As if we don’t have enough intervention in the streets of America by the Federal government, longtime race-baiter Jesse Jackson urged Barack Obama to head back to the streets of Chicago and stop the violence by ordering the Department of Homeland Security to conduct street patrols.
Before a march on the city’s South Side, Jackson, a former Democratic presidential candidate, said America’s third most populous city needed more help than Mayor Rahm Emanuel and police superintendent Garry McCarthy could offer.
“When the president shows up, it shows ultimate national seriousness,” said Jackson, a Chicago resident. He also called for the US Department of Homeland Security to help patrol the streets of Chicago.
Jackson led nearly 150 people on a march from Martin Luther King Jr College Prep High School, where Pendleton was a student, to the park where she died a few blocks away.
“My greatest fear about the gun violence in Chicago is that we’re adjusting to it,” he said.
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