Gun-Controlled Chicago: Ten Shot at Memorial for Shooting Victim, by Breitbart

The major city with the strictest gun control also has the highest murder rate, and the response by the mayor to a recent spate of gun violence is more gun control. From Breitbart via theburningplatform.com:

Kind of ironic, don’t ya think?

If only Chicago had tough gun laws, this would never happen. Oh yeah, they have the toughest gun laws in the country.

Maybe they should ban shooting memorials.

Will Black Lives Matter be protesting this mass shooting? How about Jesse or Sharpton?

Maybe Obama can take time out from his $400k per speech tour to do some community organizing on the Southside and convince these rambunctious teens to stop shooting each other.

Via Breitbart

Ten people were shot–two fatally–on Sunday during a memorial for a Chicago man who had been shot and killed earlier in the day.

The shooting at the memorial occurred in Brighton Park around 5:20 pm.

The Chicago Tribune reports that the memorial was being held for Daniel Cordova, who was killed when “two people fired rifles from an alleyway” earlier on Sunday.

After shots rang out at the memorial, a 25-year-old male was dead and a 29-year-old female lay fatally wounded; she died at Stroger Hospital. Eight others were wounded by gunfire. All eight were between the ages of 19 and 26 and all were listed in “good condition.”

Breitbart News reported that Chicago had nearly 4,400 shooting victims in 2016 and the city witnessed nearly 800 homicides. The Tribune reported that Chicago passed 1,000 shooting victims for 2017 during the time period of January 1 to April 25.

The violence in gun-controlled Chicago has resulted in multiple dead and wounded over the course of a short period of time again and again already this year.

To continue reading: Gun-Controlled Chicago: Ten Shot at Memorial for Shooting Victim

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