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Teens attack woman in Chicago: The new Gotham City

Teens attack woman in Chicago: The new Gotham City

Over the weekend, a mob of black youths took to the streets in Chicago to terrorize the residents of the city.

The youths called it a “teen takeover,” and a group of them were caught on video swarming and then beating a young white woman for no apparent reason.

Keith Malinak of "Pat Gray Unleashed" says it's the “third world-ification of America,” and it's happening right before our eyes.

He compares it to "Grand Theft Auto," saying that it’s “literally all that these big cities are anymore.”

Despite the video evidence depicting clear footage of the attack, no arrests have been made.

Malinak points out that the mayor-elect, Brandon Johnson, or as he calls him, “the guy in Chicago replacing Beetlejuice,” had a less than appropriate response.

Johnson’s response went as follows: “It is not constructive to demonize youth who have otherwise been starved of opportunities in their communities. Our city must work together to create spaces for youth to gather safely and responsibly ... under adult guidance and supervision to ensure that every part of our city remains welcome for both residents and visitors.”

“Chicago, you’re screwed, and you’re not coming back,” Malinak responds.

Gray adds his two cents.

“People are sick and tired of crime, and they’re sick and tired of Democrats not doing anything about it — in fact doing the opposite. And that’s letting criminals get back on the street and commit crime again.”

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