Fox News Analyst Demands Lightfoot Does Her Job after Brother Murdered in Chicago

Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell has dropped the hammer on Mayor Lori Lightfoot after his baby brother was murdered in Chicago last Friday.

Caldwell blasted far-left Lightfoot and “woke” Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx for the city’s “soft-on-crime” policies.

Living in the Windy City should not “come with a death sentence,” Caldwell said.

Caldwell, 35, said he’s devastated after Friday’s shooting that killed his 18-year-old brother Christian Beamon and wounded two others as they were standing outside in the city’s Morgan Park section.

“Yesterday was the worst day of my existence,” Caldwell said Saturday.

“I received a call informing me that my teenage baby brother was murdered on the south side of Chicago.

“Never could I have imagined my baby brother’s life would be stolen from him.

“Please keep my family in your prayers.

“What I’m looking for right now is details from the police to discover who it was that murdered my brother.

“My baby brother never had a chance.

“I never, ever, ever thought that my baby brother, just turned 18, would ever be in this situation.

“We’ve never had anybody murdered in our family, and we’ve been through very, very tragic things.

“God has always shielded each and every one of us, so I can’t understand how this happened.

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“I’m trying to get the details to understand fully what’s going on here.”

Caldwell said Lori Lightfoot’s “soft-on-crime” policies have ruined the city of Chicago and police are afraid of enforcing the law.

He said if criminals aren’t held accountable, “your family could be next.”

“I’m leaving the studio to go plan a funeral for my baby brother,” he said.

“When we think about not just him, but the violence that has been created in Chicago, and some of the policies which has systematically – the soft-on-crime policies which we’ve seen in the city — they have to come to an end.”

“We gotta unhandcuff the police, allow them to do their jobs because they’re in fear of doing their jobs.

“I understand that we can have criminal justice reform, we can have police reform, but there has to be a balance because at this point criminals are unafraid of the police, they’re unafraid of the prosecutors, they won’t capitulate to the laws, so what do we do next?

“We’re going to have to throw the book at them, and I understand we have compassion for people as we should, but at the same time, if we don’t, your family could be next.

“You cannot prevent crime in this city unless you get tough and the city has decided not to get tough.

“I hope Lori Lightfoot will make this case a priority, I’m hoping for it.

“I’m hoping the county prosecutor will make this a priority.

“I’m hoping that these four men that got out of a black SUV on Friday while my little brother was standing in front of a venue, just a few blocks from his home, and riddled the spot with bullets, I’m hoping that these men are captured.”

Lightfoot has failed to comment on Caldwell’s pleas or respond to the slaying on his teenage brother.

Instead, Lightfoot doubled down on her weekend attacks against Justice Clarance Thomas who she insulted in public while promoting false claims about the Supreme Court.

“F**k Clarence Thomas,” Lightfoot yelled during an appearence at a Pride event.

“I said what I said,” she said in response to the backlash over her comments which were made while her constituents are being shot dead amid rampant violent crime in Chicago.

“If my language bothers you more than the destruction of our civil rights, then we don’t need to know anything else about you.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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