory.

That is why he did not remove it.

"He's supposed to be well-known." says the emergency operator in the recording. She must have been told this by someone in the call.
Ironically, he was not well-known, but now he is.

His comments are full of hate, not love.

The rope was a key element, tying in with the anti-lynching bill.

Anything it takes, to help save the world.

https://abcnews.go.com/beta-story-container/GMA/Culture/details-emerge-jussie-smollett-attack-video-shows-actor/story?id=60750500

Anonymous said...


Rob Elgas
https://twitter.com/RobElgasABC7/status/1090817096756486144


Now to the surveillance camera images/video of Smollett and who police call the "potential persons of interest".

Detectives used time code from two different cameras to piece together Smollett's movements when he was near them. On one camera they are seated at a bench. The other camera shows Smollett across the street.


Police say both Smollett and the "persons of interest" walk out of frame (on different cameras). Smollett would reappear on a different camera about a minute later. So basically for about 60 seconds Smollett is not on surveillance camera.


Let me clarify. On one camera the "persons of interest" are seated at a bench. ACROSS the same street, Smollett is seen walking. Smollett is recorded on that different camera walking. The "persons of interest" are also seen walking, but on the other side of the same street.

TimA said...

"Frauds are everywhere y’all. Protect the mind, heart and spirit of you and your people at all costs. Just remember... Salt, cocaine and anthrax can all appear to be sugar...(the “refined” kind of course) just be careful out here fam. Happy Sunday. Love you. Real talk. Love on."

Embedded confession? And anthrax... hope he isn't planning something.

Anonymous said...

Is it possible he was going to make a "transaction" and it went pear shaped?

-David

Anonymous said...

And that's why he won't turn his phone over to LE.

-David

Anonymous said...


More likely explanation was he hit on another guy who spurned his advances attacked him? he has the most superficial small microscopic mark on his face? remember the pro golfer Robert Allenby who lied about a couple of guys jumping him, when really he fell over drunk and smashed his face.

New England Water Blog said...

In a "the dog didn't bark" type reveal, the CPD now state that Smollet was still carrying the subway sandwich when he entered the lobby of his building. We have, with that, reached the moment when no sane and thinking person can believe his story.

Anonymous said...

He held onto his sandwich, and was also able to talk on the phone during the attack.

Both while he reportedly fought off his attackers.

How many hands does he have?

Plus he walked right by the building's security guard while wearing the rope, without saying anything, and the guard evidently didn't notice anything off.

Anonymous said...

https://www.daveyblackburn.com/blog/reflections-on-resonate-churchs-closing

This is very off topic, but something I think the readers here would LOVE to see analyzed.

Well, I would, at least.

Anonymous said...

https://www.daveyblackburn.com/blog/a-major-transition-we-just-announced-to-our-church

Here’s another, possibly more telling announcement.

mom2many said...

Would you analyze the two statements made by Virginia's Governor Northam on the topic of a racist photo discovered in his 1984 medical school yearbook. The first took ownership and seemed sincere, while the second walked back and denied he was "the person" in the photo. It seemed to me that he is distancing himself from the racist person he admits he was in those days, but cannot fully state "I am not in that photo." Instead repeating, "I am not that person in..." either the blackface or KKK costume in the photo. There seem to be two embedded confessions in the second statement as well. What is your conclusion, Peter?

----
Feb 1
Earlier today, a website published a photograph of me from my 1984 medical school yearbook
in a costume that is clearly racist and offensive.

I am deeply sorry for the decision I made to appear as I did in this photo and for the hurt that decision caused then and now.

This behavior is not in keeping with who I am today and the values I have fought for throughout
my career in the military, in medicine, and in public service. But I want to be clear, I understand
how this decision shakes Virginians faith in that commitment.

I recognize that it will take time and serious effort to heal the damage this conduct has caused. I
am ready to do that important work. The first step is to offer my sincerest apology and to state
my absolute commitment to living up to the expectations Virginians set for me when they elected
me to be their Governor.

(cont.)

mom2many said...

(part 2)
Feb 2
Well, good afternoon. Thank you all for, for being here and pleased to be joined by, my wife Pam. Pam, thank you for being here, as well.

There has been much public discussion about racist and offensive materials that appear on my page of the 1984 Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook, and I believe it is important for Virginians to hear directly from me. And to, and for me to answer as many questions as are necessary about these circumstances. With that in mind, I would like to read a statement about these events and then I will be glad to take your questions.

Yesterday, I took responsibility for content that appeared on my page in the Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook, that was clearly racist and offensive. I am not and will not excuse the content of the photo. It was offensive, racist and despicable. When my staff showed me the photo in question yesterday, I was seeing it for the first time. I did not purchase the EVMS yearbook, and I was unaware of what was on my page. When I was confronted with the images yesterday, I was appalled that they appeared on my page, but I believed then and now that I am not either of the people in that photo.

I stand by my statement of apology to the many Virginians who were hurt by seeing this content on a yearbook page that belongs to me. It is disgusting. It is offensive, it is racist, and it was my responsibility to recognize and prevent it from being published in the first place.

I recognize that many people will find this difficult to believe. The photo appears with others I submitted, on a page with my name on it. Even in my own statement yesterday, I conceded that, based on the evidence presented to me at the time the most likely explanation that it was indeed me in the photo.

In the hours since I made my statement yesterday, I reflected with my family and classmates from the time and affirmed my conclusion that I am not the person in that photo. While I did not appear in this photo, I am not surprised by its appearance in the EVMS yearbook. In the place and time where I grew up, many actions that we rightfully recognize as abhorrent today, were commonplace. My belief that I did not wear that costume or attend that party, stems in part from my clear memory of other mistakes I made in this same period of my life. That same year, I did participate in a dance contest in San Antonio, in which I darkened my face as part of a Michael Jackson costume. I look back now and regret that I did not understand the harmful legacy of an action like that. It is because my memory of that episode is so vivid that I truly do not believe I am in the picture in my yearbook. You remember these things.

As I began my career and met my wife, Pam, I also began to develop a stronger understanding of this country's history and the harm that certain actions and attitudes cause. That does not excuse my behaviors up to that point. But it did offer me an opportunity to change and to grow, and I took it. I pursued my career as a soldier, a physician, and as a public servant because I wanted to help people. The experiences I had in each of those chapters and the people I met along the way, helped me form a set of values that define the person I am now and the way I aspire to lead this Commonwealth as your Governor. In some ways, my personal history mirrors that of this Commonwealth. There were actions and behaviors in my past that were hurtful. But, like Virginia, I have also made significant progress in how I approach these issues. I am far from perfect and I can always strive to do more, but I have devoted my entire life, my career in the army, as a pediatrician, and in public service, to making life better for all people no matter who they are.

mom2many said...

(part 3)


Today, I am not ready to ask Virginians to grant me their forgiveness for my past actions. I also do not full expect that they will immediately believe my account of these events. Right now, I am simply asking for the opportunity to demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that the person I was is not the man I am today. I am asking for the opportunity to earn your forgiveness. If I were to listen to the voices of those calling on me to resign my office today, I could spare myself from the difficult path that lies ahead. I could avoid an honest conversation about harmful actions from my past. I cannot in good conscience choose the path that would be easier for me in an effort to duck my responsibility to reconcile. I took an oath to uphold this office, and serve the people of this Commonwealth to the best of my ability. As long as I believe I can effectively fulfill that task, I intend to continue doing the business of Virginia. I believe this moment can be the first small step to open a discussion about these difficult issues and how they contribute to the greater racism and discrimination that defines so much of our history. This very house stands as a monument to the dark and complicated history of this Commonwealth. These walls are adorned with portraits of men and women who owned slaves, actively oppressed people of color, as well as men and women who stood tall and advanced the causes of equality and racial justice in the Commonwealth and this coun-country.

In that discussion, it will not be my role to speak to Virginians about these issues. My responsibility is to listen, to learn, and to continue to grow as a man and as a leader. I am ready for an honest conversation about racial injustice and the need for real reconciliation, real justice and real equality. I believe the agenda this administration is pursuing clearly demonstrates the progress both I and our Commonwealth have made since the darkest chapters of our history. I promise to fight for a Virginia that works better for all people and our commitment to economic justice, access to health care, criminal justice reform, educational equity and a clean environment reflect those priorities. As this conversation moves forward, I want to hear from Virginians, from every walk of life, about how we can fight even harder to build the Virginia that they deserve.

Before I take questions, I want to take this opportunity to apologize to the many people who have been hurt by this episode and mistakes that I have made in the past. I am ready to earn your forgiveness, and I am ready to begin today. Thank you and I look forward to your questions.

https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/gov-ralph-northam-will-not-resign-now-says-hes-not-in-racist-yearbook-photo?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=snd&utm_content=wsls10&fbclid=IwAR0CZs4UVsciL2JupzuPtovAb4BeVS0sXkqOQMKKAblAvyOpwTqPuO01jts

Questioning begins at 8:20

John mcgowan said...

Update:

Jussie Smollett Says He ‘Can’t Let the Motherf—ers Win’ at First Show Since Attack

"I fought the f— back," he proudly declared during his Troubadour encore, before jokingly adding, "I'm the gay Tupac"

Jussie Smollett performed Saturday for the first time since it was reported that he was assaulted by two men in Chicago in the early morning hours of Jan. 29. Taking the stage at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, he fought back tears as he said, “I had to be here tonight, y’all. I can’t let the motherf—ers win.”

“I have so many words on my heart,” the actor/singer said, addressing the 400-capacity club after embracing members of his family. “The most important thing I have to say is thank you so much and that I’m okay. I’m not fully healed yet, but I’m going to. And I’m gonna stand strong with y’all… l will always stand for love. I will never stand for anything other than that. Regardless of what anyone else says, I will only stand for love. And I hope that you all will stand with me. So now… let’s do it.”

Before his encore, Smollett again addressed the crowd at length.

“Just because there has been a lot of stuff said about me that’s absolutely not true…” he began, seemingly addressing pockets of skepticism on social media about his account of the attack. He paused to cast a glance at the balcony: “I’m sure my lawyer’s sitting up there like. ‘No, Jussie, no! No! Shut the f— up and sing.’” Referring to some notes he’d brought on stage, he moved on to “four points” he said he wanted to address and clarify: “I was bruised but my ribs were not cracked; they were not broken. I went to the doctor immediately… I was not hospitalized. Both my doctors in L.A. and Chicago cleared me to perform, but said to take care, obviously. And above all: I fought the f— back.”

After the cheers died down, he roused the crowd again by jokingly announcing: “I’m the gay Tupac! So now, we can do our encore.”

His final words before exiting the stage: “We are proud. We are gay.”

Those in attendance at the Troubadour included Rep. Maxine Waters, filmmaker Lee Daniels and actor Wilson Cruz.

John mcgowan said...

cont..

He addressed the latter two near the end of the show, saying, “I promised myself I was not gonna cry tonight… Someone in the crowd that I want to recognize: Wilson Cruz is someone I identified with growing up. I stand on the backs of so many people — of the Lee Daniels and the Wilson. Cruzes — and I pray to God I make you all proud.”

Smollett’s brother, Jojo, introduced him, saying, “There’s been an outpouring of love and support … There’s also been (inflammatory) stories spread that have hurt him deeply,” he added. “I sincerely wanted him to stay out of the public until he healed. And after much debate, some arguing and many tears, my family and I have realized that tonight is an important part of his healing. You see, he’s been a fighter since he was a baby. He fought his attackers that night and he continues to fight. Jussie is a true artist every time he breathes. But above all else, he is the epitome of love.”

Later, in introducing a song about his boyfriend, Smollett said, “Over these last four days, my man… Everybody should be blessed enough to have a love like that. But love will f— you up.” Another song intro had him pointing out “a lot of my ‘Empire’ family here. Happy to bring to life my character Jamal Lyon. This song, it kind of has a new meaning for me,” he said, making a segue into “Heaven.”

Last week, Smollett issued a statement to Essence that read: “My body is strong but my soul is stronger. More importantly, I want to say thank you. The outpouring of love and support from my village has meant more than I will ever be able to truly put into words. … Soon I will address all details of this horrific incident, but I need a moment to process.”

Smollett said he was on the phone with his manager Brandon Moore when the attack happened. The two are cooperating with authorities as the incident is investigated as a possible hate crime. Smollett plays an openly gay character on the Fox series “Empire.”

According to a statement released by the Chicago Police Department, Smollett told them he was beaten by two men who approached him by yelling out “racial and homophobic slurs” at approximately 2 a.m. on Tuesday morning in the 300 block of E. North Water St. They proceeded to assault Smollett and “poured an unknown chemical substance” on him. The two men are also said to have put a rope around Smollett’s neck before fleeing on foot. Smollett then transported himself to an area hospital after speaking with police.

The Troubadour performance was met with rousing applause, particularly the songs “Hurt People” and “Freedom,” and there were plenty of “Empire” fans in the crowd, several towards the front hoping to get soundtrack albums signed by Smollett (he promised to oblige after the show). Worth noting: the show was sold out before the attack in Chicago occurred.
https://variety.com/2019/music/news/jussie-smollett-concert-troubadour-remarks-attack-1203127025/

Anonymous said...

from Variety:
"Smollett said he was on the phone with his manager Brandon Moore when the attack happened. The two are cooperating with authorities as the incident is investigated as a possible hate crime."

Variety may state that they are cooperating, but the fact they are not providing their phones to end any questions, speaks volumes. They are not cooperating.

JS says he was able to fight back against two men, while holding onto his sandwich and his phone.

He was not injured at all, and they just ran off, after supposedly writing threatening letters and waiting for hours for him in 9 degree weather.

What is next? Maybe there should be a new cartoon series, Super Jussie, the Gay Tupac. This is as believable.

Anonymous said...


More Bizarre comments like "I'm the gay Tupac"

"Jussie is a true artist every time he breathes ???????"
so everybody that doesn't breathe (dead ) is a false artist???

who says shit like that lol, all humans that are alive breathe..why does someone say that, it's utterly pointless to insert that line..."true artist" is his brother trying to re-enforce that he wouldn't lie...

Anonymous said...

Howd the strangers that attacked him at night know he was gay? Family statement says it clearly was a homophobic atrack. (or because he is gay).

Lucia D said...

The man's story does not align with common sense. Who stood to gain from this story? He and his manager. And so far he seems (despite refusing to give his phone to investigators) to be benefitting from it mightily.

Anonymous said...

Was he intoxicated while out alone at 2am. A BIG STAR out alone at 2am.....

Habundia Awareness said...

'When Amanda and I launched out eight years ago with a vision and a dream to build a life-giving church in Indianapolis, we certainly did not think that eight years into the journey Resonate would no longer be in existence.'

I am sure Amanda also wouldn't have thought she would be death by this time.

Habundia Awareness said...

I was reading older topics about psychic readers
I agree that many are fraudulent, if not all.
I do wonder how people think about Nostradamus or shouldn't he be seen as a 'psychic reader'?

Anonymous said...

What does it mean when the word *The* is left out / missing ?

Anonymous said...

Here is the part of the conversation in question :

Me : you alive vincent?

Subject : Still alive .. just ! Sorry went out on beer .. with Brian was one of them impromptu things .. wasn’t going to drink at all

Me : that not dangorous when your taking antibiotics?

Subject : No I checked it’s fine to drink with the ones I have

New England Water Blog said...

The farce is strong with young Jussie. Now he claims that they bit him too! Was that before or after the frozen bleach? And why him and not the sandwich? And, given that he is dressed appropriately for the weather how the hell can you bite him anyway? Did one or more of them bite his coat, hat or mittens?

Please Jussie, keep telling these inane stories. Keep embellishing like the drama queen you are...this is getting to be so much fun...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6668799/Jussie-Smolletts-MAGA-hat-attackers-BIT-Chicago-beating-wearing-black.html

Anonymous said...


Yes normally these hoax stories have one agenda to push, here it's pushing the LBGT agenda i.e sympathy because a gay man was attacked, racist agenda with the rope, anti trump agenda with MAGA story and the most important now he gets all the publicity or was hoping for publicity to further a nothing career so far...They will be scrambling to fake or put out a statment to see he wasn't lying, the same elites who control hollywood also own all the media in the world, so they will try!.

There's a breakdown here of the 6 people who own practially all media, none of them are "independent"

https://www.webfx.com/data/the-6-companies-that-own-almost-all-media/

tania cadogan said...

Apparently he didn't want to report it to the police but his friend did anyway.
I wonder if that is because he knew if the police got involved he would be exposed as a liar and face possible charges?

Anonymous said...

1. Can you present your analysis to police.
2. Can you analyze in full the speech he gave at the Saturday concert, especially the "Tupac" reference.

Jd said...

Where did “spurned sexual advances” come from? What is the basis of this from his statement?

Mike Dammann said...

Do we have any initial statements from him when police simply asked him "What happened?"

Sammin it up said...

Hate crime hoax = hate crime. Lock him up. Make him pay some money to the Covington kids too, just to salt it.

It feels like maybe the web blanket of cultural marxism is being lifted, if only just a bit. The delusion bubble has been punctured by Covington and now Jussie, and the college hoax, and the army cadet hoax, etc. etc. But the delusion among SJWs is strong. They are simply not prone to learning from their mistakes. They are totalitarians by nature and can never be satisfied.

Also the SPLC should be sued for hate crimes for putting out garbage information that leads to racial strife. Let the leftist idiocy consume itself and then we can hopefully return to some sanity.

Kitt said...

Interesting...

https://grumpyelder.com/2019/02/06/breaking-persons-of-interest-in-jussie-smollett-attack-revealed/

-Kitt

Anonymous said...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6700077/Jussie-Smollett-cries-gives-interview-homophobic-racist-attack.html

Unknown said...

He doesn't had to have "held onto the sandwich". He could have "picked up the sandwich". But even the former is not hard to believe - he didn't suffer a beating based on the photograph from the hospital.

Anonymous said...


Laughable "cries" as I expected not a single tear! a few smiles (duping delight)
beaten up with a tiny scratch on his face, the whole thing is pure fantasy, they are getting desperate now with this interview, now he is angry at the Chicago police, if they are not in on this story then they should show him up as a liar and charge him with wasting police time / resources.

Someone made a video talking about the laughable interview.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0VncIV5F70

Anonymous said...

He wasn’t hospitalized. He went to his doctor the next day. Had no broken bones or anything. He admitted to lying about being hospitalized at his “first performance” after his “attack.”

Unknown said...

He's lying

Anonymous said...

I read this analysis a week ago. My ability to see this clearly was clouded initially but now that the new reports have come out that this may have been staged. I'm embarrassed that I let my emotions take over. But now I know to always trust "Statement Analysis"

JezMyOpinion said...

First red flag was him keeping the noose on his neck for so long. First urge would be to rip it off and call 911. He's got all the fame he was seeking now. Just not in the same way. No sympathy for Jussie. But he should give Tawana Brawley a holler, she'd probably let him take her out to dinner. No more nooses, though.

Onyx Welborne said...

One thing in particular that really gets to me in regards to liberals is that they seem to have ZERO insight into themselves & their behaviors. This Jussie guy keeps talking about 'love' and how it's 'all he knows' and how he must 'lead with love'. How in the hell is this reflected by him in his nasty tweets to POTUS? I suppose his logic is that 'hate' is actually 'love', provided the hate is directed at those HE and other liberal elites consider worthy of hatred... which is screwed up logic, if you ask me. Also, how is he showing respect and honor when he goes on national TV and he has to be repeatedly censored, due to his foul language? How respectful was that toward the person interviewing him? He is nothing that he says he is. He does not lead with love. He is absolutely NOT respectful or honorable. He's a liar, a manipulator, and perhaps a narcissist.

Onyx Welborne said...

By the way... Jussie is no Tupac. He's not even in the same league, as far as I'm concerned. This is yet another way Jussie displays his overwhelming conceit and arrogance... by proclaiming himself the 'gay Tupac'. I bet Tupac would think this dude is a joke.

at1r said...

I'm so curious to know what your take is on the latest development in this case! https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/jussie-smollett-charges/index.html