Sean Rayford / Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign rally at Smith Reynolds Airport on Sept. 8, 2020, in Winston Salem, North Carolina. (Sean Rayford / Getty Images)
When the president supports law enforcement, he stands for protecting American citizens from violent, lawless mobs who have had a grip on cities run by mayors unwilling to stand for the same.
Chicago is one of these cities.
But Chicago police are returning the favor, endorsing the re-election bid of President Donald Trump for the presidency come this November.
The Chicago Tribune reported that on Sept. 2 — just days before the Fraternity of Police announced its own endorsement of Trump — “the Chicago police union’s board of directors convened … and voted unanimously to endorse Trump’s bid for a second term.”
That endorsement certainly won’t make Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot very happy.