Lori Lightfoot Calls To End Toxic Public Discourse After Yelling 'F Clarence Thomas'

Crazy Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot called for society to end the growing toxicity emanating from public discourse. She has seen enough.

"The toxicity in our public discourse is a thing I think we should all be concerned about, right?" Lightfoot said on Monday in regards to the coverage of the Highland Park shooting.

“You know, we’re not like a lot of other countries where their version of Independence Day is marked with troops and tanks. No, what we do in the United States is come together as a community,” she goes on.

Interesting idea.

Now, let's check in on last week's version of Lori Lightfoot:

It's unclear if Lightfoot had a change of heart or would like us to keep temperatures high when discussing Justice Clarence Thomas. After all, she really hates him.

Here's more from a mayor just looking for peace.

It's as if Lightfoot does not understand there is an internet that has record of her past remarks.

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