Gianno Caldwell Blasts Chicago Mayor: ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter to Him, Black Votes Do’

What do Democrats care about? They preach that they about black lives and how “black lives matter.”

This is true. Black lives do matter, as all lives matter. However, Democrats do not care about their lives as much as they care about their votes.

If they cared about black lives, they would work to stop all the black on black crime and the genocide of unborn black babies. Instead the left sits back to relax as the people who voted for them suffer.

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Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell blasted Chicago’s Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel for his blatant disregard for black lives.

The Chicago native said, “Black lives don’t matter to Rahm Emanuel, black votes matter to Rahm Emanuel,” and noted how the city is still overrun with violence.

Fox News Insider reports:

Chicago’s sky-high murder rate has now prompted calls from some city officials for the United Nations to step in.

Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin traveled to New York on Thursday to meet with the U.N.’s assistant secretary-general about what he called a “quiet genocide” in the city.

“The United Nations has a track record of protecting minority populations,” Boykin said, “We have to do something. Black people in Chicago make up 30 percent of the population but 80 percent of those who are killed by gun violence.”

Among the city’s more than 600 homicides this year was one incident over Memorial Day weekend in which a friend of Caldwell’s younger brother died. He said his brother was in a car with a group of friends on the South Side when two men sprayed the car with 25 bullets.

“Thankfully my little brother lived, however, his best friend died in his arms,” Caldwell melancholically recalled.

President Trump spoke at FBI headquarters Friday morning and referred to the rampant violence in Chicago.

“What the hell is going on in Chicago? What the hell is happening there?” he asked, also mentioning Baltimore.

Caldwell said on Thursday night that he has met with White House officials in recent weeks on the situation in Chicago, calling on Trump to keep his campaign promise and commit more federal resources.

“A lot more needs to be done,” Caldwell concluded.

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