Prolific moron Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is at it again. She's speaking out after police arrested an 11-year-old boy on a felony aggravated vehicular hijacking with a firearm for a November 14 incident where the "prolific" carjacker robbed a Chicago police sergeant's wife of her 2021 BMW at gunpoint.
Chicago Police Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan told Chicago's ABC-7 that the 11-year-old is actually in charge of the carjacking schemes.
And with that, Lori Lightfoot is here to save the day! She has just the plan that's going to stop this madness. She knows exactly what the problem is and how to get this city right back on track.
"I'm going to be meeting with the juvenile judges here relatively soon to address that issue," Lightfoot said during a Monday press conference.
Seriously, that's her response to an 11-year-old boy sticking a gun in the face of a woman and taking her BMW.
“We’ve got a crisis in the city where we see too many young people who are involved in carjackings going to juvenile court and then being put back on the street to their parents,” she added. “We cannot keep putting these kids back out on the street with no support, no resources, no monitoring.”
And whose responsibility is it to be in charge of monitoring, supporting 11-year-olds, and providing resources? The government? Or the parents?
Maybe Lori should adopt the 11-year-old into her household and support this young boy and get him turned around. Perhaps she should mentor Chicago's "prolific" carjacker. You know, take him to Bears games, spend time with him, monitor his homework.
Not interested, Lori?
What's that? Did you say that's the job of parents?
That's right, it starts with the parents, Lori. Drag them to a press conference and have them tell the city what they plan to do to make the little prolific carjacker stop carjacking people. Let's start with that plan.
Why would Lori go after the judges? Because it's much safer than meeting with parents who produced an 11-year-old "prolific" carjacker.
“This is a sad state of affairs,” Police Superintendent David Brow said after his officers arrested the boy for the November 14 jacking. “This 11-year-old has been arrested before, and he is considered a prolific carjacker in our city.”
Why isn't the 11-year-old in school? Well, he lives in a city where, in August, it was estimated that 100,000 children just wouldn't be showing up for school in the fall. A day after that staggering statistic was released by the Chicago Public School system, it was announced that the city was looking to contract with Uber and Lyft to provide transportation for school students after a mass resignation by bus drivers over Lightfoot's COVID mandate.
One thing is for sure, if you're waiting for Lori Lightfoot to solve Chicago's problems, you're going to be waiting an awfully long time.