Showing posts with label Incompetence. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Incompetence. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

‘Has lost the confidence of the city’

Jennie Taer
Aug 12, 2020

A Chicago leader has come out saying the City’s Mayor, Lori Lightfoot, “has lost the confidence of the city.”

Anthony Beale who represents alderman of the 9th Ward of Chicago made the comment during Fox & Friends Tuesday.

“I think the mayor has lost the confidence and the control of this city. She’s listening to the wrong

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Kamala's Dirty Laundry

Confirmed: 2020 presidential candidate Kamala Harris slept her way into government

Posted on January 28, 2019 by Dr. Eowyn 

Kamala Harris, 54, is a first-term U.S. senator for California.
A week ago on January 21, 2019, she officially announced her campaign to run for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in the 2020 United States presidential election. In the

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot blames everyone but herself for BLM riots/looting

On Sunday night, BLM agitators clashed with police as rioters vandalized stores in downtown Chicago, with officers returning fire after being targeted by gunfire.
More than 100 people were arrested and 13 officers wounded as rioters smashed windows and looted high-end stores, authorities said.
Read the whole story here.
On Monday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot gave a press conference wherein she proceeded to

About time

in happier days, before the rot from gross incompetence began to stink
Lightfoot blames Foxx's lack of criminal charges for Chicago looting
By Mike Flannery

Mayor Lightfoot blames Foxx’s lack of criminal charges for Chicago looting

The looting and civil unrest in downtown Chicago is putting Mayor Lori Lightfoot at odds with Cook

Monday, August 10, 2020

Kim Foxx is the main cause of all this trouble

Foxx bashes ‘dishonest blame games,’ calls for ‘honest conversation’ after night of looting, because she is so honest don't you know
Foxx’s comments came hours after Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said “a lot of” arrests were made after looting in May and June, but they “weren’t prosecuted to the fullest extent.”

By Rachel Hinton Aug 10, 2020, 3:05pm CDT

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx speaks during a news conference Monday after looting broke out overnight in the Loop and surrounding neighborhoods. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx on Monday rejected criticism that her handling of criminal prosecutions set the stage for the latest round of looting, accusing the mayor and her top cop of engaging in “dishonest blame games.”

The first-term prosecutor’s news conference followed Police Supt. David Brown telling reporters that

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Lightfoot's Double Standard

F--- you, I'm the mayor and I can do what I want and don't you forget it  
City takes new steps to deter gatherings at Montrose Beach after Lightfoot slams ‘reckless’ lakefront party, yet mask were

Just like in Cook County

Outrage as Manhattan's district attorney DROPS the felony charge against BLM leader accused of assaulting an NYPD cop and releases him on bail

  • Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance reduced charges against Derrick Ingram on Saturday
  • Ingram, 28, is accused of injuring NYPD cop by using bullhorn in her ear
  • Vance reduced felony charges against Ingram to misdemeanor assault
  • On Friday, NYPD officers who came to arrest Ingram were chased off by crowd
  • Ingram later surrendered himself after officers retreated from his home
  • NYPD union boss blasts leaders for bowing to the 'criminal mob' in the case 

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Media Coverup

"don't be asking her any questions about my birthday party on the roof of city hall"

We need the inspector general to investigate this.

Friday, August 7, 2020

The incompetence in the States Attorneys office is uncharted

‘We’re in really, really uncharted territory,” Kim Foxx says of gun violence in Chicago, as if she has no idea why this is happening. 
Her failure to prosecute in the direct cause of the heightened gun violence.
State’s attorney reflects on a friend’s being shot while she was growing up, says more has to be done to prevent retaliatory shootings, rejects criticism her office is too easy on gun crimes.

By Frank Main Aug 7, 2020, 5:45am CDT

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx. Ashlee Rezin Garcia / Sun-Times
In a wide-ranging interview on gun violence in Chicago, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx reflects on a friend’s being shot while she was growing up, says more has to be done to prevent retaliatory shootings and pushes back at criticism her office has faced that it goes too easy on gun crimes.

Question: What do you make of criticism from police Supt. David Brown that more needs to be done

Thursday, August 6, 2020

This is what happens when the mayor invites everybody to come downtown to peacefully protest

come on down
CPD’s overtime budget jumps to $47.1 million in June while murders, shootings skyrocket
The police department has spent $84.3 million, nearly its entire overtime budget for 2020, during the

Wednesday, August 5, 2020


blew an excellent opportunity to break this radical union and save the city

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she bowed to the science, not the teachers union, in abruptly shifting Chicago Public Schools to a remote learning plan for the fall that officials say will have far more structure and accountability than in the spring.
The mayor cited worsening public health conditions and parent concerns about in-person schooling Wednesday in backing off a proposal to return to classrooms next month. To improve the experience for parents and students, schools chief Janice Jackson promised full-day live online instruction by all teachers five days a week and some small group online learning.
The city will hold remote classes for CPS’ 300,000 students at non-charter schools beginning Sept. 8, the previously scheduled start to the school year, through at least the end of the first quarter, Nov. 6. Officials said they hope the virus can be sufficiently contained by that time to implement the two-days-a-week hybrid learning plan they had been touting up to this point.
Details of the new at-home model will be released in the coming days, Jackson said, with the goal of unveiling a more comprehensive plan than the makeshift one used in the spring when the pandemic forced surprise school closures.

Sunday, August 2, 2020

The dumbest deal of all time!

Parking meter deal Chicagoans love to hate gets worse, brought to you by Richie Daley

Chicago’s parking meters raked in $138.7 million in 2019. All told, private investors have earned $1.6 billion. That’s nearly $500 million more than their initial, $1.16 billion investment — with 64 years worth of parking meter revenues to go.

By Fran Spielman Aug 2, 2020, 9:00am CDT

One of the parking kiosks installed after Chicago’s parking meters were privatized. Sun-Times file

The stay-at-home shutdown triggered by the coronavirus turned the streets of downtown Chicago into

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Why not, everything else has gone to f---

Insulting? California lowering bar exam standards in order to pass more minority lawyers7 Comments

A rather insulting headline:
The article in the LA Times states the California Supreme Court agreed to lower the passing score for the exam, a victory for law school deans who have long hoped the change would raise the number of Black and Latino people practicing law.
UCLA School of Law Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin, a longtime supporter of lowering the passing score said, “There is absolutely no evidence that shows having a higher score makes for better lawyers. There is significant evidence that it reduces the diversity of the bar.”
And of course: “Whether the exam is culturally biased has been a question for law journals over the years, and critics have written that it fails to measure the real abilities required to be good lawyers.”
Read the whole article here.
When one seeks an attorney they may base their decision on if the person is a member of the “diversity” team. Or they may seek one through recommendations, legal expertise/area of practice and their “win” record. But that’s just my white-privileged opinion.

Monday, July 27, 2020


Kim Foxx, Cook County's Chief Law Enforcement Official

Refuses to prosecute, thinks every criminal should get another chance and another chance and another chance.  

Murder rate has spiked under her. 

Don't you think that since the number of prosecutions is down significantly, that the States Attorney's budget should also be cut? It only makes sense. Instead, the Foxx budget grows and grows and grows. Why would that be? Patronage. Preckwinkle and the Cook County Board uses the place as a dumping ground for friends and relatives. 

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Kook has to

has a plan to make friends with ANTIFA and BLM
they will be BFF

From Second City Coppers

Another "No Arrest" Order

Little wonder that protests and riots are increasing in frequency:
  • Last night Groot ordered the Commander and Deputy Chief not to arrest any of the protesters that had their sit in that disrupted traffic for more than four hours at Roosevelt and Columbus. At on point while sitting in that intersection the group

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Mayor Kook and the tale of the Indigenous people

Lightfoot says ‘people who came for a fight’ hijacked protest at Columbus statue in Grant Park, yes, the protestors were victims and need to be made whole

Mayor Kook supports the plight of indigenous people who were not even there but not the plight of the police who were there and battered. Memo to the mayor, why don't you just concern yourself with trying to jumpstart Chicago's economy and leave law enforcement to the Feds. 

While insisting she supports peaceful protests, she said on Friday, “what we saw … is a group of vigilantes” who formed a “phalanx,” then began “pummeling police with projectiles Frozen water

Monday, July 20, 2020

Almost 300 police officers taken off patrol to protect Lightfoot's house, this past Saturday!

It was an incredible abuse of power to remove so many officers from crime-laden neighborhoods and then assign them to protect her own house. The Chicago City Council needs to discuss Lightfoot's removal from office. 


Groot's Gates

So Groot, hearing that 200-to-300 "peaceful protestors" were headed toward her home, stripped the manpower from all of Area 3 and Area 5 to protect her house. Iron stanchions were delivered and an entire city block fortified. Remember, this is over property - an "overreaction" as defined by numerous alder-assholes:

Almost 300 cops taken from across the city to secure property from "peaceful protestors" and dancers (as one media outlet described them). Meanwhile, nearly seventy people have been ventilated across the city - actual victims of violent acts.....and not "peaceful protestors."

Unless Groot and the media have been lying to us again?

If rumors are to be believed, the entire manpower protecting some districts numbers in the single digits. We're told (unconfirmed) that 016 had six cars patrolling the entire District, 017 had six, and 020 had four. These might be slight exaggerations, but undoubtedly a safety issue. 

Friday, July 17, 2020

It's Official Now

a derelict mayor

Mayor Lori Lightfoot to White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany: ‘Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth’

Lightfoot’s smackdown was in reaction to McEnany calling her “the derelict mayor of Chicago.”

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Twisted priorities

Chiraq mayor’s priorities after weekend where 64 shot, including six teenagers

This past weekend saw another double-digit of shootings in Chiraq64 shot, 13 fatally.
A fifteen-year-old was the weekend’s first victim. Five other teenagers were wounded in separate shootings. Read about all the shootings here.
So what did the good mayor of Chiraq tweet about on Monday? I can tell you it had absolutely NOTHING