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Hundreds of Democrats Loot, Vandalize Chicago Stores Causing Officials To Lock Down Cty

Following hours of Democrat looting and general mayhem in downtown Chicago on Sunday night, city officials raised bridges and shut down access to downtown.



CHICAGO, IL—Although Chicago officials did not name them by party affiliation, hundreds of organized Democrats spent hours looting upscale stores in downtown Chicago on Sunday night and into Monday morning.

“Two people were shot, more than 100 people were arrested and 13 police officers were injured when several crowds began looting businesses and destroying property along Michigan Avenue and the Near North Side overnight,” reported ABC 7 Chicago.

In response to the Democrat-caused mayhem, Chicago officials raised the bridges and blocked access into the city for several hours.

Chicago Transit Authority suspended their morning services in some areas at the request of law enforcement officials. City officials raised bridges across the Chicago River except for one to allow for emergency vehicle access.

“The looting began shortly after midnight as people darted through broken store windows and doors along Michigan Avenue carrying shopping bags full of merchandise,” the Chicago Tribune reported. “Cars dropped off more people as the crowd grew. At least one U-Haul van was seen pulling up.”

Lori Lightfoot, Chicago’s Democrat mayor who had previously refused President Trump’s offer to send in federal troops, has been roundly criticized for not taking a tougher stand against Democrat looters who have plagued the city all summer.

On Monday, the Democrat refused to answer whether going light on the Democrat looters previously led to Monday morning’s widespread looting.

“Criminals took to the streets with the confidence that there would be no consequences for their actions,” Chicago Police Supt. David Brown told reporters.

Access to Chicago’s downtown are would be restricted Monday night, Brown stated.

Although it may be too late, Brown said police will not stand by and watch downtown Chicago become “someplace people fear.”

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