Progressive Policies Turning Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Into Murderous Mile, by Thomas DeVore

When criminals are free to roam, they commit crimes, like murder. From Thomas DeVore at realclearpolitics.com:

Progressive Policies Turning Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Into Murderous Mile

(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

One of Illinois’ major advantages is Chicago, which – until recently – was one of the most vibrant cities in the world. People from across the globe have made their way to Chicago to do business, tour our famous museums, theaters, and restaurants, take in sporting events, and to build their lives. Chicago is a beautiful city that used to be full of opportunity.

Tragically, this vibrant, once-thriving community is being destroyed by the policies of leftist ideologues ruling the city and state: JB Pritzker, Lori Lightfoot, and Kim Foxx.

Consider this: There were four times as many crimes reported in the few blocks around Water Tower Place, one of the more exclusive areas of the city, over the last year than were reported in the once-notorious Cabrini-Green.

I recently visited the scene of one of Chicago’s many crimes in downtown Chicago. It was a chilling experience, and these statistics should shock us to our core. But they seem to have numbed many, as each Monday morning we just read the weekend’s body count in the Chicago Tribune right along with the sports scores.

The greatest shopping district in the Midwest – the Magnificent Mile – has seen some truly horrific crimes. Just days ago, a man was murdered in the late afternoon right outside high-end shops. His throat was slashed. And he died literally in the middle of Michigan Avenue.

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2 responses to “Progressive Policies Turning Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Into Murderous Mile, by Thomas DeVore

  1. I really don’t understand why there is always killing humans. Life is tough at is. I wish we could all live as one. Shalom 😔

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