Guess what University of Chicago Admissions Office? Trump had nothing to do with 714 people who were killed in Chicago in 2016. He had nothing to do with the 4 black thugs who kidnapped and tortured a white, mentally disabled teen from the suburbs for two days while screaming, “F*ck Trump” and “F*ck white people.” Instead of offering money to students to twist the truth, you should consider facing the truth about a city who has been run by crooked Democrats who really don’t care about the violence in cities who don’t contribute to their campaigns…

The University of Chicago’s admissions office is offering a reward to its student tour guides who can dispel the notion among prospective students and their families that the city is “unsafe” and “scary.”

In an email obtained by The Chicago Maroon, Colleen Belak, the assistant director of admissions at the university, offered a $500 cash prize to those who find “a creative way to dispel the negative perception” about Chicago’s violence epidemic. –FOX


“If you’ve paid attention to the national news (or Donald Trump’s tweets) over the last few months, you’ll notice that the city of Chicago is often painted with a broad brush as an ‘unsafe’ or ‘scary’ place to reside,” Belak wrote to the campus tour guide listhost. “Of course, certain realities should not be ignored, but at the end of the day most of us are proud Chicago residents with a deep love of the city.”

“With that spirit in mind, we have an opportunity for you to win some money—$500 to be exact. If you are able to come up with a creative way to approach this negative perception, be it a video series, blog post, photo, or something else (and better) entirely… Keep in mind that the audience is a high school student and his/her family.”

Here is a “2016 Deadliest Hoods” map of Chicago showing two of the highest crime areas in the city are directly next door to the University of Chicago courtesy of Heyjackass, a website dedicated to cataloging the shootings and murders that take place in gun-free Chicago:



Here is the map showing where the University of Chicago is located: chicago-map
Watch Fox News segment about the U of Chicago Admissions letter to students:

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