Violence in Chicago leaves two dead, 11 injured

The bloodbath that is Chicago continues to leave residents lying in the street and the city with no answers.

On Friday alone, two people were killed and another 11 injured as the result of gun violence, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

The Bloody Summer Continues

Chicago often has more violence in one day than most cities see in months.

On Friday, a couple was attacked in Humboldt Park. The shooter approached the couple and opened fire, hitting the man seven times and the woman three times. The man was pronounced dead at a local hospital and the woman is now in critical condition.

Prior to that attack, another man was attacked in Garfield Park. In this attack, a 19-year-old man was shot in the head and pronounced dead at Stroger Hospital.

Throughout the day, several more attacks were reported, with 10 more victims.

Dems Just Don’t Care

Everyone knows about the violence in Chicago, but nothing is being done about it. When Democrats politicized the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, conservatives forced them to acknowledge the violence in Chicago.

Their interest faded rather quickly, though, and now the residents of Chicago are once again left to fend for themselves.

This is a city run by a Democrat mayor in a state with a Democrat governor. Chicago has not had a Republican mayor since 1931, so there is no place to blame the violence in this city other than the Democrat party.

The sad fact is this type of violence happens in many large cities that are run by Democrats. Detroit, Baltimore, and Philadelphia are among the most violent cities in our country, and they have all had Democrat leadership for decades.

Over the last couple of years, Dallas has been in a tailspin. That just happens to coincide with the fact that in 2011, a Democrat mayor took over from Republican Tom Leppert.

What is it going to take for Americans to wake up and realize putting Democrats in power always seems to lead to poverty, crime, and economic collapse?

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