Chiraq Is A Nightmare For Law Enforcement Too

NRA Life of Duty takes a look at the violence problem in Chicago:

chiraq-chicago-gun-violenceYea no doubt, that place is dangerous.  These guys are on point this time with the talking points… not like that “war on drugs” derpisode.

So much car talking again.  These guys must be real busy that they can’t even sit down and answer questions one-on-one for 5 minutes.  Unless NRA really like that disconnected camera angle for some reason.

Like Chicago’s own upstanding citizen and 2nd Amendment ambassador Chief Keef would say “That’s that shit I don’t like”.




SittingDown October 23, 2014 at 02:00 am

Brandon looks like Ben Affleck. He should do a South Carolina “Town” remake.


ENDO-Mike October 23, 2014 at 10:02 am

Haha Yea he kinda does! I’d prefer the Gigli remake though… One of my top 5 fav movies of all time. Jennifer Lopez held it down too.


Seb October 23, 2014 at 04:52 am

I have family in the Chi, have worked there ( including the infamous southside), and generally speaking can’t stand the place. Cool to visit from time to time but I don’t see how people could live there.


ENDO-Mike October 23, 2014 at 09:59 am

My only experience with Chicago is the “magnificent mile”. Sounds like outside of that street it’s a nightmare. I’m not in a huge hurry to go back. Definitely had some good meals and shopping there though.


Eric October 24, 2014 at 04:44 am

Up to your old tricks of hanging out with rich widows, eh?


Mr_Rich October 24, 2014 at 05:23 pm

Even the “Magnificent Mile” has issue with packs of teens that flashmob and rob the stores. In the summer it’s gang fights on the north-side beaches. But just ask the store-front reverends, it’s all the guns fault.

For a very good graphical view of the carnage visit My favorite statistic is the “Shot-in-the-junk-O-meter”


I live over by dere and I been there two-tree years.


That Guy October 23, 2014 at 04:12 pm

FWIW, the two of the three “car talking” scenes are taking place inside a rental car (notice the no smoking sticker on the window on the one gentleman and the tell tale double keys and plastic tag on a large wire loop in the ignition on the second scene. Tom is the only one that may be in a personally owned vehicle as evidenced by the custom radio in the dash and rain guards on the driver side window.

Obviously, they are so busy you have to catch them after they leave the airport and before they go to a business meeting/vacation or on the way home from picking up the groceries.



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