Latest Post

Legendary NFL Running Back and Social Activist Jim Brown Passes Away at 87 Trey Gowdy Slams Democrats’ Lack of Progressiveness, Questions Dianne Feinstein’s Treatment

Chaotic Crowds Disrupt Loop, Concerns About Economic Impact on City
Hundreds of teenagers caused chaos in Chicago’s Loop area last night, with reports of fighting, bottles thrown at CTA buses, and gunshots.

Two teenage boys were shot in the crowd, and 15 people were arrested.

Former Chicago Police Department first Deputy Superintendent, Anthony Riccio, says the situation is getting out of hand and will have an economic impact on the city.

Businesses are concerned about the negative perception of the city, and the impact on tourism.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson have both condemned the behavior of young people, calling it reckless, disrespectful, and unlawful.

They have urged parents and guardians to take responsibility for their children’s actions and whereabouts.

The Chicago Loop Alliance says it is prepared to work with partners to respond to these incidents.

Leave a Reply