Chicago Black Lives Matter Organizer Calls Looting in Windy City ‘reparations’

A series of looting incidents in Chicago over the past few nights was justified by a Black Lives Matter organizer as “reparations.”

According to news reports, more than a dozen police officers were hurt and the property damage caused by looters is estimated to be about $65 million.

Defending the looting, Black Lives Matter organizer Ariel Atkins said:

“That is reparations,” Atkins continued. “Anything they wanted to take, they can take it because these businesses have insurance.”

The recent round of riots was ignited after a young black male was shot by police after the suspect fired multiple rounds of bullets at police.

Numerous videos documented the looting.

High-end establishments were also hit, including a TESLA car dealer.

Undeterred by the property damage and violence, Black Lives Matter went on offense.

Black Lives Matter held a rally in support of those arrested during the riots

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot warned the lawbreakers that “We are coming for you.”

The evidence of violent crimes and looting in Chicago this year shows Mayor Lightfoot has lost total control over the city.

Chicago, like many other cities controlled by Democrats including New York City and Portland, is in free fall.