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Chase Bank Locks Some ATMs After Hours Due to Increased Crime

Above: An ATM vestibule on Clark St. just north of W. St. James Place, with a most likely mentally ill homeless man asleep on the floor, on 12/19/21 According to a Chase Banker from a North Side location, Chase Bank has limited some ATMs that were formerly accessible twenty-four hours a day to the normal … Continue reading Chase Bank Locks Some ATMs After Hours Due to Increased Crime

Lightfoot’s Tweets Show She Gets Along with Nobody

Content creator “Liberal Hivemind” posted the video below today.  Apparently the Chicago Tribune secured years worth of Lori Lightfoot’s text messages through Freedom of Information Act requests.  Those text messages show her disrespecting multiple Alderman, the Chicago Police and Governor Pritzker.  When she is seemingly picking a fight with almost everyone, at a time when … Continue reading Lightfoot’s Tweets Show She Gets Along with Nobody

Illinois Senate Majority Leader Carjacked at Gunpoint

From CWB Chicago: Illinois Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford, who championed the state’s criminal justice reform omnibus legislation in January, was carjacked at gunpoint in suburban Broadview on Tuesday evening, authorities said. One of the hijackers fired multiple gunshots at Lightford’s husband, but he was not injured. Three masked men exited a Dodge Durango and … Continue reading Illinois Senate Majority Leader Carjacked at Gunpoint

Rep. Jan Schakowsky Tests Positive for COVID

Newsmax reports: Rep. Jan Schakowsky has disclosed that she has tested positive for COVID-19. The Illinois Democrat made the announcement Wednesday night, tweeting: “As I mentioned in my weekly video, my husband Bob tested positive for COVID Friday. Yesterday I was having a bit of fever and feeling ill. After several negative tests in the days … Continue reading Rep. Jan Schakowsky Tests Positive for COVID

Does the City of Chicago Profit Off the Mask Mandate?

According to a Loop small business owner interviewed last week, the City of Chicago has inspectors going around to check on mask compliance.  If they find people not wearing masks the offending business is fined $500. Every weekend Chicago area bars are packed with people not wearing masks.  But there is no swath of sickness … Continue reading Does the City of Chicago Profit Off the Mask Mandate?

CTA Bus Driver Beaten By Mob on North Michigan Avenue

This is video of the poor CTA bus driver that was beaten last night downtown. This is SO disgusting that this is happening in Chi. @TheMagMile @ChiefDavidBrown @MaryAnnAhernNBC @AnitaPadilla32 @FoxNews @CWBChicago @WGNNews @ABC7Chicago @cbschicago @ChiCityBusiness @AmyJacobson pic.twitter.com/EANvAwkwxF — Paul Vallas (@Paulvallas) December 5, 2021 Per WGN: A CTA bus driver was assaulted in the Loop … Continue reading CTA Bus Driver Beaten By Mob on North Michigan Avenue

3 Lakeview Women Attacked and Robbed in Under 30 Minutes

A group of men needed less than 30 minutes to rob three women, ages 23 to 68, in separate robberies in Lakeview on Thursday evening, according to police. The hold-ups came one day after five victims were targeted in the same area on Wednesday evening. Dozens of victims have been robbed in Lakeview, and nearby … Continue reading 3 Lakeview Women Attacked and Robbed in Under 30 Minutes

CPS Now Allows Students to Use What Ever Bathroom They Please

Despite terrible problems in Virginia, which many would say caused the Democrats to lose the State, the Chicago Public Schools have now declared that students can use whatever bathroom they see fit. Read this report from the Gateway Pundit: Chicago Public Schools Announces That It Will Be Moving To Genderless Bathrooms in Creepy Video Featuring … Continue reading CPS Now Allows Students to Use What Ever Bathroom They Please

Lightfoot Faces Deafening Boos at Plumbers Union Fundraiser

Mayor Lori Lightfoot faced deafening boos during a union fundraiser over the weekend, according to Fox News. The Democratic mayor got an unwelcome reception at an annual fundraiser Sunday for Plumbers Union Local 130, the first union that endorsed her 2019 runoff election, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Union officials downplayed the boos. Pat McCarthy, the … Continue reading Lightfoot Faces Deafening Boos at Plumbers Union Fundraiser