Someone opened fire during a party in Chicago, killing two and wounding 13. Police have no suspect yet, and they don’t know what motivated the shooter.
But Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown seemed a lot more concerned about Chicago residents attending a party than he was about the two murders:
Brown also reminded Chicago residents to continue to adhere to social distancing guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Nothing has changed, Brown said. “You’re jumping the gun if you think it’s okay to be in small, closed confinements.”
Thanks, Officer Brown. We’ll try to remember to kill each other from at least 6 feet away from now on.