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For well over a generation now, Chicagoans have come of age in a near-lawless hellscape of gang violence and illegal firearms.

This is directly the fault of the democratic leadership of the city who, from 1982 to the 2010’s, enforced a local handgun ban that took the Second Amendment out of the hands of law abiding citizens and gave a monopoly on firepower to the crooks and criminal in Chi-Town.

Even years after the ban was rescinded, the city is still feeling the effects, as the drug-running gangs of Chiraq hold an unwieldy amount of power in a city once disarmed en masse.  Now, the Mayor is resorting to pure and simple pleading with the leaders of these ruthless rapscallions to have a change of heart, before Chicago as we know it is destroyed.

After one of the city’s bloodiest weekends in years, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel revealed the key element of his plan to stop the gang violence tearing apart the city’s south and west sides: begging people not to shoot each other.

Speaking at a press conference Tuesday, Emanuel claimed that stemming the city’s violence would require an “attitudinal change” and that people in neighborhoods plagued by shootings should “be a neighbor.”

Rahm then rambled into an explanation about how Chicagoans can no longer blame a lack of jobs or warm summer weather for the sharp increase in violence.

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That isn’t exactly the sort of plan that one would like to see from a longtime democratic leader like Emanuel.

In fact, that’s not really any sort of plan at all, come to think of it.

 

 

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