Saturday, November 5, 2022

SH**HOLE NEWS: Hochul Says New Yorkers SAFER Under Democrat Rule, Pitches GOP Conspiracy; The Eighth Subway Murder This Year Shows NYC’s Public Safety in Deep Decline; NYC Crime Wave: Man Charges, Pushes Stranger onto Subway Tracks, and related stories

WATCH: Hochul says New Yorkers safer under Democrat rule, pitches GOP conspiracy:
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) appeared to push a conspiracy theory Sunday that Republicans are lying about crime and Americans are actually safer in blue states.
"[Republicans] are master manipulators," Hochul told the Rev. Al Sharpton on his MSNBC show.
"They have this conspiracy going all across America trying to convince people that in Democratic states that they're not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers, they're data deniers."
Pro-gun Republicans are hoodwinking voters, she argued.
"The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% in New York City, down 20% on Long Island, where Lee Zeldin comes from," according to the governor.
"The safer places are the Democratic states," Hochul said.
Recently released crime statistics appear to disagree with Hochul's claim that New Yorkers are safer under Democrat control. --->READ MORE HERE
Seth Gottfried
The eighth subway murder this year shows NYC’s public safety in deep decline:
On Friday, 15-year-old Jayjon Burnett, shot at point-blank range in the chest on the A train in Queens as he rode home from school, became the city’s third subway-murder victim in just two weeks and the eighth such victim this year. This preventable — and growing — death toll is not only horrific for the victims; it is horrific for the city’s health.
The three recent killings are an acceleration of the post-COVID trend. Since March 2020, 22 New Yorkers have been violently murdered on the subway (and a recent fatal knifing on a Bronx bus makes 23 on transit overall).
Through 2019, by contrast, it took nearly 13 years to accumulate 22 subway murders.
When a union pipefitter, a Citi Field maintenance worker and a high-school student can all be killed in just 14 days, on three different train lines in three different boroughs — Brooklyn, The Bronx and Queens respectively — something has gone horribly wrong.
The progressive line is to deny the extent of the subway-murder crisis. City Councilwoman Tiffany Caban’s mid-September comment that “subway violence is a once-in-a-million event” hasn’t aged well; we’ve gone from once in a million to three in two weeks. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to relevant/related stories:

+++++NYC Crime Wave: Man Charges, Pushes Stranger onto Subway Tracks+++++

Killings in NYC subway system skyrocket to highest level in 25 years — even as ridership plummeted

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Three people stabbed to death in NYC transit system in 10 days

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