Two officers were shot during July 4 festivities in Philadelphia Monday night.
Democrat Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney spoke to the media outside a hospital ER Monday night.
The Democrat Mayor admitted he hates his job and can’t wait until he moves away and is no longer mayor so he can enjoy life.
“So everything we have in the city over the last seven years I worry about … I’m waiting for something bad to happen all the time so I’ll be happy when I’m not here, when I’m not mayor, and I can enjoy some stuff,” Mayor Kenney said.
“So everything we have in the city over the last seven years I worry about … I’m waiting for something bad to happen all the time so I’ll be happy when I’m not here, when I’m not mayor, and I can enjoy some stuff,” Mayor Jim Kenney said. https://t.co/nV54amQyDB pic.twitter.com/eaeNPN414O
— CBS Philly (@CBSPhilly) July 5, 2022
This is after Mayor Kenney destroyed the city of Philadelphia with his insane policies.
Recall, in 2018 Mayor Kenney was seen dancing like a school girl over a court ruling allowing his city to continue to provide safe harbor to criminals.
— Steve Preston (@StevePrest) June 6, 2018
Philly Mayor Jim Kenney also blamed the Supreme Court and concealed-carry permit holders for last night’s shooting.
“It was a laid back, chill day — weather was beautiful, concert was beautiful, but we live in America, and we have the Second Amendment, and we have the [Supreme Court] telling everybody they can carry a gun wherever they want.”
Philadelphia Controller Rebecca Rhynhart blasted Mayor Kenny’s remarks outside a hospital ER late Monday night.
“This is the most irresponsible statement. Our city needs leadership, not someone who doesn’t want the job. We deserve better,” she said.
In a tweet, Philadelphia Controller @RebeccaRhynhart wrote, “This is the most irresponsible statement…” “We deserve better,” following Mayor Jim Kenney’s remarks outside a hospital ER early Tuesday where two wounded officers had just been released. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/M6uowS5BXy
— Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) July 5, 2022