During an illuminating campaign speech earlier today, President Donald Trump had a few choice words for the gang members and “hoodrats” in Chicago Illinois. Crime rates throughout the city are on the rise and with a handful of murders happening over the last week, all eyes are no the Midwest’s largest city.
In Trump’s words, “There are two Chicagos, as you know. One Chicago that is incredible, luxurious and safe. There is another Chicago that is worse than almost any of the places in the Middle East that we talk about and that you talk about on the news. It’s high time we exterminate the rats. The hoodrats and hoodlums cluttering our streets. The Southside of Chicago is full of blacks and hispanics that do nothing but sell drugs and kill each other. As I said, it’s time to exterminate the vermin and Make America Safe Again!”
The President is receiving a bit of flack from his words with some referring to them as tone-deaf and ringing with racism. Much of Chicago’s Southside is inhabited by minorities, many who oppose the violence happening throughout the city. Others claim the president was merely referring to the failing politicians who continue to promise change without any results.