The killing rampages in Chicago hit close to home over at Fox News.
The man who co-hosts with Fox News’ Lawrence Jones, lost his brother to the Chicago violence last month.
He was only 18 years old.
And after his death, Gianno Caldwell has made it his mission to not only call out Lori Lightfoot but to go to WAR with her as well.
Western Journal reported that Chicago’s political leaders have left the city’s people leaderless, Fox News host Lawrence Jones declared on Saturday.
Jones partners on Fox with Gianno Caldwell, whose younger brother, Christian, 18, was the victim of a fatal shooting in June — just one of the dead in the epidemic of bloody anarchy in the Windy City.
Over Chicago’s Fourth of July weekend, eight people were shot to death and 68 wounded, according to CNN.
In biting commentary Saturday on “Lawrence Jones Cross Country,” Jones said Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and State’s Attorney Kim Foxx bear a chunk of the blame:
“What’s going on in Chicago right now is unacceptable and everybody knows it. Families deserve answers and they deserve action,” he said.
He said those who should be solving the city’s problems are ignoring the bloodshed — and he called out Lightfoot personally.
“Unfortunately, the city’s mayor, Lori Lightfoot, is preparing to flee the scene of the crime. Lightfoot is spending her city’s taxpayer funds to travel to London and Paris to promote the economic prosperity of her state. But the mayor doesn’t understand there is no pursuit of happiness without life.
Liberal cities all across the nation are in complete shambles.
But one reason Dems are so hesitant to talk about Chicago, is simply because of the stringent gun laws there.
And the fact that so much gun violence is still happening just goes to show how these types of laws don’t work and fail to address the real root causes of gun violence.
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