Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is hardly a law and order politician, but even she is getting disgusted by the antics of Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx. Foxx, who allowed actor Jussie Smollet to walk following the exposure of his hate crime hoax, has made several other questionable decisions that have enraged police and law-abiding citizens. And now even radical Mayor Lightfoot is questioning her judgment. On August 15, seven-year-old Serenity Broughton was sitting in the backseat of a car with her six-year-old sister. A gunman blasted away at someone near the car, killing Serenity and critically wounding her sister. Even in a city as violent as Chicago, the death of a little girl hit home. […] Then, late last week, four gunmen drove up to a home in the Austin neighborhood, exited the car, and opened fire. There was return fire from inside the home–and when the smoke had cleared, one person was dead. The scene was witnessed by police officers and caught on street cam. Foxx refused to bring charges and reportedly cited “mutual combat” as the reason. For Lightfoot, it was unbelievable that Foxx refused to prosecute. […] Is it any wonder that the morale of the Chicago police is at an all-time low?