There's no hope in Chicago and the only change is the rising murder rate.
Sixty-five people were murdered last month in the Windy City as reported by the Chicago Tribune: "it was the deadliest July since 2006," and "pushed the number of homicides in the city this year to nearly 400." In 2015 490 murders were recorded for the entire year.
Meanwhile, in speaking on escalating murders in inner cities across the United States, President Obama says "the one thing that I think is important to recognize is this idea that America is somehow on the verge of collapse, this vision of violence and chaos everywhere, doesn't really jibe with the experience of most people" as reported by The Washington Post: "I hope people the next morning walked outside and birds were chirping and the sun was out, and this afternoon, people will be watching their kids play in sports teams and go to the swimming pool and folks are going to work and getting ready for the weekend."
Because in Obama's world black lives don't matter.
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