The world got a little juicier on Wednesday.
Actor and race hoaxing activist Jussie Smollett was released from Cook County Jail on Wednesday evening after a panel of three appellate court judges ruled two to one that the ‘Victim of MAGA Country’ would be granted his release “after posting a personal recognizance bond of $150,000,” Fox News reported.
Smollett was sentenced on March 10 to 150 days in jail, but only served six days before being granted his release pending an appeal.
If you remember, Smollett was the guy in 2019 who wanted the whole world to believe that he was assaulted with rope and bleach at two in the morning in the business district of Chicago in below zero temperatures by two white, racist supporters of former President Donald Trump who yelled, “This is MAGA country!”
Yeah, I’m not sure how anyone — at any point — believed that story either.
Regardless of how ridiculous you might think his race hoax was, Smollett is free and justice — once again — hasn’t been served.
For local coverage of the story, watch below: