(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Fox News personality Gianno Caldwell’s younger brother was killed last month on the streets of Lori Lightfoot‘s Chicago.
Fox News host Lawrence Jones took his colleague’s loss to heart earlier this week, emphasizing the failures of Mayor Lightfoot’s absurd policies, slamming her and her administration, the Western Journal reported.
“What’s going on in Chicago right now is unacceptable and everybody knows it. Families deserve answers and they deserve action,” he said.
Over the July 4 weekend, another eight people were shot to death and 68 wounded in the city. Meanwhile, Mayor Lightfoot has gone on a worldwide networking spree.
“Unfortunately, the city’s mayor, Lori Lightfoot, is preparing to flee the scene of the crime,” Jones said.
“Lightfoot is spending her city’s taxpayer funds to travel to London and Paris to promote the economic prosperity of her state. But the mayor doesn’t understand there is no pursuit of happiness without life.”
Jones also blamed Soros-backed District Attorney Kim Foxx for her complicity in the matter.
“Meanwhile, the county D.A., Kim Foxx, may have a domestic violence case,” he said.
He ultimately concluded that the people of Chicago–especially blacks–deserve better than what their leaders have given them.
“We are being let down by people that look like us, that say they care about us. But when we need a hero, they are nowhere to be found unless it’s election time.”
“These kids that are being slaughtered every day won’t get the chance to vote. So the big question is: When will it end?’ he asked.
For Caldwell, the mayor’s job should be first and foremost to keep the people of the city safe from harm, which was not done for his brother or for thousands of others.
Tomorrow is the funeral for my baby brother Christian. Please pray for Justice for Christian as well as strength for my family. God is with us 🙏🏽. Complete segment: https://t.co/m2Kdar1O2A pic.twitter.com/kSbZEtXSrS
— Gianno Caldwell (@GiannoCaldwell) July 10, 2022
“Knowing that my baby brother Christian was murdered, and certainly not the intended target, is an injustice that we’re rallying against,” he said.
“We’re also thinking about those who we don’t know their names. The hundreds of people who are murdered in Chicago on a yearly basis. Those folks deserve justice, as well.”