Chicago Mayor had entire neighborhood’s cars towed to stop a church from having services!

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had entire neighborhood’s cars towed to stop a church from having services.

The following has been TOTALLY censored from the MSM, this is the only place you are likely to see it.


The Mayor’s goal: To tow every car of everyone who attended church services.

The outcome: No church service attendees got towed, everyone else in the entire neighborhood did; and it was a disaster involving countless cars that were legally parked when the signs went up.

Here’s a summary of what happened: The mayor wanted to shut down a church. So on Saturday night, the mayor put up temporary no-parking signs in an entire neighborhood — while normal residents of the neighborhood had their cars totally legally parked and were sleeping. In the morning, at 7 AM, she had had a mob of tow trucks ready to arrive to take EVERYONE’s cars. They did. 

All cars were gone in a very short time – including those of people who were legally parked in front of their homes.

Well, it turned out the church had a contract with a bank and other businesses to use their parking lots, so all the parishoners (for the morning service) parked their cars in these lots; so none got towed.

When the mayor heard what happened, and that only normal residents plus medical workers and others who normally parked on the streets in that area got towed, the mayor flipped out and for the next services had police cars block entrances to the parking lots the church used to force churchgoers to park on the street where they would be towed. 

That was totally against the law, but the mayor – a well established communist – did it anyway. By that time, the church knew what was going on and warned everyone. RESULT: Zero church cars towed and one very pissed off neighborhood.

EDITORIAL

This is the type of thing that should trigger an impeachment of the mayor. It should also trigger a federal charge of Deprivation of Rights under Color of Law (18 USC 242) but the US Attorney’s Office in Chicago is apparently more interested in prosecuting radio hosts like Hal Turner over perfectly lawful Editorials they dislike, rather than uphold the Constitutional Rights of Chicagoans to attend church! 

Once again, the world gets to see the shear human  garbage infesting the US Attorney’s Office in Chicago; holding themselves out as honorable people when in reality, they are politically correct scum.

Incidentally, Lori Lightfoot is a lesbian who is currently “married” to another woman, who campaigned for her position on the principles of “Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Transparency, Accountability, and Transformation.” Never mind the fact that she was probably rigged into power, let’s say it like it is:

A lesbian “equitably and transparently” ambush-posted “no parking” signs in the dead of night on a totally unaware neighborhood, for the purpose of “diversity and inclusion” of a CHRISTIAN church . . .  and “transformed” the entire neighborhood into a no-parking zone. She then forced “accountability” on residents, who had no clue what happened or why.

What a way to fulfill a campaign promise. But that’s how leftists do it, and this gal is a PRIME EXAMPLE.

But then again, the folks in Chicago who were stupid enough to elect this Communist as Mayor, deserve what happens to them.

Chicago likes to refer to itself as America’s “Second City” but in reality, Chicago might be better be described as a SECOND RATE city. With second rate Americans.

Lori Lightfoot elected Chicago mayor, will be 1st black woman and 1st openly gay person to hold post

Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle had the first two spots in February’s election that saw a historic 14 candidates for mayor, leading to the runoff.

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Former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot defeated Toni Preckwinkle in a runoff for Chicago mayor Tuesday. She will be the first openly gay person and first black woman to lead the city.

The Associated Press called the race for Lightfoot shortly before 8 p.m. local time.

With over 91 percent of precincts in, Lightfoot led Preckwinkle 73.7 percent to 26.3 percent, according to the Chicago board of elections website.

Lightfoot pumped her fist in the air and the crowd cheered when she said, “Thank you Chicago!”

“In this election Toni and I were competitors, but our differences are nothing compared to what we can achieve together,” Lightfoot said. “Now that it’s over, I know we will work together for the city that we both love.”

“Today, you did more than make history,” Lightfoot said. “You created a movement for change.”

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Lori Lightfoot supporters react as she is projected Chicago’s next mayor at an election night party. Kamil Krzaczynski / AFP – Getty Images

 

Lightfoot, 56, who was an assistant U.S. attorney before she entered private practice, has never held elective office before.

The runoff election was bound to be historic, as either of the two candidates was going to be Chicago’s first black female mayor. The city is around 33 percent black, according to 2010 Census data.

Preckwinkle told supporters Tuesday evening that she called Lightfoot to congratulate her.

“This may not be the outcome we wanted, but while I may be disappointed, I’m not disheartened,” she said. “For one thing, this is clearly a historic night. Not long ago, two African-American women vying for this position would have been unthinkable.”

Lightfoot came in first in the February election that saw a record 14 candidates vying to succeed Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who did not seek re-election.

Preckwinkle, 72, a former schoolteacher who served on the Chicago City Council for 19 years before becoming Cook County Board president in 2011, came in second in the February race, garnering 16.1 percent of the vote to Lightfoot’s 17.5 percent.

They both beat William “Bill” Daley of the famous political family, whose father and brother each served as mayor for a combined total of more than 40 years.

Daley, who came in third with 14.8 percent of the vote, conceded that night and congratulated both women, saying “one of them will have the honor of being the next mayor of Chicago.”

Emanuel, who has been mayor since 2011, announced in Septemberthat he would not seek a third term.

Although a nonpartisan election, the candidates in the February election like Tuesday’s runoff were all attached in varying degrees to the Democratic Party. The Republican Party has virtually disappeared from the city.

Lightfoot seized on the outrage over the 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald by a white police officer to launch her reformer campaign and suggested that Preckwinkle was attached to big-party politics.

Lightfoot said that as mayor, she would focus on investing in neighborhoods on the West and South Sides and bring transparency and accountability to City Hall. She also said she also wants to end City Hall corruption and restore people’s faith in government.

Preckwinkle, who leads Cook County’s Democratic Party, said that mayor “is not an entry-level job” and that “it’s easy to talk about change. It’s hard to actually do it.”

Both women expressed support for a casino in downtown Chicago, and for changing the state’s income tax system to a graduated tax, in which higher earners are taxed at a higher rate.

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Voters fill out their ballot at a polling place during a runoff election for mayoral candidates Toni Preckwinkle and Lori Lightfoot in Chicago, Illinois on April 2, 2019.Joshua Lott / Reuters

 

There were few Election Day problems, NBC Chicago reported. One precinct opened “exceptionally late” because of a delay caused by judges not showing up on time, but the board of elections said that it appeared all voters would be able to return by the close of polls, according to the station.

Lightfoot was endorsed by the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune newspapers, as well as U.S. Reps. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia and Robin Kelly, according to NBC Chicago.

Preckwinkle had the endorsement of several unions, including the Service Employees International Union state council, the Teamsters joint council and the Local 700 and other unions, as well as U.S. Reps. Jan Schakowsky, Bobby Rush and Danny Davis, NBC Chicago reported. Chance the Rapper also endorsed her.