A Hollywood hate-crime hoaxer is about to have the worst news of his life revealed

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The Left wants nothing more than for America to be the racist country they claim.

So they will do anything to create racism where it wasn’t before.

And a Hollywood hate-crime hoaxer is about to have the worst news of his life revealed.

Disgraced Hollywood actor Jussie Smollett was thrust into the spotlight in 2019 after claiming to be the victim of a vicious hate-crime.

Smollett, who is black, claimed that he was attacked in the streets of Chicago by two men wearing MAGA hats.

He claimed that they threw bleach at him, placed a noose around his neck, and screamed “this is MAGA country” during the assault.

For days, the mainstream media used his claims as proof that Trump supporters are racist.

But it didn’t take long for his story to fall apart.

It eventually came out that Smollett hired the two men, who were not white, to stage the attack in order to raise his profile.

Smollett ended up being charged for the incident, only for Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, who is funded by George Soros, to drop the charges against him.

The charges being dropped enraged most of America, including the Chicago police department.

It was later revealed that Foxx had close ties to former First Lady Michelle Obama, who is noted to be close to Smollett as well.

Tina Tchen, Michelle Obama’s former chief of staff, reportedly contacted Foxx regarding the Smollett case, causing many to speculate about his political ties being the reason he got off.

But even with the initial charges dropped, Smollett is far from being out of hot water.

Shortly after the charges were dropped, a Cook County grand jury returned a six-count indictment against the actor for lying.

The case has been slow-moving, likely due to coronavirus.

But just this week, Smollett was brought back to court, where he will likely be convicted for six counts of felony misconduct for his lies.

While entering the court, Smollett maintained his innocence, calling the court case a “dog and pony show.”

If Smollett is found guilty and handed a heavy sentence, it will send a message to those wanting to concoct a similar hate crime hoax.

His actions were meant to stir-up racial division in a country that already has plenty of it.