Don Jr. DESTROYS Hollywood after many DELETE their #JusticeForJussie Tweets

A story that has stolen headlines for almost 2 weeks, that has now all but been proven FALSE in a court of law, had Empire star Jussie Smollett claiming he was attacked, beaten, berated with homosexual slurs, a noose placed around his neck and bleach poured on him.

Smollett blamed the attack on 2 white Trump supporters who he said at the time yelled “This is MAGA country.”

Top Media outlets immediately ran with the story; plastering it on every prime-time station attempting to further divide the country.

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Anti-Trump Hollywood also joined in on the slander.

As many as 15 Top Hollywood stars in an almost giddy fashion; immediately took the opportunity to blast Trump, his supporters and his message all based on a FAKE claim.

Here are a few examples as noted by ILMF.org:

Actress Beth Behrs said:

for the love of god, how how how can people still be supporting the “president” ? I beg of you . please can we put aside politics and fight together to overcome disgustingly vile hate?

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Molly Ringwald joined in and blamed all Trump supporters for the “attack.”

I’m horrified by the vicious attack on @JussieSmollett Not surprised that the cowards in masks yelled “This is MAGA country.” Our country deserves better than the kind of morally bankrupt people who have taken our democracy hostage and condone hate crimes. Sending love to Jussie.

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Many others joined in the direct attack of Trump and his supporters. Following the news that police are now investigating claims from 2 Nigerian brothers that Smollett paid them to orchestrate the attack, Don Jr. weighed in.

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He tweeted, Hey Hollywood and media types, I’ve noticed a lot of you deleted your tweets… what’s the matter, don’t you want justice for him anymore??  Calling them “Frauds.”

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