Caricature images of “average Trump supporters” appeared on garbage cans in the Big Apple this week; with the hateful artwork referring to GOP voters as “trash” in the nations’ largest city.
According to Fox News Insider, “Images of Trump supporters and Boston sports fans have turned up on garbage can and train station posters in New York City under the slogan ‘Keep NYC Trash Free.’ The artwork […] began showing up on trash cans where a public service announcement would normally be.”
One hateful image depicts a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat with a Confederate flag tattoo drinking a beverage from Chick-fil-A.
Another image features a woman wearing the President’s signature red cap while holding a ‘Holy Bible.’
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#keepnyctrashfree this guy just blocked me! ??????@winstontseng???the person responsible for putting up these ads! Repost from @bakedalaska – These are real ads running in New York City calling for the removal of “trash” which includes white people, trump supporters, and Christians. This is an all out assault on western society. Rise up gamers. #MAGA –
The hateful images come just hours before the NYPD removed a second “suspicious package” from CNN’s New York headquarters.
Read the full report at Fox Business.
'MAGA' FREE NYC: Manhattan Judge Allows Bars to BAN Trump Supporters
A Manhattan judge ruled this week that bar and restaurant owners could ban patrons from wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ caps and other Trump-supporting apparel; suggesting there’s little protection from “political discrimination” in the nation’s largest city.
According to the New York Post, the judge struck down a tourist’s lawsuit against a West Village bar after he was ejected for wearing the iconic ‘MAGA’ hat; adding freedom of religion does not protect one’s freedoms regarding political statements.
“He was paying spiritual tribute to the victims of 9/11. The Make American Great Again hat was part of his spiritual belief,” said the man’s lawyer. “Rather than remove his hat, instead he held true to his spiritual belief and was forced from the bar.”
“Plaintiff does not state any faith-based principle to which the hat relates,” fired-back the judge.
“Here the claim that plaintiff was not served and eventually escorted out of the bar because of his perceived support for President Trump is not outrageous conduct,” the ruling states.
Read the full story at the New York Post.
GANGLAND: Here are the ‘GUN FREE’ Firearm Laws Keeping Chicago ‘SAFE’
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the city’s top law enforcement officials continued to struggle this week to clampdown on the escalating gun crisis sweeping the region; huddling to forge new ways to stem the spiraling violence.
According to the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, Chicago has the eighth strictest firearm ownership laws across the entire United States, yet the Windy City still saw a weekend where at least 12 were murdered and over 70 injured in a series of shootings.
Here are the gun restrictions currently in place in Chicago, Illinois:
Licensing: In order to own a firearm, all residents must obtain a Firearm Owners Identification Card at a cost of $10. To obtain the card one must be a US citizen with a valid driver’s license. Residents with a history of mental abuse, domestic battery charges, and other offenses cannot obtain the FOID.
Minimum Age: Residents must be 21-years-old. 18-year-olds can obtain a FOID with their guardian’s written permission.
Concealed Carry: Residents who have never been treated for substance abuse can apply for a concealed carry permit after taking at least 16 hours of firearm training and paying a $150 fee.
Waiting Period: The waiting period for rifles and shotguns is 24 hours and 72 hours for pistols or handguns.
Open Carry: Open carry is prohibited throughout Chicago.
Weapons Ban: The City of Chicago has banned at least 150 different types of firearms including: Semi-automatic handguns, detachable magazines, and other restrictions.
Gun Stores: Gun stores are strictly regulated throughout the city and residents can purchase one firearm every month.
h/t Fox News