Friday, December 17, 2021

Hate-Hoaxer Jussie Smollett Helped Create Anti-America Propaganda in 2017, Video Depicts Entire Country as Mississippi in 1950

Source: USSA News

Published: December 14, 2021

By: Constitutional Nobody

Several years before disgraced singer and actor Jussie Smollett was convicted of faking a racist, homophobic hate crime against himself, he made a music video featuring elements and themes that appear to mirror his misbegotten caper on a freezing Chicago street in the middle of the night in January 2019.

What’s the background?

You know the basics of Smollett’s hate hoax: He claimed two white men wearing ski masks confronted him as he was leaving a Subway restaurant around 2 a.m. in subfreezing conditions and yelled “aren’t you that f***ot ‘Empire’ n*****?” before beating him up, putting a rope around his neck, pouring bleach on him, and hollering, “This is MAGA country!” — a reference to former President Donald Trump’s red “Make America Great Again” hats.

It didn’t add up, and Smollett’s flimsy house of cards was soon tumbling down as the investigation deepened.

A look at Smollett’s 2017 music video, “F.U.W.”

But before Smollett became a true household name in 2019, he was enjoying success as a cast member of “Empire” and as a singer. And like most of those in the entertainment industry, Smollett also was decidedly anti-Trump.

He called Trump “the mogul of hate” on SiriusXM in March 2016, adding, “That is what I will call him forever. What he has done is capitalized on the fear of this nation.”

In that vein, one of Smollett’s creations was a music video released just after Trump took office in 2017 titled “F.U.W.” — which stands for “f***ed-up world.”

It includes images such as a noose swinging over a black man, separate water fountains for “white” people and “colored” people, and a man in a wheelchair rolling over and crushing a Trump mask.

“That mask is a representation of this false idea of patriotism. And that mask is a representation of this idea of white male privilege,” Smollett said at the time. “It’s so much bigger than him. It’s what he represents, and it’s because of that representation, that’s why he’s the president of the United States currently.” He added that “it’s our opportunity to take those masks off and shatter them, so that’s what I did.”

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