VIRAL MEMES COMPARE LORI LIGHTFOOT TO BEETLEJUICE
Different users across different social media platforms including Twitter have begun resharing old memes of Lori Lightfoot, comparing her to a titular character from the 1988 film Beetlejuice.
Originally, the memes surfaced during Lightfoot’s first term as mayor as an almost wholesome response and city-wide joke in appreciation of her wonderful leadership.
However, the memes have since turned bad, with the Beetlejuice nickname drawing comparisons to the politician’s appearance and the infamous Tim Burton character.
The nickname has provoked a mixed response in the internet, with the reference being used in various tweets criticizing the Chicago Mayor.
MS. LIGHTFOOT CONCEDES
The Chicago Mayor lost her bid for re-election after a difficult campaign according to the BBC. She conceded defeat on Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
Lightfoot could not gain enough votes to move on to the run-off election. This ends her historic run as Chicago city’s first black woman and openly gay mayor. She is the first person in 40 years to lose a bid for re-election.
She was one of nine Democrat candidates in the first round of the election. Two challengers advanced to a run-off in April 2023, Cook County commissioner Brandon Johnson and Paul Vallas, a former superintendent of Chicago schools.
Her recent loss wasn’t enough, harsh memes of Lori Lightfoot are circulating the internet as the Chicago mayor is compared to Beetlejuice.
Known for her tough-talking, no-nonsense approach to politics, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is the talk of the internet for more than one reason.
Recently, Lightfoot has been strugglingupfor re-election as the city’s mayor with a difficult campaign. Her first term in the position saw Lightfoot deal with hard challenges during the pandemic. Whilst campaigning for her second term, the mayor came under scrutiny for her failed attempt to keep the city’s crime rate down.
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