Uncle of Infant Shot in Chicago Speaks Out After Biden-Lightfoot Meeting (VIDEO)

The uncle of an infant who was shot in the head in Chicago said Thursday that “it feels like no one cares” as President Biden and Chicago Mayor Lightfoot attempt to tackle a massive increase in murders and shootings up over 2019.
During an appearance on “America’s Newsroom,” Charles McKenzie, a Chicago community activist, said that although he would like to see the president and the city’s mayor take action and create policies to curb the crime spike, his community cannot wait. . .

Last Thursday, at least 9 people were shot, including McKenzie’s 1-month old niece, Terriana Smith.
Terriana was shot in the head and rushed to the hospital, where she is currently fighting for her life.
On Wednesday, McKenzie said he talked to the infant’s mother who said the baby was happy and in good spirits after finally being able to eat and breathe on her own.
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