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Protesters Set NYPD Cars Ablaze in Union Square

Protesters climbed atop NYPD squad vehicles, crushed emergency lights, and set some of the vehicles on fire in Union Square on Saturday. A video and photo posted by News 12 anchor Jessica Cunnington showed the destruction: Another NYPD vehicle taken down in Union Square pic.twitter.com/fWrHkFEQDE — Jessica Cunnington (@JessicaNews12) May 31, 2020 I can see…

Over 100 Released Rikers Inmates Already Arrested Again For New Crimes: Report

Over 100 inmates who were released from Rikers Island due to coronavirus concerns have been arrested again.  Police sources claim that released inmates have been responsible for 190 arrests since the pandemic hit. Of the 1500 inmates released in March, 7% have reoffended, according to a New York Post report. Democratic New York Gov. Andrew…

As Coronavirus Grips States, Some Elected Officials Encourage Americans To Report Each Other

Mayors and governors in some states most affected by the coronavirus have set up systems to allow Americans to discreetly report one another for breaking social distancing rules. The new policies are coming down across the country in both red and blue states. Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio set up a hotline…

Bill de Blasio: NYC Preparing to Furlough, Lay Off Essential Workers

Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that he would have to begin to furlough or lay off essential New York City employees if the city does not receive federal stimulus funds to fill budget deficits caused by the coronavirus. “Right now what I’m staring down the barrel of, and cities and…

‘Selfish’ Bill de Blasio, Wife Heckled for Taking Walk in Prospect Park

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with his wife Chirlane McCray, traveled to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park over the weekend, where they took a stroll and were heckled by locals in the area. While de Blasio and his wife wore protective face coverings, one local who filmed the couple walking through the park on Saturday…

Defiant New York City Shop Owner Who Decided To Open Up Tells Tucker What...

April 27, 2020 10:04 PM ET A New York City tailor appeared on Monday night’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to explain why he decided to open his shop to customers in defiance of his city’s order to stay closed. Eliot Rabin, the 78-year-old owner of men’s apparel store Peter Eliot Blue, made news Sunday with his…

Murder, Burglary Soars in New York City During Coronavirus Lockdown

While New York City remains under lockdown orders from Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, major violent crime continues to soar. Cuomo implemented stay-at-home orders on March 20 that effectively force the closure of most businesses, except those deemed “essential,” to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Even with the lockdown,…

Storm Amidst The Storm: Hurricane Experts Predict Up To Four Major Storms Amid Covid-19...

(PALM BEACH, FL, DISTRICT 21) Many veteran Floridians have not been shocked by the panic buying, state of emergency, and business disruption the coronavirus pandemic has brought because we deal with it every year during hurricane season. But this year experts say the sunshine state, along with much of the gulf and Eastern coastal states…

Coronavirus Jailbreak: NYC Frees 375 Inmates While Car Theft Skyrockets

William Farrington-Pool/Getty Images New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is bragging about the number of inmates he is releasing from prison in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis while car theft skyrockets in the city. While New York now has nearly 40,000 coronavirus cases and nearly 400 deaths, de Blasio bragged about…

Along With Shortages Of Toilet Paper And Hand Sanitizer, NYC Is Running Out Of...

March 25, 2020 8:17 PM ET First it was toilet paper, hand sanitizer and now it’s dogs and cats that New York City is experiencing a shortage of due to the coronavirus outbreak. It appears, as people are being forced to shelter in place they are looking for comfort and in the New York City…
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