If anyone out there knows an out-of-town thug or two, let them know they have a friend on the Naperville city council. No, it’s not Judy Brodhead, or Patty Gustin, and it’s not John Krummen. It’s who you would think it is, it’s Theresa Sullivan.
Sullivan hasn’t exactly aligned herself with the Naperville police department with recent comments and her positions on voting issues regarding law enforcement. Her ideology has trumped her ability to allow common sense to enter the equation for actions which help protect residents and businesses. She most recently exhibited this far left of clear thinking during the February 2nd city council meeting.
After being a member of the Naperville city council for less than two years, Sullivan presumes to know more about effective policing tactics and policy, than Naperville’s police chief Bob Marshall with years and years of experience.
Sullivan discounts Naperville’s crime stats given by Naperville police chief Bob Marshall, and she states “it would be wise to stop talking about where people are coming from (Cook County) to commit crime in Naperville is not helpful to be inclusive”. This was countered by Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico stating that “putting your head in the sand and ignoring facts that crime is coming from outside the city is a big mistake regarding crime prevention”.
Watch and listen to Sullivan as she struggles to make sense in the lunacy of her own comment:
One has to wonder, when Sullivan says “it’s not helpful to all the things we are trying to do right now, to be inclusive”, if she is more concerned about being ‘inclusive’ for the good folks of Naperville, or for ne’er-do-wells and thugs.