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LIGHTFOOT'S SOFT SHOE: Watch Lori Dance for Votes While Crime Runs Rampant in Chicago

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.30.23

This is a bad look, Lori.

During Chicago’s Lunar New Year parade over the weekend, Mayor Lori Lightfoot crashed a drumline performance and yelled at everyone to vote for her in next month’s mayoral election.

From Red State:

Lightfoot has continually demonstrated since then that she is undeniably the worst, considering her proposal to give herself a raise in the middle of another violent crime wave in Chicago, her two-faced nature, blaming retail store owners in part for smash-and-grab looting sprees, instituting a racist interview policy, her threats to crack down on lockdown opponents by using force during the COVID pandemic, and most notably her failure to address the rampant crime surge in Chicago, blaming everyone but herself.

And over the weekend, Lightfoot didn’t help herself at all during an appearance at the annual Argyle Lunar New Year Parade, where she proceeded to “dance” in the middle of a drumline performance while repeatedly yelling out for people to “vote, vote, vote!” in next month’s mayoral election, where Lightfoot is facing eight challengers.

“Since @chicagosmayor’s term began, Chicago has suffered 2,278 homicides and over 9,000 shot. Since January 1, the city has endured 41 homicides and 194 shot,” the Chicago Contrarian outlet said in a tweet.

“Yet here Lightfoot is blissfully dancing and asking voters to return her to office,” it added.

Watch the clip above.

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