So not only can’t he protect New Yorkers from gun violence but he can’t even protect himself:
Gun violence in NY is a worsening epidemic. And it’s got worse, not better, under the big-talking Mayor since he took office 100 days ago.
And racist violence is getting worse:
“Brooklyn teens jump Hasidic man as police report hate crimes against Jews skyrocket across NYC”:
And the violence in Subways, in particular, are frightening:
Hate based violence spares no one:
The New York Police Department Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating an incident in which an unidentified individual was captured on video shouting anti-gay slurs and attacking a 22-year-old on the subway, the NYPD announced this week.
The victim was riding the A-train near 190th street in Manhattan on the afternoon of Saturday, March 19, when an individual approached and began threatening and spitting on the victim, the police said.
Police released video asking the public to help identify the whereabouts of the unidentified individual sought in connection with the assault.CNN
And then there is the group of teens violence:
Activism is the only way:
Mayor Eric Adams’ decision to dine with disgraced former governor Andrew Cuomo — for a second time — as Gov. Kathy Hochul attempts to get him bail-reform changes in Albany was an “alarming” and “disrespectful” slap in the face to her, critics told The Post Wednesday.
Adams on Tuesday night dined with the scandal-scarred ex-gov as negotiations on New York’s overdue budget came down to the wire, Page Six exclusively reported. The Midtown tête-à-tête, held at French restaurant Le Pavillon, came after the pair of Democrats in February dined for about two hours at Osteria La Baia and amid buzz that Cuomo will jump into the race for governor against Hochul.
“Getting political advice from Andrew Cuomo is like getting fire-prevention tips from an arsonist,” quipped Assemblyman Ron Kim (D-Queens).