“…I haven’t lied about a thing.”
“The filing of a police report, in and of itself, does not necessitate a sprawling investigation…”
Nothing to see here
Because of the outstanding job she’s done
The man has a lot of requests
“Do you want to take it off of anything?”
“It’s like we’re back to square one.”
“If he didn’t do it, he’d be Martin Luther King right now.”
The closer you look, the worse it gets
“These are not the actions of a person seeking simply to maintain his privacy or simply to be let alone.”
“The writer’s room hasn’t even gathered yet.”
“Fox is hedging its bets, to see what happens in the civil case…”
Order in the court
“Why is Ms. Clark being treated differently than Mr. Smollett?”
The Hollywood saga continues.
Office is starting to look kind of empty
“…the Chicagoan brothers told the truth.”
All in the family
She knew she was breaking ethics guidelines
“They don’t have hate in their heart for anyone.”
Michael Avenatti’s name makes an appearance in the continuing story.
“Defendant did not tell the CPD officers that his attack was staged at his direction…”
Because why not
“…this is not an attack on Ms. Foxx’s race, it is an attack on her ethics”
“As the first African American woman in this role, it is disheartening to me …”
“plagued with irregularity”
A twisted tale
Lightfoot: “If that happened, he’s got to be held accountable.”
No Vision Award for Jussie, er, Jessie Smollett this year.
Chicago’s a “Trump-free zone”.
One more time, with feeling
“Maybe the only time I’ve ever agreed with the mayor of Chicago.”
“This action was highly unusual…”
“When he writes the check, in the memo section, he can put the word ‘I’m accountable for the hoax.'”
Her “small role” in the whitewash
“There’s some people who were never gonna be satisfied unless Mr. Smollett spent many nights in prison…”
Cojones of solid brass
“He was a ceremonial figure.”
Trump edging both Warren and Biden, too.