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The Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) attacked New York City mayor Bill de Blasio on Twitter Thursday that the 2020 is a candidate for “full of sh–” after he tweeted his condolences about the death of an officer on Long Island, and calls him for the comments during Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate.
An off-duty Bronx police officer committed suicide in his home Thursday, the fourth this month. De Blasio had this to say via Twitter following the news: “We are deeply saddened by the news of the NYPD this morning. An officer took his own life-one of four in the last few weeks. The work for the protection of this city demands so much of the officers that serve. Our city is here for you.”
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The SBA responded to the tweet with his own: “you are full of sch * * ße! She beat every cop in the country last night in the DNC debate. They use police officers for their own profit. The truth is, you could care less about cops, so save the sympathy-card for the clowns who believe that their cr–.”
During Wednesday night’s democratic debate, the meadow against nine other presidential contenders, de Blasio, on the unfair and disproportionate use of force against minorities by police officers.
“I have very, very serious conversations with my son, Dante, about how to protect himself in the streets of our city … including the fact that he has to take special care, because it’s been too many tragedies between young men and our police,” de Blasio said during the debate.
The President of the police Benevolent Association (PBA), Patrick Lynch, published remarks, issued a statement condemning the mayor.
“Mayor de Blasio has seemingly learned nothing in the last six years, about the extremely harmful effects of anti-police rhetoric on both police officers and the communities we serve,” Lynch said.”The hostile and dangerous environment in which we are now on the road is a direct result of the demonization of police officers, de Blasio and other elected officials.”
Lynch added, “the Roll-out, the rhetoric again on the national stage, it is clear, he wants to the Land the same way.”
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De Blasio has drawn the IRE of law enforcement during his tenure, with a view to the accusation that he was back no officers’.
In the year 2017, hundreds of officers turned their backs on the mayor, he gave a Eulogy to a slain officer’s funeral.
Donald Trump Jr seized on de Blasio’s lack of popularity in his state, as he tweeted during the debate, “Deblasio with everything he has done in New York as a model for the country is not a winning plan … just ask anyone in NYC.”