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 Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently designated New York City, Portland, and Seattle as jurisdictions that "have permitted violence and destruction of property to persist and have refused to undertake reasonable measures."
New York City's public schools, which were delayed from their original opening a few times, will be delayed again. The new push back will see a phased in approach to in-person learning.
New York City Police arrested the 20-year-old daughter of a wealthy Upper East Side family for causing property damage in a riot organized by an Antifa-affiliated and a black supremacist group in the city on Friday. The damage totaled over $100,000.
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.
In these cities, negligence by city officials combined with decimated police budgets and lockdown measures has led to lawlessness and riots.
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.
Some of the music industry's biggest names are set to appear in New York City for the Video Music Awards despite Gov. Cuomo saying that New York restaurants could not hold live music events.
After plans for the annual memorial in light for 9/11 was scuttled by the 9/11 Museum and Memorial, the Sergeants Benevolent Association stepped up for the people of New York City.
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.