Here’s what Brandon inherits as Mayor. So what was effectively his first act as Mayor? Was it to appoint a tough-on-crime police chief? Was it to announce hiring more cops or cracking down on gangs that drive violence on Chicago’s streets with impunity?
He signed “executive orders” to establish not one, but three “assistant mayor” positions.
You can read about it over at The Center Square, along with the flowery prose that accompanied the announcement. Basically, one “assistant mayor” will coordinate the illegal aliens flooding the city to ensure their needs are met. Helping American citizens and veterans? Eh, they can wait.
Another “assistant mayor” will handle “labor relations” including the city’s hiring of a bunch of young people. Because government does it better than private enterprise. But when you drive private businesses out of Chicago, you’re left with lawn mowing and other entry-level summer jobs for young people the city.
And lastly “community safety.” That one’s job description? On, no, it’s not arresting and incarcerating bad actors. Oh heck no. It’s “eradicating the root causes of crime and violence” (no mention the lack of nuclear families and fathers raising their kids). It continues with this: to “advance a comprehensive, healing-centered approach to community safety.” “Healing-centered?” That’s poppycock for “restorative justice.”
Meanwhile this is what’s happening in the streets.
Fillmore and Pulaski, May 12.— Chicago Contrarian (@ChicagoContrar1) May 16, 2023
Gang hit in broad daylight leaves one dead, one wounded.
The threat of gangs in Chicago is certain to become more menacing under @ChicagosMayor.
Video: Chicago Critter. pic.twitter.com/s4vK9T5sLc
Hats off to the target of the hit pulling off some Matrix-like moves…. or maybe trying to impress them with his break-dancing skills before his killers put the brakes on this dancing. He goes down three times and pops back up before going down for the room temperature challenge.
Pity the poor guy in a wheelchair trying to scoot away from the mayhem behind him with great haste.
Look for more of this brazen gang violence in the coming weeks and months.
Remember, ladies and gents: It’s NOT “gun violence.” It’s GANG VIOLENCE. No about of deputy mayors or government hiring will fix the violence problem until the gangs are broken, kids are educated and family life is restored. And right now, Brandon’s got his hands full.
Meanwhile you can help Brandon Johnson buy buying some “Let’s go Brandon” stickers and posting them around Chicago and the suburbs. You can get a 10-pack from AliExpress for like $1.17. Why that’s about the cost of a round of good hollow-point ammunition!