Hate Crimes

It’s actually a good thing that Jussie Smollett faked the attack because it raises awareness of hate crimes

Sometimes extreme measures need to be taken to raise awareness

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Many conservatives and liberals alike are slowly coming to the conclusion that Jussie Smollett faked or staged the alleged attack against him in Chicago. As the story went, he was walking down the street with a sandwich when two Trump supporters tackled him, put a noose around his neck, poured bleach on his face yelling “This is MAGA country!”

It’s clear now that this didn’t happen and there is a growing suspicion that Jussie Smollett paid his two attackers to stage the entire incident. Is this bad and dishonest? Was his testimony of the incident factual? Short answer is no. The long answer is that it’s better to be morally right than factually accurate. This is one of those times.

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America has been rampant with hatred towards minorities ever since Donald Trump got elected. We know this because we can feel it in our hearts even though we don’t always have evidence to support this claim. So what does one do when there is no evidence readily available to support the fact that America is full of bigots? You do what Jussie Smollett, a social activist with a kind heart would do – stage an attack.

And that’s exactly what this brave man has done. Staging an attack has brought the discussion of hate crime to the table. Sometimes it’s better to stage an incident or make up a case of prejudice if it means getting people to vote democrat in the next upcoming elections. It’s morally correct.

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