The best way to destroy a once-great American city is to elect progressives who will implement social justice reform. And the result, as we turn our attention to various West Coast cities, Baltimore, and Chicago, is the rapid decline of law and order.
The latest incident of chaos is a "flash mob incident" on Saturday at the Armed Forces Weekend Carnival in Tinley Park, a town located in liberal-controlled Cook County and just outside the crime-ridden city of Chicago.
Videos posted on Twitter show "multiple fights that broke out after hundreds swarmed Saturday's event as part of a flash mob," reported local media outlet ABC 7.
A thread from last night chaotic scene at the Tinley Park Carnival:— Arab chicago (@ArabChicago) May 21, 2023
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Windy City Amusements - #ChicagoCarnivals Amusement Rides, Festivals - Tinley Park Armed Forces Weekend Carnival. 179th St. & 80th Ave in Tinley Park, IL 60477.— Casper Anthony (@NYCASPERFLA) May 22, 2023
A thread from last night chaotic scene at the #TinleyParkCarnival
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"It definitely came out of nowhere," Abby Kaiser said, a bystander who watched the chaos quickly unfold. She said:
"I saw everybody running away from it and I just didn't know what to do."
Isabel Bedolla, another bystander, said, "There were a bunch of guys in ski masks and there was a ton and we saw them around and then all of a sudden people started running."
"I got all my friends, and we ran towards the library, and we were trying to call all our parents and get them to pick us up, because we were all, like, really scared," Bedolla said.
Tinley Park Police said the flash mob had over 400 teenagers who organized on social media. ABC 7 said the carnival was closed shortly after:
"Police said the carnival was shut down after fights broke out on Saturday, and that Tinley Park officials shut down Sunday's event after finding another post asking teens to gather again at 5 p.m."
Besides Chicago and surrounding suburbs, there has also been chaos on the streets of Baltimore and San Fransico.
In early April, chaos erupted in Baltimore City's Inner Harbor district as hundreds of teenagers scattered like ants when gunfire rang out.
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Just weeks ago, San Francisco experienced chaos of its own.
Wild Video from Oakland California sideshow street Takeover last night— PPV-TAHOE - News Journalist (@ppv_tahoe) May 6, 2023
(@ppv_tahoe) Video footage was filmed on the 100 block of 10th street overnight.#oakland #sideshow #california
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The common theme among these cities is that they are run by progressives with little concern for upholding law and order as their policies backfire. Law and order in cities will be a significant issue in the 2024 presidential election cycle.