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Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser CAUGHT In The Nightclub After Primary Win . . . TURNING UP!! (Video)

The mayor of Washington DC is happy to host her party, Media Take Out has confirmed. She was spotted at a local DMV nightclub just hours after winning her main win in the nation’s capital.

Last week, Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser won the Democratic primary – defeating a progressive rival and virtually guaranteeing she will win a third straight term to lead a city riddled with inequality, crime and concerns faced in terms of public safety.

After the win, she headed to the club – to show up on Jay Z. A voter took video of the mayor showing up at the club.

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But while Mayor Bowser danced the night away, the city of Washington DC faces its worst violent crime wave in decades.

Homicides in Washington have risen for four straight years, and the 2021 homicide tally of 227 was the highest mark since 2003. In January, a DC Council candidate, Nate Fleming, was mugged at gunpoint.

In five cities, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Baltimore, Milwaukee and Atlanta, homicide numbers as of 2021 have surpassed their mark halfway this year.

The numbers continue a trend that has plagued the country since 2020, when U.S. homicides increased nearly 30% compared to 2019. That trend has continued over the past year, with Council on Criminal Justice statistics showing that county-wide homicides increased by 5% in 2021 from 2020.

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