1) Calls for radical Soros prosecutor Kim Foxx to resign are increasing after Jussie Smollett trial.
The guilty verdicts in the Jussie Smollett fake hate crime trial underscore just how radical Chicago State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has proven to be.
She campaigned for office in 2015 advocating a radical brand of “criminal justice reform,” including no bail policies for almost every defendant and reduced sentencing, and during the riots last summer, her office adopted a “presumption of dismissal” for certain low-level charges.
Then came the Jussie Smollett case and the inexplicable dropping of charges against the actor, despite other prosecutors in her office claiming they had a “slam dunk” of a case. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel called it a “whitewashing of justice.”
2) Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother says she believes Jeffrey Epstein was murdered
Ghislaine Maxwell believes that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, her brother Ian suggested in an interview with Spectator’s Americano podcast.
He also railed against US authorities and staunchly maintained his sister’s innocence in the 24-minute exchange.
He has not talked to his sister since June 2019, he claimed, when the family gathered to celebrate what would have been their father’s 96th birthday. But he and his siblings have been able to communicate with Ghislaine in jail via her attorneys.
3) Nine double-vaccinated Chicago Bulls players sidelined with Covid. It’s time to admit that vaccination doesn’t stop the spread.
The NBA’s Chicago Bulls are missing nine players from their roster due to COVID-19 protocol, according to a report on Sunday, including stars Zach LeVine and Troy Brown, leaving only half of the team’s current roster available for Tuesday’s game with the Detroit Pistons.
The Chicago Tribune reported the news on Sunday, adding, “The entire Bulls roster received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year. Center Nikola Vučević said most of his teammates have received the booster shot.”