By
G. McConway
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October 4, 2022

Chicago Update: 3-year-old Child Shot Dead in Road Rage Incident

There was a time when children were the ultimate stopper.

Even the worst criminals walking the planet would back off if it meant a child could be injured.

That is no longer the case, as a simple argument led to road rage, which resulted in a 3-year-old being shot in the head.

Road Rage Turns Deadly

In all, 34 people were shot this weekend.

This included a 7-year-old shot in the leg and a 3-year-old shot in the head and later pronounced dead.

The child was rushed to Children's Hospital, but he never really had a chance.

Chicago Police Deputy Chief Larry Snelling stated, "We've seen children shot across this city in ridiculous numbers.

"When did we become a society where we stop caring about the children?"

Yet, half the country is outraged over illegal immigrants being bused out of Texas... go figure.

In this case, the mother reportedly got into an argument with another driver.

She tried to get away from the man, but he reportedly followed her, then opened fire on her car when he caught up to her.

The boy was in the backseat of the car with his siblings.

If there is any solace to be had, it is that none of the other children in the back of the car were shot.

The sad reality of this city is that if Lightfoot runs again, she will probably get re-elected.

If she bows out of the race, whatever candidate the Dems put out there will probably win.

Source: Fox News

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