Leftist Lori Lightfoot, who presently serves as the Democrat Mayor of Chicago, has recently come under fire for making obscene comments towards government attorneys.
According to a lawsuit filed earlier in the week, Lightfoot’s comments emerged during a meeting regarding whether or not the Christopher Columbus statue should be used during a parade.
Last year, the Chicago Park District permitted an Italian-American group to prominently display the Christopher Columbus statute during the 2021 Columbus Day Parade; however, Lightfoot ultimately blocked the agreement, as reported by the Chicago-Tribune.
Lightfoot also threatened to yank the permit for the entire parade while simultaneously commanding various officials in the park district to attend a rapidly arranged Zoom meeting, per a lawsuit launched against the city and Lightfoot herself by George Smyrniotis, who previously served as Chicago Park District deputy general counsel.
In the lawsuit, Smyrniotis claims that Lightfoot openly defamed and berated him, along with Timothy King, who was the top lawyer at the time in the district.
During the Zoom video meeting, Lightfoot attacked the men’s credentials, allegedly snarling, “Where did you go to law school? Did you even go to law school? Do you even have a law license?”
In addition, the Chicago mayor also demanded that the attorneys send their formal requests to the city lawyer in order to receive approval, and they were commanded to “not to do a f—— thing with [the Christopher Columbus statue] without my approval.”
Lightfoot also added “get that f—— statue back before noon tomorrow”; otherwise, she assured the attorneys that she would personally have them fired the following day.
Over the course of the exchange, Lightfoot apparently blasted both men as “d—–,” demanding, “what the f— were you thinking?”
“You make some kind of secret agreement with Italians,” Lightfoot allegedly raged, “you are out there stroking your d—– over the Columbus statue.”
Astoundingly, Lightfoot also added, “my d— is bigger than yours and the Italians.”
“I have the biggest d— in Chicago,” Lightfoot brayed.