Last week police officers in Chicago gathered to protest Mayor Rahm Emanuel for cracking down on the city's officers. The mayor sided with the anti-cop narrative of the mainstream media over his own officers. During the demonstrations, an insane woman spit in an off-duty officer's face. This was after she had already screamed in his face.

There were hundreds of officers gathered to march in the protest, which is now known as "Blue Wednesday." While an officer is moving with the group of cops, a woman was caught on video screaming at him and following him as he is moving along with the group of officers. Before she wraps up her encounter with the off-duty officer, she spits in his face. Remarkably, the officer gives no reaction to the counter-protester.

The Chicago police officers' union offered up a $1,000 reward on Monday for anyone who can provide information leading to an arrest of the woman who spit in the officer's face.

Per Daily Wire:

According to, the officers protesting Mayor Emanuel at City Hall chanted and held signs that said, "Blue Lives Matter," "Back the Blue," "Rahm must go," and "We are CPD."

The Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge 7 notified its members about the Wednesday protest, which was intended to demand "Mayor Rahm Emanuel back police." The protest was triggered "in response to the Chicago Police Board’s recent decision to put Officer Robert Rialmo on a no-pay status for a 2015 fatal shooting that was deemed unjustified by the board—but was ruled justified by Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson," reports Fox News.

The demonstration was praised by President Donald Trump, who tweeted: "Chicago Police have every right to legally protest against the mayor and an administration that just won’t let them do their job. The killings are at a record pace and tough police work, which Chicago will not allow, would bring things back to order fast…the killings must stop."

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