Not So Fast! Trump’s DOJ to Challenge Obama’s Chicago Influence Machine. Announces Review of Jussie Smollett Charges Dismissal

Elder Patriot  – President Trump ran as the law and order candidate. He has not disappointed.

This morning Donald Trump used Twitter to announce that the politically influenced decision to dismiss charges against Jussie Smollett, a decision that undermines the rule of law, will be reviewed by the Justice Department.

Make no mistake, Trump is intentionally and directly challenging former President Obama on multiple fronts.

Obama has lorded over Chicago politics since he began his career as an activist and street organizer before being elected to the Illinois state senate, the U.S. senate, and then the presidency.

There’s virtually no doubt that the former president took a direct involvement in the Smollett dismissal.

Judging by the ham-handed way the case was dismissed it appears Obama intentionally wanted to test President Trump’s resolve.

Smollett family friend and former Michelle Obama chief of staff, Tina Tchen, sent Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx an email that said,:

“Hi Kim – I sent an email to your work address I think as well. I wanted to give you a call on behalf of Jussie Smollett and family who I know. They have concerns about the investigation. I am on an 8 am flight to nyc but please call me before then. I land about 1015 Chicago time. My cell is [redacted]. Many thanks!”

Shortly thereafter Smollett’s case was dismissed and all record of it was expunged.

That’s just all just a little too cozy to be considered coincidence.

That’s Tina Tchen with Michelle and Barack.

Oh, and there’s also the George Soros connection.  Entities funded by George Soros donated $408k to a Super PAC that supported Foxx’s election in 2016.  That’s a whole lot of green for any race, let alone one for district attorney.

But that was part of Soros’ nationwide plan to gain influence over local prosecutorial decisions as part of his broader strategy to fund former President Obama’s plan to sabotage the Trump presidency utilizing an army of 30,000 street agitators Obama had enlisted in OFA.

Realize what’s happened here.

While he was president, Obama regularly order his Justice Department to reopen locally adjudicated cases under the premise of civil rights violations.  Obama was intent on keeping alive divisive racial tensions and used this tactic to solidify the black vote.

Since Trump’s emergence, however, blacks’ support for Democrats has been waning and Obama views this as an opportunity to stick his thumb in Trump’s eye.  The belief being that a white president and his white Attorney General wouldn’t dare challenge Foxx’s decision.

But Obama, has apparently underestimated President Trump’s resolve to enforce all laws, equally and regardless of any racial component.

Now it looks like Trump, buoyed by an ironclad case and a black Chicago Police Chief, who personally worked the case was publicly appalled at its dismissal, has decided to engage Obama on his home turf.