Governor of New York Kathy Hochul says New Yorkers have had enough of the violent headlines. Hochul held a brief press conference to issue a statement on Tuesday morning’s shooting on a Brooklyn subway platform.
“The people of the entire state of New York stand with the people of this city and this community, and we say ‘No more,'” Hochul said. “No more mass shootings; no more disrupting lives; no more creating heartbreak for people just trying to live their lives as normal New Yorkers.”
Hochul says she’s is devoting “the entire resources in our state” to fight the spike in violent crime.
“It has to end and it ends now. We are sick nd tired of reading headlines about crime, whether they’re mass shootings, or the loss of a teenage girl, or a 13-year-old. It has to stop,” Hochul continued.
Watch the clip above.