An irate New Yorker publicly shamed Mayor Bill de Blasio at a Brooklyn park this week; calling the Democrat “terribly selfish” for forcing staffers to “chauffeur” him from Manhattan to an outer-borough pedestrian path.
“Seriously, you guys have a park. You live in the middle of a park. You don’t need to non-essentially travel to Brooklyn,” Twitter user Darren Goldner says
“C’mon guys give it a break,” said the Mayor.
“I’m not going to give it a break. This is selfish behavior,” said Goldner. “This is so terribly selfish. You call yourself a progressive, but you chauffeur yourself to Brooklyn. You force people to drive you.”
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NYC CHAOS: NYPD Busts Giant Brooklyn Underground Party, Video Shoot During Coronavirus Lockdown
Members of the NYPD broke-up a giant, underground bash hidden beneath a Brooklyn barber shop over the weekend; arresting some party-goers after attending what they described as a “music video shoot.”
“Despite weeks of constant warnings, police say roughly 60 people turned a barber shop in Canarsie, Brooklyn into a nightclub. Some called it a video shoot, but authorities called it a direct violation of the ban on social gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic,” reports Fox New York.
“Police arrived and broke up the party, issuing 60 summonses and a 30-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman were arrested on multiple gun possession and other charges,” adds the website.
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NYC CHAOS: Suspects Arrested with $7 MILLION in Fentanyl, Heroin RELEASED Under NY’s New Bail Law
Six suspected drug traffickers charged with possession of $7 million worth of the deadly drug fentanyl were arrested in the Bronx this week then subsequently released under New York’s new bail guidelines.
“The suspects — Livo Valdez, Jaslin Baldera, Frederick Baldera, Frandi Ledema, Diego Tejada and Parfraimy Antonio — were arrested Monday when officers with the New York Drug Enforcement Task Force raided an apartment on Sedgwick Avenue in Kingsbridge that was allegedly used as a heroin and fentanyl packaging mill,” reports the New York Post.
“The drugs, which have a street value of about $7 million, were believed to be headed onto the streets of New York and New England, the prosecutor’s office said. Lab results on the drugs were pending Wednesday morning,” adds the Post. “Despite the volume of the drugs seized, all six suspects were cut loose at their arraignments in Manhattan Criminal Court on Wednesday morning.”
“None of the defendants are eligible for bail,” said Assistant District Attorney Michael Di Paolo.
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Source: New York Post