New Observer, August 6, 2019
According to local reports, Chicago’s Mount Sinai Hospital temporarily stopped accepting patients Sunday morning because they were at capacity following a series of shootings.
Chicago Police Public Information Officer Anthony Guglielmi told media that that officers responded to several multi-victim shooting incidents on the “west side of Chicago stemming from gang conflict.”
The west side of Chicago has been completely overrun by masses of black, Hispanic and Puerto Rican gangs, who engage in a bustling criminal lifestyle including drugs, prostitution, theft and so on.
Current Chicago mayor, Lori Lightfoot — the first black lesbian to hold such an office — told media that the city’s West Side is in “desperate need of resources. It’s shameful and I can’t say the things that I saw on Saturday are things that I have even the capacity to process yet,” she said.
However, Lightfoot then immediately went on to contradict herself, saying that “We’ve spent over the years probably hundreds of millions of dollars policing on the West Side, CPD, federal and state law enforcement and we have barely moved the needle.”