1. @Logan Saxby So, what you’re saying is, if grown up people don’t get parented, they are free to do whatever? Sounds about right…

    2. F: well ok maybe white people need to not knock peace as a thing. Calling black men who are scary is immature at best

    3. @ftobie84 there are actually many ways to solve things, who told you there’s only one way? The truth is that the protesters aren’t going to solve anything, peaceful or not.

  1. Did anyone say that when guns where at state capitals when protesters wanted to open up America again???????

    1. @Judy Besse Please google “Armed Black Protesters in Michigan” – was there a problem?

    2. @Stuff & Things the question is/ how white cops have shoot unarmed black men, women and children? TO many.

    3. What you say is true, but it’s a false equivalency fallacy.
      Learn to argue, debate & get your point across without diversion.

  2. When the cops show up ready to inflict violence on the protesters you need to be prepared! They tried peaceful demonstrations and were met with violence and leaned who to respond in kind!

    1. They weren’t met with violence. The police were like a cactus, sitting there with needles to fend off attackers. All it takes is a couple of idiots to turn a peaceful protest sour.

    2. @TheDrummingXbox360 LOL no, that is a lie. They began assaulting people. It’s on tape you putz.

    1. @voltaren Yes they did. Erik Prince’s boys. Not protesters but mercenaries. You can pick them out of the crowd of genuine conscientious objectors by the high quality of their masks and the way they hold their guns. The folks getting arrested do not live in the cities they burn.

    2. @Zymir Well said. No guns at protests anymore. Time to treat guns like cars = you have to have a license to operate, register and insure every gun, even the guns of LEOs.

    1. He didn’t deserve death. He was being subdued except for he was never out of control. He couldn’t have been put in cop car. Plus I read the counterfiet wasn’t even counterfeit.

  3. “As you press on for justice, be sure to move with dignity and discipline, using only the weapon of love. Let no man pull you so low as to hate him. Always avoid violence. If you succumb to the temptation of using violence in your struggle, unborn generations will be the recipients of a long and desolate night of bitterness, and your chief legacy to the future will be an endless reign of meaningless chaos.” Martin Luthor King Jr. (1956)

    1. @Evangelia Hernandez remember when MLK jr. Lead peaceful protest and lead to more change then, you could ever dream of?

    2. @Thomas , just remember to wear your red MAGA hat. It’s important to stand out in a gun battle. Where are all the pudgy brave morons when you need ’em?

    3. @Russell Racey Every time that I’ve ever invited folks to combat, nobody shows up.

      Hand to hand combat. 1 knife per entrant.

    1. Rollin’ down Rodeo with a shotgun
      These people ain’t seen a brown-skinned man
      Since their grandparents bought one

  4. I hate to remind her of this but the right-wing brings weapons every time they protest anything and that’s the only reason why the police don’t shoot them

  5. Remember that time people brought assault rifles to a governors mansion for a protest? We are talking about water bottles and shovels here? Wtf?

  6. Oh no, you’re….disappointed. I think people who are protesting and rioting are also disappointed in you Chicago political elites.

  7. She doesn’t have the right to say anything; her policies have enabled these things to happen.

  8. I think Chicago is being pretty peaceful considering who they are and how they have been treated….

    1. @Notsa’s Purpose im.in.chicago.im.sick.of.the.violence.we.have.to.support.younger.people.should.be.happy.just.to.be.alive.

  9. You should tell that to youre Chicago PD Lori Lightfoot…

    Theres a reason why millions of people dont trust police depts or the district attorney’s office.

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