Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was slammed on Twitter after she and her wife, Amy Eshleman, posted a video wishing a ‘joyous Kwanzaa’ to all who celebrate.
‘Joyous Kwanzaa, Chicago!’ Lightfoot said in a video shared online. ‘The seven principles of Kwanzaa guide us to unity and cooperation as we work to uplift and protect our neighbors.’
‘As you light the candles and gather in unity, we hope your holiday is filled with rejoicing and happiness,’ Eshleman echoed.
The pair, who also used the holiday video as an opportunity to promote COVID-19 vaccinations, were criticized by Twitter users who cited the crime wave ravaging Chicago and Lightfoot’s alleged failures as leader.
‘Is this a Saturday Night Live skit?’ questioned @ParkerRinger.
‘One can only hope they include NOT stealing, obeying the law, not committing murder, produce your own income, feed and house your own kids, contribute to society and don’t be bitter and angry,’ @Jasonwarnick4 wrote. ‘Have your people follow those rules and your City won’t be in a permanent state of chaos.’
Others criticized Lightfoot for promoting a holiday which was founded in 1966 by black nationalist Dr. Maulana Karenga, who was later convicted of torture and served four years in prison.
During the racial Inquisition of 2020. Many major corporations hurled themselves down the BLM flight of stairs in a show of stupefied solidarity to brand the movement as the next great civil rights movement in America. But what they got in return was an Institutionalized, militarized, Soros beast of a Marxist Army of Democrat pawns ripping the throat out of America.