Monday, February 21, 2022

As NYC Crime Rises 38%, Mayor Adams Focuses on Veganism; Ticketing Loud Cars; New York Man Arrested 16 Times in a Single Day Behind Bars Again After Savaging Young Model, and related stories

As NYC Crime Rises 38%, Mayor Adams Focuses on Veganism:
Back when everyone was thrilled that someone non-crazy appeared to be on track to over New York City, I warned that Adams was a nutjob, albeit not the rigidly ideological one that De Blasio was.
Eric Adams is running for mayor on a platform of giving everyone in the city healthy food by growing it in the city. Adams, who is polling behind Yang in the city’s upcoming mayoral election, plans to have rooftop farms over schools and hydroponic farms in buildings.

“New York City is a center of innovation and commercialization of new agricultural technologies,” Adams’ report claims. “As its new technologies develop fast, it is crucial that this economy maintain a similarly furious commitment to social justice.”

“They’re going to be skillful in it,” Adams babbles, as he optimistically invokes New York’s children getting jobs as urban farmers in an industry which pays unskilled Mexican laborers 40 cents for picking a 40 pound bucket of produce. “And these are the jobs of the future, because 40 percent of the jobs we’re training our children for now won’t be available because of computer learning and artificial intelligence. But we’re always going to eat.”
Yes, Adams running on a platform of actually having the police do their jobs was encouraging, but the NYPD has limited scope because of pro-crime DAs like Alvin Bragg in Manhattan. And the rest of the city leadership, particularly at the City Council level, has been locked by the Left. --->READ MORE HERE
New York Man Arrested 16 Times in a Single Day Behind Bars Again After Savaging Young Model:
Almost two months after an aspiring model was attacked at a New York City subway stop, a familiar face to the NYPD has been charged with the crime.
Kevin Douglas, 40, was charged with second-degree robbery, third-degree robbery, and second-degree assault, according to the New York Post.
Thursday’s arrest was nothing new, the Post reported, citing NYPD sources.
Over the past 25 years, Douglas has had 44 previous arrests on charges that include drugs, assault, criminal possession of a weapon, robbery and criminal tampering.
That rap sheet includes 16 arrests on May 13, 2019.
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