Attorney Antonio Moore and Dr Tommy Curry author of the book “Man-Not” detail the consequence of Jussie Smollett allegations on Moores show Tonetalks on Dash Radio. The two use a evaluation of critical race theory, and data to critique the consequence of Jussie Smollet possibly faking his incident.
They also discuss Terry Crews , and how their past show in March of 2018 showed Crews support when no one else did.
The Jussie Smollett case’s far-reaching consequences: ‘The worst possible thing at the worst possible time’
When Chicago police charged Jussie Smollett — a black and gay actor, who reported he had been attacked by two white men with a rope, shouting homophobic and racist slurs — with filing a false police report this week, the news landed like a lighted match in a well-stocked tinderbox.
Smollett has denied wrongdoing. But after recent months filled with acts of public bigotry and indifference caught on tape and insensitivity packaged as consumer goods, the entire Smollett affair has stoked the fire inside America’s now constant outrage machine. And it’s spread the flames of discord that some experts warn are engulfing reason and destroying ideological barriers between the middle and the extreme.
Smollett’s alleged fabrication “is the worst possible thing at the worst possible time,” said Brian Levin, who directs the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.