What does this issue have in common with the Mueller Investigation?
The Chicago Tribune article titled, Foxx releases Smollett Missives, reports the correspondence of the issue, absent though, of the sealed court evidence.
“Just because we can charge someone, doesn’t mean we should.” Foxx stated.
In another Chicago Tribune article titled, If black people have to play the race card to save Kim Foxx and her reform agenda, let the games begin, stated.
“ The Jessie Smollett case has never really been about Smollett. Most African-Americans figured that out a long time ago.”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to examine the role of a prosecutor and question if, same as in the Mueller Report, does a prosecutor have the right to exonerate anyone, or to present the evidence to a judge and/or jury for either Smollett or President Trump?
In other words, should prosecutor attorneys be playing games of exoneration, witch hunts, or race cards?
When the righteous thrive, the people rejoice; when the wicked rule, the people groan. (Proverb 29:2)
What’s My Point?
In a previous post, I stated that a prosecutor attorney cannot exonerate anyone because it is neither their role and the word exonerate implies a person did some wrong.
In the Smollett case, the Chicago Tribune opinion stated, “let the games begin?”
My point is justice is not supposed to be a game, or is it, based on these two issues where a prosecutor was involved, Smollett, and President Trump.
In My Opinion
Smollett is a professional actor who appears to have played the public using the race card. The Democrats are professional politicians who played the public to win House of Representatives in the last election and to attempt to impeach President Trump.
In other words, we voters are being played the same as con people play suckers, rubes, or fish, slang words for people being conned.
Frankly, I agree with Foxx that there are a lot of bigger fish for her to spend her time prosecuting. However, the fact is, that is not her role as a prosecutor.
As for the Race Card being a game, it is going to be a losing hand if it is used as a contrived game rather than a pertinent issue.
Read in the Source Links below the role of a prosecutor and a previous post about the Mueller “exoneration.”
Wise or Foolish Issues, ire contrived games and roles by con artists?
Should this case be unsealed by the Courts for the same as the Democrats want an uncreative Mueller Report?
If unsealed, who will groan louder, the players or those being played?
Regards and good will blogging.
The Role of a Prosecutor
Chicago Tribune Articles