by Erik Rush
One would think that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel might tread lightly given the widespread dissatisfaction of certain residents of his fiefdom with him. Earlier this month, black residents from Chicago’s Southside held a protest in front of the Chicago Police Department decrying violence in their communities. Over 130 people have been shot in Chicago in street violence this month; around a third of those shootings proved fatal. At least 82 people were shot over the Fourth of July holiday weekend alone.
The protest was catalyzed by President Obama’s handling of the current border crisis, and called for the resignation of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy for their failure to effectively address Chicago’s epidemic of violence.
“Barack will go down as the worst president ever elected,” one resident declared.
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