We now know that prosecutors decided to let Jussie Smollett off after he completed just 2 days volunteering for Jesse Jackson.
Cook County Attorney Kim Foxx, who also has ties to Obama, Soros and BLM has shown her great admiration for Jesse Jackson on her Twitter account.
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Jussie Smollett had pals of his in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s ear early on in his case — and, based on leaked correspondence, it looks like she acted on his behalf.
Texts and emails between State Attorney Kim Foxx and two Jussie allies — one of which is reported to be a family member of his — have been leaked, and they show that Foxx was asked to intervene in the case a few days after he’d reported the alleged attack to Chicago PD. It appears that she did exactly that … and kept Jussie’s camp in the loop.
The initial correspondence started when Michelle Obama‘s former chief of staff, Tina Tchen, emailed Foxx to say that she was reaching out on behalf of Jussie’s family to express “concerns” they had with how the investigation at that point was being handled.
Jussie had not been charged with a crime yet, but it’s believed Chicago PD was already doubting his story and leaking info to the press pushing that narrative.
Foxx responded to Tchen on Feb. 1, saying … “Spoke to Superintendent Johnson. I convinced him to Reach out to FBI to ask that they take over the investigation. He is reaching out now and will get back to me shortly.”
The same day, an unnamed relative of Jussie’s texted Foxx herself, as well, and Foxx said she was working on getting the case sent over to the FBI. The relative replied, “Omg this would a huge victory.” Foxx then responded, “I make no guarantees, but I’m trying.”
Later, Foxx recused herself from the case when Jussie became a suspect. And, of course, her office just announced Tuesday that it was dropping all of the charges against Jussie, after coming out strong with a 16-count indictment just weeks earlier.
Honchos at Rainbow PUSH — a civil and human rights organization — tell us, Jussie volunteered for the first time Saturday, putting in 8 hours from 10 AM to 6 PM. He just completed another 10 hours on Monday.
We’re told Jussie’s “service” included stuffing membership envelopes, working in the group’s bookstore to sell merchandise … and critiquing its Saturday broadcast. We’re told he helped them with camera angles, and also worked with the music director on a plan to build the choir.
A Rainbow PUSH rep says it was their decision, not Jussie’s, to keep his work with them under wraps. The rep added that they viewed his efforts as volunteering, not community service. Point being … Jussie never mentioned his deal with prosecutors. Remember, the prosecutor’s office says it was in discussions with Smollett’s camp for weeks about dropping the charges.
Another group, the Black AIDS Institute, wrote a letter in support of Jussie.
We’re told he planned and hosted a December gala for the group — which is based in L.A. — but we’re told he hasn’t done any work with them since his arrest. So, the letter speaks more to his character than any Chicago community service.