Chicago cops turn their backs to Mayor Lightfoot at hospital after two officers shot

Reports say that more than twenty-eight Chicago police officers turned their backs on Saturday when Mayor Lori Lightfoot greeted them at the hospital, where one officer is still in critical condition.Ella French from Chicago was killed and wounded in a traffic stop on Saturday night. Her partner is fighting for her life at the University of Chicago. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Lightfoot arrived at the hospital around midnight Saturday and was met by 30 officers who turned their backs when she approached them on 7th floor.BROTHER OF SAIN CHICAGO OFFICER TALKS OUT AFTER DEADLY HOOOTING: "GOD TOOK THE Wrong KID"According to a source, the event looked choreographed.Sources told the Sun-Times that the father of the male officers, a Chicago cop retired, gave the mayor a lot of trouble when she tried talking to him. He reportedly blamed her, but she reportedly remained calm while being attentive.Fox News received a statement from the mayor's press office stating that emotions can run high in times of tragedy and that this is to be expected.The statement stated that the Mayor had spoken to many officers on the tragic night and felt the overwhelming sentiment was one of concern for their fallen colleagues. The Mayor said yesterday that now is not the right time to use divisive, toxic rhetoric or reportage. It is time to unite as a city. There is a common enemy. It is the conditions that encourage violence and violence-related manifestations, such as illegal guns and gangs. The Mayor is determined to heal the wounds. He will reject any attempt to create division in our city.Over the weekend, Chicago saw dozens of shooting incidents that left 13 people dead and 73 others injured.Statistics show that the Chicago Police Department witnessed 54 shooting incidents between Friday, 6 p.m., and Sunday midnight.Continue the storyChicago Police Department Suprem. David Brown stated Sunday that French, her partner, and another officer were shot at after approaching a vehicle with three people during a West Englewood traffic stop on Saturday. Three suspects are currently being held by police.Lightfoot declared Sunday to be a day for mourning and asked that all flags be flown at half-staff. She had previously stated that she was addressing critics about her treatment of police and urged them to "just stop."CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPSome people say that we don't do enough for police officers and that we keep them from performing their duties. Lightfoot stated that there are other people who believe we do too much for police officers and that they never hold them responsible for their actions, especially in Black and Brown neighborhoods. All of this is why I urge you to stop. Stop. We don't need constant strife at this time. We must continue our journey towards constitutional and accountable police. This cannot be debated at this time."Lightfoot ended her statement by asking Chicagoans to say "thank you" to police officers when they see them in public. She added, "We owe these cops a debt that we will never be able truly repay."