October 3, 2022

Bill de Blasio holds a painting party as New York City crime skyrockets

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with his wife Chirlane McCray, race-baiter Al Sharpton, and BLM protestors spent Thursday painting the name of the Marxist organization, Black Lives Matter, on 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower.

But as de Blasio prioritizes virtue-signaling to the radical left, his city is rapidly declining. Crime is rising and his police force is demoralized.

BLM, with the support of de Blasio, continues to call for defunding of the NYPD even as crime increases at a record pace. NYC voted in a $1 billion dollar budget cut for them, eliminating over 1,100 new recruits. Over 500 NYPD officers have applied for retirement since May 25, the day George Floyd died.

The NYPD made fewer arrests in the last month while shootings, murder, and burglary increased. 600 plainclothes policemen were reassigned. Because of bail reform, criminals are released back into the community as fast as they are arrested. Crime is escalating in NYC — But de Blasio’s priorities clearly lie elsewhere. Shootings increased 130% over June 2019 and people are being shot down in broad daylight like this man in The Bronx.

President Trump did not ignore the actions of the mayor or the message of BLM. He criticized the painting of 5th Avenue and pointed out that the mayor should be dealing with the real problems in New York City:

NYC is cutting Police $’s by ONE BILLION DOLLARS, and yet the @NYCMayor is going to paint a big, expensive, yellow Black Lives Matter sign on Fifth Avenue, denigrating this luxury Avenue.”

Violence has followed the BLM protests throughout the city, but de Blasio thinks it is more important for BLM to gather to protest than for New Yorkers to be able to leave their houses. Major news outlets report that the protests have not led to higher coronavirus infection rates, but de Blasio believes that all other gatherings will.

The NYPD is sponsoring a change.org petition to impeach Bill de Blasio. So far about 150,000 have signed the petition.

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