nearvideo Giuliani torches New York City mayor Bill de Blasio after videos show police officers get drenched with water.
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Rudy Giuliani pointed the finger directly on New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, after videos emerged Monday of the people to attack officers in the NYPD, by dousing with water, and said, “this would never happen in a million years when I was mayor of New York City.”
Footage shows separate cases of people in Harlem to inject with a bucket and throw water on the uniformed officers, the police quietly removed to the foot. De Blasio condemned the actions as “Totally unacceptable” and said, “We are not this type of disrespect can be tolerated.” However, the former mayor Giuliani believes that 2020 is a presidential candidate part of the problem.
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“This is what happens with knee-jerk disrespect for the police. It will only get worse, until the Left wing defeated are idiots,” Giuliani tweeted Tuesday morning, says the current “lack of respect for the uniform” is the “result of a democratic-Progressive (Regressive)-Socialist mayor.”
The former mayor had even said stronger words Monday night on “The Ingraham angle,” de Blasio was “absolutely the quality of life destroy this city.”
Giuliani, the mayor in the past, criticized the increase in homelessness in New York City under the de Blasio administration. Giuliani was known for, the reduction in the number of people on the streets.
“He is a disgrace, and even Democrats do not support him and are embarrassed by him,” Giuliani added, perhaps a reference to de Blasio, the low poll numbers as he campaigns for the democratic presidential nomination.
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New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick J. Lynch also out of the city guide after the videos went viral.
“Our anti-cop-legislator of your desire not get to have: the New York police Department is now frozen. It is not the fault of those police officers. It is the result of the flood of bad policies and anti-police rhetoric has been streaming from the city hall and Albany for years,” Lynch said in a statement, adding: “fault controls the streets, and our elected leaders refuse to allow us to take them back.”
In one of the videos someone is seen in a bucket throw, an officer, hitting him in the head as he appeared to be in the middle of an arrest.
Giuliani warned that the crime would not decrease, as long as officers are in this environment.
“The way you reduce crime, have police officers with a high morale,” he said. “The uniform should be respected.”