JUSSIE DESTROYS OBAMA'S LGBTQ LEGACY
Updated: Mar 13, 2020
The following is an excerpt from: LIES: Jussie Smollett and the Deep State Agenda
Jussie had almost certainly worried his friend who had spent eight years promoting LGBTQ rights and tried to make it his legacy as president, none other than President Barack Obama.
President Obama had to be the implied "King" in Jussie's tweet about the "Kingdom of Lakwanda" White House that shows him and his brother, JoJo, in a photo partying with the Obamas. It would be a disgrace if the Obamas' had embraced someone, almost like family, who lied to exploit oppressed people for personal gain. The Obamas' Jussie got caught trying to shame Trump and his white supporters. A video shows how Michelle Obama served to advance his career as she got on a stage and danced as Jussie performed.
Barack Obama and Michelle Obama not only wanted to support LGBTQ rights, but they wanted those rights to be their main legacy. TIME magazine’ cover one week depicted Obama as the first gay president. It would come as no surprise that the Obamas would support Empire because of Jussie's groundbreaking role as a successful gay black singer, a positive LGBTQ role model, who openly depicted his gay sexual activity. Michelle Obama was a big fan of Empire, recorded it regularly with a DVR, and in addition to Jussie, met co-star Taraji Penda Henson at the White House.
In eight years of presidency, Obama favored promoting LGBTQ rights over black Civil Rights. To Obama, gay marriage was more important than black jobs and discrimination. Gays and transexuals in the military and welcoming Islamic immigrants were more important than black school districts filled with failing students and violence. Gay discrimination at a bakery was more important than reining in drug gangs with black teens shooting each other and innocent neighbors in the streets.
The first black, or at least biracial black President did not want a black legacy for black Civil Rights and black economic advancement- he did not want to be labeled "black" at all. He wanted an LGBTQ and an Obamacare legacy. Some have accused Obama of promoting "plantation politics," a term he used in his book, Dreams From My Father. Plantation politics is a system named after Southern plantations and is a political system that intentionally keeps a minority group oppressed as victims and dependent on the government in return for votes. Some black voters complained in 2012 that Obama had favored gays, transexuals, Muslims and illegal aliens over blacks to broaden the scope of the Democratic base. After all, the Hispanic population would eventually be a bigger voting block than that of the black population, and, much further out, even the white population.
Neither Barack or Michelle Obama have spoken one word publicly about the Jussie Smollett case. This does not bode well for Jussie.
Jussie apparently had played the victim card to get attention, make money, and discredit Trump supporters. Jussie kicked the LBGTQ movement and President Obama in the teeth. It's sad and not fair, but now if an LGBTQ person is a victim of violence, some might wonder, including some police officers, if they tell the truth or have ulterior motives. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson summed it up by saying he was concerned that crimes of hate will be met with a higher level of skepticism. Previously he had accused Jussie of taking advantage of the “pain and anger of racism” to promote his own career.