As Red State‘s T. LaDuke wrote last night, the Chicago police are saying there’s a lot more evidence against Jussie Smollett that they haven’t released yet.
That said, there are ways Smollett could have staged the bogus incident so as to have made himself come off as more credible. Here are five of them.
1. Dress up as a Trump administration official and then go out to eat (Subway sandwich: optional).
Of course, these things happen when you have Democrats openly encouraging their party faithful to get in the faces of Trump supporters, no matter where they are.
2. Attend a rally in support of Donald Trump.
Who could forget this one:
Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in downtown San Jose spun out of control Thursday night when some demonstrators attacked the candidate’s supporters.
Protesters jumped on cars, pelted Trump supporters with eggs and water balloons, snatched signs and stole “Make America Great” hats off supporters’ heads before burning the hats and snapping selfies with the charred remains.
Several people were caught on camera punching Trump supporters. At least one attacker was arrested, according to CNN, although police did not release much information.
Because TOLERANCE™ and stuff.
3. Don a MAGA hat and then head out for a day of shopping.
That is assuming you don’t get cursed out by store employees first.
4. Tell your college classmates you’re a big fan of Ben Shapiro’s, and have invited him to speak on campus.
5. Show up to a pro-life march along with your fellow high school students, while wearing a MAGA hat.
Keep in mind that I’m most definitely NOT encouraging anyone to stage anything like this. I’m just saying that if they did, it would make them a lot more believable, considering how often actual attacks against Trump supporters/defenders have been happening over the last few years.
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