South Loop residents are reporting a rash of swastika stickers throughout their neighborhood.
Nawrtzee symbols are being affixed to decaying ruins! Finally something worthy of national coverage, not like when Barkevious got smoked while standing in an alley or when Pablo's body got some new cooling vents put into it by its fellow "they have to go" criminals.
City workers have been "very, very good" at removing the swastika stickers from street signs and other places in the Downtown area, said Kevin Lampe, a spokesman for Ald. Pat Dowell (3rd).
These are the real heroes of your dead city, silently battling against the communist vandalism and finally earning the praise they so richly deserve. You're doing a great job, Brownie!
But locals are still distressed by the stickers, a hateful display they say is without precedent in their diverse neighborhood.
Sure, there's open tribal warfare between different morlock clans, but this is actual "hate" and has no precedent in a "diverse" area otherwise noted for its peace, prosperity and high levels of trust.
Incorrectly drawn swastika, ham-handed political message...must be "racists!"
"It's shocking and appalling," said Debbie Borman, who's lived in the South Loop for 10 years and shared a photo of one swastika sticker near 14th Street and Wabash Avenue to Facebook. "Whether there’s any affiliation to the president-elect is sort of irrelevant; to have that kind of speech come up in an urban area that’s highly diverse, it's just unprecedented."
Because it's likely that these are being put up by Trump's official campaign and not by unhinged leftists. What color is the sky in your world, lady?
Dowell's office said they've only been fielding reports of the stickers since last month's election, leading the alderman to believe that the displays are related to Trump. The sticker Borman shared shows Trump's name under the swastika.
You know what, I think you might be right! This is why you get that big sinecure pay, because you can make these amazing deductions. Yes, a sticker that says "Trump" on it might, just might, be somehow tangentially related to the 45th President.
"Hate crimes like this have increased since Trump's election," Lampe said. "We've not seen this level of hate and it is directly related to Donald Trump."
It's Trump's fault his enemies are criminals, scumbags and vandals.
The South Loop swastika stickers follow recent reports of a swastika spray-painted on an Austin elementary school and another scrawled on a church in Pilsen.
Hey cucktian...watcha doin'?!?