Mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot SUED For Defamation
"I have the biggest dick in Chicago."
Chicago, Illinois (TRL) - According to a lawsuit filed by a former attorney for the City of Chicago, Mayor Lori Lightfold allegedly berated a group of lawyers when discussing the removal of a Christopher Columbus statue in a Zoom meeting in October of 2021.
"You dicks, what the fuck were you thinking? You make some kind of secret agreement with Italians, what are you doing, you are out there measuring your dicks with the Italians seeing whose got the biggest dick, you are out there stroking your dicks over the Columbus statue, I am trying to keep Chicago Police officers from being shot and you are trying to get them shot. My dick is bigger than yours and the Italians, I have the biggest dick in Chicago. Where did you go to law school? Did you even go to law school? Do you even have a law license? You have to submit any pleadings to John Hendricks for approval before filing. John told you not to do a fucking thing with that statute without my approval. Get that fucking statue back before noon tomorrow or I am going to have you fired."
-Lori Lightfoot, 56th Mayor of Chicago
The plaintiff in the lawsuit, George P. Smyrniotis, is a former attorney for the City of Chicago.
The suit was filed in the Cook County Circuit Court on March 2, 2022 and the plaintiff is demanding a jury trial.
Lightfoot was sued in 2021 by Thomas Catenacci of The Daily Caller for refusing to grant interviews to journalists that are not "black or brown".
Mayor Eric Adams was also recently under fire for referring to white police officers as crackers in a 2019 video.
Without getting into Freudian analysis of penis envy, the defamation lawsuit was filed both against the City of Chicago and Lightfoot by Italian-American community leaders who took offense to the Mayor's comments. Officially, the plaintiff in the defamation suit is George P. Smmyrniotis, who is being represented by Moor Law Office. The defendants are Lori Elaine Lightfoot and The City of Chicago.
Mayor Lightfoot is no stranger in her wanton display of preferences based solely on race, when the spooky-looking Mayor defended her decision to grant interviews only to "journalists of color". Similarly, Lightfoot is no stranger to getting sued for racist comments, when Thomas Catenacci and The Daily Caller sued Mayor Lori Lightfoot in 2021 with the help of the organization Judicial Watch, for violating his First Amendment rights and right to equal protection.
While we are on the topic of openly racist Mayors of large American cities, let us discuss New York City Mayor, Eric Adams, who in 2019 was quoted as saying, "I kicked those crackers' ass" when referring to NYPD officers. Let us try to forget about the fact that whoever was in the crowd started to applaud him when they heard the racial slur spoken.
Let us imagine if a white Mayor of some rural American mid-sized city or town had uttered a racial epithet on video. Do you think they would be given a pass? What about a Mayor of any other race, for that matter? I don't know the answer to the question, I just thought it would be a good question to ask.
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