Mayor Rudy Giuliani Discusses Ongoing New York City Crime Wave….

Former New York Mayor and ongoing lawyer for President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss current political events, and specifically the ongoing increase in crime within New York City.

As the former mayor outlines, the massive increase in crime is directly related to policies now enacted by current Mayor Bill deBlasio. Police are being constrained from law enforcement, and the criminal elements are taking advantage.

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178 Responses to Mayor Rudy Giuliani Discusses Ongoing New York City Crime Wave….

  1. DeWalt says:

    This kinda goes along with it.

    Liked by 10 people

  2. WSB says:

    So sorry the hard work is now in ruins. Thank you, Rudy, for allowing us a wonderful decade of living in what was a fine city.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      It was ok through Rudy and Bloomberg. As soon as deBlasio came in it started going downhill. I can only really refer to Manhattan as I’m never really in the other boroughs.

      deBlasio is wrecking it by design. If he didn’t want to, he could just let the city run on autopilot and it’d be much better off.

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      • WSB says:

        Which is what Bloomberg did.

        Liked by 7 people

      • What did anyone expect from an avowed Communist?
        He is intentionally destroying our Constitutional Republic right before our very eyes.
        And who in NYC is challenging him? Where are the people?

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      • J Gottfred says:

        Rudy was on a talk show saying that Coumo could remove deBlasio unilaterally. If true it should happen post haste!

        Section 33 of the Public Officers Law, which deals with creating and filling vacancies, provides very broad removal powers to the governor. Specifically, it states he may remove “the chief executive officer of every city and the chief or commissioner of police, commissioner or director of public safety or other chief executive officer of the police force by whatever title he may be designated.” And the chief executive officer of New York City is its mayor, Bill de Blasio.

        https://www.distractify.com/p/can-cuomo-fire-deblasio

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        • I am not sure that will happen until Cuomo feels the pinch from less tax revenues as the people leave the state. And I think it will have to be a large pinch as Dems seem to protect each other at the cost of Constituents.

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          • cofvevern says:

            Cuomo is just as bad as DeBlasio/Wilhelm. He was in charge of Covid for his State and ordered nursing homes to admit the infected patients. Cuomo also has let the Marxists take over NY State, let prisoners out of jail, supported “no bail” laws for criminals… He and DeBlasio have run the State and NYC into the ground.

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        • skip says:

          The Mayor and Governor should both be up on charges. The Governor for murder.

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        • GenEarly says:

          The Mayor is a lightning rod for the gubernator. Both 2 marxist maggots in a rotten apple.

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      WSB,

      Please do not forget Mayor Ed Koch, who was a centrist Democrat (that took on the unions), but a very good mayor. He turned the city around from some really, really, really bad times.

      Also, we can all call out the Cuomo (mob) family for nearly making sure that Mayor Koch was not elected with their homophobic rants.

      And yes, I am very thankful for Mayor Giuliani for all of his efforts.

      Best,
      Simple Citizen

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      • WSB says:

        Koch never turned the city around. He was a terrible mayor. He used to come into 515 Madison all the time, my office building. I believe one of the unions was in that building.

        No, the city was a mess. Believe me.

        I had lived though Beam up to Bloomberg. The only good mayor was Giuliani.

        I remember going to the first Lethal Weapon movie in ’87. Bullet holes in the screen in a Times Square movie theater. Was a bit afraid to go into the theater. And soon knew why.

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        • Simple Citizen says:

          WSB,

          Respectfully, I lived through the period as well, although (humbly) younger than you by the sounds of things. Mayor Koch took a bankrupt city that had been ravaged by the mismanagement of a Democratic machine, that he was no part of, and began the process of making the streets safer (as a whole – the Time Square project was years off from the time Lethal Weapon was released; it was in the planning, but the money was not there) and helping the city to become more interesting for investment once more.

          Although POTUS and Mayor Koch did not always get along (after all Mr. Fred Trump Senior was a friend of Mayor Beame), they respected each other. Certainly the Trump Tower deal, the Grand Central deal and many of the changes to the New York skyline that is still present today could not have happened without Mayor Koch.

          What I will agree with you on is the Prosecutor Giuliani was a huge part of this sea change, and really did help clean up the streets in support of Mayor Koch’s effort.

          As for the unions, I would (respectfully) ask you to please recall the transit strike:

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1980_New_York_City_transit_strike

          So, I appreciate your response, respect you 110% and would just ask that we agree to disagree.

          Best,
          Simple Citizen

          P.S. That Lethal Weapon showing in Times Square was probably the 3D version of the movie. = )

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Three of my girlfriends and I flew to NYC for a two day short vacation about 25 years ago. It was truly beautiful, we stayed at the Drake Hotel, took in many sights that most tourists do.What struck us was the tall buildings, the traffic and the oh so high end shops that we could only look at and not shop. It was a very memorable trip,we felt totally safe. I would never feel a need to visit it again soon. It was strange we flew Toronto JFK but returned from Newark back to Toronto. God Bless the good people that live there.

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    • GB Bari says:

      My wife and I were regular visitors to NYC throughout the 90s and twice in the early 2000s. I have been there few times in late 50s and early 60s. Once in 70s, twice in the 80s. Never had problems.

      In the 90s, we Always stayed at the Renaissance on 7th Ave at Times Square. Went to all the popular shows, had a handful of favorite restaurants. Strolled around Times Square and off fa block or so East or west. No peep shows or panhandling at all. Families with kids on weekends. Big crowds, but lots of security guards ….every 100 feet or so. Probably visited there 7 or 8 times in that decade.

      We went a few times after 911. Last time we were there was maybe 2007. Something had changed. Didn’t feel as secure or welcoming. Can’t explain it. We never went back.

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    • readyandable1 says:

      I lived on 80th and Madison right off the park entrance (and caddy-cornered to Mr. Bloomberg’s personal mansion– got really lucky finding a 4th floor walk-up studio there) for a glorious 9 years. It truly was the best of times in NYC. We left in Blasio’s start of the 2nd year, never to return and now live far, far away in beautiful South Carolina. I cherish those years created by Rudy- it was a magnificent, sane place for a time. I caught the best of those years. Thank you, Rudy.

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  3. freepetta says:

    I love ❤️ Rudy. I would never marry him he’s very socially liberal, but he’s conservative politically and law and order.👩🏻

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  4. WSB says:

    So sorry the hard work is now in ruins. Thank you, Rudy, for allowing us a wonderful decade of living in what was a fine city

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  5. freepetta says:

    I love Rudy, he’s not socially conservative, but politically and in reference to law enforcement he’s the best!!

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  6. Patriot1783 says:

    The silence from Bloomberg is deafening.
    The first start for recovery, Cuomo needs to fire Deblasio or NYC can forget about ever attempting to come back to once it was under Giuliani.

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  7. sunnydaze says:

    NYC today!

    Liked by 21 people

    • Robin Ruprecht says:

      How nice to see a crowd of people not destroying anything. No objects being thrown or buildings set on fire!! A safe place to bring your children to. A stark contrast to most of the gatherings we’ve witnessed this summer.

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  8. sunnydaze says:

    Didn’t even know there was a rally today. Great! #TurnNYRed

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  9. riverelf says:

    I remember visiting NYC when Rudy Giuliani was the Mayor. First time ever to an actual big city, had a great time.

    Main memory: the cops on the street were huge. Literally looked like giants to me.

    Felt completely safe on the street with those enormous cops walking the beat.

    Thanks for what you did to NYC, Mayor Giuliani. Blueprint for the future, I hope.

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  10. gingergal says:

    Mayors and other officials ruining their cities get in with less than 20% voter turnout.

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  11. WSB says:

    PS In 1985 I walked around a dead man on 18th between 5th and 6th on my way to work one morning. Not a great area during the pre-Giuliani era.

    Half on the sidewalk, half on the street, with a fifth in his hand.

    Knew he was dead. Too afraid to touch him.

    Beelined it up to the office, called 911. They came and took him away.

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    • wondering999 says:

      In 1977-78, in the morning on my way to work, I walked past a “residential hotel” on West 92nd Street (that later burnt and was converted into a condominium). There was blood all over the sidewalk, a big nasty mess of blood.

      A man sitting on the stoop, seeing the shock on my face, volunteered “Yeah, somebody stabbed somebody… immature people… he was jealous”

      In 1991? (around then) on West 91st Street near Central Park, again — blood all over the sidewalk. I went inside the nearby church/school building where a dance class was scheduled. Woman leading the class said, yes, it was a middle school boy attacked by a gang of other boys who hit him over the head with a brick. She called for the ambulance. Don’t know if the child survived, or not, or if he had brain injury and headaches from then on out. Prayers for him wherever he is. AND at a school meeting inside that boy’s middle school (Joan of Arc) some clueless teacher guy commented that people in the neighborhood didn’t want to send their children to Joan of Arc Public Middle School, because they were RACIST. Never occurred to this poor fool that parents don’t want to send their children into a place where they will be abused, brain injured and possibly killed

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Even in good times, there are areas of the city and times where you should not be. Example is Jennifer Moore, NJ club kid that met that fate coming out of a Chelsea club. In a non-covid world every weekend has NJ cars backed up to get into the city.

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      No neighborhood is fixed “overnight”, and Chelsea was really rough in those days.

      In 88 or 89, a penthouse occupant, who lived 5 floors above us, jumped from her balcony at 300 Mercer Street.

      She was depressed due to her husband’s infidelity, did a bunch of blow, drank a lot of hard liquor and then took the plunge. It was an absolute mess, but let me just say that this type of suicide could happen anywhere in the United States, at any time.

      NYC was tough, but not all of the deaths were particularly unique or even very special in how they occurred (losing any life is special; the manner may not be).

      Best…

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  12. Кomrade Яetslag says:

    “New York, New York”
    Frank Sinatra sang “New York, New York,” and provided a very admiring picture of that city. “Greatest city in the whole world,” he sang. New York indeed was the place where many wanted to be the “King of the hill, top of the heap . . .” Or, “If I can make it there, I can make it anywhere,” implying that New York was the most competent, thriving, and happy place on earth. A utopia?

    No. Absolutely not in any way. New York has become just like all other big cities run by Democrats, an “Urban Hellhole.” The tax burden of New Yorkers alone is enough to cause many notables, like President Trump, and Rush Limbaugh to move out.

    I wonder if Sinatra would want to “be a part of it” now, with Mayor DeBlasio’s failures to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic. The spread of the virus in the subways and placing infected patients in nursing homes, are two poignant examples.

    Or take for instance DeBlasio’s early failure to deploy the police in a timely manner to control Antifa and BLM looting and destruction.Or his cutting the NYPD budget by a billion dollars

    Would Sinatra’s “vagabond shoes” now “long to stray – right through the very heart of it” – now, with Macy’s destroyed, and Sak’s 5th Ave wrapped in concertina wire, and Broadway shut down?

    I guess if he were in New York today, Sinatra would truly want to “never sleep,” because if he did, he would probably get robbed. . . .

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    • Rodney Plonker says:

      “Start spreading the fake news..”

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Remember when NYC was harassing Trump for his Trump tower stays because of security and traffic interrupting the businesses in the area?

      Lol don’t have to worry about interrupting smashed and looted luxury stores now!

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      • MaineCoon says:

        The mayor actually complained about it! So he stopped going to his home in NYC….probably one of the reasons he moved his residency. gotta say his timing was good!!!

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      Sorry, I would have to opine that DeBlasio would already be in the river if we were speaking of Sinatra and his associates.

      Best…

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  13. citizen817 says:

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  14. Donna in Oregon says:

    We should look into this:

    Deport Radical Billionaire George Soros NOW

    International financier George Soros is pouring billions into radical causes across the globe – including efforts to destabilize both America and Israel. He’s seemingly beyond the reach of the law, yet there’s something critically important you and I can do NOW to hold him accountable. See below. -Mat

    https://www.cidisrael.org/details/20200610deport-radical-billionaire-george-soros-now

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  15. Donna in Oregon says:

    Is this true? Any legal minds feel free to respond:

    Here’s how we can deport Soros from America’s shores…

    Under a U.S. law known as the Holtzman Amendment, Nazi collaborators are barred from residence or entry into the United States. Over the years, the Holtzman Amendment has been successfully used to deport several Nazi collaborators who, like George Soros, lied about their Nazi past when seeking entry into the U.S.

    That is why I’m asking you to join me today in urging President Trump and Attorney General William Barr to apply the law and deport Soros.

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    • frances says:

      I signed it although I am not a fan of Israel by a long shot. And why not just arrest Soros and turn him over to the govt of Hungary who have an arrest warrant out for him. Send his son along too for good measure, he is equally complicit and Dad is using him to run his funding to Antifa.

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    • PinotNoir says:

      @ Donna Also despise Soros. He is 89-90. So born in 1930-31. Perhaps 14 when the war ended. Not much a collaboration case. On the flip side he is getting a lot of protection to a) physically survive this long b) not be indicted for all manner of financial and organizational violations. Would not be surprised to find his offspring involved in the same activities. Hungarians would certainly like to get a hold of him.

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      • RedDawn says:

        It’s been reported his kids are every bit as militant as he is and are actively involved in GS organizations.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Maybe, but how did he get the money to invest in the markets? Did anyone ever investigate how he came to the USA with money?

        I’ve seen him talk about cleaning out the Jewish homes after the Nazi’s put them on the trains. It is common knowledge.

        So did Soros create his empire off the stolen property of the Jews? Yes, that would actionable regardless of his age (14) at the time if he used it for personal gain as an adult

        “Billionaire George Soros has a long history of using and even creating trouble to enrich himself. From his early beginnings as an admitted and “happy” (his own description) 14-year old helping to confiscate property from his fellow Jews… ”

        So if his fortune was acquired he owes a lot of money. So this would effect his kiddos too.

        I think it is worth investigating. Just my opinion.

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    • Whistling_Past says:

      Deportation won’t stop Soros’ evil designs on our country and way of life.
      It doesn’t matter where in the world he operates from, when it’s his money implementing the agenda.
      There is only one way to stop Soros.
      But who will bell the cat?

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      • powderdayrules says:

        You also have to take out his spawn to get the darwin award…

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      • Rileytrips says:

        The best way would be if they could show proof he is funding seditious activities throughout America with all the NGO’s that his Open Society funds, freeze all his financial assets, and put his butt in jail.

        He is also choosing county district attorneys that share his goals of taking down our country – he heavily funds their election campaigns in those local elections, thus disenfranchising the resident voters. He put in the St. Louis DA, the Chicago DA, I believe the NYC DA, etc…

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        President Putin has a warrant out for him as well, said he would not judge him, but would send him to the One that will judge him.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Frankly, if deported he can continue to do a lot of damage.

      If you come up with a solution with more finality to it, for $oro$, let me know. How apprpriate he should experience a final solution, like hang him for fomenting sedition,…

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  16. emet says:

    By the way, the BLM lettering on the street is not a mural. A mural must be, by definition, on a wall or ceiling. So if it is defaced (as in Martinez) it cannot suddenly become something it is not. Also, I would bet that a city needs to have approval from their state Dept of Transportation before putting lettering on a street, that might be confused with traffic control lines or signage.

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  17. Bec74 says:

    DeBlasio is a disgrace. You could see the changes in the city almost immediately after he was elected to his first term. It started accelerating after he allowed people to use the streets as public restrooms and he stopped the prosecutions of turnstiles jumpers. He allowed homeless encampments all over Manhattan. At one point near Penn Station you could walk along 34th street between 7th and 8th and you’d be in the homeless “tent city”. People were engaging in lurid acts in public places. Drug dealing now goes on in plain sight on the streets. The decay of NYC has been happening for years. But, it really accelerated after the bail law that let all the criminals back out on the streets. These last few weeks have caught the nation’s attention to show what a feckless and incompetent fool we have in charge of NYC. Everyone here hates him. He treats the NYPD like crap. He’s allowed mobs to vandalize historic buildings downtown. He is directly responsible for supporting the rioting, looting and arson that happened in NYC last month. The NYPD get attacked daily now. Shootings are through the roof. People I work with are afraid to use public transport. I refuse to use it because I don’t want to get robbed. The NYPD near my office have blocked off an entire block in order to protect the precinct. DeBlasio should be fired by the governor and run out of the city.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Problem is that Cuomo should also be fired
      But is Cuomo able to fire DiBlasio? Does a governor have that authority? Don’t think so —

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      • Bec74 says:

        Cuomo is an arrogant ass. He apparently has the authority to remove DeBlasio if it apparent the mayor is incapable of governing the city. I think Cuomo would do it but only if he could work out a political advantage for himself. Cuomo is all about himself. He will let the city burn before he puts himself out, even though he hates DeBlasio. So, while I want Cuomo to dump DeBlasio, I realistically know it won’t happen.

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      • WSB says:

        Yes, Cuomo can remove a mayor. Notice he has not?

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      • sunnydaze says:

        I know people who live there who won’t even walk down the sidewalks on the blocks near their apt. bldg. They walk down the middle of the street now. Too many scary people on the sidewalks, selling drugs, etc.

        Get off work, hightail it back home and lock the door before nightfall.

        Nice life….NOT.

        Oh yeah, and they voted DeBlasio, natch.

        Republicans have to start registering people to vote in NYC. When I lived there it seemed every where you went there was a booth set up to register – specifically- Dem voters.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Bec74;

      Good post, and I am sure many treepers would enjoy reading it.

      If you read the posting guidelines, it points out that many are reading/replying on cell phones, and asks that you space out your comment.

      Like this. Amazing how much easier it is to read, on one of these stupid ‘smart phone’ little screens, with a little extra spacing.

      Otherwise, its similar to eliminating the spacingbetweenwords,sureyoucanstillreaditbutalotharder.

      Thanks, and please continue to share, just add a little spacing? Thanks

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  18. WSB says:

    What a fabulous place Manhattan was in the 50’s.

    Then, the radicals took over.

    Dust. And dust again.

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  19. Simple Citizen says:

    Friends,

    My old hometown is going through some real rough times; please consider a prayer for everyone there. Thank you.

    Here is a link that I would ask you to consider not watching (I did , it is not horrible, but it is not pretty either and please not kids in the room); however, if you read the headline, you will get the picture.

    If any of you are traveling that way, please be careful. If you need help in planning a few safety measures, please make it known on the blog and I will do my best to share a few ideas (no, I do not pretend to have all or even any of the answers, just a few ideas that I am happy to share).

    As follows:

    https://www.infowars.com/shocking-video-shows-deranged-man-stabbing-multiple-people-on-nyc-subway/

    Best, and may God bless all of you,
    Simple Citizen

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    • wondering999 says:

      Every city has demented people. Most of them are harmless, some of them are dangerous. In a city where people are largely pedestrians in close proximity, the violence demented people are much more dangerous. And we rely on police to come and rein them in when they act out.

      Larry Hogue was a veteran and seriously mentally ill. He lived near the subway station at Broadway and 96th Street for a long time, terrorizing the community. His family couldn’t take him in because he had set the home on fire. He pushed a schoolchild in front of a bus, and attacked random passersby on the sidewalk. There was heated discussion of his “civil liberties” —
      “The System is Crazier than He Is” about Larry Hogue
      https://www.city-journal.org/html/%E2%80%9C-system-crazier-he-is%E2%80%9D-11916.html

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      • wondering999 says:

        From the link: “Second, across the country, we still find a refusal to confront the failure of deinstitutionalization. The mentally ill crowd our sidewalks and shelters, our jails and prisons, our public libraries and subways. And they pose a danger to more than themselves: the untreated mentally ill kill nearly 1,000 people in the United States every year.”

        That was in 1998. Meanwhile the mentally ill have become the employees of Democratic Operative Bob Creamer…and most citizens don’t know that, or claim that Project Veritas and James O’Keefe are “debunked” or something. Meanwhile the truth is in front of us, unobserved, not acted upon

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    • wondering999 says:

      Bless you also, simplecitizen.
      This is the kind of everyday crime that NYers have put up with. There’s a similar story that I relished… the guy who mugged the mother of John Gotti? And the police just laughed and set him loose back on the streets, knowing what would happen to him as retaliation… but if this poor woman has no mobster relatives, she will go unavenged

      https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-manhattan-choke-rob-woman-purse-20200630-5rngeaiknfelxc3uwfyttryrna-story.html

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Wondering 999,

        Thank you for all three posts!

        Yes, I would agree that mental health has gotten worse not better and is the root cause for many instances of violence all over our country. We have a more complex pharmacopeia that seems to have more side effects than positive results (at least in many instances). Further, the sheer depravity of many conduits for entertainment has to have a real impact on an individual’s mental health (especially if they are not careful).

        Again, thanks for all the links and responses; I had forgotten about Gotti’s mother, and I am still processing Larry Hogue.

        Please have a great Monday!

        Best,
        Simple Citizen

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    • Yippeekiyay says:

      Simple Citizen says: “My old hometown is going through some real rough times; please consider a prayer for everyone there. Thank you.”

      Prayers sent, Yippee

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  20. SharkDiver says:

    Sorry, but NYers put this guy in office, and now they get to deal with the consequences.. .

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    • mike says:

      except these “NYorkers” were imported from third world socialist hellholes seeking welfare for life not the land of hard work and opportunity.

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    • And Killer Cuomo closed all the Mental Health Hospitals and many other Hospitals, under Obama, because he was sure ObamaCare would take care of all..
      Killer Cuomo is a clueless, classless moronic criminal and should suffer the consequences but the people who elected the Communists and the Clueless Criminals will pay the price at the end of the day.
      Doesn’t matter who is dead, sick, maimed or infirmed….
      This is right out of Germany WWII.

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      • cofvevern says:

        The mental health hospitals were closed way before Oblabla was in office. It started in the 60’s and was in full force by 1990.

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    • WSB says:

      Not sure. Percentage of voters were really low, so anything could have happened.

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  21. truthbomb says:

    Interesting that Rudy has been much more vocal and prominent in the news after SDNY Geoffrey Berman was fired by Barr. Was Berman holding a sword over Rudy’s neck?

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  22. sunnydaze says:

    AOC, great voice for NYC today:

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  23. TradeBait says:

    Most NYC residents could care less about who runs their city. Less than 25% of active city voters did so when the village idiot was re-elected. So they get what they get. Don’t like it, do something about it and quit expecting somebody else to do for you. Same in the governor’s mansion. NY had 11.3 million active voters in 2018. So how come only 6 million voted? Get the job done if you want it changed.

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  24. Fromseatoshinningsea says:

    From: Rational Choice Deterrence and Israeli Counter-Terrorism

    If punishment is swift, severe, and certain, few people will choose to disobey the law even if the potential illicit gain is substantial; but if punishment is uncertain, slow, or minimal, breaking the law can be seen as worthwhile even if the potential rewards are modest.

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    • Raven says:

      “When the sentence for a crime is not speedily executed, the hearts of men become fully set on doing evil.” Ecclesiastes 8:11.

      Israelis Counter-Terrorism from God’s Word.

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  25. California Joe says:

    The problem with New York City is they have too many minorities. Too many third world immigrants. Too many silk stocking Liberals. As I have pointed out here before it’s insanity to allow anybody on public assistance (welfare) to vote! How can any nation survive when people who do not work and pay taxes are allowed to vote for more taxes paid by the people who do work so that welfare recipients get more benefits and more money? As it stands now less than 50% of Americans pay tax supporting the other 50% who don’t!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      ummmm….one of the greatest things about NYC – if not THE greatest thing about it- was/is the phenomenal amount of people from all over the world, packed into a very small area.

      I love being around people from different cultures. So I loved being in NYC, and the town I grew up in out there in tri-state area.

      But if you’re the type who is turned off by or afraid of the unfamiliar, then yeah, NYC is not for you.

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      • wondering999 says:

        This has been one of the reasons why I had faith in Trump’s ability to be President of the U.S. He has experience dealing with every kind of culture from all over the world, in a HIGHLY corrupted environment. Trump is not naive. I liked Jimmeh Carter as a person, but I don’t think he had what it takes to deal with the rest of the world as a leader

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      • California Joe says:

        Grew up there! Brooklyn. Long Island City. College and work in Manhattan. Yes, cosmopolitan is fine but third world cesspool with slugs on welfare and you get exactly what you’re seeing now…too many minorities on welfare!

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        • sunnydaze says:

          CA Joe:

          The people getting welfare bennies are getting them from the politicians voted into office by every college degree holding white person that I know in NYC.

          In fact, the only people I know in NYC who DON”T vote Dem are immigrants from Mainland China….and one Jew who finally flipped AFTER the last election.

          Still waiting on the braindead “smart” white peeps to wake TF up.

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          • California Joe says:

            The one I’d really like to hear from is Bloomberg! Amazing how quiet he’s been watching the boyz-n-da-hood loot Macy’s at Herald Square! Do you think it made his blood boil after 75 years of a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade giving billions of dollars of free publicity to the City and watching DeBlasio destroy everything that Guiliani and Bloomberg built. What about all the billionaire Jewish landlords watching stores on 5th Avenue going out of business? Watching residents flee to upstate, Long Island, Connecticut and Florida? Where’s Bloomberg???

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            • sunnydaze says:

              Where’s Bloomberg? Don’t know.

              But he better not be packing up and moving to Florida!

              Dude needs to keep his a$$ in NYC.

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      • numbersixdance says:

        Ummmm…NYC is not for me and my opinion is the “phenomenal” amount of people you reference is the problem. They don’t care about American values, selfish, no eye contact, rude, throw trash on the streets and don’t care.
        Visited up there in late January, saw a few shows and ate in nice restaurants. Business won’t return for some time…if I’m Las Vegas, I grab all the Broadway Shows and remake NYC out there.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Here’s an example of some people who didn’t need to have been brought into the country. Thank God NYPD put a stop to this… I’ve heard that there are other similar criminal operatives who prey on Korean women, and young people from many other nationalities who want to get out and see the world, but end up as slaves of sadists

      https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/hungarian-pimps-lured-male-sex-slaves-new-york-charges-article-1.1963494

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  26. 4220ma says:

    I shouldn’t waste my time but out here in Hicktown USA most people could care less about NYC. Fact is if I never hear the words New York City I’m going to live just fine. I have visited NYC one time in my life and I was not impressed. The people that live in NYC voted for the mayor they have. That right there should tell you something about the great inhabitants of NYC. So if NYC burns down tomorrow I will be just peachy king.

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    • Sentient says:

      Democrat cities are Exhibit One in why no one should vote for Democrats.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      NYC voted for the Mayor they have
      NYC voted for the Governor they have
      NYC voted primary for AOC 72%
      😬😬😬
      They deserve what they get!

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    • So true 422oma.

      I could never remember who was mayor and who was governor between Cuomo and De Blasio.

      I still do not know ther difference between the Bronx and Queens.

      They are just names of places that everyone seems to want to move away from.

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Yes, and they are becoming mini caliphates now.

        Best…

        Postscript: THIS JUST HIT ME, WHAT IF DEBLASIO IS JUST AN ELABORATE RUSE TO TRY AND BRING IN SHARIA…just kidding; he is just an idiot. = )

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  27. sunnydaze says:

    BLM freaks totally outnumbered by pro-Trump people in NYC today.

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  28. Sentient says:

    In 2016 some Treepers dug up good data about voter registration by party. I’d love to see recent trends in voter registration – esp in FL and PA.

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    • Lawton says:

      FL has been about even since 18 but better than 16. Only issue is a lot of older Dems dying off had been voting Rep in the national races for years anyway. No bad news in FL however.

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  29. sunnydaze says:

    Looks like the BLM jerks finally left! Yay!

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  30. Ladyspeaker says:

    American Center for Law Justice This is Jay Sekulow firm. He was just on FN saying this service is free…. if you bring a case they will represent people for free!!!!! But people have to call them file a complaint,,,,, pass it on to everyone you talk to…. it’s time to sue deblasio, cuomo and other corrupt officials!!!!

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    • jeans2nd says:

      It was Jay Sekulo’s son Jason Sekulow, but he sure did emphasize all contact is free and they represent everyone clear up to the President of the United States.
      Combine that with free representation, and one cannot lose.

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  31. The American Patriot says:

    Rudy is pissed!

    He can’t wait till Barr throws DeBLAHso out of office!

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  32. Theckman says:

    I think we need to organize two crews one for DC and one for New York City to paint street slogans such as All Lives Matter to offset the local government allowing BLM painted in those cities.
    Many ancestors of Scottish, Irish, etc in the 1700’s were sent to the colonies (now America) as indentured slaves by the British. If reparations are being considered then the relatives of those slaves have every right to them as well!
    What about all the United State citizens that lost loved ones to the concentration camps?
    That history is even more recent and deserves recognition by the US after all those that know history know that the US could have helped the Jews much more quickly.
    Many in the government at that time were quietly supporting Hitler.
    I believe every child that sees the BLM slogan deserves to see at least another slogan stating All Lives Matter.
    After all how do you explain to a child that BLM is more important.
    You can not because if a person really reflects on present, past and ancient history you will find every race, culture, demographic, religion etc was harmed In many instances for just being who they were or just appeared to be!
    Painting BLM is not bringing this country closer but is clearly dividing it and the ones venhemently pushing it know that.
    The only thing stopping the millions that are offended by the BLM slogan being the only one allowed to be painted is that if they even utter All Lives Matter they could be fired or harmed or God forbid CANCELED.
    You know something is truly wrong with a cause when the group and leaders act like middle school children pointing their finger at their latest victim and proceed to ghost them after announcing they were not allowed in their group any longer.
    I am ready to paint a kind welcoming message to all children to offset the polarizing one that the cancel crew has decided is the only one allowed.
    That’s the essence of discrimination and I am up for the fight is anyone else game?
    I understand BLM matters in a legit way to some but, I also expect them to respect my need to proclaim All Lives Matter and guess what many of the lives that do not happen to be black have their own stories to tell of oppression, persecution, etc.
    I have seen nothing but fear, lack of trust and sadness since this began. If that’s been the goal it may be working short term but long term the end result will only benefit the minimal cabal that’s running the show.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Theckman, PUHLEASE reading the “Guidelines for posting comments” located on the home page.

      When you do, you will see that it explains that many treepers are reading these comments on a cell phone, and it is much easier if the writer includes spaces,..

      Like this. I have no doubt your post is interesting, and worthwhile to read.
      Unfortunately my eyes began to cross, after about the first five lines.

      Thanks!

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  33. Robert Smith says:

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  34. Zy says:

    Hong Kong and New York are both in dire straits due to communism. One city features the CCP and the other one features the Black Lying Marxists.

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  35. jeans2nd says:

    Mayor Rudy started his own podcast a while ago, which is excellent btw and should never be missed, and then John Catsimatidis convinced Mayor Rudy to host his own radio talk show Monday through Friday on WABC (Catsimatidis owns Apple Media which owns WABC.

    Mayor Rudy has used these two venues to once again find his voice, and it shows.
    Earlier on, before the podcasts and radio shows, Mayor Rudy was rambling, talked too long and lost his point in his own weeds.
    No longer. Mayor Rudy is succinct, quickly makes his point, and takes all comers.

    We are blessed to have all these great “Old Guys,” who, no matter their age nor the problems faced, have never given up the fight nor the mission.
    Role models we all should emulate, no matter our age nor circumstances.

    Catch Rudy’s podcast, on youtube, iTunes, and other podcast platforms. Mayor Rudy’s radio show can be heard online at WABC, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. iirc, and podcasts of the radio show are also available on WABC’s website. You will not regret listening.

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  36. What took the BU so long to get on the scene? This is the end product of the bucket of water brigade. I left The Bronx in 81′ for employment else where after 35+ years – still have family there that and fear for their safety. Is there anything these Democrat Mayors do right? Sad,very sad!

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  37. KevinK says:

    Broken windows is back with a vengeance and they deserve every one of them. Some people still think that “Escape from New York” is a movie.

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  38. jean0404 says:

    Psalm 7: 14-17

    14 The wicked conceive evil;
    they are pregnant with trouble
    and give birth to lies.

    15 They dig a deep pit to trap others,
    then fall into it themselves.

    16 The trouble they make for others backfires on them.
    The violence they plan falls on their own heads.

    17 I will thank the LORD because he is just;
    I will sing praise to the name of the LORD Most High.

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  39. TwoLaine says:

    I love it when they all talk about community policing, like it is something new and fresh. Good luck with that. How many actually have ever been involved in community policing? If you tho’t it was such a good idea you woulda’ done it by now. Get your butt off the couch and JUST DO IT!

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Actually, it is great entertainment to game out what they would do in various situations.

      So, you get called to the home of Nicole Brown Simspon where she claims her husband has been beating her. What will you do first? Check your closet to see what you will look best in? Make sure your phone is fully charged so you can take lots of selfies?

      Most of these idiots have probably never even been on a ride-along.

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  40. czarowniczy says:

    When you step back and look at what’s going on in the nation’s largest and Rat-led cities there’s more than meets the eye. These mayors are cutting back law enforcement at the local level, which takes the pressure off of drug activities at all levels. In Washington the Congressional Rats are trying to severely limit the use of no-knock warrants which will further hamper drug cases…all of this oriented towards major cities where the various cartels and other foreign drug distribution networks have set up Big Box operations. America, the once and future narcocracy.

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