The Dacha On Lake Michigan

Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, who has completely abrogated all sense of preserving public order in parts of the city that have turned into charnel houses consuming (largely brown) people, certainly has her priorities straight

Mayor Lori Lightfoot defended the Chicago Police Department’s ban on protestersbeing able to demonstrate on the block where she lives, telling reporters Thursday that she and her family at times require heightened security because of threats she receives daily.

Lightfoot refused to elaborate on the specific threats, but said she receives them daily against herself, her wife and her home. Comparisons to how the Police Department has protected previous mayors’ homes, such as Rahm Emanuel’s Ravenswood residence, are unfair because “this is a different time like no other,” Lightfoot told reporters.

So not only was she the only person in Chicago who was important enough to get a haircut – now she’s the only person with the “privilege” of expecting the taxes she (allegedly) pays to get her actual law enforceent.

Not unlike the Minneapolis city council drones who advocate defunding the police, but are paying thousands of dollars a day for security for themselves, Lightfoot is showing us all whose lives really matter.

6 thoughts on “The Dacha On Lake Michigan

  1. Mitch, you omitted a key quote from Lightfoot, that she has “a right to make sure that my home is secure.”

    That, right there, summarizes everything.

  2. Lightfoot refused to elaborate on the specific threats

    As we’ve recently seen, that seems to be a thing amongst the left. That and jpa’s comment. But come the first Tuesday in Nov, all will be forgotten and Chicagoans will all stand together to re-elect her’onor thus proving the Mencken maxim about democracy:

    Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.

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