≡ Menu

The Chicago Way is lost on the little girl mayor of Chicago

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and wife (Center. Head of Security Detail far left)

What Are We Going To Have Left In Our Community?  Aldermen React with Panic, Sorrow to Unrest | Chicago News

Sadlowski-Garza wept as she told Lightfoot new businesses had been destroyed, while other shops were being protected by owners with shotguns.

“This is a massive, massive problem,” Lightfoot said. “People are just f—–g lawless right now.”

Ald. Raymond Lopez (15th Ward) demanded that Lightfoot develop a plan to stabilize Chicago’s neighborhoods for five days, calling his Southwest Side ward “a virtual war zone” where gang members armed with AK-47’s were threatening to shoot black people.

The call came to a screeching halt when Lightfoot declined to address the substance of Lopez’s remarks, and Lopez demanded that she respond.

Lightfoot told Lopez he was “100% full of s–t.”

“Well, f–k you then,” Lopez responded.

“I understand you want to preen,” Lightfoot told Lopez.

As aldermen objected, Lopez continued to speak.

“Mayor you need to check your f—–g attitude,” Lopez said.

That profane exchange was first reported by the Sun-Times.

Later in the call, Lightfoot told Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez (25th Ward) she spent a significant amount of time on Sunday morning dealing with a group of protesters outside her Logan Square home.

“Following your lead, alderman,” Lightfoot said, moving on to the next question without addressing Sigcho-Lopez’s comments.

Here’s one tiny part of the audio of the Chicago City Council (the whole 50-minute tape was erased by media cowards). Listen quick before Twitter wipes it. “I’ve got gangbangers walking around with AK-47s right now…” #Democrats https://t.co/YyYGcWIjbM

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • BillH June 9, 2020, 1:20 PM

    Always wondered how it would be when the inmates really did get control of the insitution. Predictable.

  • bob sykes June 9, 2020, 1:23 PM

    How did this mutant, demented dwarf get elected? The people of Chicago are every bit as lost as the people of NYC or Baltimore or St. Louis or Boston or …

  • ghostsniper June 9, 2020, 2:23 PM

    Sorry, but I couldn’t understand what the negress was saying.

  • M. Murcek June 9, 2020, 2:47 PM

    When I looked at disgraced and jailed former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh, I swear I saw Jar Jar Binks. Looking at mayor Light-in-the-shoes I swear I see General Akbar.

  • PA Cat June 9, 2020, 3:02 PM

    The mayor is married to a member of the oppressor class? Xhe’s not woke enough to be the mayor of Chicago.

  • Nori June 9, 2020, 3:15 PM

    She seems nice…

    Imagine waking up to those eyes staring back at you. (shudders)

  • Anderson June 9, 2020, 3:16 PM

    I’m a retired truck driver who has been in and out of Chicago 4 or 5 hundred times. My opinion is that the citizens fully deserve this stupid cunt to rule over them.

  • ambiguousfrog June 9, 2020, 3:22 PM

    This doesn’t convince me me that Antifa are the brown-shirts of the DNC. I thought they were all communists and working together. Unless this is the point they’ve lost control the beast they created. They’re beginning the eat their own. Popcorn please.

  • Steve in Greensboro June 9, 2020, 3:37 PM

    She might be an incompetent mayor, but I loved her in Spielberg’s “ET: The Extraterrestrial”.

  • Lance de Boyle June 9, 2020, 4:35 PM

    I found how the world had been misled by prostitute writers, to ascribe the greatest exploits in war, to cowards; the wisest counsel, to fools; sincerity, to flatterers; Roman virtue, to betrayers of their country; piety, to atheists; chastity, to sodomites; truth, to informers: how many innocent and excellent persons had been condemned to death or banishment by the practising of great ministers upon the corruption of judges, and the malice of factions: how many villains had been exalted to the highest places of trust, power, dignity, and profit: how great a share in the motions and events of courts, councils, and senates might be challenged by bawds, whores, pimps, parasites, and buffoons.

    How low an opinion I had of human wisdom and integrity, when I was truly informed of the springs and motives of great enterprises and revolutions in the world, and of the contemptible accidents to which they owed their success.

    I had the curiosity to inquire in a particular manner, by what methods great numbers had procured to themselves high titles of honour, and prodigious estates; …a great number of persons concerned were called up; and, upon a very slight examination, discovered such a scene of infamy, that I cannot reflect upon it without some seriousness. Perjury, oppression, subornation, fraud, pandarism, and the like infirmities…

    But when some confessed they owed their greatness and wealth to sodomy, or incest; others, to the prostituting of their own wives and daughters; others, to the betraying of their country or their prince; some, to poisoning; more to the perverting of justice, in order to destroy the innocent, I hope I may be pardoned, if these discoveries inclined me a little to abate of that profound veneration, which I am naturally apt to pay to persons of high rank, by us their inferiors


    chapter 8
    https://www.planetebook.com/free-ebooks/gullivers-travels.pdf chapter 8

  • TrangBang68 June 9, 2020, 5:06 PM

    There’s a power couple for you……the power of absolute insanity

  • Lance de Boyle June 9, 2020, 5:15 PM

    My Lord!
    Olive Oyl and a pygmy. [No offense to pygmies of yore. I mean the town of Yore.]

    “Here we are with our childhood friends of yore.” [The sodomite town called Yore.]


    “On the campaign trail with my honey of yore.” [The pustule of a village called Y….]

    “Our first double date. Do these shoes make my feet look big, as did clodhoppers of yore?” [The fungoid town whom the angels name Lenore….of Yore.]

    Surely some revelation is at hand;
    Surely the Second Coming is at hand.
    The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out
    When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi
    Troubles my sight: somewhere in sands of the desert
    A shape with lion body and the head of a man,
    A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
    Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
    Reel shadows of the indignant desert birds.
    The darkness drops again; but now I know
    That twenty centuries of stony sleep
    Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
    And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
    Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?
    [W. B. Yeats of yore]

    I guess spark meets gunpowder when antifa and blm goons patrol the streets as the Justice Police.

  • Kevin in PA June 9, 2020, 5:33 PM

    More popcorn!
    The left is going to be devouring themselves until Election Day.
    It is so much fun to watch.

  • rabbit tobacco June 9, 2020, 8:45 PM

    The heaviest penalty for declining
    to rule is to be ruled by someone
    inferior to yourself. Plato

  • Annie Rose June 10, 2020, 5:22 AM

    Living just 30 miles from Chicago, I have a front row seat for the fireworks. Before the pandemic, she would make a statement here and there and sound fairly professional. But now the gloves are off, it’s panic time, and the pretty speech has been replaced by her true self. For those unfamiliar with the Chicago machine, the entire state is mostly red. Chicago and Springfield are totally blue and they control who gets elected governor and the state legislature. Chicago and the outlying suburbs for 30 miles are in Crook County, so guess who ends up footing the bill for Chicago’s follies? Yet suburbanites cannot vote for Chicago’s mayor. It’s been challenging being a closet conservative for over 30 years and surrounded by crazy progressives. The people of Illinois and Chiraq deserve to get it, and we deserve to get it good and hard. People I know actually defend these crazy policies. They thirst for their own death. My husband and I are planning our escape now that he has retired. If we can sell our house before more taxes and loss of business revenue cause a more of a mass exodus, we will be lucky.

  • Dr. Jay June 10, 2020, 5:36 AM

    We’ve officially entered the bread and circuses phase of man. The construct isn’t holding up to scrutiny like it used to. Alas, poor Christian America, I knew him well Horatio. A people of infinite vision, reduced by its very freedom, to not give a hoot about what made it great.

  • Jack June 10, 2020, 8:12 AM

    I’m getting to a point that I haven’t reached before….that of really enjoying this shit. People are finally reaping what they have sown and this is only the beginning. Maybe Lightfoot’s head will be upended on a pike somewhere, right next to that of Rahm Emanuel.

    Hope springs eternal for their destruction and damnation and I cannot wait until I see what tomorrow brings. BTW, when can we expect to see NYC go off of its rails? Anyone??

  • HH June 10, 2020, 10:41 AM

    @Annie Rose: If we can sell our house before more taxes and loss of business revenue cause a more of a mass exodus, we will be lucky.
    Even if you sell your house at a “loss” it will still probably be enough to buy a nice house in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas or Arkansas. Stick to the smaller towns though. If you choose to live in Kansas, you won’t have to miss the wind, cold, and snow. 😉

  • Robert Godwin June 10, 2020, 11:39 AM

    Talk about pretending to avoid catastrophe by putting your finger in the dyke.

  • Jack June 10, 2020, 11:40 AM

    Ok Robert Goodwin….I muss ax. Which finger in which dyke.

  • Vanderleun June 10, 2020, 12:24 PM

    The little one.

  • MMinAR June 10, 2020, 8:01 PM

    HH-Stop that talk about Arkansas, it’s horrible here, bugs and humidity YEAR ‘ROUND. Big bugs too, one of them carried off one of my German Shepherds.

    For the love of all that’s Holy…