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Monday, June 24, 2024

Multiple Murders and Mayhem Mar Memorial Day Weekend in Chicago

'However you decide to spend your holiday weekend in Chicago, your safety is my top priority... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) While the rest of the country celebrates Memorial Day this weekend, Chicago has been rocked by murders and riots.

Chicago far-leftist Mayor Brandon Johnson is attempting to curb the mass violence by way of a new safety program that eliminates days off for cops in order to have more patrolling the streets. He is also infusing the force with “peace officers,” whose job it is to “de-escalate” potentially violent situations, the Daily Wire reported.

“It’s going to take all of us, not just the police, not just city government, to ensure that our communities can live and thrive in peace and safety,” Johnson said last week.

“However you decide to spend your holiday weekend in Chicago, your safety is my top priority.”

The city of Chicago also implemented an alert system to warn residents in the case of another impending teenager attack.

As of Sunday 34 people had already been shot with eight dead in the Windy City, which is approaching last year’s record of 50.

Of course, Johnson has already expressed that he is not serious about taking the necessary measures to clean up the city, telling the press during teenager riots in April that it “is not constructive to demonize youth who have otherwise been starved of opportunities in their own communities.”

He also lectured the people of Chicago about how American discriminates against young people.

“Have you ever taught middle school? I have,” Johnson boasted.

“Have you ever raised young people? Do you understand the risk that young people take just because they’re young? Do you know that home plate is at the bottom of my stairs? I found that out when my son was sliding down those stairs trying to score.”

Crime in America’s major cities has become so problematic that it has become a hot-button political issue at the level of presidential politics.

“You think of a place like Chicago, these kids – you’re more likely to get shot than to get a world-class education in some of these places,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said when announcing his candidacy.

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