This man just called "putting homeless in the community....'harassment'" pic.twitter.com/jiSKiTTNR6— (((Aja))) (@AjaWorthyDavis) October 15, 2016
Delvis Valdes called Aja Worthy-Davis out for not using his name in her tweet.
Mayoral spokeswoman Aja Worthy-Davis:
Robert Holden reveals that the city tried to deny a sound permit for the event until renowned civil rights attorney Norman Siegel intervened.
Curtis Sliwa put in his two cents.
Phil Wong from Elmhurst United charged that the homeless crisis is intentional.
Michael D.D. White, a well-respected urban planner, who authors Noticing New York and is leading Citizens Defending Libraries, had a lot to say about "following the money".
Ramon Acevedo, member of Brooklyn CB7, called for an investigation into the administration and those profiteering off the homeless.
Mr. Valdes led the chants of "Crowley's gotta go" and "Menchaca's gotta go".
After the protest in Sunset Park was over, the group moved to Windsor Terrace to pay a second visit to DHS Commissioner Steve Banks.
By the way, Aja makes a pretty penny harassing protesters on Twitter.