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March 16, 2023
WATCH: Reporter Confronts Lori Lightfoot For Removing His Media Credentials And He Lets Her Have It
A few weeks ago, Lori Lightfoot lost her bid for reelection as Mayor of Chicago. Most likely due to the abhorrent condition of the City of Chicago. Residents tend to dislike things like violent robbery and rampant murder.
One such resident is local reporter William J. Kelly, who actually had his press credentials stripped by Lori Lightfoot. Kelly attended a public council meeting and let the Mayor have it.
"On a weekly basis, I was going viral, asking you obvious questions. And instead of answering them, you told me that crime was down. My videos went viral, millions of views, comments, likes, and shares. And it was hurting your reelection campaign. So you revoked my media credentials. That should never happen in a free country."
But he didn't stop there. He went on to excoriate Lightfoot's mayorship: "I feel like this is more of a victim impact statement than an actual public comment. What you've done to me, is nothing compared to what you've done to my city, the City of Chicago."
"You shut down our schools, you shut down the churches, you shut down the businesses [...] Future historians are going to have a hard time understanding how you ever even became Mayor of the City of Chicago. I intend to write that book [...] I hope you will pack your suitcase and get the hell out of my city.”
Daaaang. That was harsh. But not unfounded. Worries over crime and public safety were the biggest concern of voters last month, and ultimately, what led to Lightfoot's loss. Chicago had 695 murders at the end of 2022, and 804 in 2021- numbers not seen in the city in 25 years.
Lightfoot, however, claimed a different reason for her downfall - her race and sex. When asked if she felt she had been treated unfairly, she replied, "I’m a black woman in America. Of course.”
I don't know about that one. I really think it's just all the murder.
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