Chicagoans swarm frightened alderwoman over migrant shelter as she’s whisked off by police


The liberal media is facing a serious conundrum with Americans living in blue cities objecting to the influx of illegal immigrants into their communities: many of the protesters are not only minorities but likely Democrat voters.

With these “asylum seekers” — as the media frequently describes the migrants who crossed illegally into the United States — arriving by the busloads in cities like Chicago and New York, local authorities are left scrambling to accommodate them. In Chicago, local residents have been protesting the special considerations being granted, which includes a major migrant shelter at the Inn of Chicago operating steps from the Magnificent Mile. Migrants are also sleeping on the floors of local police stations and even O’Hare International Airport.

Things came to a head Thursday morning when residents protesting a proposed winter tent camp for migrants in Brighton Park attacked Ald. Julia Ramirez and an aide, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

Ramirez and her aide had to be escorted away from the mob and loaded into a police squad car for their protection, as seen in the video shared below by Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk:

“Americans want the invasion to end. They want their communities back,” Kirk opined.

7 million illegal immigrants have crossed into America under President Joe Biden and the smartest thing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) has done in response to the orchestrated human invasion is to start bussing these people to blue cities, forcing the media to have to cover a story they largely ignored beforehand.

Ramirez expressed her disappointment in a statement released afterward, the Sun-Times reported.

“I wanted to engage directly with my community to address misinformation being spread about my involvement in the plan, and how we should move forward as a community,” she said.

“After having a few conversations, it became clear that most of the protesters did not want to engage in a peaceful dialogue with me. It was truly a disappointing experience,” Ramirez continued. “As I was leaving the protest, a group of protesters surrounded me and my staffer and began assaulting us.”

Mayor Brandon Johnson responded to the incident in a tweet: “Any violent act against an elected official in our city is unacceptable and must be condemned in the strongest terms. My office and the Chicago Police Department are currently investigating this incident, and we will provide updates as they become available.”

This prompted a predictable response from news outlet CWB Chicago: “Keeping you up to speed: ✅ Crowds jumping on cars, robbing passersby, and looting stores are kids being kids. Don’t “demonize” them. ❌ A crowd of angry constituents surrounding an alderman at a protest, getting a little handsy, is “condemned in the strongest terms”

An example of the carnage described in the tweet that was largely ignored was seen last weekend:


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