What Junior forgot to mention about Chicago gun violence
D.T. Junior had so much oil on his head last night, Dad was worried the stage lights might ignite him. And wouldn't that be tragic on top of everything else, Melania-gate and all?
Looking for some easy claps from the convention's dwindling gaggle of racist Trump sycophants, Junior called outChicago, cynically using the rising death toll that gun violence has taken in the city's black and Latino neighborhoods to make his case against any and all gun control legislation.
"Just look at how effective those laws have been in inner-city Chicago, a city with the toughest gun laws in our nation, where 70 people were murdered last month alone and where over 3,400 American lives have been lost since this administration took office in 2009."No Junior. Chicago doesn't have the toughest gun laws in the country.
But I'll give him a point for trying. He's right that local gun laws alone don't do much to stop the Mike Klonsky's SmallTalk Blog: What Junior forgot to mention about Chicago gun violence: