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

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

We are nearing the halfway mark of Mayor Beetlejuice's term in office.........

competent or incompetent?

  • Downtown Chicago and Michigan Avenue are in shambles
  • The city finances are in disarray
  • Violent crime is rampant
  • The restaurant industry and convention business is shut down
  • CTU is telling her how to run the schools

Friday, January 1, 2021

Activists demand Beetlejuice's resignation over attempted coverup

I agree with the activist's calls for the mayor's resignation but not for the exact reasons they lay out. It is true that she did not take their complaints seriously but it is also a fact that she doesn't much of anything else seriously. The police raid happened, it was wrong, everyone is sorry and wants to be sure it doesn't happen again. The

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Beetlejuice is a disgrace to the city of Chicago

Her #1 objective put her thumb down on as many men as possible. Any man, doesn't matter as to their color or creed, will do. 

"men are bad"

From 2d City Coppers

Firefighter Mayday

Here's a guy with a spotless disciplinary record...AND who won the Lambert Tree Medal, the highest City Award for heroism at great personal risk. 

That and $3 will get you a cup of coffee in Groot's Chicago (click for larger versions):

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Beetlejuice ranked third worst mayor in the nation!

I have to get my roots done because I'm in the national spotlight again

From 2d City Coppers

Only Third?

Well, she had big name competition from both coasts:

  • In celebration of a 2020 that desperately needs to come to an end, here is a list of the Top 10 Worst Mayors in the nation. These mayors most definitely use Orwell’s 1984 as their policies and procedures manual, if not their Bible.

    It comes as no surprise that all 10 of the mayors on the list are Democrat (something about that political party), and that five of the 10 are mayors of West Coast cities (something about the Pacific Ocean).

    Several of the mayors have overseen a mass exodus of people from their cities, and even their state in a 10-month period. But most of all, every one of these mayors stand out as abject failures of governance, with constituents that literally despise them.

Groot came in third, behind DeBlasio (NY) and Garcetti (LA).

Biden calls Kamala Harris ‘president-elect’ in latest gaffe

This boy is not right.

Monday, December 28, 2020

Congressman Adam Kinzinger

                                                                BIG WIMP ASSHOLE

Attacked Trump when he figured Trump was finished, not before. That makes him a backstabbing wimp. 

Typical Chicago Politician


Former Ald. Proco ‘Joe’ Moreno charged with DUI in Gold Coast crash

Moreno is accused of drunken driving after crashing into eight vehicles before hitting a tree in the 1200 block of North Astor Street about 9:20 p.m. Sunday.

Kinzinger, just another compromised politician

Kinzinger, who may be redistricted out of his seat or face a Republican primary challenger in 2024, has been flailing of late as he appears increasingly out-of-step with the GOP rank-in-file, and longing for the pre-Trump Republican Party that is popular among the leadership of the Illinois GOP. It is rumored that Kinzinger is eyeing higher office and likely currying favor with Illinois' Democrat and Republican power-brokers to obtain his next office and continue his singular, lifetime career in government. 

Saturday, December 26, 2020

Beetlejuice is in over her head

and so out of touch

how much more of this destructive behavior are the alder-people going to tolerate?

From 2d City Coppers

If only there was something that Groot could do to make herself even more unpopular....unpopular to the point that aldercreatures would actually start to vote against her, her policies and exercise a little self-preservation:

  • They are planning on that tax on incomes above individual $70k per yearly

Friday, December 18, 2020

There is something with that Roberts fella that is off


Justice Roberts is a weak traitor. He is afraid to do the right thing due to moral cowardice. This is why Texas case was not taken

I don't want to hear any complaining about Foxx, the people re-elected her, live with it

Cook County's Chief Law Enforcement Official


From 2d City Coppers

World's Greatest Nitwits

This is part of what passes for a "hard hitting" interview on WGN:

  • Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has her critics, but she easily cruised to reelection. Only days into her second term, Foxx sat down with WGN’s Tahman Bradley to answer questions about violence in Chicago and other issues facing her office:

    Already this year, Chicago has seen more than 700 homicides and 3,800 shootings through November. What’s happening?

    I think there are stretches on the South Side

Thursday, December 17, 2020

Beetlejuice is lying, she didn't know? Of course she knew...everybody knew about this....yet she attempted to cover it up....this is dishonesty per se

I didn't know nutin and I'm sorry about that and I was blindsided and sorry about that too and those men did this and now they're going to pay for doing this and for being men and I'm not sorry for that. 

From 2d City Coppers

Groot the Totalitarian

For a former federal prosecutor, Groot certainly seems like a dumbass:

  • Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Law Department attempted in court this week to block a local TV station from airing body camera footage of Chicago police officers raiding an innocent woman's home and handcuffing her while she was naked.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Probably more to this story

Beetlejuice accuses Reilly, Hopkins of exercising ‘aldermanic prerogative at its worst’

The mayor said commercial properties fronting the Magnificent Mile were willing to tax themselves to shore up their defenses and lure back shoppers.

A shopper walks by with a shopping bag on North Michigan in Magnificent Mile, Monday, Dec. 14, 2020.
A shopper on North Michigan Avenue.
 Anthony Vazquez/Sun-Times

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday condemned as “aldermanic prerogative at its worst” the decision by downtown aldermen to block plans to raise commercial property taxes along North Michigan Avenue to bankroll security improvements after two rounds of looting.

Lightfoot said commercial properties fronting the Magnificent Mile are “suffering and hurting” after a dramatic dropoff in sales and foot traffic and were willing to

What is with these would-be teachers....another one that insist on being called doctor

Jill Biden Seems Really Triggered by People Not Calling Her a Doctor

I generally have a rule about the spouses of politicians. If they stay out of politics and don’t try to make themselves the center of a story, I have very little stomach for writing on them. For example, I’ve never written on Kamala Harris’ husband because he stays out of the spotlight and doesn’t try to insert himself into issues. That’s a good thing. The spouses of politicians are not elected and shouldn’t act as if they are.

Jill Biden never got that memo. She’s shown a high level of ambition since Joe Biden announced his presidential run, seemingly always being there to drag him forward even as he continually fell apart

Monday, December 14, 2020

Beetlejuice is quite the kingmaker don't you know

Illinois casts all 20 electoral votes for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris; Mayor Beetlejuice wielded gavel as electors cast ballots

Secretary of State Jesse White, who officially oversees the quadrennial session, passed the gavel to Mayor Lori Lightfoot, an elector.

By Lynn Sweet Dec 14, 2020, 11:46am CST

Mayor Beetlejuice, an Illinois electoral college member, files her ballots for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on Monday. The electors met in the Illinois House chamber in Springfield. Screenshot from livestream

WASHINGTON — The Illinois Electoral College members, meeting Monday in the Illinois House Chamber in Springfield, cast all 20 votes for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Secretary of State Jesse White, who officially oversees the quadrennial session, passed the gavel to Mayor

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Jim Burns, former U.S. attorney, longtime inspector general for Illinois secretary of state, dies at 75.

Some people say he used his office for political gain. i.e. He wanted to run for governor but a certain local pol (who had helped place him in the U.S. Attorney position) had other ideas. Next thing you know, the local pol is under investigation for ghost pay-rolling among other things. The local pol had to resign after Burns insisted. The sad part is that the local pol was relatively straight. 

Burns led the U.S. attorney’s office during the Operation Silver Shovel corruption investigation and the Operation Haunted Hall ghost-payroll prosecution. His office also took on the Gangster Disciples street gang.

By Jon Seidel Dec 11, 2020, 7:22pm CST

Jim Burns was inspector general for Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White and, before that, a federal prosecutor, candidate for governor — and a Chicago Bull. Illinois Secretary of State

Longtime Illinois Secretary of State Inspector General Jim Burns, who served four years as Chicago’s U.S.

Friday, December 11, 2020

Renaming LSD

likes the name Lightfoot better but will go with the name Beetlejuice for now

City Committee Postpones Hearing To Rename Lake Shore Drive For Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable

I disagree with the proposal to rename LSD after DuSable. We already have a school, a bridge, a fountain and a park named after Mr. DuSable. How much more honor can we bestow? How much more honor does Mr. DuSable deserve? I mean WTF did he do that was so great? Can somebody please answer that? 

If the alderman feel an urge to rename LSD, I suggest the name "Beetlejuice Way" in order the commemorate the mayor's spectacular performance in reaction to Covid-19 and other events last summer. And while you're doing that, how about an ordinance allowing moving trucks on LSD so they can more easily access the downtown area. 

A hearing to consider the ordinance, first introduced more than a year ago, is scheduled for Friday but no vote is expected.



Georgia Gov. Kemp Awarded $107 Million Contract to Dominion Two Weeks After Meeting With People’s Republic of China Consul General
December 10, 2020 Admin

by Debra Heine

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp awarded a $107 million contract to Dominion Voting Systems two weeks after he met with the Houston-based Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Atlanta.

Kemp met with Li Qiangmin, Houston Consul General of the People’s Republic of China, on July 12,