Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Chicago mayor slams 'the toxicity in our public discourse' days after cursing ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Chicago mayor slams 'the toxicity in our public discourse' days after cursing ... trends now
Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Chicago mayor slams 'the toxicity in our public discourse' days after cursing ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Chicago mayor slams 'the toxicity in our public discourse' days after cursing ... trends now

Really Lori? Controversial Chicago Mayor Lightfoot slams 'the toxicity in our public discourse' in wake of Highland Park July 4 massacre - days after she shouted 'F**k Clarence Thomas!' at Pride event Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot slammed 'the toxicity in our public discourse' during a press conference in the wake of Highland Park July 4 massacre  The remarks come a week after she shouted 'F**k Clarence Thomas'  Lightfoot, who is gay, criticized Justice Thomas at a June 25 rally for his role in overturning Roe v. Wade when she was interrupted by someone in the crowd  She responded by yelling, 'F**k Clarence Thomas!', after Thomas indicated a desire to overturn a 2015 ruling that made gay marriage the law of the land Lightfoot doubled down on the comment with a tweet: 'I said what I said' 

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been hit by another hypocrisy storm - after blasting 'the toxicity in our public discourse' just days after crowing 'F**k Clarence Thomas' at an event.  

Lightfoot made her latest remarks while speaking at a news conference on Tuesday with other city officials regarding the U.S. Senate's Bipartisan Safer Communities Act on gun control after the horrific July 4 gun massacre in Chicago. 

'The toxicity in our public discourse is a thing I think we should all be concerned about, right? And it's ironic obviously that we're having this conversation and what happened on Independence Day,' the Democrat mayor began. 

She was referring to the shooting in Chicago's Highland Park suburb, which saw gunman Robert Crimo III shoot and kill seven people watching a parade.  

'You know, we're not like a lot of other countries where their version of Independence Day is marked with troops

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