On Saturday night, a group of teenage domestic terrorists took over downtown Chicago, smashing vehicles and lighting them on fire, breaking out into violent fights, and attacking innocent people on the street. Multiple people were shot during this horrendous, out-of-control “teen takeover” that was organized on social media.

One particularly shocking video shows a group of mostly black men violently assaulting a young black male and a white woman on the street.

The disturbing footage was tagged with the caption, “Yay we get active.”


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This is not how people should be getting “active” in their communities. This is not how to be a productive member of society. This is not how to fight for change. This is not how to make a better life for yourself or for your community.

This is how you destroy a city and all the communities within it.

Ashley and DJ are the couple who were attacked by the violent mob. The two are now telling their story about how they were beaten by their attackers, who they say warned: “They were going to kill us.”

“I have a black eye—My face is messed up. Shoulder is pretty f***ed up, too; it’s out of place. My back is sore.”

The rioters stole their shoes, phones, a pair of sunglasses, an Apple Watch, and a hat.

The couple who were brutally attacked and beaten during the teen riot has now come forward to tell their story. “it was absolutely random,” Ashley told Fox News host Sandra Smith. DJ explained how the couple was just leaving Nordstrom when the mob began to attack Ashely; when he grabbed her hand and tried to get away from the violent teens, that’s when he also became a target.

Nordstrom is less than two blocks off the exclusive Miracle Mile in Chicago, which has still not recovered from the August 2020 George Floyd riots, where a massive number of thugs broke storefront windows and looted high-end merchandise. 

Watch their interview on Fox News here:

Democrat Illinois State Senator Robert Peters defended the teen rioters in a disgusting tweet that almost feels like it was created to get attention, as opposed to making a valid point.

Democrat State Senator Robert Peters

“Since I’m a glutton for punishment and I’m sure I’m gonna get the most unhinged, crime weirdo replies but: I would look at the behavior of young people as a political act and statement,” the Democrat Illinois State Senator tweeted. He wasn’t finished with his quest for seeking attention; the Democrat state senator continued, “It’s a mass protest against poverty and segregation.’

Peters was almost immediately destroyed over a tweet where he literally asked to be attacked. John Bind wrote:

That kind of behavior makes civilized people WANT to separate from the savages. Stop making excuses for antisocial destruction.

The terrifying attack came as droves of young rioters descended on the Windy City, causing widespread mayhem and looting.

Videos shared on social media showed mobs of teens jumping on top of and smashing the windows out of vehicles, including a bus.

Vehicles were also lit on fire by the teen terrorists, while others stood in the street, intimidating innocent people driving by. One vehicle was attacked by a mob of mostly young female thugs.

Two teenagers, aged 16 and 17, were shot in the midst of the violence.

Conservative voices in social media have loudly condemned the actions of these teens since the liberal media has chosen to largely ignore the events of the weekend.

Twitter account @EndWokeness tweeted, “If a mob of white men attacked and beat a black woman on camera, it would be the biggest story of the year.”

Democrat State Senator Peters isn’t the only elected official to make excuses for the acts of domestic terrorism on the streets of Chicago.

Nearly half the shootings occurred in just four police districts that have seen more gun violence than this time last year: Grand Crossing and Deering on the South Side and Harrison and Ogden on the West Side.

In Harrison alone, at least 21 people were shot over the weekend, including two mass attacks in East Garfield Park and Humboldt Park that wounded 10 people. The two neighborhoods are among the deadliest in the city this year, according to Sun-Times data.

Vince Langman shared a statement from the newly elected Chicago Mayor Johnson where he blames others for the behavior of children who have no respect for others, their property, and, more importantly, their lives.

Johnson’s statement is as follows:

“In no way do I condone the destructive activity we saw in the Loop and lakefront this weekend. It is unacceptable and has no place in our city. However, it is not constructive to demonize youth who have otherwise been starved of opportunities in their own communities.”

“Our city must wrk together to create spaces for youth to gather safely and responsibly, under adult guidance and supervision, to ensure that every part of our city remains welcome for both residents and visitors. This is one aspect of my comprehensive approach to improve public safety and make Chicago livable for everyone.”

This isn’t the first time Mayor Brandon Johnson refused to condemn violent criminal behavior in his city; the newly-elected Chicago mayor also refused to condemn the massive looting in Chicago during the George Floyd riots that caused multiple businesses to close down their stores on the Miracle Mile and sent many residents packing for safer states.

Conservative Collin Rugg reminds everyone why Walmart is closing 4 of its store locations in Chicago:

In August 2020, following the massive looting on the Miracle Mile, Chicago Alderman Brian Hopkins warned that Chicago is in jeopardy of losing many of the businesses on the Magnificent Mile.


Chicago CBS Local reports – Just two months ago, it was the epicenter of unrest. Then this week, there was a murder on Oak Street and Michigan Avenue. All of that is on top of a pandemic that has taken a toll on everyone. The Mag Mile businesses aren’t unique, but Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said it is the recent violence and spike in burglaries that is causing real concern now.

A Chicago icon, the Magnificent Mile’s 13 blocks are known across the world. It’s a draw for tourists and a serious boost to the city’s bottom line. What would the city look like without all of this? Hopkins says we could find out.

“Some of the suburban retailers are starting to see some upticks in their activity,” he said. “On Michigan Avenue? We are not seeing that at all.”

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