Jake Evans: Fake Conservative and Time Traveler

Activist lawyer claims woke manifesto written in 2012 but citations are from 2013 and 2015

SUWANEE, Ga – Not only is activist lawyer Jake Evans a fake conservative, he’s also a Time Traveler. During the Atlanta Press Club Run-Off Debate on Monday, Evans tried to explain away his 23-page woke manifesto as a law school “assignment” written “10 years ago.”

What’s incredibly impressive is that parts of his radical paper, which labels the criminal justice system racist and echoes calls to Defund the Police, include citations from 2013 and 2015 – years after he supposedly completed the essay.

“Great Scott! Fake Jake Evans is now a Time Traveler,” said Al Chaul, Campaign Manager for Dr. Rich McCormick. “According to his own rambling excuses, Jake must have visited the future to find the citations for his radical, left-wing manifesto that advocates for law enforcement to be defunded. 

“Time Traveler or liar? Voters of Georgia’s 6th Congressional District will soon decide.” 

 “Racism is more insidious than ever, existing as an invisible force perpetuating pernicious racial disparities. No area is more laden with racial disparities than the criminal justice system.”

“Through police arrest and investigation discretion, prosecutorial charge selection, and jury and judge conviction and sentencing, the criminal justice system provides opportunities for racial prejudices to influence the administration of justice.” 

“The United States government must improve public education by reallocating public funding from the criminal justice system to the public education system.”

“From the days of slavery, through the civil rights movement, whites have heralded themselves as innately superior to other races.”