Lawsuit Cites Foul-mouthed Rant by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

The house of cards that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot lives in is starting to tumble.

Lightfoot, quite frankly, should have been booted from office months ago.

However, every attack she has faced has been counter-attacked as racist, sexist, or homophobic.

This time, however, her antics have caught up to her.

Foul Mouth

Lightfoot has gained a reputation for having a truck driver’s mouth.

People that have been in confrontations with her regularly cite how she will go on nasty rants when challenged.

Now she is facing down a lawsuit by former Chicago Park District deputy general counsel George Smyrniotis.

The suit states that after a deal was made regarding the display of a Christopher Columbus statue, Lightfoot had a meltdown.

She reportedly told attorneys involved in the deal, “Where did you go to law school? Did you even go to law school?

“Do you even have a law license?

“Get that f—— statue back before noon tomorrow or I am going to have you fired.”

“You make some kind of secret agreement with Italians. … You are out there stroking your d—- over the Columbus statue, I am trying to keep Chicago police officers from being shot and you are trying to get them shot.

“My d— is bigger than yours and the Italians, I have the biggest d— in Chicago.”

Smyrniotis is basically claiming that this created a hostile work environment and impacted his ability to perform his job.

He is no longer with the Park District.

City attorneys stated that the city “has not yet been served with a complaint and will have no further comment as the matter is now in litigation.”

Lightfoot is already on thin ice, and this may be the last brick to hit the pond before she goes sinking to the bottom.

Source: Fox News


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