Apparently, I was wrong

The “Take Your Ghetto Kids Downtown” event went off with only minor glitches, according to my Chicago Cop friends.

Their theory is that it went well because it happened during the late morning and early afternoon hours, and was very well chaperoned. All participants were back home before 6 PM.

Apparently, as long as someone is willing to pay the bill,  they plan on doing this nearly every weekend.

Showing poor young black kids how to behave in public might not be a bad idea.

4 thoughts on “Apparently, I was wrong

  1. Being wrong for this discussion is a good position to have.

  2. If they do this often enough eventually bad things WILL happen. You can take the ape out of the jungle but you never get the jungle out of the ape. Sooner or later these “inner city yutes” will act out like they generally do. Just a matter of time.

  3. Point Of Order:
    If there was a citywide tactical alert, a three-alarm fire, and massive looting and rioting, with bodies in the streets, do you think anyone in the MSM would have even mentioned it in the first place?

    Just saying.

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