Chicago Shootings Improve

by Jack

29 May, 2019 – Good news everyone, only 34 people were shot over the weekend in Chicago, police said.    

The year to date stats look even better.  Shot and wounded 724, shot and killed 179, total shot [903].   Oh, and misc. murders were a mere 194!

Congratulations Chicago.  Just goes to show you what a little community organizing can do, right?  Wow, only 903 shot since January.  If they keep this up shootings could come in under 2000 for the whole year.  Whoopie do.

Back in 2015, there were  2,900 shootings, 13% more than the year before and in 2016 there was about a 200% increase over 2015.   Chicago shootings beat military combat casualties 6 ways to Sunday for the same time periods.  But, oddly Chicago has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation, so how do we explain the shootings?   Don’t ask this question to a democrat, because you’ll just get the deer in the headlights look.

PS  Does anyone recall the protest parade Black Lives Matter held on any of these years?  Nah, me either.

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2 Responses to Chicago Shootings Improve

  1. J Soden says:

    Not to worry! Chicago will retain its title as Murder Capital of the World with the Demwits in charge. A change in leadership might not even make a difference there because of political machinery is so ingrained.
    Interesting how the silence from politicians on the violence there is deafening . . . . . .

  2. Post Scripts says:

    JS, you’re right. I have no doubt Chicago will continue to be like a war zone for idiots because, well, they are idiots. They are beyond help and no amount of money or gun laws is going to fix them.

    There’s only one way to effectively and effeciently end it: Trust in Darwin and DO absolutely nothing. Pull the cops back from the South Side and just let it happen. In a few years the problem will solve itself.

    When the smoke clears what’s left would be very manageable.

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