NYC Mayor Eric Adams confronted on plane by far-left anti-Israel protester

"The same weekend that hundreds of NYC college students and faculty members were arrested for protesting the Palestinian genocide."

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
New York City Mayor Eric Adams was returning from a trip to Miami on Monday when he found himself harassed by a disgruntled New Yorker who was angry about the state of the city, Adams' budget cuts, and of course, the war in Israel. 

The Democrat mayor was seated in his chair in an exit row looking at his phone when the woman approached him and started yelling. She yelled, "f*ck you!" In her post of the video of her confrontation, the woman wrote "The same weekend that hundreds of NYC college students and faculty members were arrested for protesting the Palestinian genocide."

Gaza Camps have been set up by students at Columbia University uptown and by NYU students downtown. The one at Columbia was still raging on by Tuesday and the school shuttered classes, switching to hybrid and virtual models. The NYC campout was shut down by NYPD on Monday night.

Adams has been under fire as the population of illegal immigrants has surged in the city so nice they named it twice, to the tune of an extra 10,000 people per month.

"I would never trust Eric Adams in an exit row," Brick Suit said.

The crushing weight of Biden's border crisis on New York has been felt across the city, from districts in Queens that have seen a rise in prostitution and the drug trade to high school students who were prevented from playing a scheduled soccer match because illegal immigrants had taken over the field and refused to leave.

In response to the crisis, for which the federal government has declined to provide additional funds and support, Adams and city council have slashed budgets across the board, for cops and for education.

New Yorkers, who live and die on quality of life issues, have had trouble coping with the impact the illegal immigration on the city. Some of those illegal immigrants took their own grievances to City Hall to demand better food and hotel accommodations.
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