NYPD Feels “Thrown Under The Bus” By Mayor De Blasio Calling Them Generationally Racist Oppressors Comfortable Killing Black People…

Gee, ya think?   After watching yesterday’s Bill de Blasio press conference most people were left wondering why the Mayor just doesn’t fire all the cops and sub-contract law enforcement to the New Black Panther Party.  The Mayor’s rhetoric was so riddled with hatred toward the police it was quite stunning.

NEW YORK — The head of New York City’s police union said officers felt “thrown under the bus” by Mayor Bill de Blasio following a Staten Island grand jury’s decision not to indict an officer in the death of Eric Garner, CBS New York station WCBS-TV reports.


Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said the mayor needs to do more to support New York City cops.

What police officers felt yesterday after that press conference is that they were thrown under the bus,” Lynch told reporters Thursday. “That they were out there doing a difficult job in the middle of the night, protecting the rights of those to protest, protecting our sons and daughters and the mayor was behind microphones like this throwing them under the bus.”

Lynch was responding to de Blasio’s speech Wednesday after the grand jury declined to charge Officer Daniel Pantaleo in Garner’s death.

The mayor said he and his wife, Chirlane, have had to have painful conversations with their teenage son, Dante, about “how to take special care with any encounter he may have with police officers.”

“I’ve had to worry over the years, Chirlane has had to worry: Is Dante safe each night?” de Blasio said Wednesday. “And not just from some of the painful realities of crime and violence in some of our neighborhoods but safe from the very people they want to have faith in as their protectors.”

Lynch slammed the mayor’s comments, saying “our city is safe because of police officers” and said New Yorkers should be afraid of the criminals, not the police.

“He spoke about, ‘we have to teach our children that their interaction with the police and that they should be afraid of New York City police officers.’ That’s not true,” Lynch said. “We have to teach our children, our sons and our daughters, no matter what they look like, to respect New York City police officers, teach them to comply with New York City police officers even if they think it’s unjust.” (read more)

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77 Responses to NYPD Feels “Thrown Under The Bus” By Mayor De Blasio Calling Them Generationally Racist Oppressors Comfortable Killing Black People…

  1. Chip Bennett says:

    Elections have consequences.

    Liked by 4 people

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Let’s see. Discussion between DeBlasio and his son. “Son, when you are out there and do something illegal and stupid and the police try to arrest you, be sure to tell them you are my son.”

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.


  5. Rachelle says:

    The Democrats and Progressives seem hell bent on never getting another law enforcement officer to vote for them. Can they win elections with only blacks and dead people voting for them? Maybe, Maybe.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. doodahdaze says:

    Communist Mayor v. White People and the Police.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Attorney says:

    Crazy wacko. I guess he thinks he can get more votes from NYC minorities than cops.

    I would be curious as to whether the NYC police union supported this imbecile in his election.


  8. TexasRanger says:

    New York City’s Mayor Bill De-Blasio needs a talking to about Police just like Obama got from Jack Webb……….

    Liked by 1 person

  9. doodahdaze says:

    As the Clown News Network digs its hole deeper and deeper. Fighting with MSBGI for the last few communist listners.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Dean says:

    Things will change somewhat when a judge allows the GJ testimony to be unsealed.


  11. That’s why Sharpton is his co-Mayor – to get the black vote. The whites didn’t even bother voting last election and this is what they got. DeBlasio is a black, racist, progressive in a white man’s skin.

    OMG – the Republicans better come up with an appropriate candidate and kick DeBlasio the he!! out of office. He’s a skeery racist.

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  12. kinthenorthwest says:

    From a Forum Friend
    The Actual Facts of The Eric Garner Case
    The autopsy from the medical examiner attributed his death to homicide – meaning death at the hands of another party, not murder, in medical parlance – and stated that he died thanks to “Compression of neck (choke hold), compression of chest and prone positioning during physical restraint by police.” But the autopsy further noted that Garner died thanks to acute and chronic bronchial asthma, obesity, and heart disease.


  13. booger71 says:

    The Communist Mayor gave the police commissioner an order in Jan 2014 to crack down on the guys on the street selling the loosies. No more written citations, he wanted them arrested. His revenue was suffering.


  14. Madmax says:

    De blah blah blah blah sio.
    More diarrhea of the mouth.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. agent provocateur says:

    Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.


  16. timmihendrix says:

    All I can think about these last few weeks is how can every cop in every major city find the courage? (Maybe ignorance is more suited?) to perform their duties. I’m baffled and Obama & co. are overjoyed. Check another box on the list.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. bullnuke says:

    Sick of this crap being shoveled by liberals. This country is truly inhabited and ruled by idiots and fools.
    To say the country is upside down is an understatement. This past election had better produce the change the people have demanded.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. libby says:

    Nyc real estate is propped on the highest pedastal.
    Not solely from domestic buyers.
    Oh noze.
    Who gonna want a $20 million dollar penthouse when you cant take your kid to see them light the Christmas tree in public safely?
    Limo liberal Mecca.
    Used to be a liberal hellhole, maybe they can return it to its former anarchic state where its unsafe to walk the streets

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  19. Turtles Boat says:

    Boy, how does the memory fail. When I moved to this city in the 80’s it was a shit hole. Guiliani turned it around with a great police force. Guess it’s time for the pendulum to swing back.


  20. TexasRanger says:

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Eric Garner case:

    ‘When I was a US attorney I used to really, really dislike when politicians, who didn’t know a 10th of what the prosecutors and a grand jury knew, would 2nd guess their work, based purely for political reasons or an act of ignorance.

    I’m not going to 2nd guess that work’ – statement


  21. SAFVet says:

    Top post at Ace of Spades titled: Eric Garner’s Arrest Overseen by Female Black Sergeant “, by Ace…. Interesting…seems there were two black sergeants supervising the arrest….


    • SAFVet says:

      Here’s a link to the article referenced by Ace….sorry for the SPAM…


    • And she should lose her job.

      Garner was a loser but this was definitely excessive use of force.


      • Col.(R)Ken says:

        No, I disagree, he was asked, He resisted, opened his mouth. What he should have done, was turned arounded, cuffed, in the car, and he would have been back on the corner in a couple of hours.
        How many of Rodney Kings friends in the car with him were beaten like Rodney? Answer: none, he was the only one who resisted and was beaten due to his drug high.
        Have you ever heard of Probable cause, false arrest, ect,ect,


      • Worc1 says:

        No it wasn’t excessive force. If Garner didn’t resist the police they, wouldn’t have needed to take him down to the ground. Are the police supposed to debate someone who doesn’t want to be arrested? Most PO’s are shot with their own weapon while trying to place cuffs on a resisting subject. Garner was larger than Mike Brown and they have no idea what a resisting person will do to get away. A resisting person is a threat to a police officers safety and I wish people could see that.


        • I agree – except that, once the perp said couldn’t breathe many times, there were several cops restraining him and the force remained excessive.


        • moogey says:

          I posted on another conservative site that what I witnessed in the video was a man resisting arrest. IMO it was at that point, the consequences belonged to Mr. Garner & Mr. Garner alone. I was called a “blood thirsty loon” and a “monster”. It is against the law to resist arrest. The media should be trumpeting this across the country.


      • art tart says:

        I agree, it was excessive use of force for a victim less crime for a suspect they all knew. 10 cops on the scene for an obese black man that couldn’t run 10 feet due to the swelling in his ankles & there was no possible chance he would try to escape.

        Looks like Panatello may lose his job as he should imo.


        • Chip Bennett says:

          First, resisting arrest is not a victimless crime*. It is unlawful use of force.

          Second, apparently, those police were at the scene not to bust the cigarette black market, but rather because of a fight that had just taken place – based on the initial verbal exchange.

          • For thoroughness: selling single cigs is also not a victimless crime. He was denying business to lawful cigarette vendors by selling ilicit tax-free single cigarettes.


        • nimrodman says:

          “… excessive use of force for a victimless crime”

          This is a false premise. I highly doubt that when police make a decision to arrest – and when their attempt to make that arrest is resisted – that they “calibrate” their degree of force depending on which particular statute has been violated.

          As others have pointed out here, police sometimes get killed if they don’t quickly and surely subdue a suspect they’re attempting to arrest.

          I don’t have any first-hand insight into police practices, but I suspect that when the decision to arrest is made, it’s “game on.” PARTICULARLY if the arrest is being resisted. And in this case, being resisted belligerently.

          On TV news I keep seeing the same short video clip that starts with Garner flailing his hands a bit to avoid them being grabbed by police. There’s more video that’s not shown. Earlier, he shouts “This ends here”, meaning he will not allow himself to be arrested. He not only resisted by flailing his hands away, he announced his intent to resist in a loud, belligerent way. Police were dealing not only with a resistor, but a belligerent one. Garner escalated the situation, police likely escalated their degree of response as a result.


          “Yet another arrest was under way when, suddenly, Garner balked. “This ends here,” he shouted — as it turned out, tragically prophetic words — as he began struggling with the arresting officer.


      • chitownmom says:

        From a police blog here in Chicago (Second City Cop)

        The bottom line – if you don’t want cops enforcing the law, then stop passing laws and telling the police to enforce them. When arrested, you don’t get to resist arrest. Period. The law says so. You resist, there are rules in place to overcome your resistance. You are not a “jury of one” deciding what laws apply to you. Cops are authorized by the duly elected authority to overcome resistance.


  22. Eternal Light says:

    If you really want to know who Bill De Blasio and his friends are, I recommend checking out these videos from America’s Survival TV:

    De Blasio and the Clinton Terror Pardons by Joseph Connor – YouTube:

    Red Star Rising Over NY? – America’s Survival TV on Roku – YouTube:

    Pamela Geller on Bill de Blasio and the terror threats against New York City. – YouTube:

    Cliff Kincaid: The Media cover-up of Bill de Blasio’s terrorist and Muslim sympathies – YouTube:

    The shutdown, Muslims for de Blasio, Seymour Hersh wakes up – YouTube:

    Trevor Loudon: “A perfect storm is brewing” for New York City. “People will die.” – YouTube:

    Communist Revolution, Here and Abroad – YouTube:


  23. NY Times reporting that Garner had to leave his “job” as a “hortoculturist” with the NYC Parks Dept because of his medical issues.

    HAHA! They’re trying to make him sound like a real civil service employee. GMAB!

    However, it appears they failed to report that his “job” was mandated by the city – a program called “Welfare to Work” – meaning he had to work for his welfare check. Apparently he got out of it because of his asthma and other issues.


  24. StandYourGround says:

    The NYPD is out of control. They can cry all they want, but they know their officer used unnecessary excessive force. The cop murdered that man, and the cop and other cops like him need to pay for their crimes.


    • art tart says:

      I hate to listen to the President of the Police Union speak, he was the one that started the lie that “Eric Garner died of a heart attack” to try to tamp down the viral video. Of course, the Police Union didn’t do an autopsy//the Medical Examiners findings hadn’t been released so the Union President just lied. The Medical Examiner’s Autopsy report proved him to be a liar so he finally shut up.

      What remains to be seen is if the Union Attorney’s can save Panatelo’s job since Chief Bratton said “he may not return to duty.”


  25. Worc1 says:

    I’d like to see this disgraceful excuse for a leader, patrol Harlem or the Bronx for a night. Everyone keeps saying the police should have stopped trying to place the cuffs on him when he said he couldn’t breath. That’ll just get more cops killed. If Garner didn’t resist he’d be alive today. When a cop tells someone they are under arrest, their first priority is placing handcuffs on the subject as fast as possible to reduce anyone from getting hurt. I am sure the police hear ” I can’t breath” or some other complaint quite a lot from those that resist arrest. If people don’t want to get hurt by the police don’t break the law and if you do and get caught don’t resist.

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  26. I deeply despise this mayor as well as all the demagogues, in politics and the media, who would claim that this very unfortunate event is a “symbol” of this or a “root cause” of that.

    Nevertheless, as it relates to this specific case and this specific individual, I strongly feel that, much unlike the Ferguson hoax, this is a case of unjustified, abusive police brutality. This is even before considering whether the death was solely caused by the police or it was a combination of factors. If there’s revelatory information to convince me of the contrary, I haven’t seen it yet. The demagoguery and the political foul play made possible by this incident are another subject altogether, of course.


  27. coeurdaleneman says:

    Put Garner’s resisting arrest aside, and the aftermath.

    It bugs me to no end to read so-called conservatives arguing that Eric Garner’s petty dealings were unimportant, and should have been winked at. Or given a polite remonstration, or whatever.

    In that vein, then every instance of grafitti, each single broken window, jaywalking, open drug dealing, streetwalking, panhandling, squeegee biz, urination by itself should be tolerated by urban police forces, I guess. Let cities degrade one act at a time. Let belligerent pieces of garbage like Eric Garner operate with impunity. Because we know that it all adds to the quilt of diversity and edgy ambience that everyone craves.

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    • Well, of course we could invoke the dystopia where a “perfect” order would be maintained through death sentences being passed on for jaywalking, smoking unapproved cigarettes and singing forbidden songs. It would be equally justified, in terms of reductio ad absurdum.

      Of course, there is a hard-to-define medium. Eric Garner wasn’t my kind of guy, but he was a human being with at most a petty record, not a candidate to summary justice, at least in the American way. I also don’t see him as “garbage”, but a flawed human being who did little to deserve what he got.

      My race-blind test is pretty simple:

      would I think Michael Brown was an innocent victim of police brutality, were he white? Answer: no. Somebody who behaved the way did asked for it, no matter his skin color.

      also, would I think it justified if a white person of Eric Garner’s degree of culpability and accumulation of errors in life would have benefitted from Officer Pantaleo’s and his colleagues’ “treatment”? Emphatically so, no.

      Police officers reacting to real threats with justified (legally and morally) firmness deserve of my support. In my opinion, Garner being (at “best”) man-slaughtered does not qualify. I would rather have an illegal cigarette being sold on the streets, if those were really the only two choices, which they aren’t.


    • justice099 says:

      Really, it is pretty simple. A conservative obeys the laws, but a conservative believes in limited laws not more laws. Liberals believe in more laws and government power.

      Arresting people for selling untaxed cigarette sales is following the law, but that law is a liberal law.

      “Don’t tread on me” and egalitarian usually drives most conservatives. Meaning do whatever you want as long as it does not impose on others’ rights. That results in simple and clear laws.

      How is the selling of untaxed cigarettes infringing on any one else’s rights or harming others?

      It’s very simple. These are democratic thugs laws.


  28. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    De Blasio is just a two bit punk; probably just an average progressive in other words!


  29. TexasRanger says:

    New Jersey!

    Here’s the type of thug police have to track down, confront and deal with every day.

    And, here’s what happens when police aren’t around.

    It’s a home invasion against a defenseless mother and her small child.

    He’s just an ordinary black man that police are profiling and abusing when they attempt to track him down and arrest him.

    How will these protesters handle it when this type of thug comes to invade their or their loved ones home!

    Racism – All these Blacks need to be treated humanly with kindness, tenderness and respect! And, Obama – Holder will see to it!


  30. Ellie says:

    Mr. DiBlasio is a very shortsighted and foolish man. The Mayor of New York City really does NOT want to throw the NYPD under the bus. He really, really, really doesn’t want to do that. Really.


  31. whodoneit says:

    And just what would DiBlasio do without his “tax revenue cops”? This moron is so full of hot air, he’ll be seen floating above the city in no time.


  32. bruce lorraine says:

    I think a 24 hour strike by NY cops would be just the ticket. Let DeBlasio and the rest of the lefty assclowns protect the city for a day and see what it’s like. This may be illegal in NYC, but so what. It’s not like our politicians obey the laws.


  33. justice099 says:

    This may ultimately lead to the demise of the Democratic party. They have purposefully created an echo chamber to keep everyone on talking points. They have convinced people not to read/listen to any alternate opinion and to regard them as lying and unreliable.

    This has created a hubris among them that causes them to think that the whole world is on their side and agrees with them. This causes them to say and do things with great confidence in the sunlight for all to see. And the majority is horrified by what they see. But the dems are still in their echo chamber and do not see how horrified real people are, so they continue.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Like you, I believe this is true, and we can hope hard that it is. We can help it along through conversations with family, friends, and neighbors.


  34. Murse says:

    Prediction, many officers will be reluctant to put their lives on the line for a hostile city government. Especially in the black sections as they have now been labeled out-of-control racists. As such, I wouldn’t either.


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