Man Beaten in Middle of Chicago Street

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    As reported by CWB Chicago, a clip shows a man shouting to the crowd on Clark Street, telling them to “run up” to him according to the outlet on Friday.

    The man later declared, “I got the pole on me, b*tch.” According to the website, “pole” is a term used to describe guns.

    Police received numerous reports of teenagers threatening the man. But, police could not locate the perpetrator and witnesses reported that the group entered the park.

    Video footage showed three teenagers beating an older man, while one in gray pants hit him on the head. Then, he hit the victim again as traffic speeded through.

    The kid fled before the older man climbed up off the ground.

    In February, around 75 percent of respondents believed the defunding of police was a “major” or “minor” factor in the rise of violent crimes across the country according to a Morning Consult/Politico poll.

    The results of the survey come in the same time that Democrats tend to sway away from the “Defund the Police” movement — polls and general public sentiment has revealed that cutting police budgets to fund “equity” and subsequent rising crime, typically in the poorer and vulnerable neighborhoods is not a huge hit with voters as midterm elections are near.

    It seems that the Democrat Party, corporate media, and Joe Biden, not including extreme leftists such as Rep. Cori Bush (D-MI), in recent weeks, has rejected the exact movement they backed in the summer of 2020 along with the Black Lives Matter protests and violence. In the midst of it, protesters from the far left demanded the dismantling of the department of police across the United States, with several large-city Democrat city councils and mayors accepting their demands.

    According to the recent incident, what took place between the time the footage was recorded is unclear. A man who claimed that he was the one who suffered stated that somebody tried to steal his wallet, and then called his acquaintances.

    In all, 27 people were killed — five fatally — during the course of the weekend in the city of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's (D) Chicago, according to news outlets.

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