Chicago is one of the worst cities in the world when it comes to violent crime. For the moment, let’s put aside stabbings, taking a lead pipe or baseball bat to someone, strangulation and child abuse.
numbers of 2018 gun related incidents in ChIraq are as follows;
Shot & Killed: 495
Shot & Wounded: 2467
Total Shot: 2962
Total Homicides: 589
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There was a time when the FTOTUS (First Tranny of the United States) said of Republican criticism aimed at Democrats, “When they go low, we go high.”
Apparently, the shaved sasquatch that use to reside in the White House considers being treated graciously as somehow insulting.
Case in point would be
Michael Michelle Obama’s ghetto-esque conduct and comments during its appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
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Not only did Joy Villa shock Tinsel Town when she recently showed up to the Grammy Awards decked-out in a very Trumpian “Make America Great Again” dress, she also drew the ire of many in the world of entertainment.
Getting the last laugh, Villa’s digital album “
I Make the Static” rocketed to #1 on the Amazon and iTunes charts.
But it looks as if the Los Angeles-born singer just may want to get another laugh on the Hollywood liberal elite. Villa appeared on
Fox & Friends in regards to her mulling a congressional run.
As reported by
Theodore Bunker of NewsMax.com;
Singer Joy Villa, who wore a Make-America-Great-Again-themed dress to the Grammy awards in February, told Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt on Friday that she’s considering a run for Congress.
“I’m looking at Florida, I’m looking at California and I’m looking at New York, because these are all places I live and work and have grown up in,” Villa said on “Fox & Friends.”
“If I run, I’m going to win,” she added. “There’s such a need for good congressmen, for good people in office who are putting forth the aims of the people, not just their own agenda.”
President Donald Trump wished Villa luck, saying “she has many fans,” early Friday morning.
Which was quickly responded to by the possible candidate;
In turn, former Trump advisor Sebastian Gorka penned his own follow-up;