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Chicago records bloody Father’s Day weekend

Chicago records bloody Father’s Day weekend

The Father’s Day weekend in Chicago turned out to be especially deadly this year, as the city recorded its highest number of shooting victims in a single weekend, this year. As per officials, 78 people were shot in the city, while the city recorded 11 murders, of which 4 were of children.

Tom A
Tom A
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 5 months

Per this Brandon Tatum video, more blacks killed in one weekend from black on black violence in one city than there were by police over a two year period for the entire country.

Eric 5 months

So much for the "black lives matter" thing. I guess they only matter under certain circumstances. Let me guess, when the cops did show up to clean their messes, "nobody saw nothing". Their problems are more cultural than societal. Change comes from within and if you're not willing to change your self destructive lifestyles and behavior, all while blaming someone else for your situation, no politician, policy or program can fix your problems. Just tired of the false narratives and needed to vent. By the way, I don't care what you think of me, just because you can't think for yourself and see things for the way they really are.

Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 5 months

Black Lives Matter?.... anyone?

Vivian Russell
Vivian Russell 5 months

I live in a northern suburb of Chicago. Our local NBC affiliate makes the count much higher, 104 shot with14 killed, then yesterday an additional 41 shot with 6 killed. The shooting locations tell me a great deal, but I'd be considered an "r" word if I passed on the information.

ConcealCarryProtect 5 months

Aweful. Not even children are safe in our world. What have we become to let his happen and turn a blind eye?

Bennington 5 months

I guess they just need to defund the police harder

Independent 5 months

This has been going on for decades and now they say, oh crossed the line. ?

Marcin 5 months


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