Tuesday, December 7, 2021

RATTING THEM ALL OUT: Smollett Claims CNN’s Don Lemon Sent Him Texts Informing Him of Police Investigation

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Source: Breitbart

Published: December 5, 2021

By: Paul Bois

CNN anchor Don Lemon allegedly sent disgraced actor Jussie Smollett texts during the Chicago Police Department’s investigation of his alleged hoax hate crime.

Testifying at his own trial on Monday, the former Empire star Jussie Smollett reportedly said under oath that he received a text message from Don Lemon informing him that Chicago police did not believe his account of what happened the night he claimed to have been the victim of a hate crime by two white Trump supporters.

According to the Daily Mail, Smollett’s remark “was presented and then struck from the record.”

“He said things began to seem off when he received a text message from Lemon claiming the Chicago police had reached out to him to say they didn’t believe Smollett,” noted the Mail.

After news broke that Jussie Smollett allegedly hired two brothers from Nigeria to stage the hate crime, Don Lemon, who had initially supported the actor, said that they were acquaintances.

“He even lied to a lot of people… including me. And that’s not cool,” Lemon said to his viewers. “He squandered the good will of very high-profile people who one day may be running this country like Kamala Harris and Cory Booker and people like President Trump.”

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News that Don Lemon allegedly used his position as a CNN anchor to get inside information about Smollett’s investigation comes shortly after the network fired Chris Cuomo for his using CNN connections to help his brother’s crisis team as he stood accused of multiple sexual misconduct allegations.

Read more at: Breitbart.com
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