Bill de Blasio's incompetence is bringing NYC back to its darkest days
Broken windows have returned to New York City – and not just because of the rioters de Blasio has enabled.
The early hours of Monday morning saw five people shot at a the West Indian J'Ouvert day in Brooklyn. The celebration had been banned by Mayor Bill de Blasio over COVID-19 concerns.
New York Governor threatened President Donald Trump's safety if he decided to return to New York City after the New York Post reported that Trump is considering pulling federal funds from a number of lawless cities across the country, including the The Big Apple.
New York City was set to open public schools on Sept. 10, but in a phone call received by the parents of 1.1 million students today, that date has been delayed to Sept. 21 due to concerns from teachers.
Cuomo warned that restaurants may have to shutter their doors again to stifle the spread of the coronavirus.
De Blasio can paint murals. Activists can gather by the tens of thousands. But New Yorkers who wish to commemorate the most tragic day in city history will have to do it the way they've done everything else so far this year, alone.
Mayor De Blasio’s New York City placed at least six homeless pedophiles, all of whom were parole for child sex crimes, at a luxury Upper West Side hotel located just one block away from an elementary school playground.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that quarantine checkpoints would be installed at entrances to the city. Cuomo shut down ten more restaurants.