CHICAGO, IL – Less than a week after convicted hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett was sentenced to serve 150 days in jail followed by probation, the actor is reportedly getting released from jail via an order from an appeals court. This decision rendered by this appeals court to release a convicted felon less than a week into a 5-month sentence is proof-positive of the two-tiered justice system that benefits the elites and crushes the plebeians.

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On March 10th, Smollett was convicted of not one, not two – but five felony counts of disorderly conduct related to his ridiculous stunt to manufacture a hate crime committed against him which resulted in police wasting precious resources to track down imaginary, MAGA-hat wearing white men.

As most know already, Smollett wound up hiring two Nigerians to fake this attack against him.

Upon Smollett learning that he was going to go to jail right after his sentencing, he put on a performance – like most actors do – while he was leaving the courtroom. Shortly thereafter, his legal team put on their own show outside the courthouse, proclaiming that Smollett’s sentence wasn’t fair and how it was indicative of racism.

Again, five felony convictions and he got 150 days in jail followed by probation and fines. Considering that a single class four felony conviction of disorderly conduct could result in a 3 year prison term, Smollett got of pretty easy.

But apparently, Smollett and his legal team’s incessant bitching paid off, as the now-convicted felon serving his term of confinement is getting released on bond. While post-conviction/post-sentencing bail is (strangely) a thing, it is extremely rare and nearly unheard of for the commoner enduring the throes of the justice system.

Yet, in a period of six days from the time Smollett was waltzed out of court, and an appeals court in a 2-1 decision decided that Smollett can be released so long as he posts a personal recognizance bond of $150,000.

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The utter ridiculousness of the arguments presented by Smollett’s legal team in pushing for him to be released from jail are almost nauseating – in that they claimed to be worried of his mental health behind bars or that he could be attacked by other inmates. This was the crux of their argument to have him released, as well as them proclaiming that by the time they could potentially win an appeal, he’d already have served his time behind bars.

Many who’ve been following my work over the years between here at Red Voice Media and previously at Law Enforcement Today likely already know that I, myself, did time behind bars – nearly five years. And yeah, if you find yourself in jail/prison, there is indeed a very high likelihood you’ll get into a fight or just flat-out get your ass kicked (especially if you’ve got a big mouth or some questionable paperwork/convictions involving kids or tattling on people).

Make no mistake, everyone that steps foot into jail or prison for the first time is scared – scared they might get hurt, exploited, or even killed. That level of fear generally falls in line when anyone is stepping foot into unknown territory that has amassed a copious amount of notoriety for being dangerous.

But during my time behind bars, I never once saw someone get released from jail or prison after their conviction and sentencing because they were scared and having attorneys filing an appeal – not a single time.

And if Jussie Smollett was your run-of-the-mill Joe, he wouldn’t be getting this post-sentencing release treatment either. But since he’s Jussie Smollett, he’s reaping a benefit that no other miscreant convicted of five felonies would receive.

It’s a two-tiered justice system – one for the elites and one for everyone else.

And they’re not even trying to hide it, they’re letting people see this joke of a system play out in real-time just to mock the common person.

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