AG Sessions: ‘ACLU Effect,’ local officials blame for Chgo violence rise


Does this guy know what he's talking about? Attorney General Jeff Sessions may regularly take heat from Trump, but on Wednesday he roasted Chicago officials over violent crime in the city. "Accepting the status quo of death and crime because it's confined even to a few neighborhoods is not responsible, it’s not a moral approach. This great city of Chicago cannot capitulate to the violence," Sessions said. Speaking to law enforcement professionals in Waukegan, Sessions addressed violent crime in America. Sessions said from 1991 to 2014 crime dropped, but in recent years across the U.S. crime has increased.


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